A two-war strategy is like a two-car garage — you’ll own two cars sooner or later.
Uncle Sam thinks he’s starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Today, the business of America is war.
The nuclear intelligence that the media is fixated on consists mostly of allegations of abstract research that have been floating around for years.
APEC’s leaders are pushing more of the same in the Pacific — but civil society is pushing back.
Migration and its root causes have been an integral part of the post-war reconciliation process in Nicaragua. The Peace Promoters have found that most Nicaraguans, no matter their political leaning or past military involvement – Contra or Sandinista – are facing many of the same issues. Working closely with families as a conflict mediator, a lawyer, and a disability rights activist, Uriel has increasingly come across a single issue: migration. He will talk about migration and the large systematic dynamics behind it, especially in terms of Nicaragua’s often-contentious relationship with the United States.
The aim of the event is to foster a discussion on the potential for significant change in North Korea, South Korea, and North-South relations over the course of the upcoming year. The event will feature three keynote speakers including Wookshik Cheong who is the director of Peace Network in Seoul, up and coming South Korean activist Youn-Ae Park who has worked to halt the construction of the naval base on Jeju Island, and FPIF’s very own John Feffer who has worked extensively on issues pertaining to the Korean Peninsula.
The U.S. still has more than 100 military bases and installations across Japan, exacting a heavy toll on both the Japanese and U.S. people and increasing the dangers of war. In Korea, activists have engaged in hunger strikes and been jailed for opposing construction of the new Jeju naval base.
Media caution and skepticism are in short supply.
For now at least, the United States of America rules the Earth militarily.
Humanitarian intervention in Libya and elsewhere has led to an intensification of human rights violations, the erosion of the UN’s authority, and the expansion of the reach of great powers.
Jim Webb would make a great Secretary of Defense.
What’s a war crime and what’s not depends on who wins, who controls the International Criminal Court, and who controls the press.
Nowadays decisions on war can quickly become back page stuff.
We may have Killed the 9-11 mastermind, but the Global War on Terror is still quite alive.