Al Jazeera English returns to Kent State University 40 years later and asks: How could an event in rural Ohio help end a war on the other side of the world? Was justice ever served? How did the shootings affect anti-war movements in the U.S. and around the world?
The bylaws and directives of this war allow our Army helicopter gunners to shoot at unarmed Reuters photographers, and military convoys to fire on busloads of civilians in Afghanistan, and U.S. Special Forces to murder pregnant women and teenage girls in Iraq.
The White House and the Pentagon should heed lessons learned in the past.
A tribute to the great philanthropist Stewart Mott.
Members of a prominent slave-trading family confront the wounds of the past and present.
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Five years after the U.S. invasion of Iraq, observes columnist Zia Mian, the costs of war stagger the imagination.
27 years after the first Winter Soldier, IVAW documents the illegality of the Iraq War, its strategy, and implementation.
The Bush administration is looking for signs of hope in Iraq. But it’s coming up against the reality of resistance.
Peace activists helped swing the elections in November. Most Americans want out of Iraq. So why hasn’t the peace movement won already?
President Bush wants to up the ante in Iraq and possibly in Iran as well. Guess who the secret admirers of this plan are…
Without political reform, Laos will continue to be mired in debt and poverty, argues Ronald Bruce St John.
FPIF columnist Conn Hallinan describes how Iraq, Afghanistan, and Vietnam form a historical axis of political madness and military blunders.
After January 3, the Democrats will have to do something about Iraq. Early signs are not positive, unless the anti-war movement kicks it up a notch.