Ending the war will take more than bringing home the troops, but it’s a start.
CounterSpin interview with Phyllis Bennis on ending the Afghan War.
President Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal nearly two years ago started the US down this path with Iran.
His claims about wanting to “end endless US wars” are lies—but they’re effective, because the massive anti-war movement that we need is missing in action.
A range of U.S. policies have been deliberately designed to provoke an Iranian response.
The only upside to Bolton’s dangerous aggression toward Iran is that it may put him too far out in front of Trump.
New reports show an escalation in civilian casualties from U.S. operations in Syria, Afghanistan and Somalia — and a pattern of U.S. denial about the scale of the problem.
The United States is spending $750 billion on its war machine. That money should be going to food, education, health care, and shelter for working people.
Rumors swirl of a ceasefire in Afghanistan, but key sectors of Afghan society are excluded from the talks.
Wars in Syria, Afghanistan, and North Korea have been costly and achieved little. It makes sense to cut losses and get out.
Those of us who oppose the war in Yemen must dig in for a serious fight.
How the United States is helping Oman militarize its border with Yemen.
Division in the ranks of the conservative movement is a critical sign that a war with Iran isn’t inevitable.
Techies who’ve come of age in a country perpetually at war are saying they don’t want their talents used to kill people.
Trump’s new advisor has a long history of embracing war with a disdain for diplomacy.