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Whistleblowergov.org

Being a whistleblower is often not appreciated at the time the whistle is blown. more

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Reese Erlich

We’ll see if anything significant about Syria comes out of the Putin-Trump summit. But don’t hold your breath. more

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The underlying cause of the violence they are escaping is a trail of blood and culpability that can be traced right back to the United States. more

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Jeff Abbott

The U.S. government for decades intervened in Guatemala to throttle indigenous efforts toward land reform—including training the country’s military in making people “disappear.” People there continue to reckon with the loss. more

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The existence of the United Nations' 2017 Ban Treaty still remains unknown to many Americans. more

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Ilgar Jafarov

All that camaraderie, all that global shared experience, and no United States. Given the state of geopolitics, it’s disturbingly symbolic. more

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The unlikely collaborators dream of unity between two nations with a tumultuous history––and reveal startling secrets from the deep state. more

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Nothing about Trump’s ‘zero tolerance’ approach is addressing the root cause of migration. more

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He sits down with The Progressive: “Any trade war, no matter how small, can easily escalate, with grave consequences.” more

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Mark Fahey

Democratic and Republican hawks in Washington are already trying to make sure there’s no meaningful peace accord. And history is on their side. After all, that’s what happened with every previous peace effort. more

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U.S. Air Force Photo/Staff Sergeant Laura K. Smith

On Memorial Day, we shouldn’t just honor our fallen brethren with a moment of silence—we should question why they died. And no one is better positioned to lead this effort than veterans themselves. more

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Gage Skidmore/Geralt/Mrill Ingram

The National Security Advisor made sure talks with North Korea fell apart before they even happened. more

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Freedom House

Since the early days of the Syrian uprising, the left and progressives around the world have sharply debated how to respond. more

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Cuba is changing. How about the U.S.? more

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Drilling Roughnecks

There are several ways that a new NAFTA could be climate friendly. more

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Syria is the most documented conflict in history. So what do we know? more

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USAF / Sgt. Anthony Nelson Jr.

Recent attacks on Syria were a swing and a miss for Donald Trump... more

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Bwag

President Donald Trump has managed to piss off just about everyone in that nation. more

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Green Cross Switzerland

The history of U.S. involvement reveals our complicity in the horror Assad inflicts on his people. more

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The former Guatemalan dictator leaves behind a legacy as “a genocidaire against indigenous people.” more

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