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Reese Erlich

Whenever officials in Washington, D.C. set out to overthrow a foreign government, mainstream U.S. media outlets are there to give a helping hand. Read more

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Berardo62

U.S. interests promise oil will bring riches to the people of Guyana. But export commodities have rarely benefited the country’s majority. Read more

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Maya Evans

Impoverished people living in numerous countries today would stand a far better chance of survival if weapon manufacturers such as Lockheed Martin, Boeing, General Dynamics, and Raytheon, stopped manufacturing and selling death-dealing products. Read more

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Umar Jamshaid

Kashmir—a long-contested region between India and Pakistan—is a spectacularly beautiful former tourist destination. But to live near the border these days means hunkering down in bomb shelters. Read more

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U.S. Department of State

The island nation is institutionalizing some of the most profound reforms since the beginning of its revolution—but the Trump Administration is putting those efforts at risk. Read more

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U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Harry Brexel

Either we learn to pull in our militaristic horns and try to live in peace or watch a growing national debt crush our chances for economic progress. Read more

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Fahd Sadi

“It would affect their ability to fight immediately.” Read more

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Leo Ramirez

U.S. interference in Venezuela threatens to turn a crisis into a catastrophe. We can’t let the violence that plagues the Middle East be transferred to Latin America. Read more

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We lose close to $70 billion annually in corporate tax revenue due to tax havens, an amount equal to nearly 20 percent of the total corporate tax revenue collected each year. Read more

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Claudia Gabriela Marques Vieira

The new bill endorses state government efforts to punish socially conscious businesses that choose to boycott illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied territories. Read more

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An adventure that wrecked a country. Read more

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People's Peace Movement

“The war was started by men, the war will be ended by men . . . but it’s the women and children who suffer the most and they have a right to define peace.” Read more

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Brian Daniel Quiroz Murillo

The U.S. Treasury has given opposition leader Juan Guaido control over U.S. bank accounts of the Venezuelan government and Venezuelan Central Bank. Is military action involving U.S. troops imminent? Read more

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Japanexperterna

So far, U.S. government attempts to kickstart a Twitter revolution have failed. Read more

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Felton Davis

The horror of the Yemen War is changing minds at last. Read more

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AFGE

The ascendant progressive wing of the Democratic party has plenty of ideas gaining momentum at home—but what about issues abroad? Read more

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Thomas Altfather Good

It’s nothing short of a betrayal that the Democratic leadership would turn this important committee over to someone so far to the right. Read more

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Reese Erlich

Khashoggi’s death is finally focusing world attention on Saudi atrocities in Yemen, and U.S. midterm elections could reverse Trump’s policies that support the war. Read more

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Reese Erlich

Once again, U.S. leaders label violence carried out by enemies as terrorism, but the same violence carried out by allies is ignored or downplayed. Read more

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His murder set in motion the People’s Power Revolution of 1986. He continues to impact contemporary Philippine politics, as seen in the election of right-wing authoritarian President Rodrigo Duterte. Read more

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