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Elena Hermosa

A Guatemalan court found that the army committed genocide against the Maya Ixil, but at the same time acquitted the chief of military intelligence of wrongdoing. more

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USAF

Viewed through a global lens, our defense budget looks obscene. more

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League of Filipino Students

The Philippine National Police, implicated in the suppression of labor movements and President Duterte’s war on drugs, receive a significant amount of funding through U.S. foreign military financing. more

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Debra Sweet

Should psychologists be allowed to counsel detainees at Guantanamo and other sites where torture has taken place? more

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Noah Flora

“The heavens are going to be littered with radioactive debris.” more

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Ken Kistler

Dying empires often plunge into costly, disastrous military misadventures. They also tend toward political extremism as the painful loss of dominance demoralizes the citizenry. Sound familiar? 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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Erika Wittlieb

How did the United States get into what may become yet another Mideast quagmire? more

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Roman Harak

We may think of empathy in terms of personal relationships. But it's also a sophisticated diplomatic tool. more

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100 years after one of the least-known and saddest chapters in American history, families of executed black soldiers have petitioned Trump for justice. more

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U.S. Army photo by Christopher Klutts

The number of U.S. troops in Africa has been steadily on the rise. What exactly are they doing there? more

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Mark Heard

For McCoy, the Trump presidency is a clear indicator of the fall of the U.S. from global dominance, but the causes lie deeper. more

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JEFF ABBOTT

As a result of Trump's the politics, there are fewer migrants heading north through Mexico, but greater violence against them. more

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Trump called on the nations of the world to renew their patriotic fervor, as if recognizing the interdependency of the world’s peoples were the biggest problem we face. more

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Ann Coulter, Milo Yiannopoulos and white nationalist-types are heading to places like Berkeley because they know they’ll draw packs of scary looking Antifa to run around with their sticks. more

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Oregon Department of Transportation

Police as an occupying force are ineffective and unsafe more

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White House/Pete Souza

Long isolated, left-leaning members of the military community have begun organizing more

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Why is the oil industry spending hundreds of thousands against a tiny ecosystem hero? more

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Praxis Films

The image of Assange that emerges in "Risk" is complex, contradictory, controversial, and often troubling—and he may have severed ties with Poitras as a result. more

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D. Myles Cullen

It has been drilled into our heads that North Korea poses a clear and chronic danger. Meanwhile, instability in Korea lines the pockets of those who profit from the business of war, and our media fails to report on North Korea’s overtures to the U.S. more

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