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United States of Arms

Will Geary

The greatest outlier in terms of possessing nuclear weapons is the United States. Read more


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Rod Waddington

We, in the United States, have yet to realize both the futility and immense consequences of war even as we develop, store, sell, and use hideous weapons. The number of children killed is rising. Read more



Fahd Sadi

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

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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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Felton Davis

75 percent of Americans oppose the Yemen War and 57 percent oppose all arms sales to Saudi Arabia. Read more


When children waste away to literally nothing while fourteen million people face conflict driven famine, a hue and cry—yes, a caterwaul —most certainly should be raised, worldwide. 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


“I don’t think the Saudis would be conducting this level of atrocity if not for the support from the United States.” Read more

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More Senators are asking why the U.S. supports a terrible war in the Middle East. Read more




The regime is pretty much in opposition to all our founding principles. Read more



Wolfgang Gressmann/Oxfam

We bear responsibility for supplying arms to Saudi Arabia. Corporations like General Dynamics, Raytheon, and Lockheed Martin, have profited massively. Read more

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It was hard to stomach watching Obama salute “the long history of friendship” between the United States and Saudi Arabia and debase himself by saying he was there “to seek his Majesty’s counsel.” Read more