Updated November 26, 2015 - 11:42 AM EST
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Is Empire Inevitable? by Christopher Preble, 11/2/2015 Save the Apologies, Just Stop Promoting War! by Ron Paul, 11/1/2015
Call Congress:
Tell Them No US Troops in Syria
by Justin Raimondo, 11/1/2015
The Afghan Battlefield Has Become More Complicated by Ahmed Rashid, 11/1/2015
The US and China Are Playing With Matches by Eric Margolis, 11/1/2015 US Special Forces in Syria Are Obama's Latest Broken Foreign Policy Promise by Trevor Timm, 11/1/2015
America's Role in Yemen's Civilian Carnage by Samuel Oakford, 10/31/2015 The CIA's Torture Experiment by Robert Jay Lifton, Scott A. Allen, 10/30/2015
The Wickedness of Foreign Policy by Sheldon Richman, 10/30/2015 Why Is the Daily Beast's Russia Critic Silent About So Many Hideous Abuses? by Glenn Greenwald, 10/30/2015
Adolf, Amin, and Bibi by Uri Avnery, 10/30/2015 Don't Read Japan Restored Unless You Enjoy Working With Some Rather Fanciful Conjecture by Jim Miles, 10/30/2015
China Sea Blues: A Thing Not To Do by Fred Reed, 10/30/2015 No Need to Wait for Chilcot, Blair Lied to Us About Iraq by Peter Oborne, 10/30/2015
A Glimmer of Hope for Syria by Robert Parry, 10/30/2015 Mainstreaming Assassination by Philip Giraldi, 10/30/2015
Hillary Clinton Hasn’t Learned a Thing from Iraq by Medea Benjamin, 10/30/2015 Confronting the Obvious Truth: Palestinian Authority vs. the People by Ramzy Baroud, 10/30/2015
Say, What’s Hovering Over American Cities? by Lucy Steigerwald, 10/29/2015 The Revolt Against ‘Democracy’ by Justin Raimondo, 10/29/2015
Fertility and the Fate of Nations by Philip Jenkins, 10/29/2015 America’s Civilian Killings Are No Accident by Peter Van Buren, 10/29/2015
We Must Oppose Obama's Escalation in Syria and Iraq! by Ron Paul, 10/28/2015 Seeing Syrian Crisis Through Russian Eyes by Ray McGovern, 10/28/2015
The Midwife to Chaos and Her Perjury by Andrew P. Napolitano, 10/28/2015 Syria Burning: Charles Glass on the Roots & Future of the Deadly Conflict Democracy Now!, 10/28/2015
A Close Call on Doomsday by Melvin A. Goodman, 10/28/2015 Checkmate on the Devil's Chessboard by Lisa Pease, 10/28/2015
Neocons Launch 2016 Manifesto by Jim Lobe, 10/28/2015 The Senate, Ignorant on Cybersecurity, Just Passed a Bill About It Anyway by Trevor Timm, 10/28/2015
We Perpetuate War by Exalting Its Sacrifices by Sheldon Richman, 10/27/2015 Yitzhak Rabin Never Supported Palestinian Statehood by Yakir Adelman, 10/27/2015
Syria Is a Clusterf*ck, and It's About to Get Worse for the US by Charles P. Pierce, 10/27/2015 ‘Freedom of the Seas’ Means American Global Hegemony by Justin Raimondo, 10/27/2015
Hillary Joins the Hawks on Syria No-fly Zone by Scott McPherson, 10/27/2015 Base Nation Reveals the Destructive Tentacles of US Hegemony by Stephen Mansfield, 10/27/2015
Taking Selfies in Iraq and Afghanistan by William Astore and Tom Engelhardt, 10/27/2015 Why Republicans Keep Missing the Giant Benghazi Scandal Right Before Their Eyes by Michael Brendan Dougherty, 10/27/2015
How the Neocons' Iraqi De-Baathification Created ISIS by John Hay, 10/27/2015 Israel Takes on the First Amendment by Philip Giraldi, 10/27/2015
The Closest Nuclear Close-Call: The Okinawa Missiles of October by Aaron Tovish, 10/27/2015 The Neocon Hunger for Universal Empire by Dan Sanchez, 10/26/2015
Endless War Makes Us Less Safe by Ivan Eland, 10/26/2015 Benghazi: Hillary Clinton Is Guilty, but Not as Charged by Patrick Cockburn, 10/26/2015
Who Gets to Be Human? by Joseph Margulies, 10/26/2015 Hands Off Our Data! by Eric Peters, 10/26/2015
Netanyahu's Stereotyping by Paul R. Pillar, 10/26/2015 The Lost Cause of Israeli Justice by Lawrence Davidson, 10/26/2015
Back to Benghazi: How Not to Have a Debate About US Foreign Policy by Jim Naureckas, 10/26/2015 Tony Blair Apologizes for Iraq War by Patrick Cockburn, 10/26/2015
For a New Isolationism by Murray Rothbard, 4/1/59 War is the Health of the State by Randolph Bourne, 1918
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