All news tagged with #US Military

James J. Zogby, USA 03/02/2018 0

The Iraq War: Fifteen Years Later

The most consequential disaster in recent US history.
John W. Whitehead, USA 03/01/2018 0

America’s Cult of Violence Turns Deadly

We are caught in a vicious cycle.
Whitney Webb, USA 02/27/2018 0

Cindy Sheehan and the Women’s March on the Pentagon: A Movement, Not Just a Protest

Sheehan was taken aback by how some prominent organizers of the recent Women’s March were unwilling to express anti-war positions and argued for excluding the issue of peace entirely from the event and movement as a whole.
Tom Engelhardt, USA 02/26/2018 0

Whistling Past the Graveyard (of Empires)

A trip down memory lane, Pentagon-style
Stephanie Savell, USA 02/24/2018 0

America Has Spent $5.6 Trillion on the War on Terror … and Counting

When it comes to America’s wars, more than 16 years later our generals are victorious. Not, of course, in the distant lands where those conflicts grind on unendingly, but in the one place that matters: Washington, D.C
Lawrence Davidson, USA 02/20/2018 0

Vietnam’s Lessons and the U.S. Culture of Violence

Back in October 2016 I wrote an analysis entitled “Natural Born Killers?
Jefferson Morley, USA 02/19/2018 0

Is the Pentagon Endorsing Trump’s War on Democratic Institutions?

President Trump’s proposed military parade is the final test for the proverbial "adults in the room." So far, they are flunking.
Nick Turse, Italy 02/19/2018 0

Drug Wars, Missing Money, and a Phantom $500 Million

Pentagon watchdog calls out two commands for financial malfeasance.
Elliott Gabriel, Ecuador 02/16/2018 0

Operation Pacific Eagle in the Philippines: Washington’s New Colonial War

Critics contend that Operation Pacific Eagle Philippines is aimed at strengthening Washington’s grip on the long-subjugated people of the Philippines, defeating a half-century leftist insurgency, and securing the country for the interests of U.S. multinational corporations.
Rick Sterling, USA 02/15/2018 0

WMD Claims in Syria Raise Concerns over U.S. Escalation

Following a well-established script, anonymous U.S. officials are making unsubstantiated claims about weapons of mass destruction – this time in Syria – and again the media is failing to ask tough questions.