U.S. sanctions in North Korea weaponize human misery, hurting 25 million civilians. Biden should end this deadly policy.
Fifty House Democrats signed a letter to President Biden in March urging a significantly reduced Pentagon budget.
Practically nothing seems to get in the way of war — and specifically, the sale of U.S. war weapons abroad.
It is because we consent and pay our taxes without much thought that half the money we pay the government is for war.
Even if Biden withdraws the troops by 9/11, thousands of private contractors will remain to defend corporate profits.
It’s unclear if the troop withdrawal being discussed includes hundreds of special ops forces that remain in the country.
Analysts and antiwar critics say any increase in the Defense Department’s bloated budget would be unacceptable.
The administration announced it will keep a Trump-era policy to allow military commanders to use landmines globally.
We have no laurels to rest on with Mr. Biden in the White House.
The U.S.’s call for NATO to expand into the Pacific will heighten the risk of a dangerous confrontation with China.