While U.S. teenagers fight for their right to live, a world away, Afghanistan’s teens are doing the same thing.
Phyllis Bennis says the issue is not just who isn’t at the table for Afghanistan peace talks, but also who is.
Research has shown that using war to address terror tactics is a fruitless approach.
Constant military surveillance of Afghan citizens is not the answer.
Trump’s Venezuela policy has a similar strategic purpose to the 1980s wars in Grenada, Panama and Nicaragua.
The Trump administration is considering handing the Afghan war over to private companies.
Less troops in Afghanistan would mean that they could be redeployed to Latin America.