Russian American journalist Masha Gessen says the two leaders have fundamentally different goals.
Biden’s policies toward North Korea are mainly a repackaging of the failed approaches of previous administrations.
The inhibition on describing apartheid as “apartheid” has been eroded by two 2021 reports confirming the allegation.
Defense firms have spent about $127 million a year on lobbyists, and $25 million per election on campaign donations.
Last fall a court order ruled the Trump administration could no longer keep the rules secret or deny their existence.
Scahill says that during his years in the U.S. Senate, Biden “almost never meets a war he doesn’t support.”
U.S. sanctions in North Korea weaponize human misery, hurting 25 million civilians. Biden should end this deadly policy.
Advocates welcome the effective end of “the longest lasting foreign gag rule in American history.”
It is because we consent and pay our taxes without much thought that half the money we pay the government is for war.
The administration announced it will keep a Trump-era policy to allow military commanders to use landmines globally.