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.
Biden’s plan promotes an old economic development model that has long benefited U.S. corporations.
Decades of military intervention in Central America have contributed to the ongoing humanitarian crisis at the border.
Biden’s policy remains committed to maintaining US global hegemony through sanctions and nuclear weapons, warns Chomsky.
A new report shows that the past decade saw the highest levels of weapons sales since the end of the Cold War.
Biden described the war, supported by both the Obama and Trump admins, as a “humanitarian and strategic catastrophe.”
Change to the military-industrial complex, if and when it comes, will have to be driven by the people.
Biden risks undermining his domestic agenda by pursuing foreign policy that could lead to costly military entanglements.
For the last two decades, state violence rooted in white supremacy has operated under the guise of the “war on terror.”