Weapons makers like Raytheon don’t just follow U.S. foreign policy; they make it through allies embedded in government.
Yemeni children are being starved by warring parties whose blockades and bomb attacks have decimated the country.
Murtaza Hussain of The Intercept calls Trump’s anti-war posturing “a bad parody.”
A war powers resolution would set a powerful precedent, while also reversing course in Yemen.
Human rights observers are concerned by the role the United Arab Emirates is playing in facilitating U.S. abuses.
The population, already devastated by the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, faces growing hunger and aid shortages.
“National security also means doing everything we can to improve the lives of our people,” Sanders said in his speech.
COVID-19 has begun to wreak its havoc in Iraq, Syria and Yemen – nations harmed by U.S. wars and economic sanctions.