Medea Benjamin discusses 10 steps to wean the U.S. off militarism.
Ron Jacobs discusses the footprint of the U.S. military in Africa.
Sam Husseini discusses U.S. government violence from Hiroshima to Iraq.
Uri Avnery discusses the divide and conquer strategy of Netanyahu.
George Selgin discusses how the Federal Reserve is joining the War on Drugs.
Arno Develay discusses the road to empire.
Nebojsa Malic discusses the Balkan wars and U.S. backed atrocities.
Lawrence M. Vance discusses whether the government can ban anything.
Kelly Vlahos discusses the case of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
Rachelle Marshall discusses the Afghan war.
Andrew J. Bacevich discusses the promise and risks of the Iran deal.
Sheldon Richman discusses the dropping of the atomic bombs.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the death of the CIA’s man in Chile.
Trevor Timm discusses the war against ISIS.
Anthony Gregory discusses a book on the atomic bombing of Nagasaki.
Eric Margolis discusses the bombing of Japan during World War 2.
Dave Lindorff discusses the issues surrounding Iran.
Ismael Hossein-Zadeh discusses Israeli opposition to the Iran deal.
Norman Pollock discusses Israel.
Christine Ahn discusses the issue of the two Koreas.
John Tamny discusses Marco Rubio’s views on federal sugar subsidies.
James DiEugenio discuses Nixon’s lies about Vietnam.
Laurence M. Vance discusses whether Bernie Sanders could be a Republican.
Ivan Eland discusses how the GOP needs to debate foreign policy.
Dan Sanchez discusses Ron Paul’s new book on war.
Thomas R. Eddiem discusses how conservatives lied to him about immigration.
Samuel Leiter discusses who will be responsible for the next Hiroshima.
Cesar Chelala discusses how Japan is threatening peace.
Fariborz Saremi discusses the meaning of the Iran nuke deal.