Jeremy Hammond discusses the no state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Eric Margolis discusses sending war criminals to the Hague.
Steve Chapman discusses the question of why Hilary Clinton is still a hawk.
Sharon Presley discusses Wendy McElroy’s book on rape culture.
Joseph R. Stromberg discusses republicanism and liberalism in political thought.
Glenn Greenwald discusses Clinton led Democrats being to the right of Dubya on Israel-Palestine.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the consequences of ISIS winning.
Ramzy Baroud discusses solidarity among African-Americans and people living in Palestine.
Andrew J. Bacevich discusses the Chilcot report.
Allen Mendenhall discusses a new book of antiwar writing.
David Vine discusses allowing the former inhabitants of Diego Garcia to return to their home.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the murder of the Dallas cop killer.
Kelly Beaucar Vlahos discusses Fallujah in ruins.
Eli Massey discusses the war in Afghanistan.
Steven Mihailovich discusses Thomas Paine on perpetual war.
Norman Solomon discusses the U.S. military base in Germany.
Stanley L. Cohen discusses why BDS is a war Israel can’t win.
Rebecca Gordon discusses extrajudicial killings and American drone warfare.
Doug Bandow discusses the recent military coup in Turkey.
Glenn Greenwald discusses whether the Turkish govt has a right to kill via drone or abduct a cleric in Pennsylvania.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses regime change in Turkey.
Douglas Gillison, Nick Turse, and Moiz Syed discuss how little oversight there is in global U.S. training programs.
Marc Lewis discusses why there are “good” or “bad” drugs per se.
Trevor Timm discusses NYC police reform and crime statistics.
Laurence M. Vance discusses why Americans should vote to exist NATO.
Binoy Kampmark discusses military coups, Turkey, and democracy.
Barry Brownstein discusses whether tribalism is the worst idea in history or not.
Ivan Eland discusses the use of a robot with a bomb to kill a shooter in Dallas, Texas.
Charles V. Pena discusses the unintended consequences of U.S. killings abroad.
George H. Smith discusses the question of why someone should be moral.
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