On Preventing War with Iran, Congress Finally Listens to the American People

by Kate Kizer In Washington, there’s a common refrain that regular Americans don’t care about foreign policy. Yet a flurry of activity in the House of Representatives, during debate over the Fiscal Year 2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), may… Continue Reading  

Team Trump’s Iran War Rationales Are Nonsense

by Ben Armbruster Secretary of State Mike Pompeo pushed the Trump administration’s campaign for regime change and possible war with Iran during a Senate hearing on Wednesday by continuing to promote a dubious link between Iran and al-Qaeda. In turn,… Continue Reading  

“Act of Killing” Director Hopes U.S. Will Admit Genocide Role

by Jasmin Ramsey Watching former gangsters and paramilitary leaders proudly reenact scenes from Indonesia’s military-led mass killings of 1965-66 in the Oscar-nominated documentary, “The Act of Killing”, it’s easy to forget the role of outside countries. “It was like I… Continue Reading