A foreign policy for the middle class must find a way to curb our adventures abroad so that Americans can rebuild democracy and strength at home.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
Cold War is America’s comfort zone. We won the last one. We wear the white hats. It’s democracy against authoritarianism. And we’ve got the biggest and best military. Who could object?
Wouldn’t it be healthy to have more diversity of views, history and context rather than ‘confirmation bias’?
What are the United States’ goals in the Ukraine war?
The question is what will we have learnt after all the hypocrisy, corporate and state media propaganda, and crocodile tears?
The cruelly inadequate U.S. policy for aiding refugees continues. While the United States has offered aid to help other countries welcome Ukrainian refugees, our own annual refugee cap remains at just 125,000. Instead of welcoming refugees with open arms, our current efforts hold them at arm’s length.
Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is indefensible but responsibility for this crisis is widely shared.
A renewed cold war with Russia and China would reinforce the nationalist and militarist factions in all countries.
On 9/11, It’s Time for a Reckoning and Reflection of Decades of Failed U.S. National Security Policy
The steady militarisation of U.S. foreign policy has hampered its ability to address real security concerns that threaten not just American people but the entire planet.