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German leaders have responded to war in Ukraine with huge increases in defense spending, breaking with the culture of pacifism that emerged after World War II and marking a new wave of militarization.
How military intervention became the norm.
The resistance to the Vietnam War was the most diverse and dynamic antiwar movement in U.S. history. We have all but forgotten it today.
We condition the poor and the working class to go to war.
Historian Samuel Moyn contends that efforts to conduct war humanely have only perpetuated it. But the solution must lie in politics, not a sacrifice of human rights.
Why does needless military spending remain impervious to reduction, while critically needed domestic programs are slashed?
The famine in Yemen is not simply “man-made.” Particular men are responsible, and they should be brought to justice.
Donald Trump says there is “a crisis of the soul” at the border. He is right, though not in the way he thinks.
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