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The US and China Play With Fire

Michael T. Klare Le Monde diplomatique
Long before Speaker Pelosi's plane touched down on, relations between China and the United States had been on a downward spiral. Isn’t it time to set aside the blame game and resume talks on measures that could reduce the risk of violent conflict?

Five Big Questions About Nancy Pelosi’s Taiwan Visit

Zhu Zhiqun Think China
Amid the furore following Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, US academic Zhu Zhiqun answers five questions on everyone's minds about the visit — Does the US Congress follow its own version of China policy? Why has Beijing responded so vehemently?

The Civilian Deaths You Haven’t Heard About

Nick Turse tomdispatch
For the last two decades, the United States has been conducting an undeclared war across much of the globe. It has taken pains to normalize the use of drone warfare outside established war zones.

Have We Forgotten…Afghanistan

H Patricia Hynes Portside
The US 20-year war and occupation in Afghanistan, waged to avenge the September 11 terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people, has taken the lives of more than 71,000 Afghani and Pakistani civilians.

U.S. Labor Leaders Statement on Ukraine Crisis

Founders, Leaders and Supporters of U.S. Labor Against the War Solidarity InfoService
The people of the U.S., the Ukraine and Russia don't want a war. The demand for peace will only be heard if masses of people speak out now! The labor movement can play a pivotal role in preventing another murderous costly conflict.

Let's Not Allow the Great Powers to Destroy the World

Lawrence Wittner Common Dreams
Throughout history, "the most powerful, most heavily-armed countries, which had the best chances of emerging victorious in a military conflict, were usually the most eager for it."
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