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Is Peace Possible in Afghanistan

Only international backing, ideally through the UN Security Council, can make any agreement durable.–op. cit. Vikram Singh and Jacob Stokes, opinion contributors to The Hill, discuss peace prospects in Afghanistan. These authors claim that regional powers and the United States … Continue reading

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Is this how we win?

The Trump Administration’s foreign policy: North Korea’s Kim is a good guy, smart. Disparage allies, praise enemies. Taliban and ISIS resurgent in Afghanistan. Trump and Putin enabling Assad to continue his murderous rule in Syria. American military resources killing people … Continue reading

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Foreign wars

“Erik Prince, founder of the controversial firm Blackwater, is trying to convince President Donald Trump to privatize America’s war in Afghanistan.” Richard Nixon campaigned in 1968 on a promise to end the draft. The draft of middle class Americans was a source … Continue reading

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We Don’t Get Rid Terrorists By Bombing Innocents

The following article was written and submitted  by author, educator, and activist  Steve Coffman of Dundee, New York (Yates County).  The writer has taught at the University of Michgan and Keuka College, and is author of numerous of books and … Continue reading

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