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One Year Later, The World is Safer

One Year Later, The World is Safer

One year ago, diplomats were locked in a room hammering out the final details of the landmark Iran nuclear agreement. In Iran thousands of centrifuges were spinning, inspectors had limited access, and the threat of a war between Iran and…

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Treat ISIS Like an Artichoke

Treat ISIS Like an Artichoke

Copyright, Truthout.org. Reprinted with permission. The recent carnage in Brussels underscores the horrific consequences of ISIS (also known as Daesh) spreading around the globe. Such attacks will likely continue so long as ISIS flourishes in its territorial bases of Iraq…

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Alternatives to Endless War

Alternatives to Endless War

Click here to view and download as a pdf. There is no military solution to the ISIS crisis. The U.S. has spent over $8.8 billion conducting 10,000 military strikes in Syria and Iraq over the past 20 months, but the threat from ISIS…

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To the shores of Tripoli?

By Win Without War Co-Chair David Cortright. Pentagon officials are proposing air strikes and the use of special operations forces in Libya to counter the growing threat from ISIS. This potentially dangerous escalation of U.S. military involvement in the Middle…

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Donald Trump has the power to wage endless war

Tuesday night, in secret without any votes, Paul Ryan cowardly killed an effort to limit Donald Trump's ability to wage war. And yesterday, alongside Rep. Barbara Lee, I condemned this deceptive action. Rep. Lee is leading the effort to limit Trump's war-making ability. But thanks to Speaker Ryan, t[...]

Speaker Paul Ryan blocks debate on endless war

  Win Without War Director Stephen Miles issued the following statement in response to House Speaker Paul Ryan stripping an amendment to repeal the 2001 Authorization for the Use of Military Force from a House spending bill: It is the height of irresponsibility that House Speaker Paul Rya[...]