The U.S. administration described the summit as the start of a new ‘coalition of the willing’, recycling the Bush administration’s ominous term for the countries which backed the US illegal invasion of Iraq in 2003.
This massive militarization means the government is committing to increase its already significant role in military interventions and full-scale wars around the world, further escalating imperialism’s drive towards world war.
The conflict in Syria has never been a ‘civil war’ between supporters and opponents of the Assad government in Damascus. Rather, from the outset it has been a proxy war, sponsored and financed by U.S./NATO imperialism and its regional allies.
Why do U.S. politics lack the seriousness that is required as it impacts millions of people? The fundamentally capitalist political ideologies of the Democratic and Republican parties offer little different or new to the public. The aims of the two [...]
Militarism is a deadly threat to the future of our planet. The Liberals don't get it.
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