Fri­da Berri­g­an is a senior pro­gram asso­ciate with the New Amer­i­ca Foun­da­tion’s Arms and Secu­ri­ty Ini­tia­tive and a mem­ber of the Cam­paign for a Nuclear Weapons Free World.
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Striking Back Against Empire: 40 Years of In These Times
War, peace and the American military machine.
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After Trump’s Election, I Regret Being Leftier-Than-Thou. It’s Time To Get To Know My Neighbors.
In addition to organizing resistance, progressives should build communities that support and protect the vulnerable.
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Judge Jails Anti-Drone Granny
A 58-year-old protester is sentenced to one year.
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Garbage: It’s What’s for Dinner
An easy way to combat the wastefulness of our food system.
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Can We Reclaim The Holiday Season From Corporations?
A guide to giving children joy, instead of more gifts.
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Aiding and Abetting War Crimes
The Israeli military tested new weapons in Gaza with U.S. support.
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Defense Budget Shell Game
Behind the hoopla, military spending continues to rise.
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We Arm the World
The United States once again leads the world in exporting weapons.
Viewpoint
5 Minutes to Nuclear Midnight
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The Fog of War Crimes
Who's to blame when 'just following orders' means murder?
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What We Leave Behind
From Kosovo to Lebanon, cluster bomb casualties continue to mount
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Lawyers Fight for Habeas Rights
The Military Commissions Act suspends Habeas corpus for foreign citizens accused of hostilities against the U.S.
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Halliburton Hearts Congress
Do partisanship and cronyism trump congressional oversight and corporate accountability?
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Walking to Guantnamo
Peace marchers aim to keep the abuse of 'enemy combatants' visible
The ITT List
Why is it called violent extremism when “they” do it to us?
The ITT List
U.S. Activists Trek Towards Guantanamo/AP
The ITT List
Walking
The ITT List
Christian Witnesses Against Torture
Dispatch
White Phosphorous Lies
Did the Pentagon use chemical weapons indiscriminately in Fallujah?
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George in Georgia
The president's short, happy visit to the former Soviet state masked the long-term failures of U.S. policy.
Dispatch
The Real Scandal
The Oil-for-Food program may have been corrupt, but more dangerous dealings have been ignored
Culture
Seeking True Security
Dispatch
Depleted Morality
The first signs of uranium sickness surface in troops returning from Iraq
Dispatch
Outside the Inside
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Oil and Democracy Don’t Mix
Bush administration policies guarantee a constant flow, no matter what the human cost
Dispatch
Who They Know
Boeing’s ties bloat government budgets
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Weapon of Mass Deception
What the Pentagon doesn’t want us to know about depleted uranium.
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Halliburton’s Axis of Influence
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Richard Perle: It Pays To Be the Prince of Darkness
Dispatch
Inspect This
America’s own secret bioweapons program
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Sky High
The military busts the 2003 federal budget
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The Daughters Generals
Bush's cronies are eager to renew ties with Indonesia's military.