Regions / Yemen
The biggest danger—at least right now—is less a direct U.S. military assault on Iran than an escalation of a proxy war against Yemen.
Trump's rhetoric points to a real possibility for escalation in Yemen, which could be viewed as a proxy attack on Iran, IPS' Phyllis Bennis tells MSNBC.
This policy bans refugees fleeing wars that we started.
As long as major powers are delivering weapons to their allies in the region, diplomacy will be near impossible, Bennis told Kontext.
The Obama administration has approved another $1.15 billion in weapons to the Saudi regime, even as it continues to bomb Doctors Without Borders-run hospitals.
As ISIS loses territory, it returns to mass-casualty attacks against civilians. That's why military-first approaches to terrorism are doomed to failure.
As millions in Yemen face severe hunger, the United States continues to provide the Saudi invasion with arms
As leaked documents obtained by the Intercept reveal, the drone war is likely creating more terrorists than it's killing.
Here's how the U.S. can leverage its wealth, safety, and diplomacy to serve the refugees it helped to create.
The U.S. military-industrial complex plays a role as Congress considers rejecting the Iran nuclear agreement despite the potential cost of war.