The U.S. admitted to using white phosphorus in civilian areas in Syria, Phyllis Bennis tells The Real News.
Now that he cares about the fate of Syrian children, I hope Trump will open up our country — not bomb theirs.
IPS Fellow, Phyllis Bennis will explain why further military engagement by the U.S. is not the way to end the horrific carnage in Syria.
Further military engagement by the U.S. is not the way to end the horrific carnage in Syria.
We in civil society must sharpen our demands.
John Kerry may have just accidentally earned himself a Nobel Peace Prize.
Joint Statement by Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr. and Phyllis Bennis: “Forceful Diplomacy, Not Military Force” in Syria
Today we have the possibility to turn the threat of war around. There is renewed hope that the global community can make that turn now, today.
Tamron Hall discusses the latest developments in Syria with Phyllis Bennis and others on MSNBC’s NewsNation.
Discussion with MoveOn supporters about Syria and U.S. military intervention.
U.S. policy should emphasize direct diplomacy to negotiate a ceasefire with all sides including Syrian President Bashar Assad, but direct military intervention will lead to more bloodshed and Obama fighting on the side of an Al-Qaeda affiliated organization.
Amy Goodman interviews Phyllis on the alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria and looming U.S. military action against the Assad regime.
Let’s resist the temptation to intervene in Syria. This time, let’s say ‘lesson learned.’
Is reflexive resistance to intervention in Syria the right reaction by progressives?
Why start another body count in a Middle East conflict with no direct relationship to U.S. security?
What the civil war in Syria and the Arab Spring have exposed is that the massive political and social transformation and real regime change underway is led by the people themselves, largely without military force and certainly with no role for the United States. U.S. military involvement serves only to escalate the destruction.