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Bernie Sanders Just Gave the Progressive Foreign-Policy Speech We’ve Been Waiting For

by Stephen Miles

the Nation , September 2017 |

The senator powerfully linked domestic and foreign policy in the context of massive global inequality.... Read More »

Win Without War: More US Troops to Afghanistan is Not a Strategy for Peace

by Stephen Miles

Common Dreams, August 2017 | Press Release

Win Without War Director, Stephen Miles, released the following statement in response to President Donald Trump’s announcement that he will expand America’s 16-year war in Afghanistan... Read More »

The Foolishness of Regime-Change Fantasies

by Stephen Miles

LobeLog, July 2017 |

The United States has tried its hand a lot at regime change. By one count, the US tried to overthrow 72 different governments during the Cold War alone—and that’s before the most recent misadventures in Iraq and Libya... Read More »

Statement on Today’s Senate Vote on the Sale of Precision-Guided Munitions to Saudi Arabia

by Stephen Miles

Common Dreams, June 2017 |

Win Without War Director Stephen Miles issued the following statement regarding today’s Senate vote on whether to block precision-guided munitions to Saudi Arabia... Read More »

Building a New Movement Against Militarism

by Stephen Miles

The Nation, April 2017 |

Donald Trump bombed a Syrian government air base just a couple of weeks after releasing his budget plan for next year. The budget—with its call for a massive escalation in Pentagon spending, to be paid for with funds stolen from programs that fulfill urgent human needs—was met with outrage. But Trump’s illegal cruise-missile strike, ostensibly in response to a chemical-weapons attack on a Syrian town in Idlib Province, largely knocked the budget outrage off the agenda... Read More »

Trump's Military Junta (w/ Stephen Miles)

by Stephen Miles

The Zero Hour with RJ Eskow, December 2016 | Interview

Stephen Miles, advocacy director of Win Without War, discusses president-elect Donald Trump's troubling militarization of the government... Read More »

Trump and Security Assistance

by Seth Binder

LobeLog, November 2016 |

U.S. security assistance has become one of the major foreign policy tools of the U.S. government since 9/11 to combat terrorism abroad, but this assistance is increasingly criticized for failing to achieve its objectives and in some cases exacerbating problems... Read More »

Clinton Should Say More About Syria

by Michelle Dixon, Stephen Miles

U.S.NEWS, October 2016 |

One of the biggest foreign policy challenges the next president will face is what the United States should do about Syria. By now, we all know the carnage a devastating war has brought to all sides of the conflict and the civilian population there. In addition to the security threat from the so-called Islamic State group, more than 400,000 people have been killed, 9 million have been displaced because of the war, and nearly 5 million of those have fled Syria all together – going mostly to nearby Turkey, Jordan or Lebanon... Read More »

Zika Messaging

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September 2016 | Letter

Resources dedicated to fight the spread of the Zika are running low. Congress should put partisan politics aside and provide funding to combat the virus. Because Zika primarily threatens pregnant women, sound family planning policies must be a central part of combating this virus.... Read More »

Refugee Messaging

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September 2016 | Letter

We must raise awareness that women and girls fleeing violence and economic hardship are vulnerable to sexual exploitation, violence and abuse; and we must do more to increase options for assistance. ... Read More »

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