Antiwar.com
 
 
Original Blog US Casualties Iraqi Casualties Contact Donate
 
News
Updated April 18, 2019 - 8:39 PM EDT
North Korea Won't Deal With Pompeo in Talks
 
  North Korea Reveals Testing of New Tactical Weapon
Trump's Veto Won't End US Debate on Yemen War
 
  'Missed Opportunity': Critics Assail Trump's Veto of Yemen Bill
  Aid Group: Trump's Yemen Veto Means More Death, Suffering
Pompeo: US Trying to End Afghan War
 
  Official Claims Afghanistan ISIS Capable of Striking US
  Despite Progress, Torture in Afghanistan Still 'Disturbingly High'
Trump's Sanctions Kill Iranian Reforms
 
  Iran Says US Should Suspend Sanctions on Account of Floods
US Military's 36 Code-Named Operations in Africa
US: 2,000 Foreign ISIS Fighters Held in Syria
Trump Call on '3 Stooges of Socialism' Has 2020 Thrust
Viewpoints
item Trump's Embrace of Netanyahu Will Haunt the Mideast for Years  by Phyllis Bennis
item DoJ Alleges Julian Assange Conspiracy to Abet Espionage  by Kevin Gosztola
item War Versus Peace: Israel Has Decided and So Should We  by Ramzy Baroud
item France's Double Game in Libya  by Paul Taylor
item How Donald Trump Can Reach a Peace Deal With North Korea  by Harry J. Kazianis
item Is the Trump Administration Helping the Saudis Build a Bomb?  by Doug Bandow

More Viewpoints

Frontline
New Nuclear Missiles' Cost Estimate Rises Again
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Hammers Trump for Turning US Into 'Prostitute of Saudi Arabia'
Guantanamo Military Tribunal Hit With Another Legal Setback
How Ecuador's President Gave Up Assange
 
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia: A Kingdom in Turmoil
Saudi Arabia: 10 Reasons Why Women Flee
Saudi Court Postpones Hearing for Women Activists After New Arrests
Saudi Runaway Sisters in Georgia Plead for Help on Social Media
Iraqi PM Abdul Mahdi Meets Saudi King Salman on First Visit to Saudi Arabia
Israel/Palestine
With Plea for Harmony, President Officially Taps Netanyahu to Form New Coalition
Prominent Israeli Rabbi: It May Be Okay to Burn Palestinian Churches
Israel's Defense Exports Top $7 Billion in 2018
Israel Demolishes Home of Suspected Palestinian Attacker
Israel Successfully Tests Patriot, Iron Dome Missiles in Live-Fire Drill
White House's Kushner Urges 'Open Mind' on Upcoming Mideast Plan
Iraq
Roadside Bomb Targets Soldiers; 23 Killed in Iraq
In Iraq, Tribal Traditions Rob Women, Girls of Rights
Iraqi War Games: Army Trains in Desert, Defeats 'Militants'
Syria
Syrian Fuel Queues Grow, Report Cites Iranian Credit Freeze
Russia Denies Recovering Remains of Spy Eli Cohen From Syria
Turkey
Turkish Opposition Takes Control of Istanbul, Re-Run Appeal Still Pending
Turkey Looking at New Trade Mechanisms With Iran to Avoid US Sanctions
Turkish Defense Minister Had 'Constructive' US Talks
Pro-Kurdish Lawmaker Injured as Turkish Police Disperse Election Protest
Cuba
Trump's Cuba Hawks Squeeze Havana Over Venezuela Role
Spain Wants EU to Challenge US Policy in Cuba
Canada Says Considering Options After US Decision on Cuba
Venezuela
Red Cross Announces May Aid Shipment to Venezuela
US Imposes Sanctions on Venezuela's Central Bank
Global Iraq Fallout
Peru's Garcia, Former President and Political Chameleon, Kills Himself to Avoid Arrest
Guatemalan Presidential Candidate Arrested on Drug Trafficking Charges in Miami
Strong Police Presence Prevents March in Nicaragua
 
Ukraine
Ukraine Says It Captured Russian Military Intelligence Hit Squad
Ukrainian Leader's Re-Election Drive to Win the Army Vote Stutters
Ukrainian Elections: Why Should Americans Care?
Europe
US Planes, Tractors on EU Tariff List Over Boeing
Serbia Seeks Greater Russian Role in Talks With Kosovo
Estonia Likely to See Euroskeptic Party Brought to Power
Greek Parliament Calls on Germany to Pay WW2 Reparations
Sudan
Sudan Rebels Suspend Hostilities in Blue Nile and South Kordofan
African Union to Suspend Sudan Military Over Coup
Toppled Bashir Moved From Residence to Khartoum's Kobar Prison: Relatives
Omar Al-Bashir's Brothers Arrested as Sudan Protests Continue
South Sudan Offers to Mediate Political Transition in Sudan
Volunteer Doctors, Cooks Help Sudanese Keep Up Protests
Sudan's Darfur Refugees Wonder When Their Turn Will Come
Libya
Nearly 180 Dead and 800 Injured in Haftar's Assaults on Tripoli
Armed Europeans Try to Cross From Libya to Tunisia
Shells Kill Seven in Tripoli Neighborhood as Haftar's Two-Week Siege Rages
Africa
Car Bomb in Mogadishu Kills Four Despite Heavy Security Following Al-Shabaab Attacks
El-Sisi Could Stay in Power Until 2030 Under Egypt Plan
Senegal Government Agrees to Scrap Post of Prime Minister
Afghanistan
Taliban Tries to Change Perception of Its Treatment of Women Ahead of Peace Talks
Taliban Has No Way Except Talks With Afghan Govt: Ghani
UN Highlights Torture in Afghan Jails but Says Progress Is Being Made
Asia
Myanmar Pardons More Than 9,000 Prisoners in New Year Amnesty
China Eyeing Trump's Late May Japan Trip for Potential Xi Summit
Pakistan's PM Khan to Visit China Next Week, Sign New Pacts
GOP Senator Wears Shirt Honoring Otto Warmbier at Korean DMZ
Indonesia's Widodo Looks Set for Election Victory – Challenger Says No
Elections 2019: Security Restrictions Send Central Kashmir's Srinagar Into Lockdown
 
Read more
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
4/16/2019
Julian Assange and the Sins of the World

Maj. Danny Sjursen, USA (ret.)
4/17/2019
Who Will Be the Last to Die for a Lie?: The Afghan War Drags On

Ted Snider
3/05/2019
Why Won't Maduro Let US Humanitarian Aid Into Venezuela? History.

Sheldon Richman
1/21/2019
America's War Culture

Lucy Steigerwald
8/15/2018
Plans To Memorialize a War Without End

David R. Henderson
6/19/2018
War-Fighting and the Loss of Liberty

Ran HaCohen
12/11/2017
Jerusalem, the Capital of Apartheid

Additional Contributors
 
Reproduction of material from any original Antiwar.com pages
without written permission is strictly prohibited.
Copyright 2019 Antiwar.com