Author Archives: Kelley Beaucar Vlahos
To answer that, TAC is hosting a screening of a new film challenging the government over the toxic exposure of recent war vets.
A debate featuring author of torture memo and Bruce Fein saw more rationalizing of the executive’s massive powers.
The late publisher of Consortium News was a trailblazer who held lazy reporters and groupthink in the highest contempt.
Washington’s well-funded web of interventionist elites is quietly populating the president’s national security circle, again.
With billions of dollars and the will of the voters at stake, critics say this is one flip-flop Trump can’t afford.
Amid bad news, Lockheed takes victory lap in the Beltway bubble.
Leading scholars, journalists, and policy experts debate the outlook for realism & restraint in the Trump era.
And that’s the least of our problems.
Hyper-politicized persecution began when his thoughts on war came to light.
A new indie doc tells the shocking story of how so many veterans got sick.
Hawkish senator raised eyebrows with talk of ‘endless wars.’
Ambassador warns Iran may start a nuclear war.
Guitarist-songwriter helped duo transcend the conformity and narcissism of the age.
Congressman: Wikileaks has info that would “demolish” Russian hack narrative.
Rivals winning influence as Trump chooses bombs over bread across continent.
Farming out the nuclear arsenal turned out to be radioactive.
An alternative WWII history invokes ‘moral injury’ in context of Pacific War.
The longstanding U.S. ally lobbies Washington with unwitting domestic surrogates.
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