The Armored Archipelago

The United States has 800 military installations in dozens of countries around the world. They all must be dismantled.

Since the end of World War II, the US military has committed itself to an aggressive new tact, serving as the policeman and regulator of global capitalism. This strategy, maintained as stringently by Democratic administrations as it is by Republican ones, has resulted in the creation of hundreds of US military bases abroad. In his […]

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