WIM LAVEN – The U.S. and Sudan showcase different stages of division. The people of the U.S. are well served to learn and get involved in Sudan through solidarity. People of the world can all push for frozen assets and travel bans on those responsible for the coup and thank President Biden for hisÂ swift actionÂ in suspending $700 million in aid to Sudan. Nonviolent but coercive measures like these can pressure the military to yield to the peopleâ€™s demands. We can also make strong condemnations to the use of political violence and the detainment of political prisonersâ€”who should be immediately released.Â
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Libertarian View: 10 Reasons to End the Wars Now
WES BENEDICT — The long wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have been back in the news recently, and we just had the bizarre spectacle of the Republican National Committee Chairman saying he didn’t like Obama’s war in Afghanistan, while the DNC chastised him for failing to support the troops.