Just World Order

Since the end of World War II, the United States has largely pursued a foreign policy of aggression and belligerence on behalf of a corporate and financial elite, with devastating consequences for the world as well as depriving citizens at home of a more equitable distribution of wealth. Over the next few decades, humanity will face urgent questions over what kind of world will be left for future generations. Just World Order examines U.S. foreign policy and politics, its effects on the world, and how a better future is possible.

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Brett Morris

Writer whose work has appeared in Jacobin, Vox, and CounterPunch.