How to Defeat U.S. Terrorism?

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The U.S. and its allies have conducted over 120,000 air strikes against seven countries, killed about 1.6 million people, and driven 59.5 million people from their homes...

there are and always have been specific policy changes that our government could make if it was serious about ending this horrific cycle of violence.

Restore command accountability for war crimes ordered or sanctioned by senior U.S. military and civilian officials says Nicholas Davies, author of Blood On Our Hands.

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