What We've Done

House Debates Afghanistan

After eight years of war and occupation, the U.S. House of Representatives finally debated the issue of an exit strategy from Afghanistan. More »

 

 

 

Stopping Bush's War With Iran

After a public education campaign led by Just Foreign Policy and others, the Bush Administration scrapped reported plans for military action against Iran. More »

 

 

Telling the Truth About Iraqi Casualties

U.S. news media largely buried the Lancet Study that estimated that hundreds of thousands of Iraqis had been killed as a result of the U.S. invasion. They gave the excuse that they had already reported the study; but when they mentioned the overall death toll at all, they used much lower numbers. We brought the Lancet Study back into the discussion with our online estimate of Iraqi deaths. As a result, it is now generally acknowledged that hundreds of thousands of Iraqis have been killed. More »

 

New Relationship with Latin America

The Obama administration agreed with Just Foreign Policy’s call for U.S. neutrality in El Salvador’s election. More »

Opposing Repression in the Horn of Africa

We worked to hold the Bush Administration accountable for its support for human rights abuses in Ethiopia and its support for the Ethiopian invasion of Somalia. More »