The fact that girls as young as three have been sold is shocking and a testament to the severity of the humanitarian crisis, particularly the country’s burgeoning famine, that many Yemenis face.
Large, well-funded organizations are beginning to edge toward opposition to at least certain wars, organizations that didn’t oppose any wars when George Bush II was president, much less when Obama was.
For those of us who fully expected most U.S. peace activists to vanish once Barack Obama became president but expected them to come back once Donald Trump ascended the throne, the failure of our second expectation has been hard, crushingly hard. But there are a few silver linings. First, there is now a multi-issue campaign that, unlike the