By renouncing military contracts, Google could catalyze a much-needed discussion about how the U.S. and other nations can move beyond militarism.
Can a war that kills the innocent be just? In March 2017 a U.S.-led air strike killed 200 civilians in a school in Mansoura, Syria, according to a United Nations report. The watchdog group Airwars.org estimates that U.S.-coalition attacks have killed at least 6,259 civilians since anti-ISIS operations began in 2014.
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