VIDEO: Drones, bombs, and guns won’t eradicate COVID-19
Political leaders keep saying that the United States is on a war footing as it confronts COVID-19. But the military is the wrong tool to address it, even if war spending is — in part — what got the U.S. into this health crisis.
As Costs of War Co-Director and Quincy Institute board member Catherine Lutz explains, we need to fundamentally rethink what national security means so it can focus civilian solutions toward very real societal risks many are currently experiencing — ill health and inequality. Watch: