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Thoughts on the Iraq Invasion
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Thoughts on the Iraq Invasion
March 23, 2021

The reason it’s so important to stay enraged about Iraq is because it’s never been addressed or rectified in any real way whatsoever. All the corrupt mechanisms which led to the invasion are still in place and its consequences remain. It isn’t something that happened in the past.

Nuclear Bombers and Airstrikes Are Not Peace Signals
March 16, 2021

Pope Francis was absolutely right that peace is more powerful than war — but military confrontation is popular and profitable.

Nuclear Bombers and Airstrikes Are Not Peace Signals
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Why It’s Necessary to End NATO
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Why It’s Necessary to End NATO
March 9, 2021

The only way to end America’s aspiration to control the entire world is to end NATO, because NATO was built upon that evil aspiration, Eric Zuesse writes.

Reflections on Vietnam and Iraq
December 24, 2020

Now, if you prioritize Vietnam and Iraq over the war against Nazi Germany, you’ll come face-to-face with a very different set of lessons. Here are four that the Biden administration might do well to contemplate.

Reflections on Vietnam and Iraq
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It’s Almost Twenty Years Since 9/11. Can We Finally Stop Marching to Disaster?
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It’s Almost Twenty Years Since 9/11. Can We Finally Stop Marching to Disaster?
December 20, 2020

Perhaps the horrors of 2020 — the fires and hurricanes, Trump’s vicious attacks on democracy, the death, sickness, and economic dislocation caused by Covid-19 — can force a real conversation about national security in 2021.

Australia’s War Crimes and Culture of Impunity
November 8, 2020

Under the guise of foreign intervention and the democracy narrative which is used to sell war to the public, impunity for human rights violations is being cultivated.

Australia’s War Crimes and Culture of Impunity
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America’s Imperial Expenditures and Escapades Are Stranger Than Fiction
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America’s Imperial Expenditures and Escapades Are Stranger Than Fiction
October 29, 2020

Whether it’s the annual furtive funding gymnastics or another round of friend-foe contortionism in Afghanistan, such stories never fail to engender head shakes at my youthful naïveté.

Before the Bidens ‘Did’ Ukraine, There Was Iraq – and Serbia
October 16, 2020

Today many people remember Iraq, some have a clue about Ukraine. But Serbia, which preceded them, is off the radar screen of most Americans.

Before the Bidens ‘Did’ Ukraine, There Was Iraq – and Serbia
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