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Was Donald Rumsfeld Guilty of ‘Dereliction of Duty’ as Pentagon Chief on 9/11?
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Was Donald Rumsfeld Guilty of ‘Dereliction of Duty’ as Pentagon Chief on 9/11?
July 4, 2021

When Rumsfeld’s presence was needed more than ever before in his career, he went missing in action. What exactly was he doing on the morning of 9/11?

How Donald Rumsfeld Micromanaged Torture
July 3, 2021

What Rumsfeld did not mention in all his public protestations of regret over Abu Ghraib was that in the same month of May 2004 he had on his desk a report prepared by the Navy inspector general’s office detailing the interrogation methods, refined in their cruelty, being practiced on Jose Padilla and other inmates in the South Carolina naval brig.

How Donald Rumsfeld Micromanaged Torture
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Should We Celebrate Rumsfeld’s Death?
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Should We Celebrate Rumsfeld’s Death?
July 2, 2021

Rumsfeld was a monster 20 years ago. Today compared to his competition for neocon monster murderer he is a mere footnote in the book of US foreign policy murder history.

VIDEO: Afghanistan’s Drug Production Is a Global Crisis
June 30, 2021

How could poppy production increase with Washington’s bayonets at local’s backs?

VIDEO: Afghanistan’s Drug Production Is a Global Crisis
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Afghanistan’s Drug Production Is a Global Crisis
June 29, 2021

There is a grave international crisis looming, and its base is Afghanistan, Brian Cloughley writes.

What the Pentagon Papers 50th Anniversary Means
June 27, 2021

It was a humid June on the east coast 50 years ago when the New York Times began publishing the Pentagon Papers. The anniversary is worth marking, for reasons sweeping and grand, and for reasons deeply personal.

What the Pentagon Papers 50th Anniversary Means
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Time to Stop Modernizing America’s Nukes and to Start Negotiating Peace
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Time to Stop Modernizing America’s Nukes and to Start Negotiating Peace
June 22, 2021

The three-quarters of a century since the end of World War II has been a gigantic waste of time, lives and human potential with the US, sadly, being the prime driver of most of the madness. It’s time for the US to lead us all out of this war-mongering madness and into an era of peace.

The Pentagon Papers’ Legacy After 50 Years
June 21, 2021

On this anniversary we look at individuals like Daniel Ellsberg and reporters like those at the Times and know it is possible for individuals with courage to make a difference. That is something worth remembering, and celebrating, even 50 years after the fact.

The Pentagon Papers’ Legacy After 50 Years
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