Rojava, the Kurdish area in northern Syria, is undergoing (and possibly cementing) a revolution
40 Years Later, Will the End Games in Iraq and Afghanistan Follow the Vietnam Playbook?
In the U.S., those in charge of the Empire don’t fret over the deaths of Iraqi children. Hell, they don’t shed a tear for poor or dying U.S. children, so why should we expect the managers of Empire to offer any mercy to the enemy?
Twelve Years Later, We Know the Winner in Iraq: Iran
Not only does the conventional wisdom in U.S. media blame the bloody exploits of IS on the region itself, as if the U.S. and western interventionism are not, in any way, factors at least worth pondering
The United States is now involved in two air wars in the Middle East, not to mention more widespread drone actions
I’m not prescribing martyrdom for the movement. I’m simply wondering what sort of sacrifices, discipline and commitment it will take to stop the most powerful military machine in the world?
The Iraqi people, once the envy of the Arab world for their outstanding educational and health-care systems, have been reduced to a nation of refugees, flung across the Middle East
The United States’ complicity, along with its satellites and allies, in the rise of ISIS, goes back at least to the late Cold War era
While images of Êzîdî women in the media have largely portrayed them as voiceless victims, the stories of the hundreds of women who have escaped or resisted Daesh attacks remain less widely told