Category: Terror War

Ira Chernus: America’s New Vietnam in the Middle East

A Civil War Story About the Islamic State Might Spark a Peace Movement

Edward S. Herman: Western Aggression: The Highest Form of Terrorism

The propaganda system is in fact a constituent of the permanent war system, hence a reliable supporter of wholesale terrorism

Joris Leverink: Turkish PM Tries to Frame Syrian Kurds for Istanbul Bombing

Unanswered questions and irregularities about the Istanbul bombing leave room for interpretation – used by Turkish government to set the agenda

Milan Rai: Homegrown Terrorism: How Not to Stop It

The men who have carried out al-Qaeda-style attacks in Europe all grew up irreligious. It’s not about Islam as a religion, but as a community.

Robert Fisk: Pakistan university assault

A warning for Turkey as Islamists turn on their old allies in Peshawar

Juan Cole: Obama: Islamophobia harms US Interests; Daesh/ISIL a dangerous Fringe

President Obama’s last State of the Union address this year was largely lacking in specifics and replete with high ideals and ambitious goals like curing cancer. But he did address some issues in everyday politics. One of the more powerful moments came when he implicitly attacked Donald Trump and several other GOP presidential candidates for Read more…

Mark Harris: Barbarians of the World, Unite(d)

Drones and the Imperial Mind-Set

Rebecca Gordon: America Revisits the Dark Side

Candidates Compete to Promise the Most Torture and Slaughter

Paul Street: Regime Change Madness: Hillary, Obama and Murderous Mayhem in the Muslim World

Obama and Clinton have pursued aggressive policies of regime change

Preeti Kaur: Shaker Amer’s Challenge: Will Blair Amnesty Help Chilcot?

In the ‘war on terror’ the right to truth is unlikely to be realized, as governments deflect accountability behind national security shields

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