Category: War Terrorism

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Vincent Emanuele: Understanding Blowback, Violence and Uprisings

If you can’t understand why some communities are lashing out, I suggest spending more time in cities and suburbs such as Detroit, La Chêne Pointu, Cleveland, Bondy, Stockton, or Corbeil-Essonnes

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Pepe Escobar: ​Who profits from killing Charlie?

So this, in the heart of Europe, is what blowback feels like. This is what people feel in the Waziristans when a wedding party is incinerated by a Hellfire missile

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Richard Falk: Terrorism, Torture, and the Problem of Evil in Our Time

A look st Confessions of a Terrorist: a novel by Richard Jackson

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Karen J. Greenberg: Fighting the Last War

Will the War on Terror Be the Template for the Ebola Crisis?

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Justin Podur: Small Genocides

Hitler saw the expansion of the United States and the destruction of the indigenous populations of the Americas as a model

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Amira Hass: In Rafah, hospital morgues cannot hold all the bodies

In the 24 hours after the collapse of the cease-fire, 123 civilians were killed in Rafah alone, including 30 children and 14 women, Palestinians say

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Medea Benjamin: So Obama Really Can Close Gitmo

By releasing the five Guantánamo prisoners without prior Congressional approval, President Obama has blown away the excuse that his hands are tied by Congress

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David Swanson: Why I Don’t Want to See the Drone Memo

I don’t want to see the memo that David Barron wrote “legalizing” the killing of U.S. citizens with drone strikes, after which (or is it beforehand?) I’ll decide whether he should be a federal judge

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Pratap Chatterjee: The Three Faces of Drone War

Speaking Truth From the Robotic Heavens

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David Swanson: Is a Policy a Law? Is Murder Murder?

Notice those words: “legally” and “policy.” No longer does U.S. media make a distinction between the two

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