Category: Iraq

Vincent Emanuele: The Iraq War: 18 Years Later

I long ago forgave myself for participating in the war. I no longer lose sleep over it. These days, I lose sleep over our inability to develop political institutions capable of providing an alternative to capitalism and empire, racism and patriarchy, ecological devastation, and violence

Nancy Mancias: Gendered Experiences of Genocide: Anfal Survivors in Kurdistan-Iraq

Review of Gendered experience of genocide: Anfal survivors of Kurdistan-Iraq – (Voices of development management), by Choman Hardi

Rod Driver: The Illusion of Democracy 2: Power and Secrecy

If Britain and the US had genuine democracies, where the views of ordinary people matter, the invasion, slaughter and torture in Iraq would not have happened

Martin Chulov: ‘Our Blood is Cheaper than Water’: Anger in Iraq Over Trump Pardons

Biden to be lobbied to reverse decision to pardon security guards jailed over massacre

Andrew J. Bacevich: Reflections on Vietnam and Iraq

The Lessons of Two Failed Wars

Collective 20: The Iraq War Logs, The War on Whistleblowers, and Lessons Learned From a Decade of WikiLeaks Revelations

What did we learn from the Iraq War Logs?

Louis Yako: Seagulls Without a Sea

Days at Internally Displaced Persons Camps in Iraq

Rod Driver: The War Crimes of Bush and Blair – Afghanistan and Iraq

For all practical purposes, Iraq has now been destroyed. It no longer exists as a single country and has disintegrated into regional power bases, with widespread ethnic cleansing in each region

Dahr Jamail: Life in the US Has the Hallmarks of a “Low-Grade War Zone”

Are we going to accept that we have a government that is out to get us?

Joann Wypijewski: ‘Collateral Murder’

The soldiers, on the other hand, unextolled, opposed “the destructive policies of our nation’s leaders” and made a plea for honoring “our common humanity.”

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