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Syria:  The American War on Civilians

Syria: The American War on Civilians

By Laura Gottesdiener | ( Tomdispatch.com ) | - - It was midday on Sunday, May 7th, when the U.S.-led coalition warplanes again began bombing the neighborhood of Wassim Abdo’s family. They…

Top Ten Ways your Taxes pay for Endless War

By William D. Hartung | ( Tomdispatch.com) | - - You wouldn’t know it, based on the endless cries for more money coming from the military, politicians, and the president, but these…
Not Winning in Afghanistan: Why?

Not Winning in Afghanistan: Why?

By Solaiman M. Fazel | (Informed Comment) | - - Candidate Trump in his dynamic public rallies repeatedly criticized the former U.S. president for not winning anymore. Trump also mentioned, “If I’m…
The Violent “American Century”

The Violent “American Century”

By John Feffer | (FPIF) | Originally published in Korea Quarterly | - - The last near-century of American dominance was extraordinarily violent. Is it coming to an end? John Dower is…
America Should stay the Course with Rouhani

America Should stay the Course with Rouhani

By Robert Harvey | (Project Syndicate) | - - LONDON – Hassan Rouhani has won re-election as Iran’s president in a landslide, meaning that it is he who will be dealing with…
Was US Airstrike on Syrian Mosque a War Crime?

Was US Airstrike on Syrian Mosque a War Crime?

Human Rights Watch | - - (Washington, DC) – United States forces appear to have failed to take necessary precautions to avoid civilian casualties in a March 16, 2017 strike that killed…