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Posts Tagged ‘Iraq War’
Tags: ABC, Af-Pak War, Bush Administration, CBS, Chicago Tribune, CNN, David Barstow, Defense Department, FOIA, FOX News, Iraq War, John Cook, military industrial media complex, MSNBC, Newspeak, Obama Administration, PSYOPS, US, US Army, War, War on Terror, WRAL, WTOC
Tags: Af-Pak War, Afghanistan, airstrikes, Bush Administration, CIA, drones, extrajudicial assassination, Iraq War, ISAF, Jason Ditz, libertarian, NATO, Newspeak, NWFP, Obama Administration, Pakistan, War on Terror, Warfare and Conflict, Zardari
Die in a drone strike.
Tags: Af-Pak War, anarchism, anti-Statism, Bradley Manning, history, Iraq War, Kevin Carson, law, libertarian, Mike Rogers, morality, Philosophy, US, war crimes, Warfare and Conflict
Kevin Carson on the most evil PSYOPS of statism: accepting the murder of the state.
Tags: Af-Pak War, Afghanistan, airstrikes, al-Qaeda, Amnesty International, Andy Worthington, Anwar al-Awlaki, AQAP, Ayman al-Zawahiri, bailout, Blackwater, Boeing, BP, copyright, drones, drug war, extrajudicial assassination, Gareth Porter, GE, general strike, global economic crisis, GOP, Greece, Gulf oil spill, India, intellectual property, Iraq, Iraq War, Israel, JSOC, Kashmir, Kevin Carson, Khmer Rouge, Lehman Brothers, Matthew Cassel, Middle East peace process, military industrial complex, Myanmar, national debt, night raids, Pervez Musharraf, TARP, Warfare and Conflict, Wikileaks, WTO, Xe, Yemen
Tags: Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia, civilian casualties, counterterrorism, CT, Iraq, Iraq War, Middle East, Newspeak, Nouri al-Maliki, Obama Administration, Operation New Dawn, US, War
A U.S.-Iraqi night raid results in the deaths of eight civilians weeks after U.S. combat operations were announced as over.
Tags: Abd al-Qadr Muhammed Jassim al-Obaidi, Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia, AQI, Bush Administration, COIN, Hudaiay, Iraq, Iraq War, Iraq withdrawal, Iraqi security forces, Isam Shakar Mizher, Jason Ditz, Middle East, Obama Administration, SOFA, Timothy Williams, War on Terror
Weeks after Obama announced the end of combat operations in the Iraq War, ‘residual troops’ engaged in lethal combat reportedly for the second time over the weekend.
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Tags: Af-Pak War, American Empire, Andrew Bacevich, Bush Administration, China, Clinton Administration, imperialism, Iraq War, NATO, Noam Chomsky, South Korea, US, war games, war spending
Noam Chomsky discusses U.S. political class ‘fears’ relating to China as an emerging superpower.
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Michael Corcoran: Just as the media lied to help us get into a war, they are now lying us out of one.
Tags: al-Qaeda, AntiWar radio, AQI, Ayman al-Zawahiri, Baghdad International Zone, Dawa Party, Green Zone, Iraq, Iraq War, Iraqi Kurdistan, Iraqi National Alliance, Islamic State of Iraq, Iyad Allawi, Middle East, Muqtada al-sadr, Nouri al-Maliki, Osama bin Laden, Patrick Cockburn, Sadrist Movement, Scott Horton, SOFA, Sons of Iraq, State of Law bloc, Sunni Awakening
At AntiWar Radio, Patrick Cockburn discusses the power Muqtada al-Sadr holds in still unresolved March election in Iraq, ‘Al Qaeda in Iraq’ and its distinction from Osama bin Laden’s network, the violent sectarian conditions that remain in post-Surge Iraq, the improbability of a military coup in Baghdad or another full-scale civil war and the devil’s playground of foreign powers created by the cynical political squabbles (16:56):
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