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Posts Tagged ‘war games’
Tags: Abdu Rahman, ACLU, Af-Pak War, airstrikes, Andy Worthington, antiwar activism, arms trading, Brazil, C.J. Chivers, Carol Rosenberg, China, Chris Hedges, Dahr Jamail, Death Penalty, domestic surveillance, domestic terrorism, drones, electoral politics, Eric Garris, false flag operation, FBI, Federal Reserve, fiat money, FOREX, Glenn Greenwald, gold, Great Recesseion, Guantanamo Bay, Iran, Israel, Jason Ditz, Kaveh L. Afrasiabi, Kyrgyzstan, Lockheed MArtin, Middle East, Middle East peace process, military industrial complex, NAM, Noah Shachtman, Obama Administration, Omar Khadr, Pakistan, Paul O'Mahoney, Peace Now, Pittsburgh G-20 Summit, privacy rights, racism, Saudi Arabia, Scott Horton, settlement expansion, Sheldon Richman, Somalia, Stephen Walt, Sweden, Tom Engelhardt, UAE, Wall Street, war games, Warfare and Conflict, West Bank, William Fisher
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.
Tags: Afghanistan, Ali Abunimah, ANC, AP, China, Cordoba House, Donna Baranski-Walker, DR Congo, Farhana Qazi, general strike, Ground Zero Mosque, Guantanamo Bay, Hama, Hugo Chavez, India, Iraq, Iraq reconstruction, Iraq War, Islamic Center of Murfreesboro, Israel, Jacob Zuma, Kandahar Surge, Kashmir, Leo Casey, medical marijuana, military industrial complex, military tribunal, Omar Khadr, Pakistan, Park51, PSCs, raq, Rwanda genocide, settlements, Somalia, South Africa, South Korea, tax exemption, Ted Rall, US, Venezuela, war games, Wikipedia, Zionism
Tags: Af-Pak War, Afghanistan, Aisha, Albert Hunt, arms trading, atheism, Boeing, Damin Vrabel, David Petraeus, David Stockman, domestic surveillance, DPRK, Ethan Huff, Federal Reserve, fiat money, global currency, Gold standard, Goldman Sachs, Guantanamo Bay, Harakat-ul Jihad al-Islami, Hugo Chavez, HUJI, IMF, India, Iran, Islam, Israel, Justin Raimondo, Kibbutzim, Kunduz, Max Keiser, military industrial complex, North Korea, NPT, nuclear proliferation, OTC derivatives, privacy rights, protectionism, Ranjit Devraj, Saudi Arabia, SCOTUS, South Korea, Spencer Ackerman, Stefan Molyneux, Stoning, Taliban, UN, US, Venezuela, Vietnam, war games
Tags: Aegis System, Af-Pak War, Afghanistan, arms trading, ballistic missiles, BP, Charlie Rangel, China, Congo, counterterrorism, CT, Death Penalty, DRC, drug war, economic sanctions, EU, extrajudicial assassinations, Guantanamo Bay, Gulf oil spill, Hamid Karzai, human rights, Iran, Iraq War, Israel, Justin Raimondo, media, Mike Mullen, missile defense, NATO, oil, Pakistan, parenting, Robert Fisk, Romania, Spain, Spencer Ackerman, Stefan Molyneux, Taliban, UN, UN Security Council, universal jurisdiction, UNSC, war games, Wikileaks