By Brian Berletic
With so many countries around the globe still subjected to US influence, either literally occupied by US military forces, or ruled by a government helped into power by significant US assistance (or a combination of…
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By David Kanbergs
Last week, researchers working with Brown University’s Costs of War project released a substantial report detailing the number of indirect deaths caused by the various wars in which the United States has been involved…
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By Cathrin Schaer
Iraq has just banned US-dollar transactions, the Saudis and Emiratis plan to sell oil without it and there are plans to establish a whole new currency to bypass it. To know why, first have a look at the war in Ukraine.
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BY BRANKO MARCETIC
Sanctions are a form of collective punishment. Their costs are overwhelmingly borne by innocent people rather than governments. And they are just another form of war, not an alternative to it. The US’s many sanctions…
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By Steven Simon and Adam Weinstein
Two decades of intervention
March 2023 marked two decades since the U.S. invasion of Iraq. Saddam Hussein is long gone, memories of the post–invasion civil war are fading (from the American mind,…
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By Arezo Farah
For the last twenty years, the leading narratives surrounding foreign intervention in Afghanistan have painted the country as a state-building project. Common buzzwords such as “nation-building”, “fighting terrorists”…
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By Shane Quinn
By 2008 US President George W. Bush was no longer talking about winning in Iraq. Around 500,000 American soldiers had been sent to Iraq between 2003 and 2008, but the US military was unable to overcome the Middle East…
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By Clint Van Winkle
May 1, 2023 marks the 20th anniversary of former President George W. Bush’s Mission Accomplished speech aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln, a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier with a crew of about 5,500 US…
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By Robert Wright
Thanks to the Washington Post blowing comments out of proportion, GOP critics of the withdrawal will use this exaggeration as a cudgel.
“Afghanistan has become a terrorism staging ground again, leak reveals.”
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By Sedat Laçiner
The Cold War order, despite all its risks, offered numerous advantages to both the United States and the Soviet Union. During the Cold War era, the world was split into two opposing camps, and the US and the USSR…
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