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2003 Invasion of Art and Artifacts

Iraqi artifacts have been subjected to frequent looting and vandalism since the invasion by the United States in 2003, the most severe of which was in 2014. The country has recovered over 18,000 smuggled artifacts in one year, mostly from the…
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Death of US Imperialism

U.S. imperialism is declining because the parasitic system of capitalism upon which U.S. imperialism is built on, is running out of recourses and nations to consume
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US Nation Building in Afghanistan through Mining

Afghanistan is one of the richest mining regions of the world, with untapped resources valued at approximately $3 trillion. Rare earth elements essential to lithium batteries, computer chips, and other technologies have attracted geopolitical…
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US Defense Budget Trims Millions of Dollars Benefiting Terrorist Group

US military budget for 2023 cuts millions of dollars in military aid that would have aided terrorist groups in northern Syria and northern Iraq, but still leaves millions more for the groups, which threaten the Turkish border and local civ…

How War Effects US Presidential Approval

According to a poll conducted by Pew, USA president George Bush had a 70% approval rating the week before his Mission Accomplished speech in Iraq war. It would never reach that again and the Iraq war divided America. The president’s approval…
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Cost of US Invasion of Iraq for Each US Taxpayer

Invading Iraq cost the US $2 trillion directly. That’s nearly $9,000 for each taxpayer in the US. However, the Iraq War cannot be divorced from the Afghan War, the larger Global War on Terror or this century’s militarism, which has seen…
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US Nation Building in Afghanistan

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), said that after USA hasty withdrawal, 28.3 million people in Afghanistan need humanitarian aid, of which 23% are women, 54% are children, and 8.3% of them are with…

Americans have sent more money to Ukraine than Russia on War

Americans have sent more money to Ukraine than Russia spends on its annual military budget. Russia spends about US$65 to 70 billion a year. The US sent more than $100 billion, including non-military aid, and plus there are the other NATO countries…

The Reality of USA Military Aid to Ukraine

US President Joe Biden announced nearly half a billion more dollars of US military aid to Ukraine during a surprise visit to Kyiv this week. That's on top of billions the US has already spent on Ukraine's conflict with Russia. Congress appropriated…