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What do we mean by United States of War?!

It means that there are less than 200 countries in the world, yet more than 800 US military bases around the world in more than 90 countries.
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After Afghanistan, what kind of wars does Pentagon want to fight?

by : Anna Mulrine Grobe , CSMONITOR As the last of the U.S. forces withdrew from Afghanistan and closed the books on the longest war in American history, the general consensus seemed to be that politicians won’t be asking the Pentagon…
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Trump Calls US ‘Humiliated’ After Afghanistan, Haitian Migrants Crisis

Former President Donald Trump on Monday seized on the Homeland Security secretary’s admission that more than 12,000 Haitian migrants had been released into the US and the Biden administration’s bungled military withdrawal from Afghanistan…

Fiasco: The American Military Adventure in Iraq, 2003 to 2005

by : Thomas E. Ricks , Amazon Link Thomas Edwin "Tom" Ricks (born September 25, 1955) is an American journalist and author who specializes in the military and national security issues. He is a two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize for National…

Withdrawing Coalition Forces Would ‘Put Iraq in Danger’: KRG Official

The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government’s (KRG) Foreign Relations Department said he was concerned over the withdrawal of international coalition forces from Iraq, saying national forces are not equipped to handle the threat of increased…
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U.S. Intensifies Airstrikes in Afghanistan as Taliban Offensive Nears Kandahar

The U.S. has stepped up airstrikes in southern Afghanistan amid growing apprehension over a Taliban offensive threatening Kandahar, the country’s second-largest city and spiritual capital of the Taliban movement. The fall of Kandahar would…
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Coalition Says Iraq Base Housing US Troops Hit in Drone Attack

A military base in northern Iraq that hosts United States troops has been hit in a rocket attack, the latest to target Washington’s presence in the country. Local media said the attack targeted a base near al-Harir, 70km (45 miles) northeast…
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Analysis: How Afghan War Showed Limits of US Military Power

By : Robert Burns , AP WASHINGTON (AP) — It took only two months for U.S. invaders to topple the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2001, a seemingly tidy success against a government that had given refuge to 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden. Twenty…

America’s War For The Greater Middle East: A Military History

by : Andrew J. Bacevich , Amazon Link Andrew J. Bacevich has authored a series of books on US imperialism and military power. His latest work, America's War For The Greater Middle East: A Military History, is the latest in a series that,…
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Report: U.S. Strikes Shiite Militias on Iraq-Syria Border

Arab media outlets report an airstrike against a target belonging to Shiite militias in Iraq, close to its border with Syria. According to the reports, the attack was apparently carried out by the U.S. The London-based Syrian Observatory for…