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Afghanistan War Resister to “Put the War on Trial”
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Jueves, 16 de julio del 2009

by Dahr Jamail July 14, 2009 US Army Specialist Victor Agosto served a 13-month deployment in Iraq with the 57th Expeditionary Signal Battalion. “What I did there, I know I contributed to death and human suffering,” Agosto told Truthout from Fort Hood, in Killeen, Texas, in May, “It’s hard to quantify how much I caused, but I [...]

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Countries ‘Wasting Money and Blood’ in Afghanistan
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Sábado, 11 de julio del 2009

by Sophia Gardner July 3, 2009 A politician who has been described as “the bravest woman in Afghanistan” says that military intervention is not the way to find democracy in the war-torn county. Malalai Joya gained international attention for standing before Afghanistan’s constitutional grand assembly and accusing her country’s leaders of war crimes, human rights violations and supporting [...]

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Adding up the true costs of two wars
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Viernes, 10 de julio del 2009

by Joseph Stiglitz and Linda J. Bilmes July 7, 2009 Last week the U.S. “stood down” in Iraq, finalizing the pullout of 140,000 troops from Iraqi cities and towns — the first step on the long path home. After more than six years, most Americans are war-weary, even though a smaller percentage of us have been involved [...]

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Cuando la tortura mata: Sobre diez de los asesinatos perpetrados en las prisiones estadounidenses en Afganistán
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Miércoles, 8 de julio del 2009

por Andy Worthington 1 de julio, 2009 En estos últimos días se ha estado discutiendo mucho acerca de la publicación, largamente esperada (y dos veces retrasada), del Informe de 2004 del Inspector General de la CIA, que, como Glenn Greenwald explicó el martes [30 de junio], “cuestiona con toda firmeza la eficacia y la legalidad” de las [...]

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Unmanned drones could be banned, says senior judge
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Lunes, 6 de julio del 2009

Unmanned drones could be banned from use in conflicts, Lord Bingham, one of Britain’s most senior judges has suggested. by Murray Wardrop July 6, 2009 Lord Bingham, who retired last year as a senior law lord, said the aircraft could follow other weapons considered “so cruel as to be beyond the pale of human tolerance” in being consigned [...]

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Refusing to Comply: The Tactics of Resistance in an All-Volunteer Military
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Sábado, 4 de julio del 2009

By Dahr Jamail June 30, 2009 [Research support for this article was provided by the Investigative Fund at the Nation Institute.] On May 1st at Fort Hood in central Texas, Specialist Victor Agosto wrote on a counseling statement, which is actually a punitive U.S. Army memo: “There is no way I will deploy to Afghanistan. The occupation is [...]

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Operation Enduring Folly: US Kills 60 More in Pakistan Air Strike
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Miércoles, 24 de junio del 2009

by Pierre Tristam June 24, 2009 “Operation Enduring Freedom is ostensibly being fought to uphold the American Way of Life. It’ll probably end up undermining it completely,” the Indian writer Arundhati Roy wrote in 2001, in “The Algebra of Infinite Justice.” Roy took a lot of grief for that piece from American public opinion, hijacked at the [...]

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Words and War
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Jueves, 18 de junio del 2009

by Norman Solomon June 8, 2009 It takes at least tacit faith in massive violence to believe that after three decades of horrendous violence in Afghanistan, upping the violence there will improve the situation. Despite the pronouncements from high Washington places that the problems of Afghanistan can’t be solved by military means, 90 percent of the spending for [...]

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“A Perfect Storm for Disaster” Brewing With Washington’s “Unprecedented” Shadow Army
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Martes, 16 de junio del 2009

As US troops and private contractors surge in Afghanistan, a new report reveals a system rife with abuse. Also, why is an executive of a major war contractor on the commission investigating contractors?

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U.N. Official Calls for Review of American Raids
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Domingo, 14 de junio del 2009

By ADAM B. ELLICK Published: June 13, 2009 KABUL, Afghanistan — In unusually firm remarks, the chief of the United Nations mission in Afghanistan said there was an “urgent need to review” the Special Operations forces here.

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