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Killing the messenger
Israel's campaign of targeting Gaza's journalists is the latest chapter in a history of violence against local media.
Last updated: 23 Dec 2012 15:06 GMT
Sucking up to the military brass
Whether in Afghanistan, Africa or Washington, the US military controls the lion's share of the money and resources.
William J. Astore
Last updated: 04 Dec 2012 10:04 GMT
The dogs of war are barking
With constant media attention, the Republican candidates have driven home the notion that "Iran has nuclear weapons".
Last updated: 05 Nov 2012 13:56 GMT
A failed formula for worldwide war
How the empire changed its face, but not its nature.
Last updated: 29 Oct 2012 10:56 GMT
Obama against the world
Obama's people are focused on the election, but the question is: Will he make it to November 7 and a second term?
Last updated: 28 Sep 2012 03:53 GMT
How not to reconstruct Iraq, Afghanistan - or the US
Why has the US spent so much money and time "so disastrously trying to rebuild occupied nations abroad"?
Peter Van Buren
Last updated: 28 Aug 2012 07:48 GMT
Impunity at home, rendition abroad
The modern US urge to torture did not begin on September 12, 2001, but can be traced back to the Cold War.
Alfred W McCoy
Last updated: 17 Aug 2012 13:12 GMT
Magic and the machine
Can firm distinctions be drawn between the natural and supernatural, between fantasy and technology?
Lewis H Lapham
Last updated: 30 Jun 2012 19:37 GMT
Bangladesh troops lead global peacekeeping
The South Asian nation contributes more personnel to UN's peacekeeping operations than any other country in the world.
Last updated: 29 May 2012 18:47 GMT
No accountability for torture
A US appeals court dismissed a case brought by Jose Padilla, a terrorism suspect detained without charges and tortured.
Last updated: 10 May 2012 09:07 GMT
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