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Mission accomplished! The never-ending story of how to mess up Afghanistan
The disastrous history of “blowback”, not just on devastated Afghanistan, but on New York City and Washington, is painfully well known and not yet over. Not by half.
Israel has made 600,000 Palestinians homeless and is turning Gaza into a super-max prison
According to the UN, 100,000 homes have been destroyed or damaged, leaving nearly one in three of Gaza’s population homeless or in urgent need of humanitarian help.
Today Britain celebrates its soldiers who died and neglects those who survived: just like World War I
There are only three times politicians truly love a soldier: when the war is on, in the run up to elections and once a year for ten minutes or so around Remembrance Sunday.
UKIP-style memorial prettifies the first world war in a sea of red poppies
What does it say about Britain in 2014 that we remember our own dead and do not mourn the German or French or Russian victims?
Who killed captain Richard Holloway in Afghanistan? Now the war is over his real killers can be named
None of the usual suspects - from the Taliban to a 'rogue' Afghan soldier - was responsible for the death of UK army captain Richard Holloway.
Britain made only one mistake in its war on Afghanistan: going there in the first place
How could the litany of failure in Afghanistan possibly have been worth the deaths of hundreds of British and uncounted thousands of Afghan lives?
Britain's debacle in Afghanistan: if only the anti-war voices had been heeded
You would never guess from the media reports of British troops leaving Afghanistan that the war was a catastrophe for the Afghan people and the invading armies alike.
What value does the media give to the life of a child? Not much if you are Palestinian
When Israeli and Palestinian children are killed, the media, like Israel, is guilty of valuing some of these lives more than others.
Noam Chomsky: So the US is a terrorist rogue state - what's wrong with that?
In western political culture, it is taken to be entirely natural and appropriate that the United States should be a terrorist rogue state, immune to law and civilized norms.
Why I will wear a white poppy to honour the dead on Remembrance Day
People buy the red poppy to support soldiers returning from war, but the best way to protect their interests is to stop sending them into these disastrous conflicts in the first place.
Canada at war for 13 years: so why the shock that a 'terrorist' attacked its soldiers?
A country doesn't get to run around for years wallowing in war glory, invading, rendering and bombing others, without the risk of having violence brought back to it.
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