Tag: Afghanistan
9/11, Independent Institute and 20 Years of the “War on Terror”
Three Movies that Explore Complexity of the War on Terror
Afghanistan: Two Implications for National Defense
Biden Military Betrays Misguided Priorities
The Sunk Cost Fallacy in the War on Terror
Remember When the CIA Set Back Polio Eradication?
U.S. Withdrawal Agreement from Afghanistan: Progress but Less than Meets the Eye
DOD vs. CIA: Syria Edition
Pay Attention to History
The Military’s “Heroes” and the Scourge of Nationalism
Do Drones Degrade al Qa’ida?
Do Drones Really Reduce Civilian Casualties?
On U.S. Foreign Policy
The Fall of Liberty and Human Dignity in American Sniper
No U.S. Weapons for Countries with Child Soldiers (Oh, You Have a Waiver?)
Never Forget
Arming Syrian Rebels—Afghanistan Deja Vu?
Orwellian Language: Peace Abroad; War at Home
The Veterans’ Administration Has Been a Disaster Since Its Inception
Let’s Start a Tax Revolt with Our iPhones
President Obama: “I’m really good at killing people.”
The Emperor in Denial
The Twisted Premises Implicit in the Drive for War
The U.S. Empire’s Shameful Multiplier Effect
Bush Wasn’t a Conservative and Obama Isn’t a Liberal

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