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Why Did We Invade Iraq Anyway?
Wednesday, November 7, 2007
Why then did the U.S. invade Iraq? Why is occupying Iraq so "vital" to those "national security interests" of ours? None of this makes sense if you don't have the patience to drill a little beneath the surface – and into the past; if you don't take into account that, as former Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz once put it, Iraq "floats on a sea of oil"; and if you don't consider the decades-long U.S. campaign to control, in some fashion, Middle East energy reservoirs. If not, then you can't understand the incredible tenaciousness with which George W. Bush and his top officials have pursued their Iraqi dreams or why -- now that those dreams are clearly so many nightmares -- even the Democrats can't give up the ghost.
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Seven Questions: A Conversation with Zbigniew Brzezinski
Thursday, November 1, 2007
Vladimir Putin’s Russia is growing more authoritarian at home and increasingly aggressive abroad. China’s global clout seems to expand by the day. And in the Middle East, a possible conflict with Iran looms on the horizon. For insights on this dangerous new world, FP turned to Zbigniew Brzezinski, former U.S. national security advisor, author, and all-around foreign-policy guru.
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A War that Can Never be Won
Thursday, November 1, 2007
The negative impacts of Washington's unilateral sanctions on certain countries must shock any conscientious human being. Certainly the US is not blind to the consequences of brute military force, war or any other destructive activity, or is it?
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Berserker Cheney Escalates Push for World War III
Thursday, November 1, 2007
The Bush Administration, led by Vice President Dick Cheney, has again escalated its drive for senseless military action against Iran, through a combination of new unilateral sanctions against the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), and a new hyperventilating propaganda push, led by the Vice President and President, aimed at provoking Tehran into providing a pretext for war.
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Bush’s Dangerous Liaisons
Thursday, November 1, 2007
MUCH as George W. Bush’s presidency was ineluctably shaped by Sept. 11, 2001, so the outbreak of the French Revolution was symbolized by the events of one fateful day, July 14, 1789. And though 18th-century France may seem impossibly distant to contemporary Americans, future historians examining Mr. Bush’s presidency within the longer sweep of political and intellectual history may find the French Revolution useful in understanding his curious brand of 21st- century conservatism.
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Busy Bush Has Time to Run the World
Thursday, November 1, 2007
President Bush has been a busy man. Even though the quagmire in Iraq threatens to worsen as Turkey prepares to invade the Kurdish north, Bush has time to undertake the arduous task of preventing World War III and begin the transition to democracy in Cuba. How does he do it?!
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Christian/Jewish Fascism Awareness Week
Thursday, November 1, 2007
Rightwing U.S. Christians and Jews continue to escalate their anti Muslim jihad, bent on waging endless war against a billion of the world's people.
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Explosive Charge Blows up in US's Face
Thursday, November 1, 2007
When the United States military command accused the Iranian Quds Force in January of providing the armor-piercing EFPs (explosively formed penetrators) that were killing US troops, it knew that Iraqi machine shops had been producing their own EFPs for years, a review of the historical record of evidence on EFPs in Iraq shows.
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Forces of Good and Evil Lining up for the Ultimate Battle: Iran
Thursday, November 1, 2007
Bush Administrations has just announced new sanctions against Iran. This has been widely interpreted as another step in Bushies’ march to war with Iran. Many are concerned and see the dangers of war as imminent. Others are openly advocating for U.S. aggression against Iran and they scream for bombardment of another nation, just because we can!
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Iran Adapts to Economic Pressure
Thursday, November 1, 2007
Confronted by mounting U.S. and U.N. pressure, Iran has been steadily shifting its trade from West to East and, with the benefit of record high oil prices, is likely to be able to withstand the new U.S. sanctions, according to U.S., European and Iranian analysts.
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