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Is the Iraq war justified?
Is the Iraq war justified?

By Naveed Alam
April 14 2013
 
 
 
After a decade of war, Iraq is still paying a high price of being abused, is …

Israel:imprisonment without trial
Israel:imprisonment without trial

By AFP
June 6th 2012
 
 
JERUSALEM: Israel must free all Palestinians held without charges under so called “administrative detention” orders or give them …

UN warn of Syria civil war
UN  warn of Syria civil war

By AFP
May 27th 2012
 
 
DAMASCUS: The head of a United Nations (UN) mission has warned of “civil war” in Syria after his …

From the inside out: reconciliation is more than possible
From the inside out: reconciliation is more than possible

Voices for Reconciliation
May 22 2012
 
 
Amidst the deep hurt of civil war, many think it impossible to speak with, let alone …

Military campaign in Afghanistan cannot save West from strategic failure
Military campaign in Afghanistan cannot save West from  strategic failure

By Patric Bury
May 21 2012
 
 
Former infantry officer and author of ‘Callsign Hades’, Patrick Bury, recently conducted research on the Afghanistan campaign …

America, Israel, Iran: signals of war
America, Israel, Iran: signals of war

By Paul Rogers
February 6th 2012
A range of military and political developments, from the very rare planned deployment of three …

Shock-and-awe of mega sports events
Shock-and-awe of mega sports events

By Christopher McMichael
January 30th 2012
How mega sporting events bring the logic of war to host-city governance. The example of the football …

Iranians’ choice in the face of war
Iranians’ choice in the face of war

By Arash Falasiri
Signals that military action against Iran is a real danger have been multiplying over the past twelve months. …

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