All Articles on Afghanistan

It seems when we are the victims, its news; when they are it isn't. (Photo: Flickr/Asian Development Bank/CC) Views
Not for Prime Time:“US Kills 951 Civilians!”
These were regular, men, women, children, grandparents, aunt's, uncles, and cousins who succumbed to American bullets and bombs.
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With US Dropping 'More and More Bombs,' Afghan Civilian Deaths Hit Record High in 2018
Over 3,000 civilians died in Afghanistan last year including more than 900 children
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Swedish Activist Fined for Viral Live-Streamed Protest Against Deportation of Afghan Asylum Seeker
"It is right to save lives and wrong to be punished for trying."
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Muhammad Ali teaching a “relational learning circle” class during orientation at the APV Borderfree . (Photo: Dr. Hakim) Views
What it Really Takes to Secure Peace in Afghanistan
Constant military surveillance of Afghans yields almost no real intelligence about the problems they face each day. An unusual group of volunteers uses a far different approach
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What term best describes a war that has cost something like a trillion dollars, killed and maimed tens of thousands, and produced a protracted stalemate? (Photo: JCS via Flickr) Views
Lost in TrumpWorld: What Matters and What Doesn't
War in the shadows (of you know who)
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Pro-government supporters attend a rally against U.S. President Donald Trump in Caracas, Venezuela in 2018. (Photo: Ueslei Marcelino/Reuters) Views
Venezuela: The U.S.'s 68th Regime Change Disaster
The only things that will force such a radical change in U.S. policy are public outrage, education and organizing, and international solidarity with the people of Venezuela
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Despite media’s agonizing over a potential drawdown of American empire, it’s still unlikely that Trump will ever withdraw completely from Afghanistan.(Photo: Screenshot) Views
Media Rally Around ‘Forever War’ in Afghanistan
Corporate media needn’t worry: At least under a Donald Trump presidency, the US empire isn’t going anywhere soon.
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Afghan security officials inspect the scene of a 2017 suicide car bombing in Kandahar province. (Photo: AP) Views
A Brief History of Our Longest, Most Futile War
The grand plan to transform Afghanistan into a democracy by force was a U.S. imperial fantasy
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Voting Against McConnell Amendment, Sanders Says 'American People Do Not Want Endless War'
While rejecting Trump's "reckless" foreign policy, said senator, "It is the job of Congress to responsibly end these military interventions and bring our troops home."
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Defying War and Defining Peace in Afghanistan
Since 2001, and at a cost of $800 billion, the U.S. military has caused irreparable and horrific losses in Afghanistan
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