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Afghanistan: The War That Shames America
Lessons so painfully learned by America in the Vietnam War have been completely forgotten and the same mistakes repeated
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The Human Cost of War for Afghan Children
Youth growing up in Afghanistan today have never known peace, and after almost two decades of U.S. development efforts, living conditions in the country may be worse than when the so-called "peacemaking" started in 2001
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'Your Bombs Are Killing Victims Here': U.S.-Made Bomb Hit School Bus in Attack That Killed 40 Yemeni Children
Munitions experts confirmed that a Lockheed Martin-produced bomb was behind the deaths of dozens in last week's attack
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'He Belongs in The Hague': MSNBC Slammed for Handing Erik Prince Megaphone to Sell Trump (Again) on Privatizing Afghan War
"What if—hear me out—instead of privatizing the war in Afghanistan, we ended it. Crazy, I know. But, maybe..."
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Sea of Tears: The Tragedy of Families Split by the Korean War
'How can there be a half-century of separation between brothers and sisters, between parents and children?'
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Trump Snubbed McCain. The Media Snubbed the Rest of Us.
The media treated Trump's petty snub of John McCain as a bigger controversy than the $717 billion Pentagon bill named for the Arizona senator.
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If You Put an Old W. Bush Crony in Charge of Iran Policy, Doesn’t It Signal a War-Like Intention?
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has appointed Brian H. Hook , the State Department director of policy planning, to head a coordinated “Iran Action Group.” Hook served in several important posts in the George W. Bush administration, indicating his support for lying the country into war with Iraq and...
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The War Piece to End All War Pieces
(Or How to Fight a War of Ultimate Repetitiousness)
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'I've Got a Bad Feeling About This': Making Analysts Nervous, Trump Reportedly Relaxing Cyber-Warfare Rules
While the precise implications of Trump's move are unclear, critics called the rule reversal a "huge deal" and expressed alarm about what lax restrictions on cyberweapon use could mean under Trump's direction
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Shed Not a Tear for War Criminal John Brennan, Say Legal Experts, But Also Recognize Danger of Trump Abusing Power to Punish Critics
"The First Amendment does not permit the president to revoke security clearances to punish his critics."
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