All Articles on War & Peace

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Forcing Down Evo Morales's Plane was an Act of Air Piracy
Denying the Bolivian president air space was a metaphor for the gangsterism that now rules the world
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Imposing Syria 'No Fly Zone' Would Be Act of War, Warn Critics
Peace advocates and policy experts say euphemistic term belies reality that massive bombing campaign would come first
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Iraq's ministry of social affairs estimates 4.5 million children have lost one or both parents. This means 14% of the population are orphans. (Photograph: Reuters) Views
We've Moved on from the Iraq War – But Iraqis Don't Have that Choice
Like characters from The Great Gatsby, Britain and the US have arrogantly turned their backs and left a country in ruins
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Obama to Address 'Endless War' in Speech, But No Moves to 'End It' Yet
Anticipated speech will discuss targeted killing, drone warfare, and Guantanamo Bay prison
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Body of Zahra Shahid Hussain, a senior female politician from cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan's Tehreek-e-Insaf party, is carried at a hospital in Karachi News
Gunmen Kill Female Leader in Imran Khan's Political Party in Pakistan
A senior member of Imran Khan's Movement for Justice party (PTI) was shot dead on Saturday outside the gates of her home in Karachi, Pakistan, hours before several re-elections were scheduled to take place in the country on Sunday. Zohra Hussain, 59, was a senior vice-president of the PTI in the...
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Liz McAlister’s Fearsome Mom-ness
My mom is fearless. No, really, I mean it. When my brother and I were little, we got our bikes stolen a lot. We were easy marks — pudgy, white and well-meaning, living in a tall crowded row house full of white, well-meaning people. “Hey shorty, lemme hold that bike.” We would “share” and the bike...
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Supporters of former cricket star-turned-politician, and leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, Imran Khan celebrate the primary unofficial results of the country's parliamentary elections in Lahore, Pakistan on Saturday, May 11, 2013. News
Vote Rigging? Charges Fly in Pakistan As Election Results Announced
New PM Sharif: Conservative who advocates free-market economics and is likely to pursue more privatization and deregulation
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Imran Kahn supporters stretched out for kilometers Thursday evening, May 9, 2013 in Islamabad, Pakistan. (Photo/Facebook) News
Imran Khan's 'Tsunami' Sweeps Nation as Pakistan Prepares to Vote
Anti-Drone, Anti-Corruption platform strikes a chord with millions.
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11 Afghan Children Among Dead in Latest US/NATO Bombing
Civilians 'killed when an air strike hit their houses'
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What a Third Korean War Would Look Like
The intensifying war of words between North Korea, the United States and ally South Korea could ignite a major conflict. The likely trigger would be a small clash at sea, in the air, or along the Demilitarized Zone dividing the two Koreas. What would a war in Korea look like? First, nuclear...
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