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War in Iraq

War in Iraq

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Women Vets of Color Speak Out

Colorlines, News feature, Michelle Chen, Aug 02, 2008

A third of female veterans are women of color. Three of them shared their stories with Colorlines.


Success in U.S. Iranian Negotiations Depends on Cultural Knowledge

New America Media, News analysis, William O. Beeman, Jul 24, 2008

U.S. and Iranian representatives met for the first time in almost 3 decades. Nothing substantive happened, and yet it was a diplomatic watershed.

In Iraq -- A Generation with No Education

International Rescue Committee, Q&A, Staff, Jul 15, 2008

"We're really afraid that there's going to be a generation of children who missed out on primary and secondary education," says international relief worker Aidan Goldsmith.

I Want My Al Jazeera -- Vermont Town Debates Access

New America Media, News Report , Jalal Ghazi, Jul 11, 2008

The battle over diversity in the media came to a head in the town of Burlington, Vt. in a heated debate over whether to continue airing the award-winning news channel Al Jazeera English.


Open Letter to Senator Obama: Please Reconsider Iran

Iranian.com, Commentary, Bob Petrusak, Jul 09, 2008

Given the Wests long-term stifling of Iranian democracy, it is disingenuous to denounce Iran as the greatest strategic challenge to our nation in the Middle East.


Will the U.S. Support Terrorists to Destabilize Iran?

New America Media, News Analysis, William O. Beeman, Jul 07, 2008

All attempts to justify a military attack on Iran have failed and the US is now looking at supporting fringe and terrorist groups to destabilize the country. Will it work?

Back to School: A Veteran Goes from Iraq to College

New America Media, News Feature, Amanda Martinez, Jun 21, 2008

Many veterans who come home to unemployment, home foreclosures, and food stamps are fighting for the one thing that can get them back on top an education.


US-Iran Relations: The Fourth Option

Iranian.com, Commentary, Assad Homayoun, Jun 21, 2008

The Islamic Republic would actually welcome either of two misguided U.S. strategies negotiations or war. Both strategies will strengthen their repressive control over Iran and will allow them to extend their strategic hegemony over much of the Middle East, and the Indian Ocean region.


The Price of Dissent: 1st Lt. Watada's Future Still a Mystery

Pacific Citizen, News report, Pacific Citizen Staff, Jun 14, 2008

Seven months after a federal judge prevented the Army from a second court-martial, no new paperwork has been filed.


Saber Rattling the Saudis Wont Bring Gas Prices Down

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Jun 12, 2008

Washingtons effort to increase oil production in Saudi Arabia is more political theatre than effective policy. U.S. dependence on Saudi oil is too embedded for saber rattling.

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