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War in Iraq

War in Iraq

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America Has Yet to Grasp the Cost of Losing in Afghanistan

Pakistanlink, Opinion, Dr Akbar S. Ahmed , Oct 21, 2009

General Stanley McChrystal has all but admitted defeat in Afghanistan. Unless he gets an additional 40,000 troops, the game is up.

female vets

Divorce Rate Triple for U.S. Female Soldiers, Report Finds

New America Media, News Report, Aaron Glantz, Oct 15, 2009

U.S. female soldiers find themselves on the battlefield both while deployed and even after they return home, finds a new report.

Obama vs Bin Ladin

Eye on Arab Media: Al Qaeda Adjusting to New Era

New America Media, News analysis, Jalal Ghazi, Oct 08, 2009

This year Al-Qaeda celebrates its 20th birthday, having outlived the Bush administration. It may even outlive the Obama administration as well, despite all the troops and resources that have been allocated to the war in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan Strategy

New America Media, News Analysis, Daniel J Gerstle, Sep 21, 2009

President Obama and Congress face a series of bad options after eight years of war in Afghanistan, argues NAM contributor Daniel J. Gerstle.


Down With Russia! Down With China!

Iranian.com, Commentary, Ardeshir Ommani, Sep 16, 2009

Aside from the domestic implications of the post-electoral mass protestations in Iran, there are profound international ramifications.

Who's Behind the Rash of Suicide Bombings in Iraq?

New America Media, Commentary, Jalal Ghazi, Aug 25, 2009

Many in the Arab media believe the recent attacks are not meant to simply kill numerous civilians, but to change the dynamics of the political process.

Freelance Journalists Are on Their Own

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Aug 10, 2009

Media outlets should offer their freelance journalists the same protections accorded their staffers, especially when the stringers go to regions deemed hot spots.

Afghanistan: Marines' Mission Doomed to Failure

New America Media, News Analysis, Sonali Kolhatkar, Jul 17, 2009

Just two weeks into July, the month is already the deadliest for NATO troops in Afghanistan. The high casualty count is at least partially the result of the largest U.S. Marine Corps ground offensive in years.

Fort Hood Soldier Refuses Deployment to Afghanistan

New America Media, Interview with Victor Agosto, Aaron Glantz, Jul 17, 2009

Specialist Victor Agosto refuses to go to Afghanistan. Agosto, who has already served one tour in Iraq, told his superiors the U.S. military occupation of Afghanistan is immoral and unjust and does not make America safer.

muslim world

Bridging the Gulf

Pakistanlink, News analysis, Dr Saleem H. Ali, Jun 21, 2009

President Obamas much-awaited speech to the Muslim world has come and gone but the most salient questions about preventing a clash of civilizations remain unanswered.

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