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US Army’s Iraq War Study Remains Unpublished Years After Completion

It’s been praised by a number of top Army officials privy to it, and many think it’s a vital to make clear the lessons learned in the disastrous occupation of Iraq. But “The United States Army in the Iraq War” study remains unpublished, and may never see the light of day. With officials citing the Read More…

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On The Iraq War’s 15th Anniversary, Make The World Remember Its Lessons

You remember where you were when you heard the news about the 9/11 attacks? Do you remember the terrible feeling of shock in your guts that innocent people were suffering? How about what you were doing when the first bombs hit at the beginning of the Iraq invasion? Do you remember that one? Or did Read More…

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This is What they Were Afraid Of — Iraqis Use ‘Sue the Saudis’ 9/11 Bill to Sue US for 2003 Invasion

The warmongers in the US government have just had their fears realized as Iraq plans to use the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA), aka Sue the Saudis Bill, to demand compensation for the US invasion of Iraq. Last month, the U.S. House of Representatives, following the lead of the Senate, passed a bill allowing Americans to sue Read More…

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Blissful Bush Celebrates Birthday with No War Crime Reckoning

While the Chilcot Inquiry has spurred renewed calls for former Prime Minister Tony Blair’s impeachment, the American leader continues to evade accountability. Almost as if it were planned, former U.S. President George W. Bush rang in his 70th birthday on Wednesday with a remarkable gift: a reminder of his seemingly eternal impunity for war crimes committed Read More…

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WikiLeaks Releases Over 1,200 Clinton Emails on Iraq War

Release comes two days before the UK government is set to publish its official inquiry into the 2003 invasion of Iraq. WikiLeaks on Monday marked the yearly celebration of American independence by releasing over 1,200 private emails belonging to former secretary of state and presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton pertaining to the Iraq War. The whistleblower Read More…

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How The US Government And A PR Firm Made Fake News To Promote War In Iraq

At the onset of Operation Desert Storm, in 1990, a public relations firm by the name of Hill and Knowlton spent millions of dollars on the government’s behalf, constructing news pieces that would sell the war to the American public. One of the most moving fabrications to come from this push to war was the testimony Read More…