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Afghanistan One Year On. The West Didn’t ‘Lose’ the War, Actually
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Afghanistan One Year On. The West Didn’t ‘Lose’ the War, Actually
August 23, 2022

The real reason why America went there was actually a pipe dream which had nothing to do with fighting the Taliban, Martin Jay writes.

Washington’s Assassination Bureau
August 16, 2022

The United States and Israel have a formula down pat whereby they can kill anyone anywhere without any due process or rule of law, even if they don’t know who you are as in the cases of the “signature” or “profile” executions by drone in Afghanistan.

Washington’s Assassination Bureau
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How a Missile in Kabul Connects to a Speaker in Taipei
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How a Missile in Kabul Connects to a Speaker in Taipei
August 5, 2022

Washington’s hard power display of taking out Al-Qaeda’s Al-Zawahiri will not be reciprocated by Beijing over Pelosi’s provocative visit to Taiwan. It does however, definitively bury the decades-long era of cooperative US-Chinese relations.

The Killing of al-Qaeda Chief Ayman al Zawahiri Will Not Make Us Safer
August 4, 2022

Whatever people in the U.S. might think about the killing of al Zawahiri in the middle of the Afghan capital 7,000 miles away, safety and security are hardly likely to top the list.

The Killing of al-Qaeda Chief Ayman al Zawahiri Will Not Make Us Safer
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The Empire Is Not Done Torturing Afghanistan
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The Empire Is Not Done Torturing Afghanistan
July 7, 2022

Hell hath no fury like Empire scorned. As if all the bombing, droning, years of occupation and serial collateral damage was not misery enough, a resentful Washington topped its performance by effectively stealing $7 billion from the Afghan central bank: that is, funds that belong to roughly 40 million battered Afghan citizens.

America’s War in Afghanistan: Distribution of Casualties by Age, Race, and Gender
April 19, 2022

As of July 16, 2020, the U.S. casualties of the war in Afghanistan totaled 2,349 deaths and 20,149 wounded in actions. Here’s what the data on distribution of casualties be race and age says.

America’s War in Afghanistan: Distribution of Casualties by Age, Race, and Gender
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Pakistan in the Eye of the Storm
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Pakistan in the Eye of the Storm
February 8, 2022

New trends that have appeared in regional security since the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan are highly consequential for regional politics.

Are Western Wealthy Countries Determined to Starve the People of Afghanistan?
January 17, 2022

On January 11, 2022, the United Nations (UN) Emergency Relief Coordinator Martin Griffiths appealed to the international community to help raise $4.4 billion for Afghanistan in humanitarian aid, calling this effort, “the largest ever appeal for a single country for humanitarian assistance.”

Are Western Wealthy Countries Determined to Starve the People of Afghanistan?
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