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  1. Biden’s Reckless Syria Bombing Is Not the Diplomacy He Promised

    The February 25 U.S. bombing of Syria immediately puts the policies of the newly-formed Biden administration into sharp relief. Why is this administration bombing the sovereign nation of Syria? Why is it bombing "Iranian-backed militias" who pose absolutely no threat to the United States and are actually involved in fighting ISIS? If this is about … Continue reading "Biden’s Reckless Syria Bombing Is Not the Diplomacy He Promised"

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  2. Iraq Daily Roundup: Six Killed; Protests Spread

    Protest violence in Nasariya escalated in town and spread to other cities.

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  3. Britain’s Double Standards in International Affairs

    On February 12 it was announced by the UN that a British lawyer had been elected as chief prosecutor for the International Criminal Court. No matter what one might think of the ICC, it is taking steps to investigate war crimes in Afghanistan and Yemen, so it can’t be all bad. But a major point … Continue reading "Britain’s Double Standards in International Affairs"

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  4. All Risk, No Reward: The Perils and Absurdity of Iraq War 4.0

    Secretary of State Anthony Blinken might have been "outraged” by a rocket attack on a U.S. base in northern Iraq – that killed a foreign contractor and wounded an American service member and several other contractors – but he shouldn’t have been surprised. After all, it’s the muddled US military mission and ongoing troop presence … Continue reading "All Risk, No Reward: The Perils and Absurdity of Iraq War 4.0"

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  5. Washington’s Tiny Islands Fetish Could Endanger the American People

    Most Americans likely do not realize the U.S. defense treaty with Japan does not just entail a commitment to help defend the heavily populated Japanese home islands. Presidents Barack Obama, Donald Trump, and Joe Biden all have affirmed that the treaty also covers a chain of remote, uninhabited rocks that are closer to China than … Continue reading "Washington’s Tiny Islands Fetish Could Endanger the American People"

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