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            War on Terrorism page

            Joint Resolution Authorizing the Use of Military Force Against Iraq

            We Won't Deny Our Consciences - statement by prominent Americans

            We oppose both Saddam Hussein and the U.S. war on Iraq - call for democratic U.S. foreign policy

             

            "Military strength, no matter how great, cannot assure national security. National and global security are enhanced by measures that relieve the extreme economic inequities around the world and enable peoples in all nations to be self-reliant in meeting their human needs."

            Friends Committee on National Legislation

             

            Middle East watch

            "Get on with the business of killing our enemies as quickly as we can, and as ruthlessly as we must.... We cannot allow the Taliban safe refuge among the civilian population. We must destroy them, wherever they hide. This will surely increase the terrible danger facing noncombatants, a regrettable but necessary fact of war."

            Senator John McCain (R-AZ)

             

            September 11th, 2001

            "The fundamental assumption that the United States retains the right and obligation to intervene in the Third World in any way it ultimately deems necessary, including military, remains an article of faith among the people who guide both political parties."

            Gabriel Kolko, Confronting the Third World

            Central Asia watch
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            Dissent page
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            Human Rights Documents
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            International War Crimes
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            Militarization of America
            New World Order
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            Patriotism page
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            Transnational Corporations
            Terrorism watch
            US and Third World
            U.S.Foreign Policy and Pentagon
            U.S. National Security State
            Water page
            War on Drugs

            Book

            Blowback - Costs and Consequences of American Empire
            Behind the War on Terror - Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed

             

            "Military intervention to maintain the global status quo will become a constant feature of international relations, whether this is justified in terms of fighting drugs, fighting terrorism, containing "rogue states," opposing "Islamic fundamentalism," or containing China178彩票.

            Walden Bello, sociologist and author

            Articles

            Opportunism in the War on Terrorism
            Questions for Mr. Bush -George McGovern
            If Not War, Then What? - Alternatives to the "War Against Terror"
            Charting War on Terrorism - Amnesty International
            Picking Our Enemies - US Doesn't Mind Terrorists in Colombia
            Under the Banner of the 'War' on Terror (6/04)
            Terrorized by 'War on Terror' (3/07)
            The Mega-Lie Called the "War on Terror": A Masterpiece of Propaganda (9/07)
            Global War On Terror: Egypt (12/07)

            Global War On Terror: The Philippines (12/07)
            There Is "No War on Terror" (1/08)
            Terrorized by "War on Terror" (3/08)
            Fortress Britain (6/08)


            U.S.Foreign Policy and Pentagon

            178彩票 Page