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Tomgram: Adam Hochschild, War Redux

Published on May 3rd, 2011 | by Tom Engelhardt

Where Have All the Graveyards Gone? The War That Didn’t End War and Its Unending Successors By Adam Hochschild Reprinted with permission of TomDispatch.com What if, from the beginning, everyone killed in the Iraq and Afghan ... Read More


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Tomgram: Nick Turse, How to Arm a Dictator

Published on April 28th, 2011 | by Tom Engelhardt

Hueys Over Yemen Is U.S. Aid Suppressing Another Mideast Freedom Struggle? By Nick Turse Reprinted with permission of TomDispatch.com In recent weeks, Yemeni protesters calling for an immediate end to the 32-year reign of U.S.-backed President ... Read More


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Tomgram: McCoy and Reilly, An Empire of Failed States

Published on April 25th, 2011 | by Tom Engelhardt

Washington on the Rocks An Empire of Autocrats, Aristocrats, and Uniformed Thugs Begins to Totter By Alfred W. McCoy and Brett Reilly Reprinted with permission of TomDispatch.com In one of history’s lucky accidents, the juxtaposition of ... Read More


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The Obama-Gates Maneuver on Military Spending

Published on April 21st, 2011 | by Guest

By Gareth Porter Last week Barack Obama announced that he wants to cut $400 billion in military spending and said he would work Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and the Joint Chiefs on a “fundamental review” ... Read More


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Tomgram: Engelhardt, This Can’t End Well

Published on April 19th, 2011 | by Tom Engelhardt

Sleepwalking into the Imperial Dark What It Feels Like When a Superpower Runs Off the Tracks By Tom Engelhardt Reprinted with permission of TomDispatch.com This can’t end well. But then, how often do empires end well, ... Read More


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