Empire Files: The Forgotten Wars, Part I

By Abby Martin and Mike Prysner, Empire Files. -

The US war on Afghanistan will soon enter its 20th year. Two decades we’ve seen an endless loop of news stories: progress then setbacks, lies then revelations, a new end, then a new beginning. [...]

Scheer Intelligence: Even The ICC Can’t Rein In American Exceptionalism

By Robert Scheer, KCRW.com. -

In early March, senior judges in the international criminal court ruled that an investigation into the actions the U.S., Afghan and Taliban military committed in 2003 could take place, [...]

The Afghanistan Papers: Mother Asks, How Does The US Justify Their Actions To A Mother Who Lost Her Child?

By Mary Hladky, United for Peace and Justice -

As the mother of an infantry officer who served in Zhari District, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, at the height of President Obama’s surge, I have a question:  How do three Presidents and top [...]