US Out Of Syria And The Middle East

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance -

Above: US Out of the Middle East, Los Angeles protest against bombing in Syria from ABC7.com. Stop The Turkish Invasion Of Syria The crisis in Syria has taken a new direction with the Turkish [...]

From Kabul: Youth On The Road To Peace

By Dr. Hakim, Voices for Creative Nonviolence. -

Despite the violent crises which we human beings have created for Afghanistan and our planet earth, I have witnessed yet again how renewing our relationships with Nature and one another can calm [...]

Counting The Dead Through The Fog Of War In Afghanistan

By Nicolas J S Davies, Countercurrents.org -

During one week in late September, U.S.-led forces killed at least 70 civilians in two incidents in Afghanistan. A U.S. drone strike on September 19th killed at least 30 farmers harvesting pine [...]

The Killing And Chaos Of The Afghanistan War Continues

The never-ending war in Afghanistan which began with the US invasion on October 7, 2001, continues.  BBC is not one of our favored sources of information but this series of articles summarized [...]

Trump’s Taliban Talks Led By Neocon Operation Cyclone Agent & PNAC Member

By Alexander Rubinstein, Mintpressnews.com -

U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad, the top American official in the negotiations, has been quietly overseeing the destruction of Afghanistan for most of [...]

To Leave Afghanistan Just Leave Afghanistan

By Moonofalabama.org -

It is doubtful that the meeting was planned at all. The optics of such a meeting, shortly before an 9/11 anniversary, would have been too terrible. On Friday the Afghan President Ghani already [...]

Afghanistan Veteran Explains Real Reason Behind The War

By Will Griffin, Thepeacereport.com -

After 18 years of the US war in Afghanistan, do we really understand the reasons behind it? We know that it has backfired and terrorism has spread and grown around the world. We know the US is [...]

Remnants Of War

By Kathy Kelly, Intrepid Report. -

Intense fighting and hideous attacks battered Afghans throughout their country last week as negotiators in Qatar weighed the benefits and costs of a peace agreement that might stop the [...]

Remnants Of War

By Kathy Kelly, Vcnv.org -

Intense fighting and hideous attacks battered Afghans throughout their country last week as negotiators in Qatar weighed the benefits and costs of  a peace agreement that might stop the [...]

In Afghanistan, We Have Three Dreams

By Dr. Hakim Young and Afghan Peace Volunteers, Dissidentvoice.org -

We’re the Afghan Peace Volunteers in Kabul, and we have three dreams. Our three dreams are about reuniting with nature and 7.7 billion other human beings! Our dreams aren’t prescriptions. They’re [...]

Peace Is A Word That The West Has Taken From The Afghans

By Vijay Prashad, Globe Trotter -

It’s difficult to explain the nature of the Afghanistan peace talks. There is no single table with the combatants arrayed on either side. Talks are not even taking place in the same city, since [...]

After Nearly 40 Years, Time To Let Afghanistan Decide Its Own Future

By Matin Baraki, Open Democracy -

In Afghanistan as elsewhere, external factors have not solved the conflict. On the contrary, foreign interests have been transported to Afghanistan and in this way, political solutions have been [...]

The Revelations Of WikiLeaks: No. 2 —The Leak That ‘Exposed The True Afghan War’

By Elizabeth Vos, Consortiumnews.com -

Three months after it published the “Collateral Murder” video, WikiLeaks on July 25, 2010 released a cache of secret U.S. documents on the war in Afghanistan. It revealed the suppression of [...]

US & Its Afghan Trainees Now Killing More Civilians Than The Taliban

By Alexander Rubinstein, Mintpressnews.com -

KABUL, AFGHANISTAN — For the first time in recorded history, the U.S. and the Afghan government, whose forces are trained by Americans, killed more civilians than did the Taliban in the first [...]

ICC Refuses To Investigate Crimes In Afghanistan, U.S. Torture

By Center for Constitutional Rights. -

April 12, 2019, Paris, The Hague, New York – In what human rights groups call an appalling decision, the ICC Pre-Trial Chamber II decided not to grant the Prosecutor’s request to open an [...]