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International Criminal Court: U.S. War Crimes Likely Committed in Afghanistan War

A quote delivered in 1990 that is still true today: “If the Nuremberg laws were applied, then every post-war American president would have been hanged.” — Noam Chomsky… 82 more words

Militarism

Why Are American Troops Still in Afghanistan? (Essay)

Introduction

The on-going discussion about American troops fighting in Afghanistan is one that has not quieted since U.S. intervention after the September 11 attacks in 2001. 2,141 more words

Construction for Canadian Afghan War cenotaph at DND headquarters delayed by U.S. hurricanes

Natural disasters in the U.S. have caused a minor delay in the rebuilding of an Afghan war cenotaph in Ottawa but the Canadian military hopes to have the project completed by the end of the month. 519 more words

News

Edmonton soldier shares Afghanistan war story in documentary

A social worker at CFB Edmonton is sharing her personal story of war and loss in a documentary set to air Friday night.

Former platoon leader Capt. 266 more words

Canada

Sadism in Afghanistan

For the past 16 years, the American war machine has been acting like a two-tiered sadist in Afghanistan. While facilitating the Kabul government’s destruction of the communities it oversees there, our military apparatus has also harmed the U.S. 1,657 more words

Peace

NATO nations to outline troop increases for Afghanistan - Canada not expected to take part

NATO countries will over the next two days outline the numbers of troops they will send to Afghanistan but Canada is not expected to be among those nations. 377 more words

Defence Watch

Will the Afghan War Ever End?

Will the Afghan War Ever End?
by JBS President Emeritus John F. McManus

From the mid-14th century until the middle of the 15th century, British and French forces fought what has always been termed the “Hundred Years War.” That struggle actually lasted 116 years. 738 more words

Military