This past week has provided Canadians with a series of warm and fuzzies that, like most of this nation's mythology, were built on self-congratulatory lies.
iraq invasion and occupation
March 20 marks the nine-year anniversary of the start of the Iraq war. The pro-war arguments that were exposed as lies years ago are now making a comeback, this time to justify an attack on Iran.
New York oncologist Dr. Rafil Dhafir was sentenced to 22 years for consciously violating the sanctions against the people of Iraq and remains behind bars in one of the most brutal of U.S. prisons.
I am in New York at Christmas time. I would like to be thinking about things like Miracle on 34th Street and An Affair to Remember. But instead I am thinking about Iraq.
Dick Cheney's memoir follows one by his colleague and friend Donald Rumsfeld. As each promotes his own version of history, there are people challenging and confronting them.
Just days away from midterm elections, WikiLeaks, the whistle-blower website, unveiled the largest classified military leak in history, relating to the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq.
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As Iraq's fortunes hang in a delicate, dangerous balance, join the New Internationalist for this special issue launch, featuring Hadani's photography and video footage from her recent trip to Baghdad.
While the U.K. has resolved its hung parliament in a matter of days, and without the threat of rival militias backed by Iran and Saudi duking it out or bombs in public markets, the Iraqi saga goes on.
British journalist George Monbiot has set up a fund to pay a bounty to anyone attempting a citizen's arrest of the former U.K. prime minister. There are plenty of donations.