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Recommended recent articles from Historians Against the War

Links to Recent Articles of Interest “Report on Iran’s Nuclear Fatwa Distorts Its History” By Gareth Porter, AntiWar.com, posted April 18 “A Black Indian March for Peace, 1861-1862” By William Loren Katz, Portside.org, posted April 16 “Why Washington’s Iran Policy … Continue reading

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Articles of interest from Historians Against the War

Links to Recent Articles of Interest “US Outrage at Syria Veto at UN Rife with Hypocrisy” By Stephen Zunes, TruthOut.org, posted February 8 “Anniversaries from ‘Unhistory’” By Noam Chomsky, NationofChange.org, posted February 7 “The Betrayal of the Nobel Peace Prize” … Continue reading

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Libya, Afghanizstan, Tet, “national security” and Jane Fonda: Latest articles recommended by HAW

“Ten Myths About Libya?” By Conn Hallinan, Portside.org, posted August 24 This critique of Juan Cole’s article, listed below, requires scrolling partway down the Portside page. “Top Ten Myths About the Libya War” By Juan Cole, Portside.org, posted August 23 … Continue reading

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Recent Articles of Interest from Historians Against the War

Recent Articles of Interest from HAW “How to Save a Quarter of a Trillion Dollars” By Lawrence S. Wittner, Huffington Post, posted August 8 The author is a professor of history emeritus at SUNY Albany “On the Sixty-Sixth Anniversary of … Continue reading

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HAW recommends these articles

“Ex-Spy Alleges Bush White House Sought to Discredit Critic” By James Risen, New York Times, posted June 16 The critic in question was University of Michigan historian Juan Cole. He has posted his take on the Times article here. “Andropov … Continue reading

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Recent articles recommended by Historians Against the War

“War? Bloodlust? What’s a Scholar to Do?” By William Loren Katz, CommonDreams.org, posted June 8 “With Ollanta Humala’s Win, Peru Joins Latin America’s Left Turn” By Greg Grandin, The Nation blog, posted June 7 The author teaches Latin American history … Continue reading

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Historians Against the War recommended reading

“Headlines from the Dustbin of History (Afghan Dept.)” By Tom Engelhardt, TomDispatch.com, posted May 19 “The Secret Sharer: Is Thomas Drake an Enemy of the State?” By Jane Mayer, The New Yorker, posted May 15 On the Obama administration’s attack … Continue reading

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HAW Notes, including links to recent articles of interest on US foreign policy, wikileaks, Egypt, Tunsia, Afghanistan

To members and friends of Historians Against the War, 1. The HAW Steering Committee’s statement in response to President Obama’s State of the Union message, which was sent to this list last Friday, has since been picked up by the … Continue reading

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“Empire rots the brains of imperialists, is driven by hubris, racism and arrogance”—R.I.P. Chalmers Johnson

“Imperialism is a form of tyranny, it never rules through consent of the governed. …We talk about the spread of democracy, but we talk about the spread of democracy at the point of an assault rifle.”—Chalmers Johnson Via Rich Gibson: … Continue reading

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Rouge Forum Update: Uprising in France and Victory in Chicago!

The full Rouge Forum Update is here. Perpetual War Michel Foucault ( from punishment to surveillance ) + Sarkozy AlJazeera On the WikiLeaks Release: Working with the Bureau of Investigative Journalism in London for the past 10 weeks, Al Jazeera … Continue reading

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