Month: June 2009

News from the “Forgotten War” in Iraq

The US is (mostly) pulling back from bases in Iraqi cities in accordance with the Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) signed last year by Iraq’s government and the Bush Administration. While this can be taken as a sign of progress, violent attacks have been increasing recently in Iraq. […]

Rethink Afghanistan: Civilian Casualties

Our friends at Brave New Foundation have just released the latest part of their documentary Rethink Afghanistan. This segment offers a heartbreaking look at the civilian casualties caused by the occupation of Afghanistan. The mainstream media has not brought this human side of the war to the American […]