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War’s Moral Chaos | Lily Hamourtziadou


Iraq in 2015: IBC, 6 July 2015 Today’s news is always old news. The innocent get slaughtered and someone makes up excuses. —Charles Simic,“Portable Hell”, The New York Review of Books, 5 Aug 2014.1 1 (Hat-tip to Lynn Dombek, in … Continue reading

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Samir Amin on the Charlie Hebdo Murders: Imperialism and International Terrorism | Giuseppe Acconcia


(MR Zine, 15 January 2015) The Western errors and neo-liberal damages: Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi knew how to contain the Islamist drift, but they were slaughtered.  In Libya, Paris and Washington have it all wrong. We reached Samir Amin … Continue reading

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