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Commentary, March, 12 2003
Jensen's ZSpace page
Bush administration officialsâ€™ mantra these days is that a war on Iraq will have nothing to do with oil. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has said such a suggestion is â€œnonsense.â€
Commentary, March, 11 2003
Mondragon's ZSpace page
The economics team of Colombia's Uribe government proposed, and won, an increase of $16 billion USD in the state's external debt. That is an increase of 80% for the state, and an increase of 42% of the external debt of the country as a whole.
Commentary, March, 09 2003
Rebick's ZSpace page
The Lysistrata Project, one of the many anti-war actions sweeping the
Commentary, March, 08 2003
Herman's ZSpace page
The media regularly speak of the "United States" or
Commentary, March, 07 2003
Wise's ZSpace page
Fear, Loathing and Laura Bush:
Znet Article, March, 07 2003
Cowan's ZSpace page
Table of Contents Myth 1: Removing Saddam Will Punish 9/11 Perpetrators Myth 2: Powell Presented Strong Evidence at UN Myth 3: Saddam May Soon Threaten US Myth 4: Experts 'Discover' Prohibited Missile Myth 5: Bin Laden Tape Proves Iraq Co...
Commentary, March, 06 2003
Russell's ZSpace page
Governors, who've been told by President Bush to go home and stare at their own budget spreadsheets, ought to take a look at the president's spending plans and start screaming bloody murder! Because it seems that many states - foreign states - are...
Commentary, March, 05 2003
Bond's ZSpace page
The surgical counter-attack from the international left which impressed me most at Porto Alegre, was bullshit detection in relation to two Kyoto deals: the 1997 Protocol of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change; and the upcoming World Wate...
Znet Article, March, 05 2003
Brecher's ZSpace page
If the US attacks Iraq without support of the UN Security Council, will the world be powerless to stop it? ...
Commentary, March, 03 2003
Azulay's ZSpace page
A final response to the series of commentaries discussing civil disobedience, non-violence, anIn his Feb. 6, Z Net Commentary entitled "True Resistance/What Nonviolence Is," Gordon Clark, Iraq Pledge of Resistance Coordinator, presents a definitio...
Znet Article, March, 01 2003
Hudson's ZSpace page
On March 5, I head for Baghdad to join the Iraq Peace Team (IPT), a project of Voices in the Wilderness. About twenty IPT members, including myself, will stay in Iraq indefinitely, even if President Bush invades Iraq. We will not deploy ourselves...
Znet Article, February, 25 2003
Mackay's ZSpace page
SEVENTEEN British companies who supplied Iraq with nuclear, biological, chemical, rocket and conventional weapons technology are to be investigated and could face prosecution following a Sunday Herald investigation. One of the companies is Inter...
Graphic, February, 23 2003
Rosenberg's ZSpace page
war, press, Iraq
Znet Article, February, 23 2003
Olman's ZSpace page
Has America ever gone to war with less public understanding of what the war is about? Why is our Government so determined to attack Iraq? And why the rush to do it now? War is a very serious business. So I am not going to insult your intelligence ...
Commentary, February, 22 2003
Sargent's ZSpace page
The only surprising thing to me about the mainstream media coverage of the worldwide anti-war demonstrations on February 15 is that it was more positive than usual. A few news reports actually communicated some of the politics behind the protests ...
Commentary, February, 21 2003
Choudry's ZSpace page
It seems this commentary did not go out properly last night, so I am remailing it. Apologies to anyone who gets it twice!
Commentary, February, 20 2003
Bagdikian's ZSpace page
We live in a time of clashing cultures and a major mischief in a world where almost every culture aggressively propels its "fundamentalism." Whatever serves the group's purpose, physically, legally, morally, or in romantic fantasy, is justified as...
Znet Article, February, 20 2003
Scahill's ZSpace page
Iraq has become one bizarre series of contradictions. Construction of what the government boasts will be one of the world's largest mosques continues in Baghdad, as does work on a new presidential palace, described by one official as being "like o...
Znet Article, February, 20 2003
Mahdi's ZSpace page
Having failed to convince the British people that war is justified, Tony Blair is now invoking the suffering of the Iraqi people to justify bombing them. He tells us there will be innocent civilian casualties, but that more will die if he and Bush...
Znet Article, February, 18 2003
Cockburn's ZSpace page
Arbil, northern Iraq. The US is abandoning plans to introduce democracy in Iraq after a war to overthrow Saddam Hussein, according to Kurdish leaders who recently met American officials. The Kurds say the decision resulted from pressure from US ...