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BTL:Will the Bush Administration Bow to Public Pressure on Iraq War Policy? (tags)
Interview with Rahul Mahajan, journalist and author, conducted by Scott Harris
BTL:Haditha: Iraq's My Lai Massacre Could Be Turning Point in War (tags)
Interview with Rahul Mahajan, journalist and author, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris
A MOM'S FYI: "How to Impeach George W. Bush"...by Tom Delay, et al. (tags)
BTL:Bombing of London Transit System Renews Debate on How to... (tags)
Effectively Fight Terrorism ~ Interview with Rahul Mahajan, author and commentator, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris
UFPJ: End war, bring troops home now! (tags)
Over 450 participants from throughout the country adopted a new strategic framework setting UFPJ’s top priority as ending the war and winning a complete U.S. withdrawal from Iraq.
Fallujah Under Siege: US Begins Massive Assault as Iraq Declares Martial Law (tags)
Democracy Now! Fallujah Under Siege: US Begins Massive Assault as Iraq Declares Martial Law Monday, November 8th, 2004 The U.S. invasion of Fallujah has begun. After weeks of daily bombings, U.S. forces have begun to move into the Sunni city seen as the center of the Iraqi resistance. We speak with independent reporters Rahul Mahajan and Lamis Andoni in Jordan.
BTL:June 30th Transition of Power in Iraq Criticized as Hollow Attempt to... (tags)
...Bolster Bush Re-Election Bid~ Interview with Rahul Mahajan, author and commentator, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris
An Interview with Michael Burns (tags)
Albert Marceau interviews Michael Burns, director of the new documentary Preventive Warriors, on the foreign policy of the Bush Administration.
BTL:Pentagon's Operation Iron Hammer in Iraq Could Foster More Support for... (tags)
...Anti-U.S. Insurgency. Interview with Rahul Mahajan, author of "Full Spectrum Dominance: U.S. Power in Iraq and Beyond," conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris
Understanding Neocon Strategy - Their "Big Picture" Vision (tags)
Ian Masters interviews Nicholas Confessore about the neocon's dream of creating a one party nation, and how this all fits into a bigger picture of shrinking government (except defense and corporate welfare), how Karl Rove and Grover Norquist fit into the picture, etc. Nicholas Confessore is the editor of the Washington Monthly, a highly respected academic journal published by a think-tank with mainstream and conservative board members like Brent Scowcroft. This is not marginal views from the left. These are mainstream views that sharply criticize the total insanity that is the George W. Bush junta.
Shattered Illusions - Analyzing the War on Terrorism (tags)
Shattered Illusions is unashamedly a voice of dissent which brings together in one comprehensive volume, essays from intellectuals, human right activists, lawyers, journalists, and academics whose insights and perspectives provide both an intellectual and humane criticism of the Bush administration's current war policy. It not only challenges the framing of the war as a struggle between good and evil, but also critically assesses President George W. Bush's explanation for anti-U.S. sentiments.
TONY BLAIR PIMPS FOR AMERICA AND WHAT IT DOES BEST--KILL PEOPLE (tags)
In a world where US citizens need to be continually reassured their country is number one, they can rest assured that for some time to come there will be one area in which their country stands head and shoulders above all others: killing people, "whether with a bullet or with phosgene," with sanctions or nuclear weapons, with the destruction of water treatment facilities or with economic policies -- it doesn't make any difference.
The Momentum Continues (tags)
Texans welcoming pResident Bush back to his self-adopted home, cuz you know , he's really not a Texan.
GREEN PARTY CALLS SENATE HEARINGS ON IRAQ A (tags)
Greens demand that critics of Bush's intended invasion be included in hearings, especially UN weapons inspectors
Bombing Afghanistan: Alternative Viewpoints From IPA (tags)
Alternative views from John Quigley, Rahul Mahajan, Lamis Andoni, Anita Weiss, As'ad Abukhalil, Rania Masri, Kevin Danaher, Beau Grosscup.