Queen of Chicken Hawks: Victoria Nuland Had a Hand in Every US Intervention in the Past 30 Years
Opinion

Queen of Chicken Hawks: Victoria Nuland Had a Hand in Every US Intervention in the Past 30 Years

President Joe Biden’s nomination of Victoria Nuland for Under Secretary for Political Affairs, the third-highest position at the State Department, is a dangerous sign. Nuland exemplifies the neoconservatives who have led American foreign policy from one disaster to another for the past 30 years, all while evading any shred of accountability. As a top-level appointee,…

Iraq is Rearming
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Iraq is Rearming

In addition to the forced withdrawal of the US military from the country, as demanded by the Iraqi authorities and people, the other most popular topic of recent active discussion among Iraqis is the large-scale military parade held on January 6 in Baghdad in honor of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Iraqi Armed…

US Never Ending Wars: Thirty Years Ago, America’s “First War” against Iraq
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US Never Ending Wars: Thirty Years Ago, America’s “First War” against Iraq

Thirty years ago. The so-called “Gulf War” (Iraq War I) was launched against Iraq on January 17, 1991. Extensive crimes against humanity have been committed. On January 16, President George H. Walker Bush announced the start of what was called “Operation Desert Storm”, which was portrayed as “a peace-making operation” allegedly “to expel occupying Iraqi…

Will Great Britain Face Penalties for its War Crimes?
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Will Great Britain Face Penalties for its War Crimes?

Against the backdrop of Australia, a member of the British Commonwealth, officially recognizing the war crimes committed by the Australian military inside Afghanistan, the position taken by the UK authorities in London, which continue to hide genuine information on this issue, and are trying to evade responsibility for them. At the same time, the British and…

The ICC’s Indefensible Decision on Alleged UK War Crimes in Iraq
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The ICC’s Indefensible Decision on Alleged UK War Crimes in Iraq

Support for the rule of international law, and for the institutions which uphold it, is one of the principles of my writings. I have therefore always been extremely keen to defend and support the International Criminal Court, despite widespread criticism that it is simply a tool for use against leaders in the developing world and…