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    The Power of Oil: Scramble for diminishing resource shapes global relationships

    The Power of Oil: Scramble for diminishing resource shapes global relationships Dilip Hiro http://www.nationbooks.org/book.mhtml?t=hiro2 YaleGlobal Online, 10 January 2006 Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez LONDON: A geopolitical game has been underway ever since oil became a strategic...
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    Scott Ritter: What Happened to Iraq's WMD

    What Happened to Iraq's WMD: How politics corrupts intelligence by Scott Ritter Author of Iraq Confidential: The Untold Story of the Intelligence Conspiracy to Undermine the UN and Overthrow Saddam Hussein Sunday, December 4, 2005 The recent exchange of vitriol between Republican and...
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    Larry Beinhart: Judgment at Nuremberg

    Judgment at Nuremberg Part III – Self-Defense, Preemptive War, Preventive War and the Crime of Aggressive War by Larry Beinhart Self-defense is our automatic right as individuals and it is an automatic right of nations. After 9/11 probably every American – and many people around the world –...
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    Judgment at Nuremberg: War Crimes

    Judgment at Nuremberg: War Crimes by Larry Beinhart This is the 60th anniversary of the Nuremberg Trials. At the time, critics said that it wasn’t justice, it was the victor’s revenge. The chief prosecutor, U.S. Associate Supreme Court Justice Robert Jackson replied: Certain acts in...
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    Zaki Chehab: The US knows it will have to talk to the Iraqi resistance

    The US knows it will have to talk to the Iraqi resistance Even Lebanon was not as terrifying as the random menace of occupied Iraq. But the violence could be brought under control Zaki Chehab Friday November 25, 2005 Guardian The rate of suicide bombings in Iraq continues its relentless rise...
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    Bush's Burgeoning Body Count

    Fallen Legion II By Nick Turse About six weeks ago, at the urging of fellow TomDispatch author Rebecca Solnit, I undertook the beginnings of an on-line memorial to the Fallen Legion of the Bush administration. It was, in effect, a proposal for a virtual "wall" made up of the seemingly endless...
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    The Secret History of Rum

    The Secret History of Rum byIan Williams Rum has always tended to favor and flavor rebellion, from the pirates and buccaneers of the seventeenth century to the American Revolution onward. In addition, sugar and rum pretty much introduced globalization to a waiting world, tying together Europe...
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    The Iranian Labyrinth

    http://www.utne.com/web_special/web_specials_2005-11/articles/11879-1... The Iranian Labyrinth November 2005 By Morgon Mae Schultz, Utne.com Middle East expert Dilip Hiro clarifies the Iranian nuclear question Journalist, historian, and Middle East expert Dilip Hiro is the author of 27...
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    BUSHENOMICS By http://www.nationbooks.org/book.mhtml?t=beinhart3 Larry Beinhart (first posted at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/larry-beinhart/bushenomics_b_10643.html ) It is truly time to change the way we speak about this administration's economic policies. The old words -- conservative...
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