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America’s undeclared War on Pakistan

America’s Undeclared War on Pakistan: Leaked Secret Document Records 330 Drone Strikes By Alice K Ross Global Research, January 30, 2014 The Bureau is today publishing a leaked official document that records details of over 300 drone strikes, including their locations and an assessment of how many people died in each incident. The document is … Continue reading

Kissinger and Chile : The Declassified Record

  Kissinger and Chile: The Declassified Record on Regime Change  Peter Kornbluh Global Research, September 12, 2013 Washington, D.C. – Henry Kissinger urged President Richard Nixon to overthrow the democratically elected Allende government in Chile because his “‘model’ effect can be insidious,” according to documents posted today by the National Security Archive. The coup against … Continue reading


Unanswered Questions in the Yemen Terror Scare Barry Grey In what has become a regular feature of American public life—especially on the eve of major elections—the airwaves were taken over Friday by breathless reports of a new terror threat. It is impossible to determine how much is fact and how much is fiction in the ever-expanding … Continue reading


BLACKWATERS BLACK OPERATIONS JEREMY SCAHILL Over the past several years, entities closely linked to the private security firm Blackwater have provided intelligence, training and security services to US and foreign governments as well as several multinational corporations, including Monsanto, Chevron, the Walt Disney Company, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and banking giants Deutsche Bank and Barclays, … Continue reading

EDITORIAL – Target Killing

It is target killing season in Pakistan. Americans are fine tuning their Drone technology by testing it in missile attacks in Pakhtunkhwa. Daily two or more raids are carried out and the casualties number anything between twenty to a hundred. But for the Government, a few weak protests, and it is business as usual. The … Continue reading


  Omar’s government is self-serving. Kashmir deserves better BY PREM SHANKAR JHA On Sunday, a day when Kashmiris celebrated Eid, a day which remained unmarred by confrontations with the police, the government of Jammu and Kashmir clamped down the most draconian curfew the Valley has seen in more than two years. Had Omar Abdullah lit … Continue reading


NATO EXPANDS AFGHAN WAR INTO PAKISTAN RICK ROZOFF On October 7 the United States and its North Atlantic Treaty Organization military allies will begin the tenth year of their war in Afghanistan, over 3,000 miles from NATO Headquarters in Brussels. The following month midterm elections will be held in the U.S. and NATO will hold … Continue reading

Anatomy 0f Al-Qaeda (III)

Arc of Crisis”This is Part III of the three-part series, “The Imperial Anatomy of Al-Qaeda“Part 1: The Imperial Anatomy of Al-Qaeda. The CIA’s Drug-Running Terrorists and the Part 2: Empire, Energy and Al-Qaeda: The Anglo-American Terror Network   Anticipating An Attack For several years prior to the events of 9/11, top American strategists had been … Continue reading

Anatomy of AL-Qaeda (II)

This is Part 2 of the series, “The Imperial Anatomy of Al-Qaeda.“ The End of the Cold War and Strategy for the New World Order With the end of the Cold War a new strategy had to be determined to manage the global system. With the collapse of the Soviet Union, declarations of a “New … Continue reading


Challenging Islamophobia: An Assessment of the “Ground Zero Mosque” Debate  by   Deepa Kumar  Depending on the poll one consults, anywhere from 54 percent to 61 percent, and as many as 68 percent of Americans, oppose the building of an Islamic community center two blocks from “Ground Zero,” the site of the World Trade Center. Polls, … Continue reading