Afghanistan: The silent war (little media coverage)


#201

Shanghai Cooperation Organization will be ‘fortress of security and stability’ -> globalresearch.ca/index.php? … &aid=31322


#202

Attack on U.S. outpost in Afghanistan worse than originally reported -> washingtonpost.com/world/nat … story.html


#203

The Best Laid Plans How Quickly Will the U.S. Leave Afghanistan? - Tom Engelhardt -> tomdispatch.com/blog/175587/ … ashington/


#204

You don’t buy an Afghan you only rent him.


#205

Audacious Raid on NATO Base Shows Taliban’s Reach -> nytimes.com/2012/09/17/world … wanted=all

Gen. Martin Dempsey’s plane hit by rocket at Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan -> cbsnews.com/8301-202_162-574 … fghanistan


#206

Drones Causing Mass Psychological Trauma Among Civilians

Study Finds U.S. Drone Strikes in Pakistan Miss Militant Targets and “Terrorize” Civilians -> democracynow.org/2012/9/26/s … strikes_in

livingunderdrones.org/download-report/


#207

#208

A US-China entente in Afghanistan - M K Bhadrakumar -> atimes.com/atimes/South_Asia/OA29Df02.html


#209

Dirty Wars just won a cinematography prize at Sundance, its a film about the drone war made by Jeremy Scahill and Rick Rowley. Excellent doc.


#210

Remembering 1960s Afghanistan, the photographs of Bill Podlich -> blogs.denverpost.com/captured/20 … otos/5846/


#211

US to leave troops in Afghanistan after 2014, says German official - -> guardian.co.uk/world/2013/fe … fghanistan


#212

Kabul orders US special forces out of two provinces - -> france24.com/en/20130224-kab … -provinces


#213

108,000 Private Contractors Are in Afghanistan and We Have No Idea What They’re Doing - -> policymic.com/articles/46621 … y-re-doing


#214

Taliban launch large attack on Kabul international airport - -> reuters.com/article/2013/06/ … 0P20130610


#215

Afghan troops suffering heavy losses, US general says - -> stripes.com/news/middle-east … s-1.224402


#216

The Drone Ranger: Obama’s Dirty Wars - Greg Palast -> gregpalast.com/the-drone-ran … irty-wars/


#217

#218

We can afford it!

$7bn in gear being destroyed and scrapped in Afghanistan.

defencetalk.com/us-scraps-to … ort-48201/


#219

Ah, but the Keynesian economic stimulus, just think of the supply contracts the military industrial complex will get for an army that demands re-equipping and all the board positions for the generals who made those decisions.


#220

Yeah, incredible that the NSA contractor Snowden worked for has 25k employees and its one of dozens. You have to think the NSA is employing more people than google which gives us some idea of the scale of it’s ‘work’.