Planned Attack on Iran: Bush Will Expand War Before Blair Resigns Author: Michael Carmichael Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 01/30/2007 Category: Special Report The Editor-in-Chief of the Arab Times reports that a “reliable source” in Washington has provided detailed information about the forthcoming US hard-power attack on
Is Iraq Another Vietnam? It is Already Lost Author: Robert Freeman Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 10/27/2006 Category: Special Report Wars are lost before they are quit. The Germans lost World War II by the end of 1942 when their Sixth Army was destroyed at Stalingrad. Yet,
Ten years after the US invasion of Iraq, Professor of International Law and Vice President of IALANA Dr Kenji Urata discusses some of the literary fragments we are left with, including attempts to justify preemptive war, domestic assertions that a foreign nation should be "liberated", reassertions of American exceptionalism, and
Years of war and insecurity in Iraq have had a devastating impact on society generally, and women in particular. Majid Ahmed Salih discusses the issues of gender inequality under Iraqi law, widowhood and orphanhood as results of war, and the exploitation of Iraqi women in the international sex industry.