Civilian casualties

A Letter From IAVA A Letter From IAVA

A veterans group takes issue with The Nation's investigation of the impact of the US military occupation on Iraqi civilians.

Jul 13, 2007 / Letters / The Nation

The Deadly Occupation The Deadly Occupation

Veterans of conscience have come forward with evidence that US forces kill Iraqi noncombatants every day. Now America must bring this deadly occupation to an immediate end.

Jul 11, 2007 / Editorial / The Editors

The Other War: Iraq Vets Bear Witness The Other War: Iraq Vets Bear Witness

In a special investigation of the impact of the war on Iraqi civilians, interviews with fifty combat veterans reveals disturbing patterns of behavior by US troops in Iraq--brutal a...

Jul 10, 2007 / Feature / Chris Hedges and Laila Al-Arian

Iraq, By the Numbers Iraq, By the Numbers

No need to wait until September to see if the surge is working. Just look at the numbers.

Jul 2, 2007 / Feature / Tom Engelhardt

The Secret Air War in Iraq The Secret Air War in Iraq

Bombs from American planes are killing tens of thousands of Iraqi civilians, and no one in the mainstream media is talking about it.

May 24, 2007 / Feature / Nick Turse

Iraq’s Civilian Casualties Iraq’s Civilian Casualties

The civilians of Falluja are negotiating to stave off a threatened US-led military incursion.

Oct 28, 2004 / Editorial / Jefferson Morley

Libyan Epilogue Libyan Epilogue

Ronald Reagan understands the uses of terrorism. The air strike he ordered against Libya demonstrates that far more powerfully the press accounts available to Americans revealed.

Jun 7, 2004 / Editorial / Ramsey Clark

Grief Without Portraits Grief Without Portraits

On December 10, Marc Herold, a professor of economics at the University of New Hampshire, released a report about civilian casualties in Afghanistan. Relying on news accounts fro...

Jan 17, 2002 / Editorial / Michael Massing

Korean My Lai Korean My Lai

Repressed memory is the ammunition of history, returning when one least expects it to puncture the complacency of the present.

Oct 7, 1999 / Editorial / Bruce Cumings

Close, But No Cigar Close, But No Cigar

On August 20 last, President Clinton personally ordered the leveling of the Al-Shifa pharmaceutical plant on the outskirts of Khartoum.

Oct 5, 1998 / Column / Christopher Hitchens