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Simplistic Hunt for Evil in a Complex World Simplistic Hunt for Evil in a Complex World

Doomed by the incoherence of a foreign policy defined largely by biblical notions of the struggle between good and evil, the Bush Administration thrashes about in its hunt for th...

Aug 21, 2002 / Column / Robert Scheer

Water Apartheid Water Apartheid

In South Africa, the only country in the world where people's right to water is actually written into the Constitution, the townships surrounding cities like Johannesburg and Durb...

Aug 15, 2002 / Feature / Maude Barlow and Tony Clarke

Stirrings in Kabul Stirrings in Kabul

Several weeks on from the loya jirga national council, the streets of Kabul have an extra bustle. Whereas in January the place was deserted by 6 pm, now the curfew has been extend...

Aug 15, 2002 / Editorial / Anthony Borden and J. West

Iraq: The Doubters Grow Iraq: The Doubters Grow

This past week confirmed that the American political establishment is not united in support of the Bush Administration's policy of forcible "regime change" in Iraq. Odd as it m...

Aug 15, 2002 / Editorial / The Editors

The Men From JINSA and CSP The Men From JINSA and CSP

They want not just a US invasion of Iraq but "total war" against Arab regimes.

Aug 15, 2002 / Feature / Jason Vest

Fight-Back in Bolivia Fight-Back in Bolivia

In 1998 the World Bank notified the Bolivian government that it would refuse to guarantee a $25 million loan to refinance water services in the Bolivian city of Cochabamba unless ...

Aug 15, 2002 / Feature / Maude Barlow and Tony Clarke

Justice Denied in Egypt Justice Denied in Egypt

Saad Eddin Ibrahim prepared a statement to close his trial in front of the Egyptian Supreme State Security Court, but the judge sentenced him before he had a chance to read it.

Aug 12, 2002 / Feature / Daniel Swift

Weighing a Just War, or Settling an Old Score? Weighing a Just War, or Settling an Old Score?

In a column from 2002, Robert Scheer takes a look back at the Bush Administrations's real motivation to go to war.

Aug 6, 2002 / Column / Robert Scheer

The Rush to War The Rush to War

The American Constitution at the very beginning of the Republic sought above all to guard the country against reckless, ill-considered recourse to war. It required a declaratio...

Aug 1, 2002 / Editorial / Richard Falk

Iraq Woos Its Neighbors Iraq Woos Its Neighbors

With the drumbeat for war on Iraq growing louder in Washington by the day, the latest United States-backed Iraqi opposition group--the Iraqi Military Alliance--was established ...

Aug 1, 2002 / Editorial / Dilip Hiro

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