Updates to anti-Imperialist war pages

mainman at agitprop.org.au mainman at agitprop.org.au
Fri Mar 28 19:40:23 MST 2003

Hi all

These are the latest additions to our anti Imperialist war pages at

Please remember, if you find any interesting articles that you think we
should add, please drop us the url and we'll have a look at it.




--  Modern coverage is another battle front, Vic Carroll, Sydney Morning
Herald, March 29, 2003
--  Russia to 'lose out on Iraqi oil', Agence France Presse (Fr), March 29,
--  Halliburton's Axis of Influence, Frida Berrigan, In these Times (US),
March 28, 2003
--  Politics And Policy: Perle's Conflict Issue Is Shared By Others on His
Defense Panel, Tom Hamburger and Dennis K. Berman, Wall Street Journal (US),
March 27, 2003
--  U.S. planning more invasions, McGovern says, Bruce Murphy, Milwaukee
Journal Sentinel (US), March 27, 2003
--  Iraq: U.S. Media Along for the Ride, Emad Mekay, Inter Press Service
News Agency, March 27, 2003
--  Carr blames 'Marxist' protesters for violence, Australian Broadcasting
Corporation, March 27, 2003
--  Washington to Use Seized Iraqi Money to Pay Contracts, Emad Mekay, Inter
Press Service, March 26, 2003
--  Who was Zoran Djindjic?, The Guardian, March 26, 2003
--  Lies rejected, Editorial, The Guardian, March 26, 2003
--  Howard put on notice over war crimes, The Guardian, March 26, 2003
--  NY stock exchange bans Al Jazeera, Agence France Presse (Fr), March 26,
--  Softening us up in a subtle war of words, Annabelle Lukin, Sydney
Morning Herald, March 25, 2003
--  Channels of Influence, Paul Krugman, New York Times (US), March 25, 2003
--  Boycott of American goods over Iraq War gains momentum, Erik Kirschbaum,
Reuters (UK), March 25, 2003
--  War in Iraq -- daily update, iraqwar.ru, March 25, 2003
--  Halliburton Gets Iraq Firefighting Nod, Associated Press (US), March 25,
--  Silverchair targets PM in updated video, Australian Associated Press,
March 25, 2003
--  Hypocrites Of America Crying Foul, Paul Routledge, The Daily Mirror
(UK), March 24, 2003
--  Iraq War Update, iraqwar.ru, March 24, 2003
--  Who Lied To Whom?: Why did the Administration endorse a forgery about
Iraq's nuclear program?, Seymour M. Hersh, The New Yorker (US), issue of
March 31, 2003
--  Is North Korea Next?, John Feffer, Interhemispheric Resource Center
(US), March 24, 2003
--  Australian pilot gives thumbs down to US bombing order, Greg Ansley, New
Zealand Herald, March 24, 2003
--  Row developing over wheat supplies to Iraq, Australian Broadcasting
Corporation, March 24, 2003
--  I'd like to believe in a place called Hell, Terry Lane, The Age, March
23, 2003
--  War Could Be Big Business for Halliburton, Carolyn Koo, Reuters (UK),
March 23, 2003
--  U.S. Concerned About Russian Weapon Sales, Associated Press (US), March
23, 2003
--  Howard's future on the line, Greg Ansley, New Zealand Herald, March 23,
--  European unions stop work to oppose war, People's Weekly World (US),
March 22, 2003
--  War will not bring democracy, Communist Party of Iraq, People's Weekly
World (US), March 22, 2003
--  Bush brings U.S. into illegal war, Communist Party of the U.S.A.,
People's Weekly World (US), March 22, 2003
--  Anti-war protests sweep Africa, BBC (UK), March 22, 2003
--  Thank God for the death of the UN, Richard Perle, The Guardian (UK),
March 21, 2003
--  A Crossroad In History, Klo McKinsey, March 21, 2003
--  An Orwellian Pitch: The inner workings of the war-propaganda machine,
John R. McArthur, The L.A. Weekly (US), March 21-27, 2003
--  The humanitarian arguments for this war are spurious, Scott Burchill,
The Age, March 21, 2003
--  Unionists urge Malaysia to cut ties with US in Iraq war protest, Agence
France Presse (Fr), March 21, 2003
--  Hands off Korea, Editorial, Workers World (US), March 20, 2003
--  The revival of benevolent imperialism, Lawrence James, The Independent
(UK), March 20, 2003
--  Iraq War -- Daily Update, www.iraqwar.ru, March 20, 2003
--  Printing press hastened revolutions: Now it's the Internet's turn,
Deirdre Griswold, Workers World (US), March 20, 2003
--  The real reasons America is invading Iraq, Kenneth Davidson, The Age,
March 20, 2003
--  Halliburton Makes a Killing on Iraq War: Cheney's Former Company Profits
from Supporting Troops, Pratap Chatterjee, CorpWatch (US), March 20, 2003
--  U.S. Plans to Tap $40Bn Iraq Account, Catherine Belton, Moscow Times
(Ru), March 20, 2003
--  Nowhere to hide behind the letter of the law, Devika Hovell, Professor
George Williams, Sydney Morning Herald, March 19, 2003
--  Media Giant's Rally Sponsorship Raises Questions, Tim Jones, Chicago
Tribune (US), March 19, 2003
--  Stop the war: Bring the troops home, The Guardian, March 19, 2003
--  The world's new superpower, Editorial, The Guardian, March 19, 2003
--  A monstrous war, The Guardian, March 19, 2003
--  Will the War Begin With a Big Lie?, Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting
(US), Press Release, March 19, 2003
--  Proud of Opera House Protest, Australian Anti-Bases Coalition, Press
Release, March 19, 2003
--  Australia's complicity in war crimes, Australian Anti-Bases Coalition,
Press Release, March 19, 2003
--  Ave Caesar: The Emperor Has Spoken, Let the World Take Heed, Rahul
Mahajan, CounterPunch (US), March 18, 2003
--  We Must Not Let Each Other Down: Confronting Our Fears So We Can
Confront the Empire, Robert Jensen, CounterPunch (US), March 18, 2003
--  16 Iraqi 'violations' of the UN versus 51,000 by the US and UK, Jan
Oberg, Centre for Research on Globalisation (Ca), March 17, 2003
--  Imperial Enterprise: War Mongers Run Amok, Gregory Elich, Swans (US),
March 17, 2003
--  The Iraq crisis in context, Ulli Diemer, Centre for Research on
Globalisation (Ca), March 17, 2003
--  Australia-US free trade pact will not help Australia, critics say,
Agence France Presse (Fr), March 17, 2003
--  The war of misinformation has begun, Robert Fisk, The Independent (UK),
March 16, 2003
--  Defence disquiet runs deep, Deborah Snow, Sydney Morning Herald, March
15, 2003
--  Hollow ring to Sir Echo, Alan Ramsey, Sydney Morning Herald, March 15,
--  Hey, John, most of us don't want your war, Hugh Mackay, Sydney Morning
Herald, March 15, 2003
--  Bank Lockout Mars Peace Day, Workers Online, Issue No. 170, March 14,
--  Crisis could be shot in arm for UN, Tony Stephens, Sydney Morning
Herald, March 14, 2003
--  All the propaganda that's fit to hear, Mike Seccombe, Sydney Morning
Herald, March 14, 2003
--  Global Eye -- Last Orders, Chris Floyd, Moscow Times (Ru), March 14,
--  The quisling of Belgrade, Neil Clark, The Guardian (UK), March 14, 2003
--  Kurdish people resist U.S. manipulation, Greg Butterfield, Workers World
(US), March 13, 2003
--  Out of the straitjacket, Alastair Hay, The Guardian (UK), March 12, 2003
--  Books not bombs, The Guardian, March 12, 2003
--  The dark corners of the world, Dr Fidel Castro Ruz, Speech at the 13th
Conference of the Non-Aligned Movement, The Guardian, Number 1129, March 12,
--  U.S. radio station in Jordan sounds like a hit with young: Music,
all-Arabic format thrive; some say news is slanted, Nancy Youssef, Detroit
Free Press (US), March 11, 2003
--  U.S. quietly soliciting bids for rebuilding postwar Iraq, Neil King Jr.,
Wall Street Journal (US), March 10, 2003
--  Going Off to War Supplied With Lies, Nicholas von Hoffman, The New York
Observer (US), March 10, 2003
--  North Korea: U.S. Plotting a Nuclear Attack, Jae-Suk Yoo, Associated
Press (US), March 9, 2003
--  Some Evidence on Iraq Called Fake: U.N. Nuclear Inspector Says Documents
on Purchases Were Forged, Joby Warrick, Washington Post (US), March 8, 2003
--  Non-aligned leaders blast war, unilateralism, People's Weekly World
(US), March 8, 2003
--  MSNBC's Double Standard on Free Speech 'Turd World' is OK-- 'anti-war,
anti-Bush' is not, Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting (US), FAIR Press
Release, March 7, 2003
--  Haliburton unit is tapped to oversee oil fields in Iraq, Chip Cummins
and Thaddeus Herrick, Wall Street Journal (US), March 7, 2003
--  Sacre Bleu - It's 'La Gong' Now, Workers Online, Issue 169, March 7,
--  US should increase psychological warfare on North Korea, The
Virginian-Pilot (US), March 7, 2003
--  Bush blocks Mugabe's assets, Associated Press (US), March 7, 2003
--  Leaked memo suggests US manipulating UN, Tony Jones, Martin Bright,
Lateline Transcript, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, March 6, 2003
--  US free trade deal 'may harm Australian farmers', Tim Colebatch, The
Age, March 3, 2003
--  A Legal Case For War?, Aaron Magner, Workers Online, March 2003
--  Too Much of a Good Thing, George Monbiot, Guardian (UK), February 18,
--  Bush needs a credible UN, Quentin Peel, Financial Times (UK), February
17, 2003
--  The American Neo-conservatives: Interview with Jim Lobe, Jonathan
Holmes, February 17, 2003
--  CIA tells US senators North Korea may possibly have nuclear ballistic
missiles at some point in the future, George Edmonson, The Atlanta
Journal-Constitution (US), February 13, 2003
--  Rumsfeld's war letters to Clinton, Jason Leopold, The Paper, February
--  The Cold Test, Seymour M. Hersh, The New Yorker (US), January 27, 2003
--  US Air Force pilot apologises for plane crash, Ananova (UK), January 27,
--  Iraqi Communists: Peaceful solution, Nick Wright, Morning Star (UK),
January 16, 2003
--  James Bond faces Korean boycott, Ananova (UK), December 11, 2002
--  No to War ... No to Dictatorship: Solidarity with the Iraqi People for
Peace and Democracy, Iraqi Communist Party, Political Statement, September
28, 2002
--  Depleted Uranium In Bunker Bombs: America's big dirty secret, Robert
James Parsons, Le Monde diplomatique (Fr), March, 2002
--  Vladimir Slipchenko: the Awe-inspiring Potential of American
High-precision Weaponry, Alexander Khokhlov, Izvestia (Ru), January 18, 2002
--  CIA estimates of potential North Korean nuclear capability, Central
Intelligence Agency (US), 2002
--  Watching The Warheads: The Risks to Pakistan's Nuclear Arsenal, Seymour
M. Hersh, The New Yorker (US), November 5, 2001
--  Confrontations at Korean bombing range, The Guardian, June 28, 2000
--  Activists demand U.S. troop withdrawal from South Korea, Kyong-Hwa Seok,
Associated Press (US), June 24, 2000
--  Korea Thaws, Pentagon Freezes, Matthew Rothschild, The Progressive (US),
June 20, 2000
--  US sees no need to downgrade North Korea threat despite summit, Agence
France Presse (Fr), June 14, 2000
--  Koreas sign landmark reconciliation accord, Agence France Presse (Fr),
June 14, 2000
--  South Korea stopped US strike on North Korea: former president, Agence
France Presse (Fr), May 24, 2000

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