Latest updates to our anti-imperialist war pages

mainman at agitprop.org.au mainman at agitprop.org.au
Fri May 16 18:21:02 MDT 2003


Hi all

 These are the latest additions to our anti Imperialist war pages at http://www.agitprop.org.au/nowar

 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.

 Cheers

 John

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 --  US development of tactical nuclear weapons: Interview with Richard Butler, Mark Davis, Dateline, SBS, broadcast May 14, 2003
 --  BushCo Reams Nation Good, Mark Morford, San Francisco Chronicle (US), May 14, 2003
 --  A Nuclear Road of No Return, Robert Scheer, Los Angeles Times (US), May 13, 2003
 --  US weapons team ends its search with no discovery, Andrew Buncombe, The Independent (US), May 12, 2003
 --  No Weapons, No Matter: We Called Saddam's Bluff, Michael Schrage, Washington Post (US), May 11, 2003; Page B02
 --  U.S. Empire Menaces Asia, Greg Butterfield, Workers World (US), May 15, 2003
 --  Counter-revolution and resistance in Iraq, Richard Becker, Workers World (US), May 15, 2003
 --  The war against Iraqi people is not over, Dr Hannah Middleton, Speech at May Day Rally, May 4, 2003
 --  From invasion to occupation and colonisation, Editorial, The Guardian,  No. 1137, May 14, 2003
 --  Halliburton: poised for the spoils, Denis Doherty, The Guardian,  No. 1137, May 14, 2003
 --  Bechtel And Blood For Water:, Vandana Shiva, Information Clearing House (US), May 12, 2003
 --  S Korea to urge Bush to sign nuclear peace pledge, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, May 12, 2003
 --  Lessons From Iraq Include How to Scare North Korean Leader, Thom Shanker, New York Times (US), May 11, 2003
 --  US Congress Committee approves nuclear Bill, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, May 11, 2003
 --  The thief of Baghdad, Marian Wilkinson and Peter Fray, Sydney Morning Herald, May 10, 2003
 --  North Korea Lashes Out at Seoul Defense Minister, Reuters (UK), May 10, 2003
 --  US pushes for control of Iraqi oil revenues, Evelyn Leopold, Reuters (UK), May 10, 2003
 --  A New Holocaust: The Genocidal Policies of the US, Kareem M. Kamel, Islam Online (Qa), May 10, 2003
 --  Counting The Costs Of "Liberation": After Iraq, Which Way Forward For The Movement?, Tristan Ewins, Z Net (US), May 09, 2003
 --  China well placed to defuse N-crisis, Ching Cheong, Straits Times (Sg), May 9, 2003
 --  US to ask for UN approval to control Iraq's oil industry, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, May 9, 2003
 --  We protest the war - and remember, W.T. Whitney Jr., MD, People's Weekly World (US), May 10, 2003
 --  New dangers and tasks for the new peace movement, Sam Webb, national chairman, Communist Party USA, People's Weekly World (US), May 10, 2003
 --  The people of Korea pursue peace, Kay Landby, People's Weekly World (US), May 10, 2003
 --  Cuba and dissidents, Cliff DuRand, People's Weekly World (US), May 10, 2003
 --  I loathe America, and what it has done to the rest of the world, Margaret Drabble, Daily Telegraph (UK), May 8, 2003
 --  Communists in Iraq mark May Day, Susan Webb, The Guardian, May 7, 2003
 --  America's weapons evidence flawed, say spies, Tim Reid, The Times (UK), May 7, 2003
 --  Background notes: US threatens North Korea, The Guardian, May 7, 2003
 --  In Search of a North Korea Policy, Editorial, New York Times (US), May 6, 2003
 --  Selective Intelligence, Seymour M. Hersh, New Yorker (US), May 6, 2003
 --  North Korea denies link to Pong Su, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, May 6, 2003
 --  Bush Shifts Focus to Nuclear Sales by North Korea, David E. Sanger, New York Times (US), May 5, 2003
 --  Tech Wars: American Military Preponderance, Novakeo, Ether Zone (US), May 5, 2003
 --  "Lethal and Compassionate": The Militarization of US Culture, Jorge Mariscal, Counterpunch (US), May 5, 2003
 --  Soldiers, God and Empire: Achtung!  Are We the New Nazis?, Douglas Herman, Strike the Root (US), May 5, 2003
 --  Weapons of Mass Destruction Were a Fantasy From the Start, Gwynne Dyer, Salt Lake Tribune (US), May 5, 2003
 --  Interview: Kim Myong Chol, Jana Wendt, Sunday, PBL, broadcast May 4, 2003
 --  Real American Agenda Now Becoming Clear, Haroon Siddiqui, Toronto Star (Ca), May 4, 2003
 --  Iraq divided into three military sectors, United Press International (US), May 2, 2003
 --  Cleric's Killing a Setback to US: CIA lost an ally and $13M, Knut Royce, Newsday (US), May 2, 2003
 --  Counterterrorism Expert Gets Key Post in Iraq, Reuters (UK), May 2, 2003
 --  US plots to oust Mugabe with African nations' help, Basildon Peta and Andrew Grice, The Independent (UK), May 2, 2003
 --  Reds under the ruins, Paul Belden, Asia Times (HK), May 2, 2003
 --  Caught out: US Ambassador lies about North Korean nuclear weapons, David Wall, Japan Times (Jp), May 1, 2003
 --  Media Monopolies Have Muzzled Dissent, Ian Masters, Los Angeles Times (US), May 1, 2003
 --  Speech at May Day rally in  Revolution Square, Havana, Dr. Fidel Castro Ruz, May 1, 2003
 --  United Front, Andrew Casey, Workers Online, April 2003
 --  Communists not invited to Iraqi leadership meeting, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, April 30,  2003
 --  Human shield tells of ongoing tragedy in Iraq, Bob Briton, The Guardian, April 30, 2003
 --  Occupiers out!, The Guardian, April 30, 2003
 --  About Those Iraqi Intelligence Documents: Were They Planted?, Wayne Madsen, Counterpunch (US), April 29, 2003
 --  Matters of Emphasis, Paul Krugman, New York Times (US), April 29, 2003
 --  Fury at agriculture post for US businessman, Heather Stewart, The Guardian (UK), April 28, 2003
 --  From Vietnam To Iraq, by Edward S. Herman, Swans (US), April 28, 2003
 --  North Korea faces naval blockade over nuclear arms, Shane Green, Sydney Morning Herald, April 28, 2003
 --  Who could ask for anything more?, Stephen Gowans, What's Left (Ca), April 28, 2003
 --  The Tasteful War And Other Media Lies, Deck Deckert, Swans (US), April 28, 2003
 --  Americans have good reason to be afraid of their leaders, Barbara Sumner Burstyn, New Zealand Herald, April 28, 2003
 --  Rumsfeld's North Korea Connection, Richard Behar, Fortune (US), April 28, 2003
 --  Revealed: How the road to war was paved with lies, Raymond Whitaker, The Independent (UK), April 27, 2003
 --  "Progressives" Should Think Twice About Piling Onto Cuba, Emile Schepers, April 27, 2003
 --  The Empire Slinks Back, Niall Ferguson, New York Times (US), April 27, 2003
 --  Superman declares war on America, Senay Boztas, Sunday Times (UK), April 27, 2003
 --  Scott Ritter: US lied about WMDs, By Jim Anderson, Dawn (Pk) April 27, 2003
 --  Weapons of Mass Distraction: Where? Find? Plant?, David MacMichael and Ray McGovern, Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (US), April 26, 2003
 --  Former Shell chief 'to run Iraqi oil industry', Agence France-Press, April 25, 2003
 --  Will Iraq Prove to Be OPEC's Nemesis?, Christopher Weafer, The Moscow Times (Ru), April 24, 2003. Page 8
 --  North Korea urges US to open its nuclear forces to inspections, Sergei Mingazhev, Itar-Tass, April 24, 2003
 --  The Most Dangerous President Ever: How and why George W. Bush undermines American security, Harold Meyerson, The American Prospect (US), Vol. 14, No. 5, May 1, 2003
 --  Oil flow from Iraq resumes, Japan Today (Jp), April 24, 2003
 --  North Korean flights unsettle crisis talks, Shane Green, April 24, 2003
 --  U.S. bridles as Annan calls it 'occupying power', Jonathan Fowler, Toronto Sta (Ca), April 24, 2003
 --  Pentagon staged statue's fall, Heather Cottin, Workers World (US),  April 24, 2003
 --  Spoils of war: U.S. bosses make grab for oil, contracts, Greg Butterfield, Workers World (US), April 24, 2003
 --  The Great Unravelling of US Global Power, The Black Commentator (US), Issue Number 39 - April 24, 2003
 --  US refuses to allow UN inspectors in Iraq, Caroline Overington, Marian Wilkinson, The Age, April 24, 2003
 --  Russian official predicts 'catastrophic' events, Agence France-Presse, April 24 2003
 --  Oil Flows Again from Iraq's Southern Oilfields, Reuters (UK), April 23, 2003
 --  Analysis: Strategic bombing in Iraq war, Thomas Houlahan, United Press International (US), April 23, 2003
 --  Blix attacks 'shaky' intelligence on weapons, Gary Younge, Richard Norton-Taylor and Patrick Wintour, The Guardian (UK), April 23, 2003
 --  What, No Smoking Gun? The Media and the Specter of WMD, Cynthia Cotts, Village Voice (US), April 23 - 29, 2003
 --  The decline and fall of American journalism, Alexander Cockburn, Working for Change (US), April 23, 2003
 --  CNN, Republican Guard Remnants, And The Old-Closet Ploy, Jed Babbin, National Review (US), April 23, 2003
 --  Prosecute US Corporate Media Whores For War Crimes, David Walsh, Information Times (US), April 22, 2003
 --  Korea at Risk, Chalmers Johnson,, Pacific News Service (US), April 22, 2003
 --  Which War Are You Watching?: The View from Spain, Dwight F. Reynolds, April 20, 2003
 --  The Germans "supported" their troops, too, Dennis Rahkonen, Online Journal (US), April 20, 2003
 --  Batting for the Winning Team: America's In-Bedded Journalism, William Macdougall, Counterpunch (US), April 19, 2003
 --  Desolation Row, Chris Floyd, Moscow Times (Ru), April 18, 2003. Page XXIV
 --  Privatizing Iraq: The battle for the bucks, Milt Neidenberg, Workers World (US),  April 17, 2003
 --  Korea, South and North, at Risk, Chalmers Johnson, Mother Jones (US), April 17, 2003
 --  Please, prove us peaceniks wrong, Peter FitzSimons, Sydney Morning Herald, April 17, 2003
 --  On to Syria?, Matthew Rothschild, The Progressive (US), April 16, 2003
 --  Mondo Washington: Our Man in Baghdad, James Ridgeway, Village Voice (US), April 15, 2003
 --  Waiting In The Wings: North Korea's Bomb, John Clearwater, Winnipeg Free Press, March 23, 2003
 --  In This War, Products are Targets Too, The Holmes Report (US), March 12, 2003
 --  Using The "UN Process" To Help Organize A Massacre, Edward S. Herman, Swans (US), February 17, 2003
 --  Report Explains the withdrawal of the DPRK from the Nuclear Proliferation Treaty, Korean Central News Agency, January 21, 2003
 --  Rule of the Pirates, Editorial, Black Commentator (US), Issue Number 19, December 5, 2002
 --  The innocent dead in a coward's war: Estimates suggest US bombs have killed at least 3,767 civilians, Seumas Milne, The Guardian (UK), December 20, 2001
 --  The real meaning of the "war against terrorism", Peter Symon, The Guardian, December 5, 2001
 --  'It's a show trial without the show', Edward Helmore, The Guardian (UK), November 28, 2001
 --  This Raging Colossus, Madeleine Bunting, The Guardian (UK), November 19, 2001
 --  The Empire strikes back, Maria Misra, The New Statesman (UK),  November 12, 2001
 --  How a free press censors itself, Scott Lucas, The New Statesman (UK), 12th November 2001
 --  Say what you want, but this war is illegal, Michael Mandel, The Globe and Mail (Toronto), October 9, 2001
 --  It's the rich wot get the blame, Nick Cohen, The New Statesman (UK), September 3, 2001
 --  The Secret Behind the Sanctions: How the U.S. Intentionally Destroyed Iraq's Water Supply, Thomas J. Nagy, The Progressive (US), September, 2001
 --  Neighbourhood Bully: An interview with Ramsey Clark on American Militarism, Derrick Jenson, The Sun (US), Issue 308, August 2001,
 --  Liberate Okinawa From a 'Rogue Superpower' -- The U.S. and Japan will be embarrassed if they don't take a cue from the Korean summit, Chalmers Johnson, Los Angeles Times (US), June 23, 2000
 --  Declaration of the WFTU: Month of Solidarity with the workers and people of Korea, World Federation of Trade Unions, Press Release No.12, June 21, 2000
 --  Korea -- Giant step towards reunification, The Guardian, June 21, 2000
 --  US pilots 'sometimes attacked civilian groups' in Korean war, Sang-Hun Choe, Associated Press (US), December 29, 1999
 --  Pentagon may offer immunity in No Gun Ri massacre, Los Angeles Times (US), October 24, 1999
 --  The massacre at No Gun Ri -- Forgotten no more, Michael R. Allen, American Partisan (US), October, 1999
 --  Korean war killing inquiry, The Guardian (UK), October 30, 1999
 --  South Korean policeman accused of torturing hundreds turns himself in, Associated Press (US), October 28, 1999
 --  U.S., S. Korea Gingerly Probe the Past, Doug Struck, Joohee Cho, Washington Post (US), October 27, 1999
 --  South Korean Students Protest No Gun Ri Massacre, Associated Press (US), October 16, 1999
 --  'We followed orders' -- U.S. troops admit No Gun Ri massacre, Pat Chin, Workers World (US), October 14, 1999
 --  Refugees Killed on U.S. Orders -- Korean War Veterans Recall Blasting Bridges Full of Civilians, Sang-Hun Choe, Charles J. Hanley, Martha Mendoza and Randy Herschaft, Associated Press (US), October 14, 1999
 --  The Bridge at No Gun Ri, Sang-Hun Choe, Charles J. Hanley, Martha Mendoza and Randy Herschaft, Associated Press (US), October 1999
 --  South Korea Provoked War with North, Oliver Lee, Star-Bulletin (US), June 24, 1994
 --  The Korean War -- An Unanswered Question, Dr. Channing Liem, Foreign Languages Publishing House, Pyongyang, DPRK, 1993



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