Tag: Blowback
Do Drones Really Reduce Civilian Casualties?

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), commonly known as “drones,” have been the subject of heated debate in recent years, especially their role in combat. Without a doubt, the number of air strikes using drones has increased at an astonishing rate. Consider that in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Pakistan, Yemen, and Somalia, the U.S. government has launched…
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Conservative Opposition to Afghan War Mounting

First it was Tony Blankley, comparing Obama’s dilemma in Afghanistan to LBJ’s in Vietnam, calling both wars unwinnable and suggesting that Obama take a path different from LBJ and pull out while we’re behind. Now George Will believes it’s time to withdraw ground forces from Afghanistan, while maintaining limited drone strikes and the like….
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Debate on Terrorism at Texas A & M, Streamed Live Tonight (6:30 p.m. central)

Tonight, September 11th, at 6:30 p.m at Texas A & M University, Scott Horton, the host of antiwar.com radio, will debate Dr. Harvey Kushner on the following question: “Is the United States pursuing the correct strategy against international terrorism?” It will be streamed live and can be viewed here. Horton has an encyclopedic knowledge…
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