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US allies and its wars of choice

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CANBERRA – The by-now defused crisis of threatened U.S.-led military strikes on Syria raised once again the difficult question of how Washington’s allies should deal with U.S.…

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Right way to send a message

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CANBERRA – For a U.S. president who first gained prominence for his gift with words, Barack Obama can be remarkably loose with his language no matter how…

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Once again, US rushing to attack without facts

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http://www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2013/08/29/commentary/once-again-u-s-rushing-to-attack-without-facts/#.UiA2yWSSA7Q Ramesh Thakur, “Once again, U.S. rushing to attack without facts” The Japan Times, Friday, 30 August 2013 CANBERRA – You could not make this up. On…

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Sue Wareham on Syria

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The following letter by Dr Sue Wareham, Vice-President, Medical Association for Prevention of War (MAPW), and Secretary, Campaign for an Iraq War Inquiry, was published in The…

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Statement on Syria

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The Campaign for an Iraq War Inquiry said today that any use of chemical weapons, in Syria or elsewhere, is totally unacceptable. Allegations of their recent…

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Responsibly protecting Syrians

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Contribution by CIWI member NAJ Taylor Allegations that chemical weapons have been deployed against civilians in Syria are troublesome and, if true, are abhorrent. But what…

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