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, par Truthout

Les mamans de soldats toujours en lutte pour le retrait complet des troupes

Cynthia Benjamin

Ce texte, publié originellement en anglais par Truthout, a été traduit par Léa Ferté, traductrice bénévole pour rinoceros.
Aujourd’hui est la date limite de retrait complet des troupes de combat en Irak promise par Barack Obama. Après plus de sept années de guerre pour une cause à laquelle la (...)

Military Moms Still Fighting for Complete Withdrawal

Today is the deadline promised by Barack Obama for the complete withdrawal of combat troops from Iraq. After more than seven years of war for a cause most Americans couldn’t believe in, I should feel relief, even elation, as the date approaches. Reassurance, however, has been elusive to me. I am (...)

, par Syfia International

Madagascar toujours en quête de stabilité

par Mamy Andriatiana

Cinquante ans après son indépendance, le bilan est sombre pour Madagascar. Après des coups d’État en série qui l’ont gravement affaiblie économiquement et socialement, la Grande île cherche toujours sa stabilité. Le 26 juin prochain, les Malgaches fêteront le 50e anniversaire de leur indépendance. Ils se (...)

Os EUA querem salvar o mundo do terrorismo e quem salvará o mundo dos EUA?

Izaías Almada é escritor e colunista do NR

A arrogância e a prepotência com que o governo dos EUA se comporta no mundo contemporâneo, além de cansativas, estão se tornando um perigo para a sobrevivência da humanidade. Que eu saiba, à exceção dos poucos países cujos governos mantêm uma postura totalmente submissa aos interesses norte americanos (...)

Stop Pretending the Iraq War Is Over

Andrew J. Bacevich

The departure of the last combat brigade from Iraq may have signaled to one soldier that “We’ve won!”—but not even the most optimistic American general believes the insurgency will end soon, says Andrew J. Bacevich. Read more

, by Foreign Policy in Focus

Move the Money, Starve the Empire

June 26 may have been the last day of the U.S. Social Forum (USSF) in Detroit, but it might very well be the emergence of a more powerful antiwar movement in this country.
We can’t address the economic crisis blighting neighborhoods throughout the United States without moving money away from (...)

, by Tomdispatch.com

Giving Up On Victory, Not War

The United States, Israel, and the Failure of the Western Way of War

Nearly 20 years ago, a querulous Madeleine Albright demanded to know: “What’s the point of having this superb military you’re always talking about if we can’t use it?” Today, an altogether different question deserves our attention: What’s the point of constantly using our superb military if doing so (...)

, by Truthout

WikiLeaks: Time to Celebrate, Time to Mourn

It’s a big win for Internet-based, indie media that WikiLeaks.org posted its "Afghan War Diary," based on 90,000 leaked US military records detailing a failing war in which US and allied forces have repeatedly killed innocent civilians. This on-the-ground material is vaster than the Daniel (...)

, by Outlook India

The Bomber Among Us

Hindus are docile, peace-loving, non-violent people. India is a land of unity in diversity. This is, after all, the country that produced Mahatma Gandhi. Terrorists are always Muslims. What of the so-called Maoist terrorists? Oh, they are tribals and their leaders are communists. They are not (...)

Arrêtez de faire comme si la guerre était finie

Andrew J. Bacevich

Ce texte, publié originellement en anglais par The Daily Beast, a été traduit par Anne Le Meur, traductrice bénévole pour rinoceros.
« Nous avons gagné ! » : c’est ce qu’a pu croire un soldat en voyant la dernière brigade de combat quitter l’Irak fin août 2010. Mais pas un seul général américain, même (...)

, por CHOMSKY Noam

A guerra no Afeganistão: ecos do Vietnã

Os fuzileiros estão enfrentando um problema que sempre espreitou os conquistadores, e que é muito familiar para os Estados Unidos, desde o Vietnã. Em 1969, Douglas Pike, o mais importante acadêmico governamental nos assuntos do Vietnã lamentou que o inimigo – a Frente de Libertação Nacional (FLN) – (...)

, par ZIBECHI Raúl

Un an après le coup d’État au Honduras. Le recours de la méthode

Ce texte, publié originellement en espagnol par Alai, a été traduit par Adeline Franzetti, traductrice bénévole pour rinoceros.
La militarisation croissante de la politique des Etats-Unis envers la région est loin de n’être qu’un mauvais moment destiné à passer : c’est la conséquence de l’usure des (...)

, par Common Dreams

Pire qu’on ne l’imaginait : les conséquences de la guerre en Irak

César Chelala

Ce texte, publié originellement en anglais par Common Dreams, a été traduit par Lucille Groult, traductrice bénévole pour rinoceros.
En 2003, plusieurs semaines avant le début de la guerre d’Irak, j’ai écrit un article sur le conflit imminent, dans lequel je mettais en garde contre les conséquences (...)

, by Common Dreams

Worse Than Imagined: Consequences of the Iraq War

César Chelala

In 2003, several weeks before the start of the Iraq war, I wrote an article on the impending war in which I warned against the terrible humanitarian consequences that a war against that country would unleash. I never imagined that they would be much worse than the nightmarish scenario that I (...)

The American Way of War: How Bush’s Wars Became Obama’s

Tom Engelhardt, Haymarket Books, 269 pages

Since 2001, Tom Englehardt has written regular reports for his popular site TomDispatch that have provided badly needed insight into US militarism and its effects, both at home and abroad. When others were celebrating the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, he warned of the enormous dangers of (...)

, por Pambazuka

Uma lágrima pelo povo e pelo Estado de Angola

Luíz Araújo

Neste artigo, o ativista Luis Araújo discute a relação direta entre conservação da memória e do patrimônio material e imaterial da nação angolana e seus desmembramentos no governo do atual presidente Eduardo dos Santos, assim como relembra ao leitor o papel fundamental que o Mercado Kinaxixe teve na (...)

, by AfricaFocus

Western Sahara: Forgotten Conflict

The Western Sahara conflict, notes analyst Yahia Zoubir, is now in the 35th year, with no sign of resolution. While the United Nations is ostensibly responsible for its resolution, France and the United States provide implicit support for Moroccan occupation of the territory, failing to support (...)

¿Contra quién se arma Chile?

Revista Punto Final

La desconfianza con que miran a Chile algunos países del vecindario, parece justificada a la luz del último informe anual sobre el gasto militar en América Latina del Instituto Internacional de Estudios para la Paz (Sipri), de Estocolmo. En su informe sobre el año 2009, señala que Chile se ubica en (...)

, por IPS

Colombia elige más de lo mismo

Por Constanza Vieira

El ex ministro de Defensa de Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, fue electo presidente con el voto de apenas 30 por ciento del padrón electoral, mientras la abstención superó el 55 por ciento en este país sudamericano que vive en guerra interna desde 1964.
Aún así, Santos obtuvo 69,06 por ciento de los (...)

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