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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Fifteen years have passed since President George W. Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney and a coterie of neoconservatives launched the invasion of Iraq with a murderous bombardment of Baghdad.
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A U.S. Army soldier attached to 3rd Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment hands out informational flyers in Mosul, Iraq, Jan. 4, 2008. Photo: U.S. Army/Spc. Kieran Cuddihy
Matthew Behrens | It has been 38 years of almost non-stop warfare and repression, with thousands killed, billions wasted, and Dr. Rafil Dhafir still in jail for violating sanctions
Podcast
Frieda Werden | In this program from the WINGS archives: Dr. Cynthia Enloe, Women's Studies, Clark University; and the women of the film WikiRebels, including Birgitta Jonsdottir, member of Parliament from Iceland.
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Matthew Behrens | Even as Canada enters the next stage of its two front wars, it would be good to pause and apologize for the unspeakable grief we have caused to the people of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
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Waleed Ahmed | Iraq is witnessing similar events to the insurgency of 2003, but this time led by ISIS. The UN has warned that military strikes might be counterproductive. Can the U.S. curb its imperial puppeteering?
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Democracy Now! | UN Envoy Lakhdar Brahimi discusses the sectarian war, the disastrous '03 invasion and the escalating Iraqi conflict.
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Amy Goodman | It didn't take long this week for the architects of the disastrous U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq to apply their makeup and jump before the cable news television cameras.
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Matthew Behrens | This past week has provided Canadians with a series of warm and fuzzies that, like most of this nation's mythology, were built on self-congratulatory lies.
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James Clark | March 20 marks the nine-year anniversary of the start of the Iraq war. The pro-war arguments that were exposed as lies years ago are now making a comeback, this time to justify an attack on Iran.
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Matthew Behrens | New York oncologist Dr. Rafil Dhafir was sentenced to 22 years for consciously violating the sanctions against the people of Iraq and remains behind bars in one of the most brutal of U.S. prisons.
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Hadani Ditmars | I am in New York at Christmas time. I would like to be thinking about things like Miracle on 34th Street and An Affair to Remember. But instead I am thinking about Iraq.
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Amy Goodman | Dick Cheney's memoir follows one by his colleague and friend Donald Rumsfeld. As each promotes his own version of history, there are people challenging and confronting them.