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Tom Engelhardt Editor of TomDispatch.com

Despite two disastrous wars and a global war on terror now considered “multigenerational", trillions of lost dollars, and staggering numbers of deaths (if you happen to include Iraqi and Afghan ones), the U.S. military mustn’t in any way slack off.

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War is widely thought to be linked to economic good times. The second world war is often said to have brought the world out of depression, and war has since enhanced its reputation as a spur to economic growth. . . Today, we know that this is nonsens

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Janine R. Wedel and Linda Keenan

Contractor officials and employees are involved in all aspects of governing and negotiating "over policy making, implementation, and enforcement," as one legal scholar has noted. Yet Contractor companies are responsible for making a profit for their

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Joel Irving

A former DOD contract employee pleaded guilty today to conspiracy to bribe U.S. Army contracting officials stationed at an Army base in Kuwait, and to money laundering conspiracy, announced the Assistant Attorney General. Agrees to Forfeit $650,000 t

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Tom Vandenbrook USA Today

The Pentagon will release the names and roles of retired generals and admirals it hires to advise the military, the No. 2 Defense official announced today in an opinion piece in USA TODAY. As late as Monday, the Pentagon had considered shielding

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Maximilian Forte

Logan is now married to Joseph Burkett, described variously as “defense contractor” and “war contractor in Iraq.” No red flags there? Let’s get real. In fact, Logan produced a piece for 60 Minutes last year that served as a shill for Air Force drones

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