Iraq and Afghanistan are separated by more than 1,000 miles and, although they both exist in what is now known as the Greater Middle East, they had little in common -- at least until March 2003, when the Bush administration followed up its 2001 invas
The sectarian terror group won't be defeated by the western states that incubated it in the first place.
The full story of how the U.S. ended up allied with some Sunni extremists in Syria - while at war with others - is a convoluted tale dating back to President George W. Bush's neocons venturing off into Vice President Cheney's "dark side"
Reflecting on the life and recent death of Mr. Chalabi, as Americans, it is only natural that we see him as we saw him.
Eric Margolis, an internationally-syndicated journalist and author of American Raj, discusses how George W. Bush's invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq helped derail Turkey's economic and diplomatic success story.
Through history there have been many secret societies and conspiracy theories about those societies. This is a list of 10 of the most famous and popular secret societies or alleged secret societies.
Donald Trump's indictment of the Bush II administration for failing to prevent the 9/11 attacks presents an opportunity for more of a bird's eye view of American foreign policy in the Middle East, a policy that has killed many ....
Walt Disney Co.'s ESPN sports network, confronting rising programming costs and a loss of viewers, plans to eliminate as many as 350 positions, about 4.3 percent of its workforce, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
In a stunning blow to the official narrative propagated by the Bush administration, recently released, declassified emails have exposed the numerous lies government officials espoused in the months leading up to the war in Iraq.
He didn't plan to say it. But two hours into the second Republican presidential debate, Jeb Bush took a firm stand..."He kept us safe," he said.
Remember when America erupted in fury over France's refusal to support the US invasion of Iraq in 2003?
U.S. oil prices traded below $40 a barrel for the first time since the 2009 financial crisis, ending 2 percent lower on Friday on signs of U.S. oversupply and weak Chinese manufacturing and notching the longest weekly losing streak in almost three d
On August 2, 1990, the Iraqi army invaded Kuwait, a tiny Persian Gulf emirate.
The "US Institute of Peace" is a coven of warmongers
Do Americans have the right to learn whether a foreign government helped finance the 9/11 attacks?
Letter signed by over 110,000 people calls for new, independent investigation into 'horrific' abuses by US government
Perhaps Harvard University should send the Iraq study to Rumsfeld, Bush and others, if they are unaware of it. The study clearly shows that the Iraq and Afghanistan wars alone will cost Americans at least six trillion dollars.
Very good predictions:
Bush-era House Speaker Denny Hastert, who was indicted yesterday, is a living, breathing embodiment of everything sleazy and wrong with U.S. politics.
George W Bush has gone down in history as one of the world's most evil people, just behind Adolf Hitler and Osama bin Laden.
[Obama] did allow his Justice Department to investigate the C.I.A.'s destruction of videotapes of torture sessions and those who may have gone beyond the torture techniques authorized by President George W. Bush. But
"Hypocritical" is how CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou describes his arrest and imprisonment for exposing the spy agency's use of torture while those who actually committed the heinous acts go unpunished.
History will judge America harshly if we do not.
More than 13 years ago, as the US government struggled to figure out what to do with hundreds of "suspected terrorists" it either captured or acquired in exchange for bounties, someone in the Bush administration floated the idea of shipping them to t
Bush administration relied on false report to build case for invasion; Levin repeats call for full declassification.
The Senate Intelligence Committee released a report on Tuesday that details harsh CIA interrogation techniques employed in counterterrorism efforts during the administration of President George W. Bush.
In 2008, the Bush administration and a key IAEA official agreed on a strategy of misrepresenting Iran's position on the authenticity of intelligence documents, which they used to establish an official narrative of Iran "stonewalling" the IAEA investi
What if the American invasion of Iraq had nothing to do with weapons of mass destruction?
The American foreign-policy elite seems to have no idea what it's doing.
Many observers, including author Roger Stone in his LRC podcast interview with Lew Rockwell today, believe that James Brady was the unfortunate collateral damage of the Bush-engineered assassination attempt on the life of Ronald Reagan.