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Gary King> As the U.S. Moves into Southeast Asia, A Report on the Philippines

As the U.S. Moves into Southeast Asia, A Report on the Philippines By Gary King    worldwideWAMM June/July 2012  Policy makers have announced plans to “rebalance” military presence by concentrating 60% of U.S. forces in the Pacific, offering vague rationales about defense. But U.S. military involvement in the Philippines enables exploitation by multi-national corporations and oppression More

Gary King> As the U.S. Moves into Southeast Asia, A Report on the Philippines

As the U.S. Moves into Southeast Asia, A Report on the Philippines By Gary King    worldwideWAMM June/July 2012  Policy makers have announced plans to “rebalance” military presence by concentrating 60% of U.S. forces in the Pacific, offering vague rationales about defense. But U.S. military involvement in the Philippines enables exploitation by multi-national corporations and oppression More

Rowley & Wright> Amnesty’s Shilling for US-NATO Wars

Coleen Rowley  Former FBI Special Agent Amnesty’s Shilling for US-NATO Wars By Ann Wright and Coleen Rowley 06/18/2012    Huffington Post  The new Executive Director of Amnesty International USA — Suzanne Nossel — is a recent U.S. government insider. So it’s a safe bet that AI’s decision to seize upon a topic that dovetailed with More

Rowley & Wright> Amnesty’s Shilling for US-NATO Wars

Coleen Rowley  Former FBI Special Agent Amnesty’s Shilling for US-NATO Wars By Ann Wright and Coleen Rowley 06/18/2012    Huffington Post  The new Executive Director of Amnesty International USA — Suzanne Nossel — is a recent U.S. government insider. So it’s a safe bet that AI’s decision to seize upon a topic that dovetailed with More

3 Human Rights Groups Call for Release of Imprisoned Chinese Nobel Laureate

3 Human Rights Groups Call for Release of Imprisoned Chinese Nobel Laureate By EDWARD WONG    Published: October 7, 2011   New York Times BEIJING — Three prominent human rights groups called on China on Friday to release the imprisoned dissident writer Liu Xiaobo, who won the Nobel Peace Prize a year ago, and to More

168 Children Killed in Pakistan Drone Strikes Campaign, by Rob Crilly

A boy stands at the site of suspected US drone attacks in the Janikhel tribal area in the Bannu district of Northwest Frontier Province in Pakistan, 11/19/08. (photo: Reuters) 168 Children Killed in Pakistan Drone Strikes Campaign By Rob Crilly, The Telegraph UK   13 August 11 Reader Supported News As many as 168 children have More

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