Tag Archives: just war theory

Tikkun: Q & A with Coleen Rowley, F.B.I. Whistleblower: Part Two

In Part Two of this Q & A with Coleen Rowley, the former FBI agent discusses bureaucratic arrogance, psychopathic leadership, and why strict adherence to just war doctrine, not “humanitarian” intervention, will lead to a safer world. In addition, Rowley offers her thoughts on the U.S. response to the use of chemical weapons in the […]

Noam Chomsky: U.S. Openly Brags About Boom Times for Its Drone Wars, While Casually Abandoning Our 800 Year-old System of Due Process

Slowly the foundations of liberty are ripped to shreds, torn apart Satellite Magazine / By Steven Garbas, Noam Chomsky  September 25, 2013  alternet.org This article first appeared at Satellite Magazine, whose author Steven Garbas met with Chomsky in Cambridge, Massachusetts earlier this year to discuss the development of the drone era under president Obama. Noam Chomsky: Just driving in this morning I was […]

Coleen Rowley> Are Human Rights Becoming a Tool of US “Smart Power”?

Are Human Rights Becoming a Tool of US “Smart Power”? Revisiting Coleen Rowley’s article on the use of human rights and the myth of humanitarian intervention. Editor’s Note:  “Liberals still stand and salute good old liberal words like Opposition, Rebellion, Humanitarianism, and Democracy – without recognition that these labels have been controverted by neocons and […]