- Obama, the prince of bait-and-switch. Pilger, John // New Statesman;7/28/2008, Vol. 137 Issue 4907, p22
In this article the author comments on a number of aspects of the war in Afghanistan. He describes the significant number of deaths suffered by Afghan civilians as a result of misguided bombing by the U.S. forces fighting in the country. He declares that Barack Obama, the U.S. Democratic Party...
- Conventional Wisdom: Think Again. // Newsweek (Pacific Edition);8/9/2010, Vol. 156 Issue 6, p14
The article offers information on what WikiLeak's release of classified Afghan war documents revealed, clarified, or revealed.
- ANNUAL OVERALL CIVILIAN CASUALTY ESTIMATES IN AFGHANISTAN (2001-2007). // Defense Monitor;Sep/Oct2007, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p7
A chart is presented that depicts the 2001-2007 annual overall estimated civilian casualties in Afghanistan.
- Wikileaks' released documents add to mounting evidence against war. // Hill;7/29/2010, Vol. 17 Issue 90, p16
The author reflects on documents released to the news media by Wikileaks, which adds to the evidence of unsustainable and unjustifiable war in Afghanistan.
- Application of a New Resource-Constrained Triage Method to Military-Age Victims. Navin, D. Michael; Sacco, William J.; McGill, Gill // Military Medicine;Dec2009, Vol. 174 Issue 12, p1247
Objective: Evaluate the resource-constrained, evidence-based, and outcome-driven Sacco Triage method (STM) for military-age victims of blunt, penetrating, and blast overpressure-like trauma. Methods: STM is based on a mathematical model of resource-constrained triage. Its objective is to...
- Our Goal in Afghanistan: To Keep Our Troops Safe. Kattenburg, Kathy // Moderate Voice;7/4/2010, p5
The article reports on the demand by the U.S. Senator Joe Lieberman to U.S. President Barack Obama and David Petraeus, U.S. General in Afghanistan. The demand revolves on reviewing the rules of engagement of U.S. troops in Afghanistan to lessen civilian casualties. According to Fox News,...
- The Myth of a Kinder, Gentler War. Cohen, Michael A. // World Policy Journal;Spring2010, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p75
The article examines issues arising from the fighting of counter-insurgency wars. The central focus of the article is a recognition that counter-insurgency conflicts are frequently violent and have an impact of civilians who are often coerced and brutalized by both sides involved in fighting....
- Our murderous comedy of errors. Pilger, John // New Statesman;9/15/2008, Vol. 137 Issue 4914, p22
In this article the author denounces the British government- controlled media explanations for British involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan. He is critical of the notion that U.S. and British forces are engaged in those countries in order to achieve peace and political stability. Among other...
- Hold to the Deadline. // America;9/13/2010, Vol. 203 Issue 6, p5
The article offers the author's insight regarding the war in Afghanistan. The author discusses the implications of the war brought by the American troops in Afghanistan, wherein most of the 2,412 civilian victims were killed by rebels in 2009 and 596 were killed by the U.S., according to the...