Tag: George W Bush

Iraq and Our Democracy by Alison Caddick

If the non-response to the marches against the Iraq war in 2003 confirmed a disabling political cynicism in many people, today we witness the political fruits of two decades of aggression in the Middle East and its fallout.

Empires of Consumption

With empires on the move again, Alison Caddick looks at our prospects for the future.

Blitzkrieg: A New Freedom to be Feared

John Hinkson The US Administration's Developing Sense Of 'Freedom' Grants License To Destroy Without Taking On Any Reciprocal Responsibility

Them’s Fighting Words

Douglas McQueen-Thomson: Language of War and War Through Language.

In Terror and Hope

Guy Rundle

What Hope for Years to Come?

Geoff Sharp: In the wake of the terrorist attacks in the United States, the tension between religious piety and imperial power reveals the urgent need for re-examination of the new social forms

The Terrorist Syndrome

Paul James: Mainstream Western responses to global violence involve disturbing reassertions of nationalistic parochialism.

Will Democracy Come to the USA?

Simon Cooper: Political dissent, so-called un-Americanism and the erosion of civil liberties in the US

AIDS in Africa

Guy Rundle on Big Pharma's response to the AIDS epidemic in Africa

Addicted to War

Jospeh Raso The New US Aid Package Fuels Colombia's Counter-Insurgency War

A Band of Robbers

Erin McKenna Blood and Money in the US Presidential Elections

George W. Bush

Matthew Ryan Linking God, Death and Votes