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Thursday, April 14, 2011

[haw-info] HAW Notes 4/14/11: Links to recent articles of interest

Suggestions for these more-or-less biweekly lists can be sent to jimobrien48@gmail.com.  Thanks to Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, Mim Jackson, Sam Lowe, Stuart Schaar, and Rusti Eisenberg for suggesting articles that are included in the following list.

"Not Why But How: To the Shores of (and the Skies above) Tripoli"
By Andrew J. Bacevich, Tom Dispatch.com, posted April 12
The author teaches history and international relations at Boston University

"The Success of Revolutions That Do Not Succeed"
By Vijay Prashad, CounterPunch.org, posted April 8
The author teaches history at Trinity College

"Morocco: Can Dinosaurs Become Butterflies?"
By Stuart Schaar, The Indypendent, posted April 6
The author is a professor emeritus of Middle East and North African history at Brooklyn College

"The Censored War and You"
By Kelley B. Vlahos, antiwar.com, posted April 5
Compares coverage of the Vietnam and Afghanistan wars

"100 Years of Bombing Libya: The Forgotten Fascist Roots of Humanitarian Interventionism"
By Mark Almond, CounterPunch.org, posted April 5

"Japan, Europe and the Dangerous Fantasy of American Leadership"
By Karel van Wolferen, Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, posted April 4

"Last Act in the Middle East"
By Andrew J. Bacevich, Newsweek, posted April 3

"A Matter of Empire"
By Arno J. Mayer, CounterPunch, posted April 1
The author is an emeritus professor of history at Princeton University

"Response to Juan Cole on Libya"
By Phyllis Bennis, Institute for Policy Studies, posted April 1

"The Dangerous US Game in Yemen"
By Jeremy Scahill, The Nation, posted March 30
Has much historical background


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