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Wednesday, April 01, 2015

[haw-info] HAW Notes 4/1/15: Links to recent articles of interest


Links to Recent Articles of Interest

"The Deal with Iran: Five Arguments to Watch Out For"

By Gary Sick, LobeLog, posted April 1

The author served on the National Security Council under Presidents Ford, Carter, and Reagan

 

"Into the Abyss: Saudi Arabia's War in Yemen"

By Michael Horton, CounterPunch.org, posted April 1

Includes historical background on Saudi Arabia's relation to Yemen.


By Andrew J. Bacevich, Aljazeera, posted March 31
The author is a professor of history and international relations emeritus at Boston University.

By Dilip Hiro, TomDispatch.com, posted March 31
The author's latest book, on the history of the rivalry between India and Pakistan, has just been published by Nation Books.

By Gary Leupp, CounterPunch.org, posted March 30
The author teaches history and religion at Tufts University.

The author brought the My Lai massacre to public attention in the US in 1969.

By Brian Glyn Williams, History News Network, posted March 29
The author teaches history at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth.

By Lawrence S. Wittner, History News Network, posted March 29
The author is a professor of history emeritus ast SUNY Albany.

By Juan Cole, Informed Comment blog, posted March 11
The author teaches history at the University of Michigan.

Thanks to Mim Jackson and an anonymous reader for suggesting articles included in the above list. Suggestions can be sent to jimobrien48@gmail.com.

By the way, the last "HAW Notes" mailing contained an embarrassing typo, saying that the April 29 - May 2 Vietnam War events in Washington, DC would mark the "50th" anniversary of the war's end in 1975, not 40th. Sorry!





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