Tag: War

Of Art, Cultural Heritage, and Human Harm

Should we risk lives to save cultural heritage? dropcap style=”font-size:100px;color:#992211;O/dropcapn Tuesday 17th July 2018 Professor Derek Matravers gave his inaugural lecture, ‘Heritage in...

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One Woman and Her Dog: Rex

Gabriela Cowperthwaite makes her debut narrative feature with Rex, a biographical film based upon real-life US Marine corporal veteran Megan Leavey....

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Graveyard of Empires: Afghanistan Prepares its Killing Grounds… Again

There is no draining the swamp of the collective mind, for the swamp and citizenry are one. ...

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Deep State, Media Vampirism and the MOAB Bomb

With the MOAB, High Dollar Despotism And Perpetual War show off their latest toy...

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War Profiteering and the Business of Slaughter. Ker-Ching!

Let’s call the oligarchy of the elite what they are. Murderers. Cold blooded, remorseless murderers. ...

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USA as World’s Policeman? We’re Going to Need More Coffins

If the USA is 'the world's policeman', is it any wonder the world is so scared?...

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Strong, but Itchy. Armourers Update the Hairshirt for 2017

Strength of hair inspires new materials for body armor ...

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Feigned Swoons beat Locker Room Bravado Every Time (US Elections)

Ignore the neo-Victorian faux umbrage of the Clinton camp and instead contemplate the corporate bloodbath HRC will helm...

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Lessons in Leadership: What Sanders Could Learn From Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn's leadership triumph shows what Sanders might have been...

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Machismo and Violence – The Heavy Doors of Another Closet

Trump calling Obama a closeted Muslim misses the point. Obama's presidency uses Muslims as cannon fodder ...

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Attack, Retaliate, Attack. When Will it End?

If their designs work out as planned, the elite will, as they always have, enrich their already engorged fortunes on the suffering and death of the powerless....

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A Human Instinct for War? Sociologist Hugh Gusterson Explains

Terrorism is a tactic. You usually fight war against a constituent. It’s hard to fight a war against a tactic. - Interview with Hugh Gusterson, sociologist ...

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I Lied, Said Wartime Propaganda

A Game in Hell. The Great War in Russia, an exhibition held at The Gallery of Russian Arts and Design in London provides insight into the silent period of forsaken Russian achievements during The...

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Israel and Gaza : Same Old, Same Old

Extremism needs dysfunction to flower...

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Nobel Prize Winner Mairead Maguire on Her Syria Visit.

Syria Eyewitness and Nobel Prize Winner Mairead Maguire on Her Syria Visit. ...

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Miscarriage and War Stress

Rocket attacks in Sderot, Israel significantly increase the likelihood of miscarriages, according to a new study by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) researchers....

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Secret Video From North Korea Shows Society on Verge of Collapse

China is becomes increasingly frustrated with the 'spoiled child' North Korea who refuse to take guidance from the local superpower....

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North Versus South Korea

Missiles and artillery fire has resounded in the far east province of the global village as each leader pumps and primes themselves with carefully worded statements....

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