by Nick Turse
Somehow being right about American wars never translates into celebrity or widespread media appearances.
by John Feffer
The latest iteration of imperial blowback is coming in the form of cyberwarfare techniques pioneered by US intelligence agencies being turned against the country's patchwork internet security.
SOURCE: Huffington Post
by Ivan Eland
The unintended consequences of needless foreign meddling.
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