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No blood for oil

Editorial: Bush beats the war drums

POUNDING THE WAR drums, the Bush regime is hell-bent on war against Iraq. If the US superpower launches a military strike, it would Ďopen the gates of hellí, as an Arab diplomat has said. 

Whatever the USís military tactics, Iraqi people will suffer horrendous deaths, casualties, and destruction. US forces are also likely to face significant casualties, far more than in Afghanistan. Explosive repercussions will shake the whole Middle Eastern region, with shock waves spreading far and wide.


A new imperial moment?

The US National Security Statement analysed by Lynn Walsh


Reality intrudes at last

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