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A Dossier on Civilian Victims of United States' Aerial Bombing of Afghanistan

 

The Afghan Victim Memorial Project

The Obama presidency since January 21, 2009

The Bush years- October/2001 - January 20, 2009

Rethink Afganistan: Civilian Casualties

 

"Is One-Third of the Truth, the Whole Truth? Counting by Human Rights Watch"

 

War as an ‘Edsel’: The Marketing and Consumption of Modern American Wars

 

“Grab News Headlines, Isolate Bombed Area and Stonewall: U.S. Military’s Virtual Reality about Afghan Civilian Casualties. A Case Study of the U.S. Assault upon Hajiyan”

 

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Civilian Dead do not exist for a (likely) War Criminal: Bombs Away Marc Galasco.

 (a translation in Spanish exists at: http://www.diagonalperiodico.net/spip.php?article5683)

I have frequently been asked (and criticized) why a development economist should be concerned or know anything about, civilian casualties of war? My answer has been that in some thirty years of teaching and researching about the Third World my focus has been upon how “development” has affected the everyday lives of people. Sadly, such development has created an “economic body count.” My interest in civilian casualties explores how modern wars results in a “war body count,” severely affecting the everyday lives of simple, innocent people struggling to survive. The very same point has recently been made by the former chief economist of the World Bank, Joseph Stiglitz, in his Globalization and Its Discontents (New York: W.W. Norton, 20002) on p. 24.



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Numerous essays on the Afghan situation can be found at the website, http://www.cursor.org/stories/archivistan.htm

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For world-class, up-to-date, independent reporting on the U.S. war and occupation in Iraq, see Dahr Jamail’s extraordinary reporting (text and photos) on “News From Inside Iraq,” which is a far cry from the “hotel journalism” of most mainstream American journalists there, at:  http://dahrjamailiraq.com/ .


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