U.S. in Conflict

The U.S. is involved in an unprecedented number of conflicts around the globe.

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Obama Covertly Expanding War in Syria?

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Is Obama Covertly Expanding US Role in Syria? Multiple sources cite expanding CIA training and potential anti-aircraft missile shipments as US seeks to repair strained relationship with Saudi Arabia – Sarah Lazare, staff writer The Obama administration may green-light shipments …

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Praising Iraq War, Obama Faces Another “Dumb War”

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By William Boardman, Reader Supported News “I don't oppose all wars…. What I am opposed to is a dumb war. What I am opposed to is a rash war. What I am opposed to is the cynical attempt by Richard …

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Is the US Hiding Secret Prisons In Afghanistan?

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Investigators say they have uncovered 'illegal and unlawful detention facilities run and operated by foreign military forces' An Afghan government panel investigating U.S. and U.K. detention facilities in the country announced Saturday it had two secret and unlawful prisons operating …

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Is Washington Prepared for an Iran Nuclear Deal?

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Jamal Abdi and Tyler Cullis pose this question and discuss in the National Interest. By the time U.S. and Iranian negotiators meet again in May, we may be just two months away from a potential resolution to the decade-long nuclear dispute. …

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What can Obama do about Ukraine?

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Robert Parry has ideas. What Obama Can Do To Save Ukraine The fate of Ukraine – whether it descends into civil war or finds a path back from the brink – may rest with President Obama and whether he can …

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CAPA Friend Trita Parsi writes about “Khamenei’s Little Helpers in the Senate”

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Unbeknownst to Senators Mark S. Kirk, R-Ill., and Robert Menendez, D-N.J., Iran’s hardline Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is rooting for them as they challenge President Barack Obama over new Iran sanctions. Tehran’s hardliners cunningly hope to benefit from Kirk …

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EMERGENCY PICKET: Senator Kirk, Don’t Derail Peace Talks with IRAN!!!

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CLICK HERE TO RSVP on FACEBOOK On December 19th Senator Mark Kirk sponsored a bipartisan supported bill S. 1881 demanding further sanctions on Iran in an attempt to derail historic negotiations with Iran and the international community regarding Iran's nuclear …

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Ann Wright at the Heartland Café Compliments of CAPA

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Well-Attended FRIDAY PREVIEW of ANNUAL DINNER TALK at HEARTLAND CAFE in ROGERS PARK! Ann Wright knows so many people in Chicago and across the globe! (CAPA Annual Dinner in Wilmette Saturday November 2nd; tickets for program portion (no meal) still …

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Malalai Joya: CONVERSATION with a HERO

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10/11 from 7pm-9pm Malalai Joya: Conversation with a Hero Grace Place 637 S. Dearborn in Chicago. Malalai will be joined on the panel by Mary Dean. Other speakers to be determined. Malalai Joya, 35, first gained international attention in 2003 …

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