A little-known aspect of the disastrous Western occupation was how U.K. and Australian companies sought to access the country’s $3 trillion worth of untapped minerals, writes Antony Loewenstein.
How Corporations Won the War on Terror
Failed wars and thousands of lives lost are good for (some) business, writes William Hartung.
The Perils & Absurdity of Iraq War 4.0
Danny Sjursen says more deaths of those once-invisible contractors could end up pulling the U.S. into yet another phase of hopeless, wasteful war.