Instead of investigating its war crimes, the U.S. has actively covered them up, write Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies.
Mosul, Epicenter of ISIS Conflict, is a Devastated Iraqi City
The population who suffered under the occupation feel they were doubly punished by the devastating conflict waged to end it, writes Mark Lattimer.
The Bloody ‘Liberation’ of Mosul
Official Washington deemed Syria’s defeat of jihadists occupying Aleppo a “war crime” but called the U.S.-backed defeat of ISIS in Mosul, Iraq, a “liberation,” yet it too killed civilians and destroyed an ancient city, reports Dennis J Bernstein.
America’s Rocky Road to Raqqa
Exclusive: Though the U.S. has no legal right to operate inside Syria, Official Washington is boasting about its plans to liberate Raqqa from ISIS. But another problem: the battle plan makes no sense, says Daniel Lazare.