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Örn., 20.06.2018
Örn., 20.06.2018
30 Kasım 2001
Much has been said in recent days about the instability of Pakistan. But the danger lies not so much within the population as a whole, where religious extremists are a small minority (more confessional votes are cast in Israel than Pakistan), as within the Army
27 Kasım 2001
A war that is supposed to help feed the desperate people of Afghanistan will in fact help starve them.
27 Kasım 2001
Peace has been declared before the war has begun. Those who advocated the obliteration of Kabul and Baghdad have retreated in the face of insuperable complexity. Many of those who argued against aggression have relaxed as the threat of carpet bombing or nuclear strikes has lifted. Most people now appear to agree that attacking a few military targets and deploying special forces will do no great harm.
27 Kasım 2001
Contrary to what our national media would have us believe, the Palestinian reaction to the horrific World Trade Center and Pentagon last Tuesday was not just a mindless and gleeful celebration of death and destruction in America.
26 Kasım 2001
Last month the only television channel allowed to report from Taliban territory in Afghanistan, Qatar's al-Jazeera station, said air strikes had killed 93 civilians in the village of Chowkar-Karez, 25 miles north of Kandahar, according to Taliban sources.
26 Kasım 2001
On September 11, soon after the two jets were crashed into the World Trade Centre, an internet poll was set up by one of America's leading search engines. It said: "This time have the terrorists gone too far?" Hmmm - a tricky one to call, but apparently most people voted "yes". Perhaps this was an elaborate surveillance scam by the CIA.
26 Kasım 2001
Every war needs its writers. But as long as they are excluded from the battle zone the Afghan conflict will never capture the popular imagination - and we will never know the truth
26 Kasım 2001
"Smoking them out of their holes"? "Wanted dead or alive"? President Bush says that he wants justice, but the United States seems close to sanctioning hit squads and liquidation. A new policy for America, maybe – but it's an old policy in the Middle East where assassination, kidnapping and murder squads have been a normal part of local "justice" for decades.
26 Kasım 2001
Events of the past week have underlined both the importance and pitfalls that beset discussion of international affairs. All areas of political and social life involve controversy and commitment: this is as true of debates on the family, the role of the state in the economy, education and the causes of crime.
26 Kasım 2001
We are witnessing this weekend one of the most epic events since the Second World War, certainly since Vietnam. I am not talking about the ruins of the World Trade Centre in New York and the grotesque physical scenes which we watched on 11 September, an atrocity which I described last week as a crime against humanity (of which more later).

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