Will Griffin: The Three Main Reasons Why The U.S. Invaded and Occupied Afghanistan

Will Griffin: The Three Main Reasons Why The U.S. Invaded and Occupied Afghanistan

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Updated: August 14, 2019

by Will Griffin
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The Peace Report
August 13, 2019

“A general line of advice to stick with is to never believe the US government or the Pentagon when it comes to interventions in war. I can’t think of a single war the US has been involved with where they actually told the truth on the reasons behind their involvement, not even World War II.” — Will Griffin

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See also:

Costs of War — Watson Institute

From the archives:

Global Warming and U.S. National Security Diplomacy by Michael Hudson

Will Griffin: US Veterans Poll: Wars Not Worth Fighting + Sara Flounders: Sanctions Kill: Economic Warfare and the Migration Crisis

U.S. Economic Warfare and Likely Foreign Defenses by Michael Hudson

Will Griffin and Matthew Hoh: Fighting the Unwinnable War in Afghanistan, Parts 1-3

17 Years of Getting Afghanistan Completely Wrong by David Swanson

Chris Hedges: A Socialist Soldier’s Tale of Resisting the American Empire

The War of US and NATO Imperialism in Afghanistan by Fazal Rahman, Ph.D.

Matthew Hoh: Trump’s New Afghanistan Strategy: Windfall for the Military-Industrial Complex​

Chris Hedges and Matthew Hoh: Afghanistan War Keeps Going Because the Money Keeps Flowing In

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