Topic: War on Terror
Basema Al-Alami writes on the startling history of entrapment and over-policing against Canadian Muslims at the hands of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and a recent academic study that has shed a light on these practices across the country.
The post-9/11 War on Terror may have caused at least 4.5 million deaths in around half a dozen countries, according to a report published Monday by the preeminent academic institution
Nearly 20 years after the United States’ invasion of Afghanistan, the cost of its global "war on terror" stands at $8 trillion and 900,000 deaths, according to a new report from the Costs of War project at Brown University.
Speaking from the White House on August 31, President Joe Biden lied to the people of the U.S. and to the world: "Last night in Kabul, the United States ended 20 years of war in Afghanistan—the longest war in American history." The U.S. war on Afghanistan did not end—it has only adapted to technological advances and morphed into a war that will be more politically sustainable, one more intractable and more easily exportable.