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Stories by Seumas Milne
Seumas Milne is a columnist and associate editor with The Guardian.
Coups, Terror and Bloodshed: The Bitter Fruit of NATO's Libya War
Posted on: May 23, 2014, Source: The Guardian
The dire consequences of Western intervention are being felt today in Tripoli, Mali and Nigeria.
Fascists, Oligarchs and Western Expansion: Explaining Ukraine's Crisis
Posted on: Jan 30, 2014, Source: The Guardian
The story we're told about the protests gripping Kiev bears only the sketchiest relationship with reality.
Mission Not Accomplished: Occupied Afghanistan is a Disastrous Calamity
Posted on: Dec 19, 2013, Source: The Guardian
The Taliban is resurgent, al-Qaeda has mushroomed and women's rights are in decline.
Dirty Wars and Death Squads: Britain's Deep Complicity in American Crimes
Posted on: Dec 4, 2013, Source: The Guardian
The war on terror is now an endless campaign of drone and undercover killings that threatens a more dangerous world.
If Afghanistan Becomes Obama's War, It Will Poison His Presidency
Posted on: Mar 6, 2009, Source: The Guardian
Pakistan is being ripped apart by the fallout from the Afghan occupation. If the US escalates, the impact will be devastating.
Debt Crisis Spells Doom for "Free Market" Consensus
Posted on: Dec 16, 2007, Source: Comment Is Free
The credit squeeze is set to trigger the end of the boom that has shaped our times. Politics is going to change with it.
Down but not out in Caracas
Posted on: Dec 4, 2007, Source: Comment Is Free
Venezuela's Bolivarian revolution suffered a setback in the form of the referendum defeat. But it's far from finished.
New Resistance Group Emerges in Iraq; Seeks Ouster of U.S. and "Al Qaeda"
Posted on: Oct 12, 2007, Source: Comment Is Free
Today's announcement of a new resistance group in Iraq is a landmark in the armed campaign against the US occupation.
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