As horrible as the wars’ impacts are in this country, a new report released today by Brown University’s Costs of War project shows that the magnitude of death, injury and trauma in the countries where the United States has fought its wars is far worse. . . . entire neighborhoods, cities, societies have been shattered by war. The total number of injured and traumatized extends into the tens of millions.
New Book: Happily, it will be coming out next year, on September 8, the day after Labor Day. With the help of some wonderful friends, the University of California Press and I settled on this title The United States of War: A Global History of America’s Endless Conflicts, from Columbus to the Islamic State.
The Chagossians & Diego Garcia: Below is an article about a major Chagossian victory won with the Mauritian government over the UK at the International Court of Justice and the UN.