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Contents

  1. Taking Back Mosul: When Is Collateral Damage Justified?
  2. Collateral Damage from SE Asia to the Middle East
  3. True Stories of Military Mayhem
  4. Collateral Damage from Se Asia to the Middle East

Taking Back Mosul: When Is Collateral Damage Justified?

Elizabeth is a journalist, documentary filmmaker and fashion model. Alongside work and study, she has also modeled across five continents for the past eight years. Filipina-English by descent, she is particularly interested in SE Asia. Share this: Facebook Twitter. There are minor ironies in that passage. The U.

That allows for some future president to go to Yemen, for example, and echo President Obama by promising to help clean up the deadly debris from years of U. In the U.

Over nine years — from to — the United States dropped more than two million tons of bombs here in Laos — more than we dropped on Germany and Japan combined during all of World War II. It made Laos, per person, the most heavily bombed country in history. The ancient Plain of Jars was devastated.

Collateral Damage from SE Asia to the Middle East

Countless civilians were killed. Laos was doubly victimized by a war in which it had no part. So when the U. Accepting responsibility for its own actions is not something the United States does.


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But the U. And from the anguish of war, there came an unlikely bond between our two peoples.

True Stories of Military Mayhem

Today, the United States is home to many proud Laotian Americans. Once the U. Faced with the communist Pathet Lao takeover of Laos, thousands of Hmong fled, mostly to Thailand and beyond. The story that followed, by Johns Hopkins Fellow Christina Lin, does not mention the apology that never happened.

Collateral Damage from Se Asia to the Middle East

However, one wonders how sincere is this gesture, when U. The assertion, despite its relatively cautious academic prose, is as devastating and undeniable as the hypocrisy and war crimes it describes are palpable. She describes the inhumanity of using cluster bombs without mentioning their criminality.

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