Sunday, September 16, 2007

sunday reads

McClatchy - VA studies: PTSD care inconsistent

A real and unprecedented opportunity for peace in Darfur is emerging after breakthrough talks between Britain and Khartoum last week, according to the UK's key envoy to the region, Mark Malloch Brown.

The U.S. military is increasingly relying on deadly air strikes in Iraq and Afghanistan as the ground occupations fall apart, killing untold numbers of civilians.

Army Times: Army records first UAV kills

The Arctic's sea covering has shrunk so much that the Northwest Passage, the fabled sea route that connects Europe and Asia, has opened up for the first time since records began.

Will Bunch: The neocon link to the ABC News scandal

Chris Dodd's "Letters from Nuremberg"

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