Category Archives: Yemen
by Joe Scarry The plight of Yemeni detainees at Guantanamo is turning a thought experiment into a cause of action. The thought experiment runs as follows: (a) Our system of law is predicated on the idea that wronged parties have … Continue reading
A new report from Human Rights Watch asserts that a recent US drone strike in Yemen “may have” violated the laws of war. I find the implied uncertainty puzzling: There is no doubt whatsoever that this strike, and the US drone … Continue reading
by Joe Scarry A two-hour block has been set aside at the upcoming 2013 CODEPINK Drone Summit “Drones Around the Globe: Proliferation and Resistance” (Nov 16/17) for the purpose ofbuilding and strengthening the US national network against drones (NSDSW – Network to … Continue reading
by Joe Scarry When you start to look at the way U.S. drone killings are reported — as I did with the September 5 drone killing in Pakistan – you notice that the U.S. government has amodus operandi for pulling the wool over … Continue reading
Come Home America director Kevin Zeese on the upcoming NATO summit.