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Articles from Vol. 53, No. 6, November

After the Attack.The War on Terrorism. (Review of the Month)
There is little we can say directly about the September 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.--except that these were acts of utter, inhuman violence, indefensible in every sense, taking a deep...
Limbs of No Body: The World's Indifference to the Afghan Tragedy
The chief casualty of any war is a sense of genuine, universal humanity. With the United States now at war in Afghanistan, humanitarian considerations are in short supply--except insofar as they can be used propagandistically to muster further support...
Notes from the Editors
MR is not a news magazine. As a monthly magazine with limited resources we are not able to keep up with headline events as they happen. Nor do we believe that this should be our role. Rather our job is to provide thoroughgoing critical analysis, which...
Terrorism and the War Crisis
Whatever might be terrorism's deep origins, whatever the economic and political factors involved in it, and whoever might be most responsible for bringing it into the world, no one can deny that terrorism is today a dangerous and ethically indefensible...
The United States Is a Leading Terrorist State
An Interview with Noam Chomsky by David Barsamian Q: There is rage, anger and bewilderment in the U.S. since the September 11 events. There have been murders, attacks on mosques, and even a Sikh temple. The University of Colorado, which is located...
U.S. Hegemony and the Response to Terror
The September 11 attacks call for a very different commentary from that which has dominated the media, whose main concern is to justify the use that the hegemonic establishment of the United States wants to make of the events. The instinctive horror...
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