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Doctors and The Politics of Terror

In this blog, I am going to discuss the psychological consequences of the penetrance of terror in society and the media at large. A mindset that American enemies are everywhere may have provided justification for the participation of doctors in the human rights abuses at Abu Ghraib. Let me begin …

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"Better Now Than Never?"

On the surface this may sound like a good idea: 70,000 troops from overseas to return home as part of a larger effort to reconfigure how the US military reacts and responds to threats in the world’s current and future hot-spots. But beyond this initial announcement, it is safe to …

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The Stalemate Continues

Vicious character attacks, self-glorification and accusations of false military records from both sides have reduced the 2004 election to a session of fierce mudslinging that has stalemated the real political issues. Somebody had to make a valid move, but was Bush’s troop-withdrawal announcement a genuine, and much-needed decision made for …

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Welcome to the Blog for Americans for Informed Democracy

Dear friends, Please post your comments and opinions to this page on the topic of Internationalism in American foreign policy. I will be in touch shortly as the new political analyst for Americans for Informed Democracy once I receive training on how to properly operate this site.

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Bring the Boys Back Home

In an effort to respond to the post Cold War balance of international power, President Bush made a long overdue announcement that the United States would restructure the deployment of troops. 70,000 U.S. service men and women will be able to come home. The changes are part of an effort …

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