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Journalists, Recruited from Provinces, Train in Bangladesh

March 15, 2007

What a War Crime Looks Like

| March 12, 2007

The account below is compiled from testimony given at the courts martial of Paul Cortez and James Barker, from accounts of the Article 32 Hearing and other court proceedings in the cases, and from previous WMC and newspaper reports. Former Pfc. Steven Green, Pfc. Jesse Spielman and Pfc. Bryan Howard are still awaiting trial. References to them are to alleged actions on their part according to the above sources. More »

The Casualties of War Crimes—Who Weeps for Abeer?

| March 12, 2007

Sandwiched between International Women’s Day on March 8 and the fourth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq on March 19 is another date that marks a tragic nexus of the two: the day one year ago when 14-year-old Abeer Qassim Al-Janabi was stalked, gang-raped, shot in the head and her corpse burned in her own home in Mahmoudiya, Iraq. Four U.S. soldiers and one former soldier are charged with the crimes committed March 12, 2006. More »

My Subversive Barbie

March 9, 2007

Tags: Feminism

Black Enough? Obama’s Dilemma and Mine

March 8, 2007

Tags: Politics

The Thinking Woman’s Theatre—Eleanor Holdridge

March 6, 2007

The Thinking Woman’s Theatre

March 6, 2007

Family Backs Army Medic Facing Desertion Charges This Week

March 5, 2007

Feminist Bloggergate—a Cautionary Tale

March 1, 2007

Murphy’s “Norbit”—Just a Good Laugh?

February 27, 2007