Archive for the ‘Afghanistan’ Category

Article in the Guardian, 19 February 2011 Five years after Britain first deployed forces to Helmand province in Afghanistan, it is emerging that British and US policies in the country are not helping, but setting back, development prospects. Although more children now go to school and health services have improved, it is remarkable how little […]


New report for War on Want Afghanistan is the UK government’s “most important” foreign policy and national security issue, according to Prime Minister David Cameron. The current war in Afghanistan has now entered its 10th year, longer than both the First World War and Second World War combined. According to the latest timetable for withdrawal, […]


Mark Curtis’s new book was published on 1 July 2010 Read The Guardian‘s coverage of the book, 6 July 2010, here Read Mark Curtis’s Guardian article, 6 July 2010, here Read reviews here (Independent), here (Metro), here (New Humanist) here (Asharq al-Awsat, in Arabic) here (Al-Masry Al-Youm, in Arabic) here (Morning Star) here (Tribune) here […]



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