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Eric Margolis

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Contributing Foreign Editor/Syndicated Foreign Affairs Columinist -
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Dawn
(Pakistan's leading English language Newspaper)
Gulf Times (Qatar)
Khaleej Times (Dubai)

Frequent Commentator on foreign affairs: CNN, CNN International, MSNBC, Fox News, Canadian Broadcasting Corp., CTV (National Canadian TV).
Author of "War at the Top of the World - the Stuggle for Afghanistan and Asia" Routledge 2002
Winner of 1998 South Asian Journalist Assn. Award for writing on India
Articles on foreign affairs published in
NY Times, Wall Street Journal(s), American Conservative Magazine, Washington D.C., Houston Post, International Herald Tribune, Los Angeles times, Toronto Globe & Mail, Gulf News, Chicago Tribune, Miami Herald.

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(4 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, March 21, 2010
Reining in U.S. rent-a-Rambos The U.S. brands all al-Qaida suspects and Taliban "illegal combatants," denying them due process of law and the Geneva Convention's prisoner protections. It's OK to murder and torture such "terrorists," says Washington. What, then, about the army of U.S. mercenary Rambos that are running amok, who wear no uniform, kill at will and have no legal oversight?
(2 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, February 7, 2010
Wars sending U.S. into ruin: Obama the peace president is fighting battles his country cannot afford Military and intelligence spending relentlessly increase as unemployment heads over 10% and the economy bleeds red ink. America has become the Sick Man of the Western Hemisphere, an economic cripple like the defunct Ottoman Empire. The Pentagon now accounts for half of total world military spending.
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Searching for hope in Haiti's ruins The U.S. could do enormous good for Haiti, which needs a major rescue mission for a desperate people who have failed to govern themselves and have no other hope. Most Haitians, I think, would welcome U.S. humanitarian intervention.
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, January 3, 2010
U.S. kicks hornet's nest in Yemen Just before the Detroit air incident, U.S. warplanes killed 50-100 Yemeni tribesmen fighting the American-backed regime. U.S. special forces, warplanes and killer drones have been active since 2001, assassinating Yemeni militants and anti-government tribal leaders. It was only a matter of time before Yemeni jihadists struck back at the U.S.

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