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Access to more than 2,200 documents from a largely unknown archive housed at the United Nations that documents thousands of cases against accused World War II criminals in Europe and Asia. The unrestricted records of the United Nations War Crimes Commission were put online in early July 2013 by the International Criminal Court after an agreement with the U.N., a move spurred by British academic Dan Plesch, who has been leading the push for greater access to the archive. The documents relate to more than 10,000 cases. Associated Press.
This link recently saved by bgi on May 03, 2012
This report is a study of 17 de-classified documents captured during the Abbottabad raid and released to the Combating Terrorism Center (CTC). They consist of electronic letters or draft letters, totaling 175 pages in the original Arabic and 197 pages in the English translation. The earliest is dated September 2006 and the latest April 2011. These internal al-Qa`ida communications were authored by several leaders, most prominently Usama bin Ladin. Combating Terrorism Center at West Point. United States.
This link recently saved by bgi on September 01, 2010
The material has been compiled by a multinational team of archivists to provide a cross-national overview of media representations of the Iraq conflict. Most contributions are in the original languages and cover the period from March to June 2003. The database contains approximately 6000 entries collected from around the world. This site is funded by the United Kingdom (UK) Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), and constructed and collated by the University of Birmingham, UK.
This link recently saved by bgi on April 28, 2010
This study tested conventional wisdom about how insurgencies end against the evidence from 89 insurgencies. It compares a quantitative and qualitative analysis of 89 insurgency case studies with lessons from insurgency and counterinsurgency (COIN) literature. RAND Corporation.
This link recently saved by bgi on March 30, 2010
"Among the key findings: The war has facilitated the rise of Iranian power in the region, but Iran faces more limits than is commonly acknowledged; the war has eroded local confidence in U.S. credibility and created new opportunities for Chinese and Russian involvement; the war has entrenched and strengthened neighboring Arab regimes while diminishing the momentum for political reform; and the war has eroded al-Qa'ida's standing in the region, but the network and its affiliates are adapting with new tactics and strategies. " RAND Corporation.
This link recently saved by bgi on March 24, 2010
This report is written in response to numerous requests for war casualty statistics and lists of war dead. It provides tables, compiled by sources at the Department of Defense (DOD), indicating the number of casualties among American military personnel serving in principal wars and combat actions. Open CRS.
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A House subcommittee in 2009 held a hearing on legislation designed to apply criminal penalties to Presidents and executive officials who mislead Congress and the American people on the need to go to war. This article reviews examples from the Mexican War in 1846 to the Iraq War of 2003 where misleading and false statements from the executive branch led the country into war. Law Library of Congress. United States.
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Included in the web archive are U.S. government sites, foreign government sites, public policy and political advocacy groups, educational organizations, religious organizations, support groups for military personnel, anti-war groups, sites that target children, and news sources.
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