The BBC continues to exclude anti-war voices from Iraq retrospectives because they might embarrass its reporters still in positions of authority about their work ten years ago.
Signs posted around Nama torture centre proclaimed the warning "No Blood, No Foul": if interrogators did not make a prisoner bleed, they would not face disciplinary action.
Who will David Miliband really be working for in the United States? Among his "overseers" are Henry Kissinger, Madeleine Albright, Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice.
Obama has repeatedly stated that there are "preconditions" for peace negotiations, the most important one being the downfall of the Syrian government, ie, regime change.
The meeting to plan the strategic future of the Anglo-American alliance was reminiscent of how British and American military leaders joined forces during World War II.
It is so much easier to worry about the cosmetic diets of celebrities than it is to concern yourself with the excruciating reality of those who are suffering in Guantanamo Bay.
Whenever the issue of Guantánamo is raised, there are instantly deceitful efforts to relieve President Obama of any responsibility for the ongoing disgrace that is the camp.
Astounding infographic showing every drone strike in Pakistan since 2004, the almost entirely innocent people they killed, and the escalation of killing by Barack Obama since 2008.
People who opposed the Iraq war and now wonder whether there was any point in the protests have to imagine what the world would look like if the protests hadn't happened.
The intensity and frequency of the airlifts shipping arms to the rebels suggest a well-planned and coordinated clandestine military logistics operation.