Since 9/11 Has Our Economic System Been Fostering Perpetual War?

By Bob Stone

So that we can join the debate on this proposition, The Center for Global Justice offerings this week will focus on the reality of ongoing war.

Film and Discussion
My Country, My Country
Tue, Aug 11, 11am
Teatro Santa Ana
La Biblioteca
Reloj 50A
150 0025
60 pesos

Lecture
“What Will It Take to End the Global War on Terror?”
Wed, Aug 12, 11am
Sala Quetzal
La Biblioteca
Reloj 50A
150 0025
60 pesos

Film and Discussion
Dirty Wars (documentary 2013)
Thu, Aug 13, 11am
Teatro Santa Ana
La Biblioteca
Reloj 50A
150 0025
60 pesos

What is life like under US occupation? Director Laura Poitras (Citizen Four) follows an Iraqi doctor in My Country, My Country, the first in her trilogy on our post-9/11 world and a Best Documentary nominee.

Perpetual global war and surveillance are twin pillars of US foreign and defense policy, marginalizing education, health, and democracy. Why? Reports from a panel of well-informed US citizens on “What Will It Take to End the Global War on Terror?” will give way to open discussion with all viewpoints welcome. Are we more secure? Join the debate!

Burned by the Iraq debacle, “targeted assassinations” by special ops and drones has replaced “boots on the ground” as US strategy. In Dirty Wars Jeremy Scahill looks unflinchingly at the reality of drone warfare on-the-scene.

 

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