By Joel Andreas
Addicted to conflict takes at the so much lively, strong, and harmful army on the earth. Hard-hitting, rigorously documented, and seriously illustrated, it unearths why the USA has been interested by extra wars in recent times than the other kingdom. learn Addicted to warfare to discover who merits from those army adventures, who pays—and who dies.
"Political comics at its best."—Michael Parenti
Joel Andreas wrote and illustrated The remarkable Rocky, a satire that brought greater than 100,000 humans to the unsavory actions of the Rockefeller relatives. In among drawing illustrated exposes, he investigates the trajectory and destiny of the chinese language Revolution.
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While many conflicts might appear to be configured along ethnic lines, such appearances are often a front for what is little more than the manipulation of identities by those in positions of power. A clear example of this is given in Prunier’s account of the Rwandan genocide of 1994 in which he portrays the Hutu-Tutsi conflict as a carefully orchestrated and premeditated act of political mass murder, not the spontaneous outpouring of primordial ethnic hatred as was widely portrayed in the media.
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