Saturday, December 17, 2005

Air War

The face of the Iraq War may have changed during the past year and the press did not notice. The reasons for not noticing are both good and not so good. If the War is to become predominantly an air war, we can expect "collateral casualties" to rise significantly. This poses a dilemma that the press should be able to describe. Here is a recent report from Tom Englehardt's colleague Dahr Jamail.