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Omia artikkeleitani — My articles

Finnish reactions to London attacks

19 July 2005

Iraq could mark this century

4 February 2004

Victory propaganda

22 April 2003

Filosofi roistovaltion raunioilla

13.9.2003

Uutta liittoutumattomuutta toteuttamaan

Ydin 3/2003 (23.5.2003)

Lipponen ja euro-atlanttinen eripura

Turun Sanomat, 19.3.2003

Irak, Suomi ja Nato-mielisten maailmankuva

Ydin, 2/2003

Irakin vastainen sota isku kansainväliselle oikeudelle

Turun Sanomat, 29.9.2002

Kun Tony oli valmis sotaan Billin kanssa

Ydin, 1998

Aseidenvientiä Lähi-itään

BBC Finnish Section, 3.2.1993

Turha ja hirvittävä sota

Ydin, 4/1991

Kun sota on rauhaa

Ydin, 1991

"Maailma odottaa meiltä tarmokkaita toimia"

Suomen Kuvalehti, 1991

Persianlahden sodan varjo Euroopan yllä

BBC Finnish Section, 21.1.1991

Lähi-idän öljyä kahmimassa

BBC Finnish Section, 10.8.1990

 

See also Robert Fisk; Noam Chomsky; Hannu Reime; US policies; Iran; Britain


Muiden kirjoittajien artikkeleita — Articles by other writers

 

Did Big Oil Win the War in Iraq? by Antonia Juhasz, AlterNet, 14 November 2009

Huge rise in birth defects in Falluja by Martin Chulov, The Guardian, 13 November 2009

Why US Sanctions on Syria Will Kill American Soldiers: Night Vision by Afshin Rattansi, CounterPunch, 12 November 2009

The Blackwater plot deepens by Jeremy Scahill, The Guardian/Comment is free, 11 November 2009

Carnage and corruption in Iraq by Sami Ramadani, The Guardian, 25 October 2009

An act born from the burning hatred of foreign occupation by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 16 September 2009

Democracy and occupation don't mix by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 22 August 2009

Iraq bombs are a warning to Maliki by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian, 20 August 2009

Only time can heal some Iraqi wounds by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 14 August 2009

Maliki Leaves Door Open to Keeping US by Jason Ditz, Antiwar.com, 23 July 2009

A charade called U.S. troop withdrawal from Iraqi cities by Ameen Izzadeen, Daily Mirror, 3 July 2009

Iraq and the Language of De-Escalation: A Perilous Path? by Anthony DiMaggio, CounterPunch, 3-5 July 2009

The Haggling Over Iraqi Oil by Patrick Cockburn, CounterPunch, 3-5 July 2009

A new beginning for Iraq? by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian/Comment is free, 30 June 2009

Iraq's "National Sovereignty Day" is U.S.-Style Hallmark Hype by Jeremy Scahill, Rebel Reports, 30 June 2009

Iraq Reels Toward a New Era by Patrick Cockburn, CounterPunch, 23 June 2009

Who Will Control Iraq's Oil? by Patrick Cockburn, CounterPunch, 19-21 June 2009

Skewed and in secret, this Iraq inquiry is a scandal by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian, 15 June 2009

A Whole New Ballgame in Iraq by Patrick Cockburn, CounterPunch, 15 June 2009

The Mother of All Corruption Scandals by Patrick Cockburn, CounterPunch, 29-31 May 2009

Iraq's Wrecked Environment by Jeffrey St. Clair and Joshua Frank, CounterPunch, 1 - 3 May 2009

The Iraq war has been a monstrous crime by Seumas Milne, The Guardian/Comment is free, 1 May 2009

The disaster of Basra is all too likely to be repeated by Toby Dodge, The Guardian, 15 April 2009

Iraqi Holocaust : 2.3 Million Iraqi Excess Deaths by Gideon Polya, Countercurrents.org, 21 March 2009

To free Iraq, resistance must bridge the sectarian divide by Seumas Milne, The Guardian, 19 March 2009

Where Are We Leaving Iraqi Women? by Yifat Susskind, CounterPunch, 18 March 2009

Secret emails show Iraq dossier was 'sexed up' by Nigel Morris, The Independent, 13 March 2009

Muslim Weapons of Mass Destruction by Eric Margolis, LewRockwell.com, 10 March 2009

Iraqi Children Bear the Costs of War by César Chelala, Common Dreams News Center, 5 March 2009

Iraq's real future by James Denselow, The Guardian/Comment is free, 10 February 2009

Iraq's Shocking Human Toll: About 1 Million Killed, 4.5 Million Displaced, 1-2 Million Widows, 5 Million Orphans by John Tirman, AlterNet, 2 February, 2009

The battle against brutality by Sara Wajid, The Guardian, 28 January 2009

Obama: Listen to Iraqi Opinion by Eric Stoner, Foreign Policy in Focus, 5 January 2009

Top Ten Myths about Iraq, 2008 by Juan Cole, Informed Comment, 26 December 2008

They lied about Iraq in 2003, and they're still lying now by Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, The Independent, 22 December 2008

'Baghdad Clogger' suffered brutal beating after arrest by Afif Sarhan, The Observer, 21 December 2008

US Military Defiant on Key Terms of Iraqi Pact by Gareth Porter, Inter Press Service, 19 December 2008

Rosy rewriting of the Iraq debacle will fuel worse disaster in Afghanistan by Simon Jenkins, The Guardian, 19 December 2008

Nobody threw shoes at Brown – but his guilt is still undeniable by Matthew Norman, The Independent, 18 December 2008

The shoes we longed for by Sami Ramadani, The Guardian, 17 December 2008

Precedent for the shoe-throwing protest by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian/Comment is free, 16 December 2008

Keep out... a message for foreign leaders by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 16 December 2008

Shock and awe on a shoestring by Khaled Diab, The Guardian/Comment is free, 15 December 2008

A Hero of Our Time: Muntadar al-Zaidi by Dave Lindorff, CounterPunch, 15 December 2008

Growing Evidence US Won't Honor Iraq Pact, Antiwar.com, 14 December 2008

Total Defeat for U.S. in Iraq by Patrick Cockburn, CounterPunch, 11 December 2008

Britain leaves Iraq in shame. The US won't go so quietly by Seumas Milne, The Guardian, 11 December 2008

Iraq's US Security Charade by Ramzy Baroud, The Palestine Chronicle, 4 December 2008

This is no sop. It is a vote to end the occupation of Iraq by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian, 27 November 2008

Frankenstein in Mesopotamia by Tom Hayden, Talking Points Memo, 21 November 2008

The errors of Iraq are being repeated - and magnified by Simon Jenkins, The Guardian, 19 November 2008

Top judge: US and UK acted as 'vigilantes' in Iraq invasion by Richard Norton-Taylor, The Guardian, 18 November 2008

Will The Slaughter Of Iraqis By The US Military Ever Be Reported? by Michael Schwartz, The Huffington Post, 13 November 2008

The US can quit Iraq, or it can stay. But it can't do both by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 11 November 2008

Documents linking Iran to nuclear weapons push may have been fabricated by Gareth Porter, The Raw Story, 10 November 2008

Massive Iraqi Death Toll Ignored by Tabloid Culture by Marie-Helene Rousseau, Inter Press Service, 5 November 2008

General Petraeus's surge has failed in every respect by Lee Jones, The First Post, 3 November 2008

Friends like these by Patrick Cockburn, The National, 30 October 2008

The Cost of War Really Matters by Kevin Zeese, Media Monitors Network, 17 October 2008

Pentagon Challenge: Ask Iraqis How Many Have Died by Robert Naiman, Common Dreams News Center, 14 October 2008

Satellite Photos Show Sectarian Cleansing, Not Surge, Led to Drop in Iraq Violence, Antiwar.com, 19 September 2008

Petraeus Leaves Iraq by Patrick Cockburn, CounterPunch, 17 September 2008

New Book Lets Winter Soldiers Be Heard by Dahr Jamail, Antiwar.com, 17 September 2008

Iraq: Violence is down – but not because of America's 'surge' by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent on Sunday, 14 September 2008

''The shah's plan was to build bombs'' by Maziar Bahari, New Statesman, 11 September 2008

A strange sort of victory by James Denselow, The Guardian/Comment is free, 10 September 2008

Iraq: what's changed? by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian/Comment is free, 10 September 2008

Is American Success a Failure in Iraq? by Michael Schwartz and Tom Engelhardt, Antiwar.com, 8 September 2008

Did Bush Spies Monitor Iraqi Allies? by Patrick Cockburn, CounterPunch, 6/7 September 2008

Iraq's new strongman? by James Denselow, The Guardian/Comment is free, 5 September 2008

Maliki drops the mask by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian, 5 September 2008

White House strategy is to help McCain win in November by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 2 September 2008

The Big Questions About Iraq by Patrick Cockburn, CounterPunch, 26 August 2008

US out of Iraq by ... "2011" by Patrick Cockburn, CounterPunch, 25 August 2008

Iraq's Nationalist Surge by Patrick Cockburn, CounterPunch, 8 August 2008

Iraq better? With three wars going on? by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 4 August 2008

Who's Really Running Iraq? by Patrick Cockburn, CounterPunch, 2 / 3 August 2008

George Monbiot on a Nuclear Iran by David Wearing, ukwatch.net, 1 August 2008

No Mystique Left... by Layla Anwar, Information Clearing House, 31 July 2008

Assessing the Surge by Brian M. Downing, CounterPunch, 30 July 2008

Blowback from a Strike on Iran by Patrick Cockburn, CounterPunch, 5 / 6 July 2008

US advisers steered Iraqi oil contracts to Western firms by Bill Van Auken, World Socialist Web Site, 1 July 2008

Iranians Float an Offer the West Should Not Refuse by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach, Global Research, 29 June 2008

Who's Actually Winning in Iraq? by Patrick Cockburn, CounterPunch, 26 June 2008

Bush is trying to impose a classic colonial status on Iraq by Seumas Milne, The Guardian, 26 June 2008

The Real State of Iraq by Juan Cole, Information Clearing House, 23 June 2008

Big oil cashes in on Iraq slaughter by Bill Van Auken, World Socialist Web Site, 20 June 2008

Iraqi refugee crisis grows as West turns its back by Kim Sengupta, The Independent on Sunday, 15 June 2008

The reality is that Iraqi authority would be nominal by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 12 June 2008

Revealed: Secret plan to keep Iraq under US control by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 5 June 2008

The road to peace in Iraq runs directly through Tehran by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian, 30 May 2008

Prescott admits Iraq a 'mark' on Labour by Louise Nousratpour, Stop the War Coalition, 29 May 2008

Through Occupation, The Very Dreams Change for Iraqis by Ahmed Ali and Dahr Jamail, Inter Press Service, 27 May 2008

Counting the cost by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian/Comment is free, 25 May 2008

So Much for the Success of the Surge by Rami El-Amine, MRZine, 21 May 2008

'I wanted to report on where the silence was' by Stephen Moss, The Guardian, 8 May 2008

Welcome wears thin as refugees swamp Swedish town of 'Little Iraq' by David Charter, The Times, 19 April 2008

Bordering on deceit by John Gittings, The Guardian/Comment is free, 18 April 2008

Desecrating history by Zainab Bahrani, The Guardian/Comment is free, 9 April 2008

Shock and despair by Anas Altikriti, The Guardian/Comment is free, 9 April 2008

Riding the Tiger by Patrick Cockburn, ZNet, 9 April 2008

In backing the Basra assault, the US has only helped Sadr by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian, 4 April 2008

Embarrassed US Starts to Disown Basra Operation by Gareth Porter, Antiwar.com, 1 April 2008

Las iraníes desafían a los ayatolás por Ángeles Espinosa, El País, 30 de marzo de 2008

Basra Siege Endangers Trade Unionists by Naftana, ukwatch.net, 30 March 2008

A great leap backward by Sami Ramadani, The Guardian/Comment is free, 28 March 2008

A blind eye on women by Nadje Al-Ali, The Guardian/Comment is free, 20 March 2008

Blowback all over again by Seumas Milne, The Guardian/Comment is free, 20 March 2008

There must be a reckoning for this day of infamy by Seumas Milne, The Guardian, 20 March 2008

What is the real death toll in Iraq? Jonathan Steele & Suzanne Goldenberg, The Guardian, 19 March 2008

The woman who nearly stopped the war by Martin Bright, New Statesman, 19 March 2008

This is the war that started with lies, and continues with lie after lie after lie by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 19 March 2008

A gross failure that ignored history and ended with a humiliating retreat by Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, 17 March 2008

Iraq's Blood-Sodden Anniversaries by Patrick Cockburn, CounterPunch, 15/16 March 2008

A ‘legal war' would have been even worse by Brendan O'Neill, spiked, 11 March 2008

Critical mess by Khaled Diab, The Guardian/Comment is free, 6 February 2008

Iraqi scientist gave CIA information that should have prevented war, Daily Star, 5 February 2008

A Colony By Any Other Name by Robert Fantina, CounterPunch, 2/3 February 2008

US Invasion And Occupation Killed One Million In Iraq, Agence France Press, 31 January 2008

An unstable marriage by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian/Comment is free, 25 January 2008

Opium Fields Spread Across Iraq as Farmers Try to Make Ends Meet by Patrick Cockburn, ZNet, 24 January 2008

Only a full inquiry can avert another disaster like Iraq by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian, 24 January 2008

The farce of sovereignty by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian, 23 January 2008

'We had no idea we were not wanted' by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian, 22 January 2008

A failure to think by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian/Comment is free, 21 January 2008

Guys, I'm afraid we haven't got a clue ... by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian, 21 January 2008

Stress... by Layla Anwar, Information Clearing House, 14 January 2008

Indicting the Reader by Garda Ghista, Information Clearing House, 14 January 2008

Those who talk democracy should listen to Iraq's people by Seumas Milne, The Guardian, 9 January 2008

Straight Talk by Layla Anwar, Information Clearing House, 8 January 2008

Iraqi Public Opinion by Kevin Young, ZNet, 8 January 2008

 

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