Conn Hallinan

Counter-Insurgency From The Air


Conn Hallinan, columnist for Foreign Policy In Focus and author of the article “Death at a Distance: The U.S. Air War,” discusses the current campaign of airstrikes against Iraq and Afghanistan and Israel’s bombing of what wasn’t a joint Syrian/North Korean nuclear weapons site back in September.

MP3 here. (19:30)

Conn Hallinan is a foreign policy analyst for Foreign Policy in Focus and a provost in Journalism at the University of California at Santa Cruz.

2 thoughts on “Conn Hallinan”

  1. I think you spend too much time arguing with slave-mind media. You actually listen to that bush thing and point out the lies! Ignore them as if they didn’t exist. Otherwise it is like arguing with commericals on television – the advertizers love you for it.

    Ignore the whole bunch of them as a reaction to the 60-ies experiments which scared the daylight out of a culture shocked population segment.

    Build your own news not from contradiction but from the fabric of your experience.

    Then let them spin and dance all they want. The vacuum will descend on them.


  2. But, but, but …

    We can see the enemy so much better from 10,000 miles away than up close & personal. Bombing is bound to be a winning strategy. /snark

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