Andrew Cockburn

Andrew Cockburn is the Washington Editor of Harper's magazine and the author of many articles and books on national security, including the New York Times Editor's Choice Rumsfeld and The Threat, which destroyed the myth of Soviet military superiority underpinning the Cold War. He is a regular opinion contributor to the Los Angeles Times and has written for, among others, the New York Times, National Geographic and the London Review of Books.

Endless war, endless greed: The Pentagon is lining its pockets with taxpayer dollars Andrew Cockburn
America's assassination industrial complex: How the drug wars of the '90s became the drone wars of today Andrew Cockburn
"Do what we want in Afghanistan, or we'll have the Americans drone you": Our immoral drone war — and how the CIA gets used Andrew Cockburn
When Rummy tried to nuke Russia Andrew Cockburn
The rise of the new Iraqi "tough guy" Andrew Cockburn
A man for all intrigues Andrew Cockburn
Ahmed Chalabi's failed coup Andrew Cockburn
Raiding Iraq's piggy bank Andrew Cockburn
Castles made of sand Andrew Cockburn
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