Pratap Chatterjee

Columnist, Guardian Newspaper

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Columnist with the Guardian newspaper, fellow at the Center for American Progress and author of Iraq Inc: A Profitable Occupation; former director of CorpWatch

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On Saturday WikiLeaks released almost  400,000 classified reports  about the Iraq war and promised more to come about the war in Afghanistan.

Who Benefits from WikiLeaks' Release of Military Documents?

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On Saturday  WikiLeaks  released almost 400,000 classified field reports about the Iraq war, and promised more to come about the war in Afghanistan.

Who Benefits from WikiLeaks' Release of Military Documents?

On Saturday WikiLeaks released almost 400,000 classified field reports about the Iraq war, and promised more to come about the war in Afghanistan.

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The Army Corps of Engineers is involved in rebuilding both on the Gulf Coast and in Iraq and Afghanistan, as are  Bechtel ,  Halliburton  and other major contractors.

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The Army Corps of Engineers is involved in rebuilding both on the Gulf Coast and in Iraq and Afghanistan, as are Bechtel , Halliburton and other major contractors.

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