Dahr was interviewed on June 10, 2014, by Flashpoints on KPFA, Berkeley, regarding his story for Truthout on fracking near the Waste Isolation Pilot Project (WIPP) in New Mexico. You can listen to the interview on soundcloud.
From the National Radio Project: Will the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan ever end? And when they do, how will we measure victory? For journalist and author Dahr Jamail, who’s reported from Iraq and the middle east extensively since 2003, both wars have already been lost. And it’s only getting worse. On this edition, we
Dahr Jamail continues to describe some of his personal reactions to interviewing U.S. soldiers. He points out that some 1.4 million Iraqi civilians are said to have perished since the 2003 U.S. invasion. The soldiers too are victims of the U.S. Military, ‘the green machine’ Jamail says. And the Military doesn’t care any more about
Dori Smith with Talk Nation Radio conducts an in-depth, heart-felt interivew with Dahr Jamail about his new book. Dahr discusses US foreign policy under Barack Obama, the U.S. Empire Project, and a growing number of soldiers who are refusing to take part in it. Download MP3
Radio New Zealand National‘s Kathryn Ryan talks to Dahr about his journalism in Iraq and advocacy for veterans. Download (MP3)
Nora Barrows-Friedman of KPFA’s Flashpoints radio interviews Dahr about Sgt. Travis Bishop’s court martial and the expanding GI resistance movement. Download MP3
Nora Barrows-Friedman with KPFA radio interviews Dahr Jamail about his new book: The Will to Resist: Soldiers Who Refuse to Fight in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Dahr Jamail, author of the article “Refusing to Comply: The Tactics of Resistance in an All-Volunteer Military,” discusses the increasing disillusionment among soldiers for Iraq and Afghanistan war justifications, the tactics of evading dangerous and pointless “IED lottery” patrols, Pentagon estimates of 25-40 thousand AWOL soldiers since 2003 and how the U.S. economic downturn is
US soldiers have been dying in larger numbers, one per day for the past five days. There had been thirty five bombings in Baghdad alone during the month of April, by the time we phoned Jamail April 27th. Hundreds of civilians have been killed, hundreds more wounded, and there is no end in sight. Does
Dahr Jamail, writer for Foreign Policy in Focus, discusses the Iraqi government’s unwillingness to incorporate Sunni “Awakening Councils” into the regular army, the walled-off autonomous conclaves within Baghdad, the decimation of Iraq’s health care system and forty years of U.S. meddling in Iraqi affairs. Download MP3