Military Bases Abroad
Issue of US Ordnance Shadows New Panama Bridge. Chris Kraul, LA Times (6/27/05). Unexploded ordnance from US bombing & artillery ranges in old Canal Zone an ongoing threat to Panamanians.
The Arithmentic of US Military Bases Abroad: What Does It All Add Up To? Chalmers Johnson, History News Network (4/30/04).
US Military Wreaks Worldwide Environmental Havoc. Heather Wokusch, AntiWar.com (1/24/04).
US Military Abroad: More Bases Won't Curb Terrorism. William Pfaff, International Herald Tribune (8/2/03).
The US Military's War on the Earth. Bob Feldman, Dollars & Sense [AlterNet] (3/13/03).
US: Pentagon Eyes New Flexible Network of Military Bases Abroad. Jeffrey Donovan, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (2003).
US Military Bases & Empire. The Editors, Monthly Review 53,10 (2002).
Women & the US Military in East Asia. Gwyn Kirk, Rachel Cornwell & Margo Okazawa-Rey, Foreign Policy in Focus (3/99).
US Prepared to Start Five Wars Every Year: Network of Mobile Bases Throughout World is Backbone of New US Military Doctrine. Vadim Soloviev & Vladimir Ivanov, Pravda (1/27/99).
On the Web: Specialized Sites
Schirmer, Daniel B. "Japan & the global policeman," Monthly Review 47,9 (2/96):24-30.
Tyson, Ann Scott. "Uzbek or Dari? Military learns new tongues," Christian Science Monitor (1/2/04).
In the Library: Non-Fiction Books
Lutz, Catherine (ed.) Micronesia as Strategic Colony: The Impact of US Policy on Micronesian Health & Culture (Cambridge: Cultural Survival, 1984).
__________. Homefront: A Military City & the American 20th Century (Boston: Beacon, 2001). Useful for comparison; detailed examination of the interactions between Ft. Bragg & Fayetteville, NC.