US uses ‘plausible deniability’ to cover up war crimes
Tim Anderson says the United States has a doctrine called ‘plausible deniability’, which means denying its involvement in war crimes as much as possible, as it has done in Vietnam and Syria.
Pentagon Review claims U.S. troops in Syria did not deliberately kill 80 civilians including women, children
Tim Anderson was a Senior Lecturer in Political Economy at the University of Sydney for 20 years. Now he is Director of the Center for Counter Hegemonic Studies. He researches and writes on development, rights and self-determination in Latin America, the Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. He has published many dozens of chapters and articles in a range of academic books and journals. His latest books are Land and Livelihoods in Papua New Guinea (Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne, 2015), The Dirty War on Syria (Global Research, Montreal, 2016) and AXIS OF RESISTANCE- Towards an Independent Middle East (Clarity Press, 2019).