US Air Strikes on Hospitals

Recently I commented on a list of eleven US air attacks on civilian targets.  The purpose of the exercise was to gain insight into the likelihood that the strike on the MSF hospital in Kunduz was intentional, i.e., done with knowledge that the facility was a hospital. A weakness of using these eleven incidents for … Continue reading US Air Strikes on Hospitals

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Scoring US Attacks on Civilian Facilities

This is a follow up to my article about the attack on the MSF hospital in Kunduz that I just published on Stats.org. To support the analysis I went through every US attack on civilian facilities listed in this article and scored them for how strong I judge the evidence to be that they were … Continue reading Scoring US Attacks on Civilian Facilities

My Second Article on the Attack on the MSF Hospital in Kunduz

I have a new article up at Stats.org about the US attack on the MSF hospital in Kunduz. After writing this earlier article I found myself still thinking about the incident - hence the second one. People reading both will wonder why I wrote in the first one that we shouldn't obsess over the intentionality question and … Continue reading My Second Article on the Attack on the MSF Hospital in Kunduz