Afghanistan (the links will come from Syrian page on the left)

"Daniel Ellsberg, the famous journalist who released the Pentagon Papers, described Elizabeth Gould and Paul Fitzgerald’s latest book Crossing Zero: The Afpak War At The Turning Point of American Empire as “a ferocious, iron-clad argument about the institutional failure of American foreign policy in Afghanistan and Pakistan.”
“No border,” write Gould and Fitzgerald, “has been more contentious than the one today separating Pakistan from Afghanistan, known as the Durand line but referred to by the military and intelligence community as Zero line.” As the authors point out, by “crossing Zero” the Obama administration’s AfPak strategy has accelerated the CIA’s illegal secret war in Pakistan which has had the antipodal effect of fanning violent Islamic extremism while violating America’s values and principles.

Using the dismantling of Al Qaeda as a pretense, the U.S. approach has been nothing more than an extension of British policy employed during the 19th century’s Great Game in Central Asia, driven by private enterprise and the West’s “Christian zeal” to “carry the light” to the people of Afghanistan and Pakistan – bearing resemblance to the British East India Company’s exploitation of the region which began in the 1600s.  This work is unique in the way it portrays how the legacy of colonialism continues to haunt the present, including British regulations imposed on Pashtuns and other indigenous people in the border regions. The authors explain:

“The British then re-enacted a set of legal rules known as the Frontier Crimes Regulations (FCR). The FCR were imported and adapted from the Irish Penal codes, a series of English laws and rules introduced into Ireland beginning in 1366 (Statutes of Kilkenny), for the purposes of keeping the Anglo-Norman population from intermarrying with the native Irish. After centuries of legal evolution, the FCR had transformed from a severe code developed by a Protestant Christian Empire to subjugate the Catholic Irish into a set of harsh rules selectively applied to Muslim Pashtuns and Baluchs.” From a Review by Michael Hughes - Crossing Zero: The AfPak War at the Turning Point of American Empire, 2011, Gould & Fitzgerald  
[Our] "book’s purpose is — as stated by Afghan expert Selig Harrison — to correct five decades of biased journalistic and academic writing about Afghanistan. (...) Kenneth J. Cooper’s review is a perfect example of what American journalism has become and what it can no longer be in order to be called journalism." Invisible History, Afghanistan’s Untold Story Is no Conspiracy Theory!, 2009, Fitzgerald & Gould

Everything in Western media was false, lies & propaganda

Invisible History. Afghanistan's Untold Story. 2009, Gould & Fitzgerald

Behind Empire's Lies, Empire Files

Afghan Opium Production 40 Times Higher Since US-NATO Invasion, 2016

The Afghan Solution: the inside Story of Abdul Haq, the CIA and how Western Hubris Lost Afghanistan. 2015, Lucy Morgan Edwards

After We Kill You, We Will Welcome You Back as Honored Guests, 2014, Ted Rall

When Humanitarianism Became Imperialism, 2016 G Afinogenov

'The invasion Afghanistan 15 years ago () caused migrant crisis'. 2016, Robert Fisk

'War without end: Things to know as Afghanistan invasion turns 15'. Oct 2016

'How Jimmy Carter and I Started the Mujahideen [Zbigniew Brzezinski]'. 1998, Jeffrey St. Clair & A. Cockburn

In Afghanistan the Russians Are Now Remembered Fondly. July, 2017. Andre Vltchek

Former president of Afghanistan on legacy US intervention, 2017