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Assessing the Human Cost of Air Strikes in Iraq

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Marc Garlasco is the senior military analyst at Human Rights Watch. Courtesy of Marc Garlasco hide caption

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As chief of high-value targeting for the Pentagon, Marc Garlasco helped plan the targets of laser-guided bombs during the invasion of Iraq. Now a senior analyst with Human Rights Watch, he visits war zones where he assesses the damage being done to civilians by bombs and lobbies for greater deliberation in the use of air power. Garlasco has provided assessments for Human Rights Watch throughout the world, including Israel and Iraq.

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