Highlights
John Kerry's Pure Wind: Scott Sutton
Vietnam's Shadow Over Abu Ghraib: Michael Uhl
Sino-Pak Policy: Carrot & Stick: Sascha Matuszak
Throwing the Book at Bush: Charley Reese
Decision 2004: Iran or Sudan?: Gordon Prather
 
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News
Updated July 31, 2004 – 10:10 pm EDT
CFR Urges Bush to Restrain Israel
US, Iraqi Govt Powerless Before Sunni Militants
Iraqi Clerics Blast Foreign Islamic Force Proposal
US: No Weapons Inspections for Us
Fallujah Fighting Leaves at Least 20 Iraqis Dead
Rape and Sodomy at Abu Ghraib
US Medical Personnel Complicit in Torture?
Commanders Admit Bridge Drowning Cover-Up
Kerry Assures Sharon of Commitment to Israel
Viewpoints
Decision 2004: Iran or Sudan?
by Gordon Prather
Dems Choose Strong and Wrong
by Jonathan Schell
Why Trust the State?
by Sheldon Richman
Tossing Iraqis From Bridges
by Dave Lindorff
Throwing the Book at Bush
by Charley Reese
Vietnam's Shadow Over Abu Ghraib  by Michael Uhl
Don't Let the Issues Affect the Election   by Andrew Greeley

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Iran, Turkey See Eye to Eye on Oppressing Kurds
Athens Goes 'Rambo' on Security
Older Soldiers' Combat Fitness Debated
Hope of Saving Iran Nuclear Deal is Fading
Muslim Nations Want Fewer Coalition Troops
Turkish Driver Freed After Promising to Leave Iraq
Deadline for Hostage Lifted
Iraqi Tribal Mediator Positive on Hostage Release Talks
Business Booming for Soldiers of Fortune
UK Antiwar Party Wins First Election
 
Baghdad Doctors Show Courage Amid the Carnage
Violence and Insurgents
Contractors: Iraq's Forgotten Casualties
Series of Car Bombs Rattles Baghdad's Green Zone
Turkey Seizes Explosives at Iraqi Border
Report: Zarqawi Captured
Merchant of Doom
Tales of Murder
Britain 'Regrets' Killing Innocent Iraqis
Army Commanders Get Immunity in Iraq Bridge Jumping Trial
Iraq Occupation
Powell: US to Battle On in Iraq, Despite Killings, Kidnappings
Powell in Surprise Visit to Baghdad
Powell: US Will Help Iraq Create Jobs
Iraq Funds Are Focus of 27 Criminal Inquiries
Gen. Franks: US to be in Iraq for Five Years
The New Iraq
Iraq's Palestinians Dispossessed Again
Lawyers Fear for Saddam's Health
Reality TV to the Rescue in Iraq
From Covert to Overt: Politics in Art
Global Iraq Fallout
NATO Reaches Deal to Train Iraqis
Pakistan Faces Terror Backlash if Troops Sent to Iraq
Pakistan Attempts to Recover Bodies of Slain Hostages
Malaysia: No Troops for Iraq
Pakistan/Afghanistan
Pakistan Leader Survives Suicide Attack, Six Killed
Curfew in Effect in S. Waziristan
Radio Advice Show a Favorite in Kabul
China/Taiwan
China May Attack Taiwan by 2008
Bush, Hu Discuss Taiwan Tensions
Taiwan's New Constitution to Avoid China Relations
Asia
Uzbekistan Blasts Near US, Israeli Embassies Kill Three
Tug of War Over Uzbekistan
India Playing With Maoist Fire
US, SE Asian Countries to Cooperate on American MIAs
Russia & Her Neighbors
Georgians, Separatists Accuse Each Other of Firing on Civilians
Yukos 'Has One Month to Pay Bill'
Russia, Yukos Fight Over More Than Taxes
Is Russia the Next Zimbabwe?
Africa
UN Sets 30-Day Deadline for Sudan Action Against Militias
Sudan Welcomes Revised UN Resolution on Darfur
Sudanese Government Pressures Refugees to Return
Zimbabwe 'Mercenary' Trial Postponed
In Other News
Nicaragua Destroys Anti-Aircraft Missiles
Aussie Military Spying on Soldiers
 
Democratic Convention
FBI Terrorizes the Media at DNC
Kerry Favors US Trial for bin Laden
Boston Trains, Shut Down for Commuters, Quietly Ran for Delegates
Protesters Plan Bigger Showing at Republican Convention
The War at Home
White House Projects Highest-Ever Budget Deficit
US Veterans Remain Sharply Divided on War
US Bases Overseas Show Military's New Shake-Up Strategy
Green Party Candidate for Congress Arrested for Trespassing at DU Munitions Company
9/11 Commission
White House, Senators Oppose Intelligence Chief
9/11 Panel Seeks New Life With Private Donations
Bush Says He Will Move on 9/11 Recommendations
9/11 Panel Urges Senators to Enact Reform
Arms Trade
US Seeks Ban of Fissile Material
A Fugitive Arms Dealer's American Connection
UK Warns US Against Arms Protectionism
US 'Homeland Security'
In Seattle, PATRIOT Act Used Against Pot Dealers
Sikh Student Detained by Secret Service in Boston
'Stressed-Out' Ridge May Quit Security Czar
UK 'Homeland Security'
UK Muslims Call for 'Peaceful Jihad'
UK MPs: National ID Card Plan 'Badly Thought Out'
UK Home Secretary Refuses to Disclose Costs of National ID Card
'War on Terror'
US Olympians to Get Gas Masks
American Muslim Leader to Plead Guilty in Libyan Plot
Italy Court OKs Bomb Suspect's Extradition to Spain
Four Detainees at Guantanamo to Get Hearings
Frenchmen Say Guantanamo Detention Was Like Hell
Israel/Palestine
Vanunu to Be Questioned on Possible Parole Violation
Palestinian Dissidents Continue to Attack PA
Palestinians in North Gaza Towns March Against Occupation of Neighbors
Pessimism Pervades Gaza Pullout
UN Report: 63% of Palestinians Live Below Poverty Line
Palestinian Militants Fire Rockets at Israeli Town
Israeli Helicopters Destroy Three-Story Building in Crowded Gaza District
Israeli Activists, Intellectuals Recognize Right of Return
Palestinian Gunmen Free Three Church Volunteers
Israeli Soldiers Kill Four Palestinians Near Gaza Border
 
Contributors


7/30/2004
A Question of Character


7/31/2004
Sino-Pak Policy: Carrot and the Stick


7/30/2004
Out-Toughing the Republicans


7/29/2004
The Choice: Bush's Empire or Kerry's

Praful Bidwai
7/28/2004
India-Pakistan Hope Gives Way to Uncertainty

Ivan Eland
7/27/2004
Report Omits Key Player Foreign Policy

Ran HaCohen
6/30/2004
Don't Call it a Wall

Matthew Barganier
6/23/2004
The Honest Case for War

Joseph Stromberg
5/12/2004
Inventing Iraq Yet Again?

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