Highlights
Kipling's Back: Charley Reese
Disengagement Not What It Seems: Uri Avnery
Bombers Turn to Butterflies Again: Norman Solomon

UK Court Approves Torture: Sanjay Suri

Whose Loose Nuke Are You?: Gordon Prather
 
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News
Updated August 15, 2004 – 10:00 pm EDT
Offensive Resumes, Iraqi Troops Desert
Shia Backlash Wrecks US Strategy
Iraqi Police Order All Media to Leave Najaf
US Attack on Najaf Boosts Following of Shi'ite Leader
The Neocon Civil War
Olympic Crisis: Iranian Refuses to Compete Against Israeli
Rumsfeld Escapes Blame in 'Whitewash' Abu Ghraib Report
US to Redeploy 100,000 Troops and Shut Bases
Viewpoints
Sharon's Disengagement Not What It Seems  by Uri Avnery
Whose Loose Nuke Are You?
by Gordon Prather
The People Must Reclaim the Military  by William Pfaff
 Kipling's Back  by Charley Reese
Goss Is the Best We've Got?
by Christopher Deliso
Is Catastrophe in Iraq Inevitable?
by Fred Kaplan

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Frontline
180 Congo Refugees Killed in Burundi Camp
Sadr: Iraqi Government Worse Than Saddam
US Underestimates the Sadr Factor in Iraq
Iraqi Exiles See This as Another Occupation
Iraq Wants Multinational UN Forces
Sadr Prepared To Accept UN Troops In Iraq
Marines Disband Fallujah Forces
21 Killed in Afghan Attacks on Provincial Governor
 
Iraq Halts Oil Exports from Main Southern Pipeline
Najaf
Massacre Fears as Najaf Peace Talks Collapse
Thousands of Demonstrators Support Militants in Najaf
Talks Fail but Sadr Remains
Explosions Rock Najaf as Talks Break Down
Najaf: No Way Back
Sadr's Uprising
Rebel Cleric Wields Power From the Heart of Baghdad
To Mahdi Militiaman, Firing on Americans Is Act of 'Patriotism'
Besieged Iraqis Believe This Is Armageddon
The Ayatollah and the Firebrand
Violence Continues
US Attacks in Iraq Claim 90 Lives
50 Killed, 50 Injured In Samarra, Hilla Cities Of Iraq
US Bombers Raid Sunni Iraqi City
US Air Strikes Near Flashpoint City of Fallujah
Air Force Special Agent Killed in Iraq
'After Three Wars We Have All Had Enough'
Iraqi Government
Iraq National Conference to Begin Sunday, Official Confirms
Protests Test Parliament Plans
Dangerous Assignment
Sadr Brokered Deal That Freed British Journalist
Journalist Tells of 'Indiana Jones-Style' Bid to Escape Captors
Journalist Tells of Iraqis' Mock Executions
How a Bomb Shattered a Reporter's Detachment
Chalabis
US Admits Knowing of Chalabi Warrants

Chalabi Pressed for 'Show Trial'

Global Iraq Fallout
Iraq Prime Minister Denies Iran Is Intervening
Fahrenheit 9/11 Provoking Strong Reaction in the Arab World
Afghanistan
US Sees Widening Crack in Taliban Leadership
Afghans Gauging Devotion of US
Rival Militias Clash in Afghanistan
26 Officers Held for Possible Taliban Ties
Asia
North Korea Says It Does Not Need Food Aid
Musharraf Vows to End Pakistani Islamic Militancy
In Other News
Chavez Fights for Political Life at the Polls
Best-Seller on Honor Killing a Hoax
US Firms Sued Over Agent Orange
 
The War at Home
Sen. Harkin Wants Bush to End 'Backdoor Draft' of Troops
Events in Iraq Prove a Distraction and a Guide for Wisconsin Voters
Uranium Reactors on Campus Raise Security Concerns
'Homeland Security'
NBC Staffers Arrested in Airport Ploy
Newspapers Help Increase Fear
US Sailor Wrote Islamic Radicals
US Holds Terror Drill in NYC
DC Exasperated by Security Measures
Detaining Justice
Pakistani Arrested While Videotaping Skyscrapers to Stay in Custody
American Caught With Taliban Seeks Review of 20-Year Term
Guantanamo Bay Britons to See Lawyers After More Than Two Years Without Trial
Gitmo Play Leads Host of Mideast-Themed Theater in London
Palestine/Israel
Israeli Peace Activist Branded a Traitor
Syria: Israeli Armed Forces Chief Trying to Trick World on Golan
Classified Internal Hamas Document Spells Out Policy on Disengagement
Officials Cool on Extent of Egyptian Role in Gaza Strip
Palestinian Prisoners Plan Hunger Strike to Expose Abuse
IDF Draws Diplomatic Fire After Shooting at Spanish Consulate Car
Two Palestinian Children Wounded as House Destroyed
Bomb That Exploded at West Bank Checkpoint Was Meant for Haifa
Middle East
Iran Appears Firm on Nuclear Research
Canada Pledges to Be US Partner to Stop Iran Acquiring Nuclear Arms
Lebanon Slams France for Trying to Ban Hezbollah TV
Caspian Separatism
Georgia and Separatist Region Close to an Official Cease-Fire
Threat of Civil War Is Turning the Abkhaz Into Russians
Sudan
First African Union Troops Leave Kigali for Darfur
Want, Violence and Death Steal Childhood in Sudan
EU
Brussels Police Raid EU Critic's Home in Retaliation for News Story
EU Orders Health ID Cards for All Tourists
 
Contributors


8/13/2004
Reinventing the War Party


8/13/2004
Parsing the Libyan Myth


8/10/2004
Bringing Back Saddam (Almost)


8/07/2004
Sino-Japanese Grudge Match

Nebojsa Malic
8/05/2004
Summer of Discontent

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

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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