Highlights
The Desert Fox: William S. Lind
Swift Intelligent Smokescreen: Ray McGovern
Internment Chic: Ilana Mercer
A Reverse Cold War: Gordon Prather
A Waste of Blood: Charley Reese
 
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News
Updated Aug. 28, 2004 – 9:30 pm EDT
Israel Spy Nest: The Net Widens
Israeli Spy May Have Shaped US Policy
'It's Larry Franklin'
FBI: Israel Spy Arrests as Soon as Next Week
Najaf Quiet, But Clashes Erupt in Baghdad
US Emerges as the Big Loser in Najaf
Sadr Militiamen Swap Prisoners With Iraq
Najaf Shows Iraqi Govt Weakness
Higher-ups at Abu Ghraib Could Face Abuse Charges
Two Arrested in Alleged Plot to Blow Up NYC Subway
Russia: Explosives Found in Both Downed Jets
Viewpoints
A Reverse Cold War  by Gordon Prather
Swift Intelligent Smokescreen
by Ray McGovern
Kerry Owes the Neocons
by Christopher Manion
Internment Chic  by Ilana Mercer
The Desert Fox  by William S. Lind
A Waste of Blood  by Charley Reese

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Frontline
NYC to First Amendment: Keep Off the Grass
Bush Signs Order Bolstering CIA Director's Power
Canadian Intel: Man Downed Plane in Queens in 2001
Report: Al-Qaeda May Target VA Hospitals
Aussies on Iraq Secret Ops
Trickle-Down Torture
US-Iran Battle for Iraq Just Beginning
UK WMD Expert Turns Dissident
5,500 GIs Get Orders for Afghanistan
Militant Group Takes Credit for Downed Russian Jets
 
Under Peace Accord, Najaf Becomes Second 'No-Go Zone' for US Troops; GIs Move to Outskirts of City
Flashpoint: Najaf
Najaf Truce No Clear Victory
Iraq Rebels Hand in Arms, Leave Najaf Shrine
Militias Leave Najaf, Pilgrims Stream In
Scenes of Desolation in Najaf After Weeks of Fighting Around Holy Shrine
An Uneasy Peace Reigns; Now Iraqis Count the Cost
Corpses Fuel Suspicions as Najaf Battle Ends
Pilgrims Hail Najaf Peace
Shi'ite Leaders
Iran Cleric: Sistani Returns Like Khomeini
Militia Ready to Answer Sadr's Call
Sadr: Islamic Revolutionary or Political Catalyst?
Violence Continues
Civilians Killed in US Bombing of Fallujah
US, Militants Battle in Central Baghdad
Twelve US Soldiers Wounded in Multiple Baghdad Grenade Attacks
10 Iraqis Wounded in Mosul Car Bomb Attack
GI Killed in Iraq Vehicle Accident
Hostage Crises
Two Turkish Hostages Shot Dead in Iraq
Kuwaiti Firm to Leave Iraq in Response to Kidnappers Demands
Militants Free Relative of Iraqi DM
Italy Outraged by Hostage Death
The New Iraq
Iraqi Soccer Team Loses Bronze to Italy in Game Overshadowed by Controversy
US-Backed Iraqi Police Take Over Chalabi's Baghdad Office
Non-Kurd Cleansing of Kirkuk Intensifies as Census Nears
Iraq Urges Christians to Return From Exile
Global Iraq Fallout
Thousands of Greeks Riot as Powell Visits Athens
Police Tear Gas Anti-Powell Protesters in Athens
Bush Tells UK Tory Leader He Isn't Welcome at White House
Unlikely Alliance Against Iraq War to Hold Second Summit
Malaysia Downplays Possibility of Muslim Troops in Iraq
Filipinos Protest Work Ban on Iraq
Nepal Arrests Five Who Broke Iraq Ban
Six Hurt in Kashmir Protesting US Occupation of Iraq
Chirac Takes Practical Approach to US-Franco Partnership
Iraqi Resistance Celebrated in Brazil
South/Central Asia
Donkeys and Satellite Phones Pave Way for Afghan Elections
Pakistan Opposition Boycotts PM Election
Maoists Warn Nepal Election Officials to Resign
Many Injured as Indian Mosques Bombed
India Frets Over Bangladesh Blast
Tourists Return to a Less-Sparkling Kashmir
East Asia
North Korea Nuke Talks Stall
South Pushing for Inter-Korean Talks to Resolve Nuclear Issue
China Calls for Preventing Outer Space Arms Race
Southeast Asia
Malaysian Opposition Leader: US Aims to Paralyze Islam, Seize Oil
Disputed Oil Strains Relations Between Australia, East Timor
Chechnya
Suicide Bombs and Rebel Attacks as Disillusioned Chechnya Votes
Chechnya Braces for Poll Only the Kremlin Can Win
Chechen Law: Wearing Mask Means Instant Death
Two Die in Bombing Near Chechen Border
 
RNC in NYC
NYC Mayor: Convention Security Costs Could Double
Bush Clashes With New York Police, Fire Dept
'King George II' Faces Rebels' Rage
Coming to a Convention Near You: Scary Anarchist II
A Roundup of the RNC Protests Plans
The War at Home
Powell Echoes Bush on Iraq Errors
Charges Unlikely for Dad of Dead Marine Who Burned Himself in Marine Van
GOP House Candidates Tread Carefully Around Iraq
Uncovered Lays Out the Case Against Iraq War
The 'Good War' and Its Refuseniks
Gitmo 'Justice'
Confusion Pervades Gitmo Hearing
Accused Airman's Fellow Translators Not Told About Classified Material
UK Foreign Office: Briton Detained at Gitmo Claims Mistreatment
UN: Gitmo Situation Better but Needs to Be Improved
'Homeland Security'
Computer Program Turns Thousands Into 'Terrorists'
US Planes Vulnerable to Bombers, Experts Say
Fighter Jets Prepared to Shoot Down Hijacked Planes
US Will Probe New Air Traveler Watchlist
'War on Terror'
US: Hamdi Release 'Imminent'
UN: Al-Qaeda Sanctions Ineffective
MI6 Scrambles After Croatian Paper Outs Agents in Balkans Spy Plot
UK Accidentally Deports Asylum Seeker
Australia Makes Secret Deal With Saudis Over Funding of Extremists
Firm Recalls Candy With 9/11 Attack Toy
Israel/Palestine
Israel Arrests Two Soldiers for Murdering Unarmed Palestinian
Israel Defends Missile Failure
Palestinians End Hunger Strike as Some Demands Met
International Community Paid Little Attention to Palestinian Hunger Strike
Gaza Apartments an Emblem of Frustration with Arafat
Gandhi: West Bank Wall 'Apartheid'
Lebanon
US, Germany, France Intervene to Tell Lebanon to Have Elections Without Intervention
United by Divisions: The Paradox of Lebanon
Sudan
Rights Group: Sudan Allowing Janjaweed to Run Darfur Camps
Black Rebels Seize Darfur with Nationalist Message
Red Cross Launches Darfur Aid Push
Hijacked Plane From Libya Forced to Land in Sudan
African Union Seen as Main Hope for Darfur
Africa
Annan: Burundi Massacre Maybe Done by Congolese-Rwandan Alliance
Burkina Faso Accused in Mauritanian Coup Plot
Zimbabwe Convicts British 'Coup Leader'
Americas
Argentina 'Was Told' It Had US Backing for 'Dirty War'
Cuba Severs Ties With Panama
Two Police Killed in Colombian Bomb Attack
Coca Entrepreneurs Create Plant Immune to US Attack
UN Peacekeeping Force in Haiti Down to 40 Percent of Its Troops
 
Contributors


8/27/2004
Rage Against the Machine


8/28/2004
India-Pakistan Dialogue Moves Between Stagnation, Hope


8/27/2004
A Culture of Improvisation


8/26/2004
Defying Despair

Ivan Eland
8/24/2004
Being Pro-War Is Not Necessarily Patriotic

Sascha Matuszak
8/07/2004
Sino-Japanese Grudge Match

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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