Highlights
The Axis of Treason: Justin Raimondo
AIPAC's Overt and Covert Ops: Juan Cole
'That Real Old Stuff': Charley Reese
Here We Go Again: Jonathan Steele
Oops, We'll Do It Again?: Gordon Prather
 
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News
Updated Aug. 30, 2004 – 9:50 pm EDT
Bush: War on Terror a Losing Battle
Report on Iran Key to Spying Inquiry
Has Franklin Been Flipped by the FBI?
Publicity Derailed Secrets Inquiry
Franklin, the Spy: A Neocon Ideologue
Sadr Urges Disarmament, Will Join Political Process
CIA Expands Abu Ghraib Abuse Probe
US Soldier Says Torture Was Encouraged
Viewpoints
AIPAC's Overt and Covert Ops
by Juan Cole
Conservatives Betrayed
Interview With James Bovard
From Vietnam to Iraq: Pretext and Precedent  by William B. Bader
Oops, We'll Do It Again?
by Gordon Prather
'That Real Old Stuff'  by Charley Reese
Neocons Turn Cannibal  by Martin Sieff

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Frontline
Survey of 9/11 Families: Most Against Iraq War
Army: Use of Dogs Came From Top
US Fears as Deal Keeps Sadr's Men Armed
US Dispute With Sadr Moves to Baghdad
US to Build Huge New UN Mission in New York
Over 8,000 Troops Get Probable Yearlong Deployment Back to Desert
Moscow Halts Talks With Georgia
  Iraq Remains Bush's Biggest Obstacle
Edwards: Kerry Would Offer Iran 'Nuclear Bargain'
Hillary: Kosovo Shows Democrats Better at War
 
Veterans and 9/11 Families Highlighted as 400,000 Pour Into Manhattan for Antiwar, Anti-Bush Protest
Iraqi Politics
Allawi Vows to Disarm Militants
Standoff Bolstered Sadr's Support
Sistani, Most Powerful Man in Iraq
Allawi Pushes Amnesty in Talks With Insurgents
A Neo-Ba'athist Dressing Down in Najaf
Najaf: Illusion of Resolution
Violence Continues
Najaf Calm as Baghdad Flares Anew
Civilians Wounded in Mosul Clashes
Saboteurs Blow Up Another Oil Pipeline in Iraq
In Iraq, 'Road Warriors' Deliver the Goods
French Hostage Crisis
French PM to Hold Emergency Talks on Iraq Hostages
France Won't Meet Demand to Stop Ban on Head Scarves
Paris Panic After Journalists Kidnapped in Iraq
Global Iraq Fallout
Anti-Americanism in US-Iraq Olympic Contest
Iraqi Delegation Finally Arrives in Iran
Polish Party Demands Troops Leave Iraq
US Loses Favor With British
Former BBC Head: Either Blair Lied About Iraq or Was Incompetent
One Irishman in His Boat Spreads Antiwar Message
EU to Discuss Increased Aid for Iraq
NATO in Iraq to Teach Military Management
Afghanistan
Deadly Bombing at US Contractor's Office in Kabul
25 Killed, Including 2 Americans in Afghan Blasts
Taliban Says It Remotely Detonated Kabul Bomb
Pakistan
Religious Groups Threaten Peace in Remote Pakistani Region
Militant 'Shot Himself' During Interrogation by Pakistani Police
Pakistan Urges Restraint After India Missile Test
Three Pakistan Soldiers Killed in Wana Attacks
New Pakistani PM Vows to End Poverty, Terrorism
Pakistan Arrests Suspect in Failed Assassination Attempts
Two Pakistani Soldiers Killed in South Waziristan Attacks
Chechnya
Moscow-Backed Cop Set to Become New Chechen President
Tight Security as Chechens Vote
Chechen Vote Spotlights Kremlin Problem
Chechen Killed Attempting to Blow Up a Polling Station
Macedonia
Small Macedonian Town Preparing to Declare Independence
 
RNC in NYC
  At GOP Convention, Echoes of 9/11
Families and Individuals Join in Anger and Frustration
Berg's Father to Protest at Convention
Unwelcome Mat Laid Out for GOP
Israeli Spy at the Pentagon
Israelis Hotly Deny Pentagon Spy Allegations
Israelis Fear Fallout From Spy Probe
Controversy's No Stranger to AIPAC
The War at Home
Bush's Risky 9/11 Legacy
Strike Force Troops Cash in on Reenlistment
'War on Terror'
Al-Qaeda Group Pledges to Attack Rome, but Not Vatican
Son of Bin Laden Mentor: Iraq a 'Lightning Rod'
Nuclear Insecurity
Effort Intensifies to Secure Penn Station
Gitmo 'Justice'
Trials and Errors at Guantanamo
Dad: Treatment of 'Aussie Taliban' Unfit to Print
Israel/Palestine
Israeli Security Cabinet to Discuss Evacuation of Settlers
Court Remands Israeli Soldiers Suspected of Murdering Palestinian
Jordan to Check for Radiation From Israel's Dimona Reactor
Gandhi Urges Palestinians in Jordan to March Home en Masse
The Beginning of the End of the Occupation of Palestine
Iran
Iran Media Photos Show Upgraded Missile Warhead
Iran Seeks Role in Mideast Peace Process
Syria/Lebanon
Syria Ignores Criticism, Elects in Lebanon
Damascus Feels Beirut's Ripple Effect
Three Killed in Clashes in Palestinian Refugee Camp in Southern Lebanon
Saudi Arabia
Numerous Attacks Foiled in Saudi Arabia
Aussies Keep Closer Tabs on Saudi Funds
Sudan
Tanzania Mulls Troops for Darfur
How Tragic Fuse Was Lit in Sudan
UN Team: Darfur Villagers Still Face Attacks
Too Little, Too Late for Darfur Victims
Africa
Somali Group Declares Itself the New Government
Zimbabwe 'Tortured Coup Suspects'
South African Arms Dealer Faces Death in Equatoguinean Coup Plot
 
Contributors


8/30/2004
The Axis of Treason


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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