Highlights
Bush Unimaginative? Hardly!: Ivan Eland
Why Franklin and Not Feith?: Karen Kwiatkowski
Taiwan's Dangerous Gambit: Nicolas Heidorn
Iraqi Prison Horrors Pervasive: Lisa Croke
A Nest of Spies: Robert Dreyfuss
 
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News
Updated Aug. 31, 2004 – 10:50 pm EDT
Spy Probe: Defense Officials Questioned
Israeli Spy Case: First Arrests Imminent
AIPAC Officials Identified
Israel, Iran Trade Threats as FBI Probes Spying
Hamas Bombs Kill 16, Wound 100 in Israel
12 Nepali Hostages Killed in Iraq
Car Bomb Kills 9 at Moscow Subway Station
Bush’s Military Bill Beats Cold War Spending
Iraqi Prison Horrors Still Pervasive
Shift in Priorities: US Puts Security Over Infrastructure in Iraq
Viewpoints
Why Franklin and Not Feith?
by Karen Kwiatkowski
War Party Won't Learn From Its Mistakes  by Georgie Anne Geyer
Some Soldiers Are More Equal Than Others  by David Hackworth
A Nest of Spies  by Robert Dreyfuss
Georgia, the Unlikely Warmonger
by Christopher Deliso
Taiwan's Dangerous Gambit
by Nicolas Heidorn

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Frontline
Bush: War on Terror a Losing Battle
Bush: Iraq Success 'Catastrophic'
Poll: Half of New Yorkers Think Govt Let 9/11 Happen
Is Iraq Fracturing Neoconservatism?
New Spy Scandal Is Major Blow to Israel, AIPAC
The Terror Factor in Afghanistan, Iraq
Big Winner in Najaf? Iran
British Army Stops Patrolling Basra Streets
Kabul: New Threats Against Americans
 
Taiwan Cancels War Games to Reciprocate China's Friendly Gesture
Torture Tales & Probes
Witness: Lynndie 'Stomped on Fingers' at Abu Ghraib
Report: Documents Helped Set Conditions for Abuse
Generals May Pay Price for Iraq Abuse
Lawyer 'Not Told' of Jail Abuse Allegations
Politics in Iraq
Sadr Switching From Bullets to Ballots
Ripple of Hope as Sadr Talks Continue
Poll Finds Sistani Is Iraq's Most Popular Leader
Sadr City, Support From the Impoverished
Allawi Meets With Insurgents, Pushes Amnesty
French Hostage Crisis
France Gets an Extra Day to Lift Headscarf Ban Before Executions
Veiled Women Join Paris Protest Against Kidnapping of French Journalists in Iraq
French Press Outraged at Hostage Demands
French Hostages Plead: Lift Headscarf Ban
Egypt Islamists Slam Iraq Kidnappings
Violence Continues
Dozens Killed in Sadr City Clashes
US Soldier Killed by Roadside Bomb Near Mosul
Mortar Fire in Baghdad, No Injuries
Saboteurs Blow Up Another Baghdad Oil Pipeline
Najaf: Picking Up the Pieces
Burials Delayed as Najaf Cemetery Remains Littered With Weapons
In Najaf, Among the Believers
Battle of Britain
UK DM Refuses Plea for More Basra Troops
Brits Plan Crackdown on Rogue Mercenaries
Russia and Iraq
Russian Deployment to Iraq Fraught With Risks
Putin Permits Russian Arms Sales to Iraq
Global Iraq Fallout
Polish Commander in Iraq: Hold Elections ASAP
Aussie Opposition Renews Pledge to Bring Troops Home From Iraq
Dutch FM: Improved Security in Iraq Means EU Aid
The New Iraq
Allawi: Oil Attacks Hurt Iraq Badly
Trying to Rescue Science From Baghdad Ruins
Baghdad Playgroup Offers Hope
Afghanistan
Taliban Warns of More Attacks Before Afghan Election
Kabul Tense After Bombing
Idema Trial Postponed Again
Nepal
Nepal's Maoists Ruthless and Growing Stronger
Alarm Over Nepal's 'Political Disappearances'
Koreas
South Korea: North Could Beat Us if US Leaves
North Korea: US Hostility Hurting Negotiations
Asia
General Strike Against Political Violence Cripples Bangladesh
Rights Group Urges Probe Into Kashmir Abuses
Human Rights Cast Shadow Over 2008 Beijing Olympic Games
East Timor Celebrates Fifth Anniversary of Independence Vote
Chechnya Vote
Chechen Vote 'Tainted by Fraud'
Opponents Question Chechen Vote
New Chechen Leader Vows to Send Rebels to the 'Dustbin of History'
Air Terror in Russia
Russians Kept in the Dark on Terror
After Russia's 'September 11'
Russian Minister: Planes Were Blown Up but Not Hijacked
Chechens Suspected of Blowing Up Russian Jets Lived Together
Moscow Fears Suicide Bombers Still at Large
 
RNC in NYC
Unlike Dems, GOP Rolls Out Red Carpet for Al-Jazeera
RNC Hails 'War on Terror'
Voices From the March to Nowhere
At GOP Convention, Echoes of 9/11
NY Protesters Upstage Republicans
Tour of Duty
Son's Second Iraq Tour Tougher on Parents
A Few Fortunate Guardsmen Returning Home Because of Limit on Active Duty
Reservist Struggles to Stop Mortgage Co. From Foreclosing
The War at Home
Iraq Remains Bush's Biggest Obstacle
Knight Ridder Breaks From the Pack on Iraq
Democrats Would Shield Foreign Nuclear Whistleblowers
Helen Thomas on Iraq
Gitmo 'Justice'
Attorneys, Rights Groups Slam Gitmo Tribunals
First Civilian Lawyer Sees Clients at Gitmo
Gitmo Tribunal Struggles With First Hearings
'Homeland Security'
As in Russia, US Jet Screening Vulnerable to Bombs
9/11 Reformers Increasingly Pessimistic
'War on Terror'
Secret Terror Court Open to Govt Attorneys Only
Guardsman Faces Court Martial for Sharing Intel With Fake al-Qaeda
Lawyer's Accident May Disrupt German 9/11 Trial
Australia Warns of Election Terror
Turkey Warns It Will Counter Terrorism
The International Brotherhood of Mercenaries
Disengagement?
Sharon: Empty All Gaza Settlements Simultaneously
Israel May Leave One Gaza Settlement as Hospital
Slim Chances of Disengagement
Palestine/Israel
Mideast Fighting Without End?
Israeli Ministers Urged: 'Leave it to US' to Take Care of Iran Nukes
Palestinian Hunger Strike Resumed
Palestinians Need a 'Great Soul'
First Jewish Petition Against Wall
Ramallans Take Back the Night
Israel to Allow Druze to Visit Syria
Israeli Troops Kill Palestinian in South Gaza
Israeli Airstrike in Jenin Missed Car, Hit Nearby Homes
Iran
DM: Iran Boosts 'Deterrent Capability'
Iran's Nuke Plans May Be Unstoppable
Saudi Arabia
Lone Gunman Fires at US Consulate in Saudi Port City

Saudis Fight Militancy With Jobs

Sudan
Attacks Go On as Sudan Flirts With Sanctions
Sudan Fears Threat of Sanctions
UK Official: Sudan Tackling Crisis
UN: Darfur Refugees Still at Risk
Nigerian Troops Leave for Darfur
Nigeria to Sudan: Enough With the Killing Already
Russia and China, Sudan's Key Ties at the UN
Africa
Africa Takes Tough Stand on Coups
UN Praises Libyan Dismantling of Nuclear Program
IAEA Casts Doubt on Libya's Nuke Source
In Other News
US, Russia Top List of Weapons Dealers
War Gets Headlines, but Peace Is Breaking Out in More Corners of the World
Ten Years Later, the Difference the IRA Ceasefire Has Made
Croatia Removes Brand-New Nazi Tributes
Dutch MP Not a Big Fan of Allah
Venezuela Slams US for Giving Asylum to Cuban Terrorist
 
Contributors


8/30/2004
The Axis of Treason


8/31/2004
Bush's 'War on Terror': No Lack of Imagination


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


8/27/2004
A Culture of Improvisation

Nebojsa Malic
8/26/2004
Defying Despair

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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