Highlights
The Axis That Should Worry Us: Robert Dreyfuss
Congress Must Probe Spy Scandal: John Conyers
The Hague Showdown: Nebojsa Malic
US-Backed Armies Firing Blanks: Thalif Deen
NPR Stokes Iran Hysteria: Mike Whitney
 
The Terror Enigma
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News
Updated Sept. 2, 2004 – 8:00 pm EDT
Ashcroft Nixes Arrests in Spy Probe
FBI Probes Israeli Theft of Vital Secrets
Iraqi Kidnappers Release French Journalists
US Report Accuses Sadr of Mass Killings
NBC: Terror-Related Deaths on the Rise
Hospital Officials: US Bombs Kill 17 Civilians in Fallujah
Dozens Freed But Hundreds Still Held in Russian School
Kidnappers: Every One of Us Killed, We'll Kill 50 Children
A Friend Warns US Against Neocon Foreign Policy
26 US Soldiers to Be Charged in Deaths of Afghan Detainees
Viewpoints
Congress Must Investigate Pentagon Spy Scandal  by Rep. John Conyers
The Axis We Should Be Worried About  by Robert Dreyfuss
OK to Spy for Israel, but Not to Criticize It  by John Tirman
NPR Stokes Iran Hysteria
by Mike Whitney
Republican Party Platitudes
by Tom Engelhardt
Better to Snitch Than to Receive?
by Bob Barr

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Frontline
More Investigations of Feith's Offices
Feith's Office Contemplates Iran War
Affair May Slow Push for Iran Regime Change
Report Scolds Terrorism Prosecutors
US-Backed Armies Firing Blanks
Russian Terror Exposes Weak Intelligence
UN: Iran Readies Batch of Uranium for Enrichment
Iraq's Oil Is Still Flowing, Somehow
Israel Vows Global War on Hamas
Israel Blames Syria for Bombings, Threatens Retaliation
 
Nine Lives: After Avoiding Arrest and Assassination, Chalabi Plots Comeback
Torture Probes
Prison Scandal Led to Sharp Decline in Intelligence
US Army Sergeant Charged in Afghan Prisoners' Death
Aussie Military Lawyer Disputes Reports He Failed to Act on Abuse
Lynndie Trial Adjourned
Lynndie England Awaits Judge's Ruling
Nepal Reacts to Killings
4,000 Protesters Torch Mosque in Nepal in Retaliation for Iraq Killings
Nepal Police Kill Two in Iraq Protest
Pakistan Angrily Reacts to Attacks in Nepal
Hostage Crises
Gadhafi Calls for Freeing of Hostages
Pope Calls for Hostages' Release
France Asks Arabs to Help Free Kidnapped Journalists in Iraq
French Anxious Over Kidnapping
French Scarf Ban Comes Into Force
Three Macedonians Taken Hostage in Baghdad
Kidnappers Free Seven Foreign Truckers in Iraq
Jordanian Kidnapped in Iraq
Iraqi Politics
Did Sistani Collude With US in Najaf?
Allawi Promises Aid for Slum to Undercut Insurgency
Allawi Due in Paris to Kick Off European Tour
Explosions Rock First Meeting of New Iraqi Assembly
Violence Continues
Senior Sadr Aide Assassinated in Iraq
US Troops, Iraqi Security Come Under Attack
Afghanistan
Afghan Police Say 8 Civilians Killed in US Raid, US Says Only 20 Militants Killed
Aid Workers Lash Out at Afghan Military
Through an Afghan Governor's Eyes
Pakistan
Pakistan Launches New Round in Anti-Taliban Campaign
Pakistan Arrests 'Important' al-Qaeda Pair
North Korea
North Korean Defectors Storm Japanese School in China, Beg for Asylum
Another Dynastic Power Transfer in North Korea?
Asia
US and China Court India
Nepal Capital Imposes Curfew
Papua New Guinea Moves Troops to Indonesian Border
Former Malaysian PM: Religious Leaders Responsible for Backwardness of Muslims
Malaysian Court Refuses to Free Militants
Elderly US Deserter Offers to Surrender
Philippine Army Sees Increase in Tuberculosis
Europe
France Takes NATO Reins in Kosovo
Milosevic: Tribunal a 'Mutilation of Justice'
Bosnian Serb Leader Acquitted of Genocide, as Milosevic Fights Similar Charges
Poland's Vision of EU
In Other News
Genocide Charges Planned in Mexico Against Ex-President, Others
Rebels Seize Haitian Town
Childhood Exposure to Test Nukes Leaves Blair's Health in Doubt
 
Talking Terror
Terror Talk Abounds at RNC
'We Will Win,', Bush Reassures Rush
Kerry: US Will Win Terror War
RNC Follies
Top Hawk Cheney Swoops in for the Kill
NYC Cops Catch Protesters, Tourists, Journalists in Giant Nets
RNC Protest Arrests Top 1,700
The War at Home
Kerry Joins Campaign Against Iraq Contract
Polls Show the Young Fear Return of Draft
Vietnam Vet Buries Son Killed in Iraq
VA Memo Challenges Political Action on Duty
Studio Cancels Antiwar Film by Three Kings Director
Tim Robbins Defends 'Terrible' Iraq Satire
'Homeland Security'
Census Bureau Reversal: Won't Share Info
D.C. Prepares Commuters for Terror
US Bureaucrats Keep Us Safe From Polish Choir Boy
Bush Intel Changes Fall Short of 9/11 Panel Recommendations
Post-9/11 Border Restrictions Hurting Economy, Education
'War on Terror'
UK Cleric De-arrested
US Spy Jobs Not an Easy Sell for Muslims
Aussies Renew Ban on al-Qaeda
Aussie Terror Suspect's Lawyer Makes US Court Challenge
Israel/Palestine
Israeli Intelligence Faulted for Failure to Halt Hamas
Reserve Draft Hobbles Israeli Economy
Israeli Intel Tried to Recruit Suicide Bomber as a Collaborator
Seven Palestinians Injured in Israeli Missile Strike on Gaza
4 Years and 4,000 Deaths Later, Has the World Given Up on Palestine?
Middle East
US, France Tell Syria Not to Interfere With Lebanon Election (Leave That to Us)
IAEA: No Proof of Secret Iran Plan
Pakistan Found to Aid Iran Nuclear Efforts
US Standing With Arabs Hits a New Low
Russian School Hostages
Russia Bracing for a Bloodbath
Russia Opens Talks With Hostage Takers
Crisis Grips Russian Media
Russia
For Russia, An August of Terror
Putin Still Has No Solution to the 'Chechnya Problem'
Russia Probing Sisters' Ties to Subway Station, Plane Bombings
Moscow Blast Toll Rises to 11
Sudan
UN: Sudan Failing in Darfur
Canada: Equipment to Sudan, but No Troops
Darfur Rebels Release Aid Workers
What's Behind Darfur, and What's Next?
Caves and Trees Provide Only Respite for Darfur Refugees
Swedish FM: Too Early to Sanction Sudan
In Western Sudan, Fear Is the Ever-Growing Enemy
Africa
Thatcher Pays Son's Bail
War and Corruption Keep Congo Tottering
How Oil Brought the Dogs of War Back to Malabo
 
Contributors


9/01/2004
Traitorous 'Conservatives'


9/02/2004
The Hague Showdown


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


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

Alan Bock
8/27/2004
A Culture of Improvisation

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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