Highlights
Friends in High Places: Justin Raimondo
Misunderstanding Terrorism: Alan Bock
Kerry Hobbled by Iraq Record: Katherine Stapp
Be Prepared for the Fearmongers: Scott Blackburn
How Gore Lied Us Into War: William S. Lind
 
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News
Updated Sept. 3, 2004 – 9:00 pm EDT
AIPAC, Espionage, and Chalabi
FBI Probing Spy Suspect's Impact on Iran Policy
200 Killed, 700 Wounded in Russian Siege
Bush Vows to Keep Picking Fights in Terror War
Bin Laden's Wealth Not the Force Behind 9/11
US 'Friendly Fire' Kills 4 in Fallujah
Brent Scowcroft Calls Iraq War an 'Overreaction'
Powell: US Underestimated Iraq Insurgency
Analysts: Most Likely Iraq Outcome Is a Breakup
Israel May Strike Syria Over Pair of Suicide Bombings
Viewpoints
Israel Spy Scandal: Misplaced Feith  by Eric Alterman & Paul McLeary
Time for the Generals to Speak Up
by Andrew Bacevich
Time for an Apology From Bill Kristol  by Scott Sherman
US Won't Get What It Wants in Iraq
by R. William Ayres
Be Prepared for the Fearmongers
by Scott Blackburn
Some Mother's Son  by Andrew Greeley

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Frontline
FBI Informed White House of AIPAC Probe Two Years Ago
Israeli Interests Strong in Office Cited in Spy Case
Ashcroft Nixes Arrests in Israeli Spy Probe
Secretive Pentagon Office Target of Spy Probe
AIPAC Wields US Influence
Some Jewish Leaders Question AIPAC's Tactics
Foreign-Policy Personnel Changes in 2nd Bush Term?
Judge Dismisses Terrorism Charges of Two Detroit Men
DoD Censors Its Own 'Right to Know' Video
Kerry Hobbled by Iraq Record
 
Even Republican Delegates Split on War
Iraqi Politics
US Commander: Sadr Must Be Defeated Soon
Disarmament Talks Stumble Over Access of US Troops to Sadr City
Mahdi Army Becoming a Potent Political Force
What Now for Sistani?
Sistani: Dean, Ruler, Pope?
Iraqi UK Envoy: Strong Baghdad Lobby Wants Ties With Israel
Torture Tales & Probes
Marine Guilty of Abusing Iraqi Prisoners
Goss Chides Senate on Iraq Abuse Hearings
Abu Ghraib Pulls 'Better Angels' Down to Earth
Hostage Crises
Kidnappers Now Deny Release of French Journalists
News of Iraq Kidnappings Officially Reaches Families in Macedonia
Violence Continues
Hospital Officials: US Bombs Kill 17 Civilians in Fallujah
US Bombing Angers Fallujah Residents
Iraqi Gunmen Kill Associated Press Driver
Bodies of Two Slain Turks Found in Iraq
Report Disputed: Australian Troops Engaged in US-Led Covert Action in Iraq
Iraq Militants Kill Three Turks, Bomb Oil Pipeline
Huge Explosion on Iraq-Turkey Pipeline Knocks Out Oil Supply
Battle of Britain
UK Foreign Secretary Urges UN to Start More Wars
UK Heavies Evaluate Iraq War Drama
Global Iraq Fallout
Report Warns of Regional Spread of Iraq Tumult
Qatar-Based Cleric Affirms Right to Target US Civilians in Iraq
Nepal Curfew Extended as Riots Spread
Muslims See Other Motives for Iraq War
South Korean Embassy in Baghdad to Move Into Green Zone
Afghanistan
From Warlord to Civil Servant
UN: 2.2 Million Afghans Have Returned Home From Pakistan
UN: 1 Millionth Afghan Refugee Returns From Iran
UN Calls for Urgent Aid for Afghan Drought
Pakistan/India/Kashmir
Pakistan Official: Al-Qaeda Operative Came From Iran
India FM: No Major Breakthrough Likely in Pakistan Talks
14 Killed as India PM Prepares for Kashmir Visit
India Govt Faces Uneasy Alliance
South Korea
South Korea Admits It Had Secret Nuke Program
US Soldier Found Dead in South Korea
Asia
Nepal Maoists Dismiss Offer of Talks
Koizumi Defies Russia, Sails Near Disputed Islands
China, US Close to Deal on Nuclear Tech Trade
Malaysia Frees Leading Political Prisoner
Russia in Crisis
'Teflon President' Dented by Continuing Wave of Violence
Doubts Over Russian Hostage-Takers
Escapees Describe Russian Hostage Situation
North Ossetia Families Stricken as Children Held Across the Street
Child Hostages Test Russia's Antiterror Response
Chechnya Chips Away at Putin's Image
Middle East
US OKs Sales of Weapons to Yemen
Saudi Militant Surrenders
In Other News
Gaddafi Tells US, China to Follow His Lead on Nukes
Riggs Probe Finds Evidence of Pinochet-Related Crimes
UN Court Imposes Lawyers on Milosevic
Milosevic Furious at Forced Lawyers
Gibraltar, Spain to Hold Talks
Can Bruce Lee Unify Bosnian City?
 
RNC Follies
Veterans of Iraq War Join Forces to Protest US Invasion
Cheney: Preserving Freedom 'Greatest Challenge of Our Time'
Young Republicans Support War, but Not Willing to Fight
Judge Orders RNC Protesters Released
Thousands Protest on Final Night of RNC
Tactics by Police Mute the Protesters, and Their Messages
RNC Arrests Fall Far Short of Police Projections
The War at Home
Bush Counting on Terror War for Votes
Army's Decision to Drop Charges in Soldier's Death Angers Mother
Pentagon Envisions Shift to Guerrilla Tactics
Halliburton Role in Probe Criticized
Halliburton Suggested Bribing Nigeria for Business
Search on for Tiger Roaming Louisiana Military Base
'Intelligence'
Bush's CIA Choice Says Interrogations Remain Key to War on Terror
18 News Groups Push for Confidentiality in Plame Case
'Homeland Security'
'Major Victory Against Terror' to Be Thrown Out Over Admitted Misconduct
Anti-Bush Sticker Gets Terrified Teen Visit From Secret Service
Chicago Pastor Calls All Muslims Terrorists, Loses Polling Location
'War on Terror'
Experts: Bin Laden Operatives Still Use Dubai
US Lowers Estimate of Osama's Net Worth
Soldier Guilty of Trying to Aid al-Qaeda
Experts: Soldier Who Tried to Pass Secrets to al-Qaeda Mentally Ill
Russia-US Flights Require Extra Security
Bali Bomber Spotted Carrying on in Starbucks
Palestine/Israel
Sharon Speeds Up Wall After Attack
Palestinian Lawmakers Strike Against Arafat's Corruption
Palestinian Prisoners End Hunger Strike as They Say Demands Are Met
Israel Denies Meeting Hunger Strikers Demands
Israel Killed 436 Palestinians in Past 'Quiet' Six Months
Israel Destroys Dozens of Palestinian Homes in Gaza, Hundreds Homeless
Report: Israeli Troops Kill Four Palestinians, Wound 35 in Gaza Strip
Arafat: Politically Stronger Than Sharon?
Tensions High as Middle East Schools Begin
Syria/Lebanon
Syria on Offensive as Israel Threatens to Avenge Bombings

US, France Demand UN Halt Re-election of Lebanese President

UN Debates Calling for Syrian Pullout From Lebanon
Syria Mocks US Concern for Lebanon
Iran
UN Watchdog: Iran Producing Precursor to Nukes
UN Agency Adds to Fears on Iran's Nuclear Ambitions
Iran Emboldened by Nuclear Report, Scoffs at US
US Seeks UN Iran Sanctions
Sudan
UN Tries to Drag World Into Darfur
Darfur Overshadows Peace Process in South Sudan
Darfur Rebels Demand Prosecution of Janjaweed
Sudanese Bureaucracy Buckles Before Impatient World
Sudan Willing to Accept More African Union Forces
Amid Darfur Hostilities, Some Hospitality
Africa
South Africa Arrest 'Related to WMD'
Nigerian Governor Fires Cabinet Over Oil War
DR Congo Rebel Returns to Govt
US Hopes to Conclude WMD Talks With Libya This Month
 
Contributors


9/03/2004
Friends in High Places


9/03/2004
Misunderstanding Terrorism


9/02/2004
The Hague Showdown


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

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

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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