Highlights
Neocons Preparing the Sequel to Plan of Attack: Gordon Prather
Inept President, Craven Congress: Charley Reese
What John Kerry Said in 1971
Neocons Serve Two Flags: Stephen Green
The Empire Meets Reality: Patrick J. Buchanan
 
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News
Updated Sept. 4, 2004 – 8:40 pm EDT
Israeli Spy Probe Ongoing Since 2001
FBI Questions Officials at DOD, Cheney's Office
Officials: Israel Has Long Spied on US
FBI Probing Spy Suspect's Impact on Iran Policy
350 Killed, 700 Wounded as Russian Siege Ends
Attacks on Iraq Police Stations Kill 50
GIs' Death Toll Mounts as Iraq Danger Persists
Army Probes CIA's Role in Abu Ghraib Torture
Navy Charges Four SEALs With Assaulting Iraqi Prisoners
Viewpoints
Neocons Preparing the Sequel to Plan of Attack  by Gordon Prather
Neocons Serve Two Flags
by Stephen Green
TSA Should Secure Us From Its Employees  by James Bovard
Inept President, Craven Congress
by Charley Reese
Hijacking the GOP  by Jim Muhm
The Prodigal Congressman
by Byron Williams

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Frontline
What Kerry Said in 1971
US Media Put Iraq Dead on Back Pages
US 'Friendly Fire' Kills 4 in Fallujah
Tension Mounts as Iraqi Police Seal Off Najaf, Kufa
Samarra Becomes Latest No-Go Zone in Iraq
Baghdad Residents Want Their Neighborhood Back
Headscarves Become a Life or Death Issue
Chalabi Linked to Pentagon Spy Probe
 
Larry Franklin Just the Tip of Israel Spy Iceberg
Iraqi Politics
Sadr Says US Can't Defeat Militia
Militia Leaders Say Allawi Trying to Trick Them
Baghdad Squatters Removed at Gunpoint as Iraqi Govt Reasserts Itself
Iraqi President Delays Trip to France Until Hostage Crisis Resolved
Iraqis React
Fallujah Leaders Remain Defiant After Latest US Airstrike
Worshippers Ignore Authorities, Hold Service in Kufa Mosque
Hostage Crises
Iraqi Group to Decide Journalists' Fate 'Soon'
Turkish Captives in Iraq Killed, Videotape Shows
Sadr Aide Denounces French Journalist Kidnappings
Killed Nepal Hostage's Body Found in Iraq
Freed Indian Hostages Return Home to Heroes' Welcome
Global Iraq Fallout
Nepal Wracked by Religious Violence After Iraq Murders
Nepal PM Orders Probe Into Mosque Attack
Poland to Withdraw Its Troops From More of Iraq
The New Iraq
Iraq's Northern Oil Exports Halted
Iraq Makes Postal Progress
Iraq's Universities Still Recovering
Afghanistan
Several Dead as Taliban, Afghan Forces Clash
  Car Bomb Kills One, Wounds Two in Afghanistan
Taliban Warns Afghans to Stop Oil, Food Supply to US Troops
Pakistan/India/Kashmir
Pakistan Seeks More US Copters for Terror War
Pakistan Wants Kashmir Progress, India Warns Not to Get Their Hopes Up
Nukes in South Korea?
US Calls for Probe of South Korea Nuke Program
South Korea: No Nuke Plans Here
South Korea Insists Uranium Enrichment Was Unauthorized
Revelation of South Korean Nuke Program Puts Crimp on Demands on North
South Korean Allies Downplay Nuclear Admission
Asia
Radiation Released in US Military Copter Crash in Okinawa
Tamil Tigers Roar Over US Visits to Sri Lanka
Russia, Thailand Work Toward Guns-for-Chickens Deal
Oil May Smooth Russia-Japan Dispute
Burma Warns UK Not to Interfere With EU-Asia Forum
Sudan
Sudan Rejects Darfur Peacekeepers
UN Envoy Calls for Large Sudan Force
Islamist Scholar: Aid Forces Seek to 'Christianize' Darfur
Album to Raise Money for Darfur Refugees
 
RNC Follies
Judge Holds NYC in Contempt on Protester Arrests
Bush's National Security Team MIA at GOP Convention
A Father Gets Antiwar Message to the Floor
Protest Groups Empowered by Large Turnout
The War at Home
Halliburton Uncovers Bribe Talk
Kerry Wants Broader Effort by Bush on Sudan
'War on Terror'
Terror Threat Changed Since 9/11, Still Serious
'Secrets' Perplex Panel: Classified Data Growing to Include 'Comically Irrelevant'
Libya Agrees to Pay $35 Million to Berlin Bomb Victims
UK Terror Law Targeting Criticized
Israel/Palestine
Israel Seeks to Clarify Which Settlements Are Acceptable to US
Arafat, Old Guard Running Out of Time
Israeli Security Officials Concerned by Rise in Right-Wing Attacks
EU Aims for Mideast Peace Stalled by US Elections
Israel-Turkey Split Reverberates Throughout Region
Israeli Policy: Ethiopian Jewish Women Can Immigrate, but Must Leave Families Behind
Israeli Troops Kill Three in Gaza
Syria/Lebanon
Pro-Syrian Lebanese President's Term Extended
Security Council Demands That Foreign Troops Leave Lebanon
Egypt, EU: No Evidence Syria Involved in Israeli Suicide Bombings
Syria's Top Cleric Dies
Iran
US Pushes Iran Nuke Issue Toward Security Council
EU Opposes Iran Sanctions
Iranian Soldier Killed in Clashes With Kurdish Rebels
Horror in Russia
Hostage Standoff Ends in Tragedy as Russian Army Solution Fails Yet Again
Putin Shuts Crisis Region Borders
Putin's Silence on Crisis Underscores Chilling Trend
Parents of Russian Hostages Forced to Make 'Sophie's Choice'
For Russian Kids, Indelible Images of Mayhem
Amid Grief, Russia Hunts for Answers
Hostage Survivors Tell Story
A Crisis Ends, Another Looms
Women Martyrs for the Cause
Africa
S. African Is Charged With Making Nuclear Components for Libya
Suspect is 'Major' Nuke Black Marketeer
Restoring Gandhi's South African Legacy
Tutsis Boycott Burundi Cabinet
In Other News
Macedonia Primed to Explode
Argentina Bomb Suspects Acquitted
 
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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