Highlights
Russia: A Sign of What's to Come?: Ivan Eland
National ID Threatens Liberty: Rep. Ron Paul
The New Era of Big Govt: Bob Barr
Dual Loyalties, Dueling Interests: Kathleen & Bill Christison
Glimpse at the Future Hyperstate: Steven Greenhut
 
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News
Updated Sept. 7, 2004 – 10:30 pm EDT
US Troop Toll in Iraq Passes 1,000
US May Exclude Iraqi Hotspots From Voting
Report: Civil War Most Likely Outcome in Iraq
Bush Wants $3.3 Billion More for Iraq Security
New Iraqi PM Is a Longtime Source for CIA, MI6
Israeli Military Attache Met With Alleged Pentagon Mole
Number of Foreigners Taken Hostage in Iraq Tops 100
Kerry Wants US Troops to Pull Out of Iraq in 4 Years
Calif. Cities Used Homeland Sec. Funds to Pay Police for Antiwar Protests
Viewpoints
National ID Threatens Liberty
by Rep. Ron Paul
Victory in Afghanistan Greatly Exaggerated  by Marc W. Herold
RNC: A Glimpse at the Future Hyperstate  by Steven Greenhut
The New Era of Big Govt  by Bob Barr
Nuance Creeps Into 'War on Terror'
by Shaun Waterman
The Mind-Boggling Lord Black
by Stephen Glover

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Frontline
Retiring WV Reserve Chief Denounces Iraq War
Poll: 32% of US Young People Wouldn't Serve if Draft Were Reinstated
One by One, Iraqi Cities Become No-Go Zones
Shi'ite Support Eludes New Iraqi Govt
Richard Perle Turns on Conrad Black
Experts: Capturing Osama Won't End al-Qaeda Threat
Israel: Hamas Leaders Have Left Damascus
 
Seven US Marines Killed in Fallujah Car Bombing
Iraqi Politics & Posturing
Sadr's Group Says Sunni Extremists a Threat
Najaf Protesters Want Sadr Out
Iraqi Troops Pull Back From Sadr's Najaf Office
Arab League Slams 'Political Arrests' in Iraq
Iraqi Oil Ministry Steps Up Security Plans
Violence Continues
Seven US Marines Killed in Fallujah
20 Civilians Killed in Attacks Across Iraq
Iraq: A Real Crossfire for Journalists
US Tanks Pound Fallujah
US Drone Crashes in Fallujah
Armed Men Beat Iran TV Crew in Iraq, Take Cameras
Militants Beat, Release Iraqi AFP Reporter
Hostage Crises
Iraqi Kidnappers Set New Demands
Kidnappers Free Turkish Hostage After Employers Agree to Pull Out of Iraq
France Hopes Iraq Stance Helps Hostages
The New Iraq
Iraqi-Americans Return to Rebuild Their Homeland
Beheading Video Tops Charts in Baghdad
Global Iraq Fallout
Armenia to Send 50 Troops to Iraq
160 Italian Troops Head for Nassiriyah
US Wants Bulgarian Unit to Stay in Karbala
24 Filipino Workers Flew to Iraq Despite Ban
Afghanistan
Refugee Vote May Spell End for Karzai
Renegade Afghan Commander to Face Charges
Report: Insecurity and Intimidation Put Afghan Elections at Risk
Ethnic Tensions Evident in New Afghan Fighting
Pakistan/India/Kashmir
Gandhi's Ideals, Hindu Fundamentalism Still at Odds
Kashmir Separatists Feel Left Out in India-Pakistan Talks
India and Pakistan Warm to Detente
India, Pakistan End Peace Talks After Little Progress
Pakistan, India Extend Ceasefire
South Korea
South Korea: Nuclear Testing Was to Satisfy Academic Curiosity
South Korean Baseball League Faces Draft-Dodging Crisis
China
Beijing Pledges Full Media Freedom, Arrests Guardian Reporter for Covering Tibet Protest
China Ex-President May Be Set to Yield Last Powerful Post
Asia
Fighting Breaks Out in Court as Judges Back Bashir Arrest
US Urges Action Against Bangladesh Terror
Russia & Terrorism
Al-Qaeda Among the Chechens
Russian Terror Suspect 'Begs for Mercy'
Hostage-Takers in Russia Argued Before Explosion
Russian FM Welcomes Israeli Help in Terror War
Putin's Censorship Turns Russia Into a 'Political Desert'
UK FM: No International Role in Chechnya
Terrorism Taking Toll on Putin
Russia 'Helpless' Against Terror
Anger Mounts as Russia Mourns
Russian Editor Steps Down Over Critical Coverage of Hostage Standoff
Russia: Attackers May Have Been Arab
Grief in Russia Mixes With Harsh Words for Government
Grief as Beslan 'Martyrs' Laid to Rest
Grief Turns to Anger and Blame
 
The War at Home
A Final Tour of Duty
Sen. Graham: Top US General Decried Iraq Focus
Bush and Kerry Clash Over Iraq and a Timetable
Endless Anguish for Family of Slain Soldier
US Muslims Push Voter Turnout
Missile Defense May Tie US to Iraq and Afghanistan
US Navy Plans to Buy Fewer Ships
'Homeland Security'
Ashcroft's Sleeper Cell Search Lacks Results
Defying Terror, New WTC Tower Wrapped in Glass
Learning from 9/11, Secret US Watch Post Overhauled
9/11 Proposals Lead the Agenda Facing Congress
'War on Terror'
Pakistan Downplays US bin Laden Report
Australian Govt Accused of Politicizing Gitmo Tribunals
Israeli Satellites
Israel Loses Satellite Meant to Spy on Iran
Botched Israeli Spy Satellite Launch Cost $100 Million
Israeli Satellite Failure Could Heighten Tensions With Iran
Israel Mulls Using Satellite to Document Settlement Borders
Palestine/Israel
Settlers Prevent Security Forces From Evacuating West Bank Outpost
Israeli Attacks on Hamas Could Lead to al-Qaeda Influence in Palestine
Israeli Strike on 'Hamas Complex' Kills 14
Israel DM: Goal to 'Remove' Arafat, Kill Hamas Leaders in Syria
Israeli Court to Consider Overturning Ban on Leasing Land to Arabs
Palestinians May Boycott Donor Conference
Israel Jails Jewish Woman for Personal Contact With Militant
Israeli Settlement's Little Soldiers
Arafat Ends Feud With UN Envoy
Israel Seeks Funds for Separate Arab Roads
Israel Plans to Grab Less West Bank Land for Fence
Israeli Trials a Boon to Islamic Fundamentalists
Israel to Release 150 Palestinians to Ease Prison Overcrowding
Egyptian Officials Arrive in West Bank for Israeli Withdrawal Talks
Iran
Turning the Heat on Tehran
Iran Ready for Nuclear Surveillance
Iran: US Should Talk, Not Threaten
Middle East
Syria Increases International Alienation With Lebanon Interference
Lebanon Ministers Resign Over Presidential Term Extension
Jordan Expects Escalation of US-Syria Tensions
Terrorism, Trade Top Pakistan PM's Saudi Visit Agenda
Kuwaiti Fundamentalists Recruiting Teens
Sudan
Darfur Talks Deadlocked
Hunting for Food With Sudan's Ragtag Rebels
UN Envoy: Not Yet Time for Sanctions Against Sudan
Sudan Does Not Hide Its Atrocities
Africa
Militia Advances on Somali Port
Politicians Wage Geopolitical War in Central Nigeria
US Oil Companies in Equatorial Guinea Investigated
Equatorial Guinea to Question Thatcher
In Other News
Chilean Dictatorship's Victims Go After Pinochet's Lawyer
China Will Send Troops to Haiti
Turkey Takes a Step Closer to EU
Turkish Ban on Adultery Could Threaten EU Talks
Australia's Defense Dilemma
 
Contributors


9/06/2004
The Imperial Personality


9/07/2004
Chechen Attacks on Russia: A Harbinger for the United States?


9/03/2004
Misunderstanding Terrorism


9/02/2004
The Hague Showdown

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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