Highlights
While You Weren't Looking : Justin Raimondo
Back to Indirect Occupation?: Ran HaCohen
Bin Laden's Vision Becoming Reality: Juan Cole
S. Korea Rains on Bolton's Parade: Gordon Prather
A Peace Bloodier Than War: Patrick J. Buchanan
 
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News
Updated Sept. 13, 2004 – 10:10 pm EDT
Confusion and Division Over Iran
US Won't Retake Larger Cities Until After Nov. 2
Key General Criticizes US Attack on Fallujah
As More Americans Die, Insurgents Get Stronger
US Planes Hit Fallujah, Kill 20
Powell Talks Draft: All Should Be 'Equally Liable' for War
1,000 Iraqis Killed in 3 Weeks of US-Shi'ite Clashes in Najaf
TV Reporter Killed by US Troops During Live Broadcast
Viewpoints
Bin Laden's Vision Becoming Reality  by Juan Cole

South Korea Rains on Bolton's Parade  by Gordon Prather

AIPAC's Power, or America's Cowardice?  by Charley Reese
A Peace Bloodier Than War
by Patrick J. Buchanan
If Only Bush Would Flip-Flop
by Lew Rockwell
Time to Withdraw From Iraq
The Financial Times

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Frontline
Excerpt From Sy Hersh's Chain of Command
US Fears North Korea Is Planning Atomic Test
North Korea: Demolition Caused Cloud
Powell: No Link Between Saddam, 9/11
Fallujah Brigade Disbanded After Joining the Resistance
Bush, Media Hiding Iraq Casualties
110 Civilians Killed on Violent Sunday in Iraq
Retired Generals Compare Iraq Fight to Vietnam War
A Republican Jumps Ship Over War
 
US Fires Rockets at Civilians Gathering Around Destroyed Bradley Fighting Vehicle, Killing 13
Violence Escalates
Three Polish Soldiers Killed in Iraq
Witnesses: US Apache Fired on Unarmed Baghdad Crowd
Senior Iraqi Official Killed in Bomb Attack
Blasts in Central Baghdad After a Day of Clashes
Militant Bombs Rock Baghdad's Government Quarter
Iraqi Civilians Caught in Raging Battles
Car Bomb Explodes Near Abu Ghraib
Islamic Fighters Tighten Control of Fallujah
Terror Group Claims Role in Iraq Blasts
Hostage Crises
Group Threatens to Kill Hostages if Italy Doesn't Pull Out of Iraq
French Use Behind-the-Scenes Diplomacy in Iraq
Iraq Occupation
US-Run Coalition Building Forts Around Iraq Borders
US Troops Face Acute Dangers in Iraq Guerrilla War
Political Pronouncements
Allawi: Elections Must Go Ahead
Powell: US Will Quash Iraq Insurgency
Zarqawi Issues New Threat to Allawi
The New Iraq
In Iraq, Many Have Doubts About Interim Legislature
For Now, Merchants Cast Lot With a New Iraq
Iraq Power Grid Shows US Flaws
Baghdad Reality Show: Let's Rebuild Your House
Global Iraq Fallout
Spain Urges Nations to Leave Iraq
UK Army Chief Condemns Plan to Cut Regiments in Iraq
Australian Minister: Role in Iraq Made Us a Terror Target
France Softens Stance Against US
Pakistan Still Undecided Over Sending Troops to Iraq
Afghanistan
US Troops Kill Sacked Afghan Warlord's Supporters in Protest
Curfew in Herat After Clashes With Protesters
Pakistanis Who Aided Taliban Freed From Afghan Jail
Afghan Rebels Plan to Disrupt Elections
Kashmir
Kashmir Sikhs Protest French Turban Ban
Five Killed in Attack of Kashmir Camp
Indonesia & Australia
Jakarta Blast Dominates Aussie Campaign
10th Jakarta Victim Could Be Suicide Bomber
Bombings Bring Indonesia, Australia Together
Australia Considers Moving Jakarta Embassy
Asia
Hong Kong Elections a Blow to Democratic Forces
30,000 Okinawans Demand US Base Closure
Nepal Maoists Stage Jail Break
Ten Killed in Pakistan Attack
Americas
Venezuela Objects to US Sanctions
Violent Clashes in Chile on Anniversary of Coup
 
9/11 and 'Intelligence'
9/11 Attack Evidence Stored for 'Future Prosecution'
9/11 Continues to Weigh Down US Economy
New Chief for CIA, With Strings Attached
On the Eve of Confirmation Hearings, Questions Persist About Bush's CIA Choice
CIA Nominee Faces Uncertain Future
The War at Home
Pols Grab Pork in Name of Homeland Security
Secret Service Take Out Hecklers for the President
NYT Apologizes Over al-Qaeda Gaffe
Kerry Says Bush Has Ignored North Korean Threat
Pentagon Seeks Ideas to Fight Urban Wars
'War on Terror'
Judge Delays Decision on Releasing Alleged 'Iraqi Spy'
Six Months After Madrid Bombing, Spain Remains Vulnerable
Israel/Palestine
Sharon Warns Criticism Could Lead to Civil War
Right-Wing Israelis Protest Withdrawal Plan
New Israeli Party Urges Non-Jews' Expulsion
Six Egyptian Students Charged With Planning Terrorist Attack in Israel
Israel to Reexamine Section of Wall
Land-Locked Palestinian Naval Police Have Little to Do
Iran
US, Europe Draw Closer to Agreement on Iran Nuclear Deadline
Iran Defends Nuclear Program
US Envoy Warns of Sanctions Against Iran
Iran Rejects EU Call to Abandon Uranium Project
Middle East
Syria, Lebanon Reject Foreign Criticism of Ties
Three Saudi Security Guards Beheaded
Egypt Seeks Permanent Seat on UN Security Council
Al-Jazeera Plans English Channel
Russia & Her Neighbors
Russia: Chechen Rebels Split Over Beslan
Mixed Signals Are Confusing Russia-US Ties
Did Kremlin Miss Opportunity to Resolve Crisis?
Chechnya a Maddening Trap for Putin
Russian DM: We Will Revamp Security, Seek International Cooperation
The Scenes at Beslan Weren't So Unfamiliar
Africa
Sudan Rebuffs US 'Genocide' Call
Congo Sends More Troops Against Rebels
Zimbabwe Sentences Merc Leader to Seven Years
Europe
Greek Air Force Chief Fired Over Death of Patriarch
Turks Wait Anxiously at Gates of Europe
Poland: Issue of WW2 Reparations Closed
 
Contributors


9/13/2004
While You Weren't Looking …


9/13/2004
Back to Indirect Occupation?


9/11/2004
Deconstructing the Neocons


9/09/2004
The War God’s Own

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

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

Sascha Matuszak
8/07/2004
Sino-Japanese Grudge Match

Matthew Barganier
6/23/2004
The Honest Case for War

Joseph Stromberg
5/12/2004
Inventing Iraq Yet Again?

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