Highlights
Hegemony or Survival?: Noam Chomsky & Tom Engelhardt
Putin, the Patriot: Justin Raimondo
Trading for Peace: Alan Bock
Time to Recognize State Terror: John Pilger
Growing Consensus Iraq Is Hopeless: Jim Lobe
 
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News
Updated Sept. 17, 2004 – 8:20 pm EDT
Bush Rejects Bleak Iraq Intel Report
New US Inspector: Iraq Had No WMD
Growing Consensus That Iraq Is Hopeless
Insurgents in Iraq More Powerful Than Ever
General: Iraq Is 'Far Graver Than Vietnam'
Car Bomb Kills 13 at Baghdad Police Checkpoint
US Continues Air Strikes on Fallujah, More Killed
US Says New Photos Show Iran Plans Nuclear Bomb
GOP Senators Rebuke Bush for Plan to Divert Iraq Funds
GIs Threatened: Re-Enlist or Face Deployment to Iraq
Viewpoints
Hostage in Iraq: Five Days in Hell
by Scott Taylor
Faster, Neocons! Kill! Kill!
by Martin Kelly
Why We're in Iraq, Why We Should Leave  by Harley Sorensen
Hegemony or Survival?
by Noam Chomsky & Tom Engelhardt
Time to Recognize State Terror
by John Pilger
No Choice in '04  by Andrew Greeley

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Frontline
$3.5 Billion More for War
Magazine and Reporter Subpoenaed Again on CIA  Leak
Judge Rebuffs Judith Miller in Plame Probe
US Says Diplomat Quit Post, Then Met Taiwan Agents
State Dept Shocked by Taiwan Spying Arrest
Marines on Fallujah: 'F***ed by the Higher-Ups'
US Occupation Shuffling Money Before Flushing It
US Soldiers Shoot First, No Questions Asked
New Charges Raise Questions on Abuse at Afghan Prisons
Kerry Says No Reason for War, Defends Voting for It
 
US Marines on the Outskirts of Fallujah Looking In
Not According to Plan
As Iraq Deteriorates, Alliance Loses Its Focus
Bush Failed to Plan for Postwar Iraq
Iraq Study Finds Desire for Arms, but Not Capacity
What's Behind US Strategy Shift in Iraq War
British Iraq War 'Hero' Says Few Plans Made for Peace
Violence Continues
US Claims Air Strike on Fallujah Kills 60 Insurgents
19 GIs Killed in Iraq This Week
Green Zone Is No Longer Secure
More Deaths in Iraq as Clashes Continue
Army Defends Baghdad Battle That Left 16 Dead
Harsh Words From Press After Baghdad Massacre
Iraqi Police Say Corpse of Foreigner Found
Oil Pipeline Ablaze in Iraq
Hostage Crises
Interview With Scott Taylor (audio)
Two Americans, Briton Kidnapped
Who Kidnapped the Italian Aid Workers?
Aussie Family Pleads for Hostage in Iraq
Britons Risking Kidnap and Death
Allawi
Iraqi President Finds Friends in Europe
Iraqi Voters Have Questions; Allawi Has No Answers
Allawi to Address Congress, UN as White House Defends Policy
Iraq Occupation
US Soldiers Battle Their Consciences
US to Divert $1.8 Billion From Iraq's Reconstruction to Train Police
Humvee Windows Divide Two Starkly Different Worlds
108 Released From Abu Ghraib
Berger's Firm to Aid Oil Interests in Iraq
Global Iraq Fallout
US Warns Philippines Not to Disobey Again
Iraq War Allies to Annan: You Work for Us!
US Slams Annan Iraq Comments
Japan to Request Clarification of WMD Remark
Japanese Trading Firms Urge Limits to Iraq Debt Relief
Afghanistan
Attempt on Karzai's Life Fails
Karzai Aborts Visit After Blast
Taliban Threatens All Afghan Presidential Candidates
Pakistan
Al-Qaeda Leaders Elusive Despite Pakistan Crackdown
Pakistani Militant Confesses to Shi'ite Attacks
Indonesia
Japan Constitution May Hinder Ties to Indonesia
Couple Quizzed Over Jakarta Embassy Bombing
Indonesian Editor Sentenced to Prison for Libel Conviction
Koreas
North Korea: No Nuclear Talks Without South Korea Probe
God Is Dead. Long Live Kim Il Sung
China & Her Neighbors
Beijing's Hong Kong Govt Holds Off on Strict Security Laws
China's Communist Party Chief Denounces Democracy
Frustrated Taiwan May Rethink UN Strategy
China's North Korean Nightmare
Asia
India, Bangladesh Begin Talks Over Rebels
Turkey Denies Systemic Torture
 
The War at Home
First Lady's Speech Interrupted by Dead Soldier's Mother, Who Is Later Arrested
MoveOn's Antiwar Ad Draws Ire of Bush Campaign
Edwards Promises No Draft if Kerry Elected
Kerry: Bush Living in 'Fantasy World of Spin'
A Small Town Supports the Troops, Doubts the War
NYC Council Leaders Demand Answers in Mass Arrests of Protesters
Former Defense Secretary Says US Got It Wrong in Iraq
Congressional Committee: Iraq Rebuilding Efforts 'Pitiful'
'War on Terror'
Two Men Indicted in Florida on Terror Charges
Accused Iraqi 'Sleeper Agent' Released
House to Appoint DC Anti-Terror Task Force
Airline Passengers Face More Security
Intelligence Proposals Gain in Congress
France's Treatment of Freed Gitmo Detainees Raises Civil Liberties Concerns
'Bomb Equipment' Smuggled Into UK Commons Despite Extra Security
Palestine/Israel
Hezbollah Active Among Palestinians
Israeli Chief of Staff: Military Preparing for Gaza Pullout
Egypt Nabs 8 Armed Palestinians Trying to Cross Into Gaza
Gunmen Kidnap, Release Top Gaza Official
West Bank Women Abort Bombing Mission
In Gaza, the Dead Bury the Dead
The Death and Disorientation of the Children of Gaza
Iran
US, EU Trio Agree on Tough Iran Nuke Resolution
Tell Truth on Nuclear Weapons, US Tells Iran
Russian/Chechen Terror
Chechen Rebel Claims Responsibility for Siege
Ex-Cop Accused of Planning Beslan Siege
Russia to Launch Second Probe Into Beslan Massacre
Russia Impeded Media in Beslan
Beslan Siege Stirs Muslim Condemnation
Putin Won't Negotiate With Chechens
Yeltsin on Putin's Power
Yeltsin Sounds Alarm on 'Rollback of Rights'
Yeltsin Defends Putin's Expansion of Power
Sudan
UN Reluctant to Push Sanctions for Sudan
Sudan FM: New UN Resolution 'Imbalanced and Unfair'
Thousands Refuse to Go to Sudan Govt Camp
Somalia
267 People in Kenya 'Democratically Elect' New Somali Government
Somali Militias Kill Each Other in Port City
Africa
Rights Group: Up to 500 Killed in Nigerian Port Clashes
Former Angola Rebels See Leaders Prosper
Paranoid Paradise: Equatorial Guinea Lives on Edge
US Engages Africa in Terror Fight
In Other News
Spanish Tank Sale Called Off, but Colombia-Venezuela Tension Remains
Nationalist Sentiment in Saxony Could Cost Schroeder in Elections
Talks Open on N. Ireland Governance
 
Contributors


9/17/2004
Putin, the Patriot


9/17/2004
Trading for Peace


9/16/2004
Withdraw From the Balkans!


9/15/2004
Understanding America's Terrorist Crisis: What Should Be Done?

Ivan Eland
9/14/2004
Have 1,000 American Souls Died for Oil?

Ran HaCohen
9/13/2004
Back to Indirect Occupation?

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

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

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

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