Highlights
Allawi, the Cheerleader: Justin Raimondo
A Debate at Last?: Alan Bock
The Terror That Is Baghdad: Richard Beeston
Torture Rampant in Iraq: Lisa Ashkenaz Croke
An Alien Ideology: Karen Kwiatkowski
 
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News
Updated Sept. 24, 2004 – 11:50 pm EDT
Rumsfeld: Iraq Elections May Be Limited
Gen. Abizaid: More US Troops Needed in Iraq
Allawi Vows Elections Will Be on Schedule
This Month One of Deadliest for US Troops
Six Egyptians Kidnapped in Baghdad
National Guard Won't Meet Recruiting Goal
Torture and Rape Rampant in Iraq Prisons
US, Iraq at Odds Over Release of Female Prisoners
Viewpoints
Neoconservatism: An Alien Ideology
Interview with Karen Kwiatkowski
Bipartisan Agreement on No-Exit Strategy  by Nick Gillespie
Creating Needless Bad Blood
by Gene Healy
Iraq Is Hell  by Phillip Robertson
Allawi Barking Up the Wrong Tree to Fix Iraq  by Ehsan Ahrari
GOP Senators Tell Unpleasant Truths  by Joe Conason

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Frontline
Allawi Speech to Congress
NZ Troops Leaving Iraq
Guerrilla Strongholds in Iraq
Parallel Worlds
Kerry Request for Foreign Troops Likely to Be Spurned
US Military Drops Charges, as Gitmo Spy Cases Collapse
Judith Miller Willing to Do Time in Plame Case?
Turkey: One Step Forward, Two Back
Pentagon to Close 35 Percent of Overseas Bases, Open Smaller Ones
How Britain Ruined Palestine
PATRIOT Act II: Back From the Dead
 
Allawi Insists Iraq Is 'Succeeding'
A Mess
Frustrated US Forces Fail to Win Hearts and Minds
Many Setbacks on the Road to an Effective Iraqi Force
Hepatitis Spreads to Two Iraqi Districts
Hostage Crises
US Sabotaged Release of UK Hostage, Accuses Brother
Allies Left in Disarray Over Iraq Hostages
UK Hostage's Wife Pleads for His Release
UK Hostage's Mother Hospitalized
Iraqi Helped Canadian Hostage Escape
Blair Silent for Fear of Provoking Captors
British Firm Despite Hostage's Plea
Militant Group Says French Journalists to Be Freed
Violence Continues
Clerics: Zarqawi Mentor Killed in US Air Strike
US Warplanes Attack Insurgents in Sadr City
US Airstrike on Sadr City Wounds Children
Bombs Have Killed Most US Troops in Iraq
Car Bomb Explodes in Baghdad
Roadside Bomb Wounds Three US Soldiers in Sadr City
Gunmen Kill Oil Official in Northern Iraq, Saboteurs Blow Up Oil Well
Iraqi Politics
Ex-Official Says Iraq Wants a Show Trial for Hussein
Hezbollah Condemns Allawi's Handshake With Israeli FM
Iraqi FM: Election Will Cut Violence
Global Iraq Fallout
Syria to Help US, Iraq Secure Border
One Million Web Users Click to See Beheading
France Pours Cold Water on Bush's Sunny Vision of Iraq
British Diplomat Ducks Bush-Bashing Gaffe
Opposition Leader Urges UK to Kick Blair Out of Office Over Iraq
Afghanistan
US Hand Seen in Afghan Election
The Mysterious Case of Jack Idema
Afghanistan: Back to Warlords and Opium
Three Militants Killed in Afghan Battle
Pakistan/India/Kashmir
India PM: Peace Talks With Pakistan Will Be Finished
Indian Troops Kill Four on Kashmir Border
Indian Maoists Invited for Talks
Powell: Pakistan Doing Everything It Can Against al-Qaeda
Pakistan PM: Opposition Will Be Briefed About Wana Situation
Koreas
Powell: North Korea May Be Planning a Missile Launch
Prospect of North Korean Missile Launch 'Alarming' to Seoul
Tensions Rise as North Korea Steps Up Rhetoric
Seoul Plays Moscow Card With North Korea
China & Her Neighbors
Chinese Change of Guard Just Political Window Dressing?
China Paves Way for Possible Return of Dalai Lama
Taiwan Slams Australia Over 'Favoritism' to China
Indonesia
Indonesian President Won't Concede Defeat
Police Say Jakarta Bomb Data Was 'Decoy'
Asia
Report: Islamists in Southern Philippines Hosted Training Camps
Tamil Tigers Kill Rival Rebel
South America
UN: Brazil Nuclear Talks Not Over Yet
Venezuela to Buy Russian Helicopters to Fight Guerrillas
 
Allawi's PR Tour
Allawi Visit Gives Bush Electoral Boost
Ayad Allawi's Swagger
Allawi: US Sacrifices in Iraq Won't Be in Vain
Kerry: Allawi's Take on Iraq Unrealistic
UK Cabinet Office: Allawi Seen as 'Western Stooge'
The War at Home
Former CIA Agent Says Bush to Blame for 9/11
Bush Protesters Headed for Trial
GOP Tying Kerry to Terror
Bush Surprises Departing Troops With Himself
'Homeland Security'
House Preparing New Intel Reform Bill
US Urges Tightening No-Fly List Rules
Cat Stevens Considering Legal Action Against US Ban
UK Foreign Secretary Protests US Treatment of Cat Stevens
Probe Uncovers 'Horrendous' Security Lapses at US Airports
Govt Airport Screeners Miss an Arsenal of Explosives and Weapons
'War on Terror'
US Expert: Nuclear Terror Attack Possible
9/11 Terrorist Had Aussie, US Visas
US Tries to Penetrate al-Qaeda's 'Cyber Sanctuaries'
Crude Explosive Found on Australian Plane
Moscow Flight Delayed Until Egyptian Women Are Thrown Off
Netherlands Terror Laws Raise Concerns
Israel/Palestine
Three Israeli Soldiers, Two Palestinians Die in Gaza Raid
Israel Agrees to International Inspections of Nuclear Monitoring Stations
Israeli Security Officials on High Alert for Yom Kippur
Arab Israeli Woman Gets Eight Years for Not Reporting Bombing Plan
Israeli Envoy Objects to Norwegian Artwork
A New Sisterhood of Suicide Bombers
Iran
Israeli FM: Iran Has Replaced Saddam in 'Terror'
Iran Warns Israel Against Attack
Iran: Talks Only Way to Resolve Nuclear Standoff
Iran Invites the World to Its Nuclear Party
Nevada Company Pleads Guilty to Illegally Selling Pumps to Iran
Iran Conservatives Tighten Grip on Foreign Business
Middle East
Egyptians Wonder if Mubarak Dynasty Is Near
Italy Thanks Syria for Fighting Terror
Russia & Her Neighbors
UK Backs Russian Move Against Refugee 'Terrorists'
Russia's Regional Rulers Woo Putin as Elections Are Scrapped
Russian Helicopter Fires on Taiwanese Fishing Boat
Russia Braces For Tough New Terror Laws
Poll: Putin's Popularity at Four-Year Low
Chechen Warlord's Aide Sentenced in Raid
Rebel Suspect May Have Collected Foreign Funds
Ukraine's Defense Minister Quits
Sudan
Sudan's Other Humanitarian Crisis
Nigerian President: Troops Ready to Help Sudan
Africa
US Marines Train Niger Counter-Terror Force
Somali 'Governments' Clash Over Border
UN Hands Capital Back Over to Sierra Leone Forces
Burundi, Liberia Join War Crimes Court
 
Contributors


9/24/2004
Allawi, the Cheerleader


9/24/2004
A Debate at Last?


9/23/2004
Imperial Balkans


9/22/2004
Nonviolent Chauvinism

Ivan Eland
9/21/2004
So Far, You Can Fool Most of the People Most of the Time

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

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

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

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

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