Highlights
Indian Country: Jim Lobe
A Draft After the Elections?: Murray Polner
Destroying the National Guard: William S. Lind
Iraq Elections a Disaster in the Making: Juan Cole
Iran's Golden Offer: Gordon Prather
 
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News
Updated Sept. 25, 2004 – 11:20 pm EDT
Rebel Hold Expands Despite Strikes
US Troops Stop Honoring Iraq 'No-Go' Deals
Rumsfeld: US Could Begin Troop Pullout Before War Ends
More Iraqi Civilians Killed by US Forces Than by Insurgents
US Warplanes Hit Fallujah, Deaths of 5 GIs Announced
Pentagon Documents Conflict With Bush Claims on Iraq
Official Contradicts Rumsfeld: Iraq Elections Open to All
Allawi Setting the Stage for 'Some Sort' of Vote
US, Allawi at Odds Over Saddam Trial
More Navy SEALs Face Charges, but Still Not Homicide
Viewpoints
Human Dignity, Crazy Mike, and Indian Country  by Jim Lobe
Destroying the National Guard
by William S. Lind
Iraq Elections a Disaster in the Making  by Juan Cole
A Draft After the Elections?
by Murray Polner
Rigging the Iraqi Elections
by Jude Wanniski
Iran's Golden Offer  by Gordon Prather

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Frontline
US Destroyers Deploying Off North Korea
Panel Calls US Troop Size Insufficient for Demands
This Month One of Deadliest for US Troops
Bush Wants Parley on Iraqi Election
An Inventory of Iraqi Resistance Groups
Sadr's Aide Warns of Possible Uprising
After Giving Boost to Bush, Allawi Heads to UN
Iraqi Govt Critical of UN
Official: US Haunted by Early Occupation Failures
Military Draft Returns to Presidential Debate
 
Tribal Leader: 'Vote Karzai Or We'll Burn Your House Down'; Karzai Spokesmen Refuses to Condemn
Hostage Crises
Iraq Held Hostage by Terror
Senior UK Muslims Fly to Baghdad to Plead for Hostage
UK Doing All It Can to Secure Hostage's Release... Except Negotiating
UK Foreign Office Releases Leaflets Pleading for Hostage
French TV Networks Pull Out of Baghdad Over Kidnapping Fears
Six Egyptians Kidnapped in Baghdad
An Iraq Kidnapping Victim's Story
Kidnappers No Longer Play by Old Rules
Beheadings: After Effects and Historical Perspective
Violence Continues
Iraq Violence Eclipses Rosy Declarations
US Still Shelling Fallujah
Rocket Attack in Baghdad Kills 4 Iraqis and Wounds 14
Mortars Explode Near Italian Embassy in Iraq
Doubting the Rosy Picture
Allawi Safety Claims 'Out of Touch With Reality' Say Iraqis
Many Iraqis Don't Share Allawi's Upbeat View
Iraq Occupation
Five UK Soldiers May Face Trial Over Killing of Sargeant
US Strains to Get Useful Intelligence
Kay, Blix Question Scientists' Detention
UN Resists Coalition Plea for Election Help in Iraq
Black Clouds Loom Over British Troops in Basra
Battle of Britain
Blair Faces Backlash Over Iraq
Blair Intends to Serve Another Full Term as PM
Blair Attacked Over Hostage Issue
Afghanistan
Karzai Scrambles for 'Friends'
US Forces Kill Five in Afghan Attack
Afghans Hold on to Their Guns
India/Kashmir/Pakistan
India, Pakistan Leaders Seek Kashmir Settlement
Top Indian Nuke Scientist Dies
Pakistan Pressure 'Forces Militants to Leave'
20 Killed in S. Waziristan Clashes
Koreas
North Korea Issues Threat to Japan
Japan Suspects North Korea Missile Moves Were Only an Exercise
Concern Over North Korean Missile Test
UN Calls on North Korea to Scrap Atomic Arsenal
US: North Korea Should Copy South's Work With UN
South Korea: Company Sold Cyanide to North Korea
China & Her Neighbors
In Own 'War on Terrorism,' China Leans Brutally on Muslim Uighur Minority
Taiwan Trying to Shore Up Public Support for US Weapons Deal
US Imposes Sanctions on Chinese Arms Group
Indonesia
New Terror Charges for Cleric
Indonesian Judge Assures Australia on Bombers
Philippines
Philippines President Rules Out Pardon for Rebels
Hope for Peace in Philippines
Asia
Sri Lankans Fear Ceasefire's End
US Agrees to Reduce Troops in Okinawa
Vietnam Still Lives With Effects of Agent Orange
Nepal Maoists Reject Talks
47 More Stand Trial in Uzbek Terror Hearings
Europe
Ukraine PM Recovering in Hospital After Devastating Egg Attack
Germany Battles for UN Seat
Croatian Police Arrest War Crimes Suspect
 
The War at Home
Bush Slams Kerry for Questioning Allawi
Kerry: Iraq a Diversion in War on Terror
Libertarian Party Candidate Blasts Kerry and Bush for Pro-War Stance on Iraq
CBS Source May Sue Network
Press Begins to Challenge Bush's Veracity on Iraq
Army's War Game Recruits Kids
Three Kings Director's Antiwar Documentary Gets Distributor
'Homeland Security'
House Intel Plan Differs From Senate's
Powell Defends Barring of Cat Stevens
Army Tests Homeland Security Blimp
'Virginia Jihad' Scholar Indicted
Washington Metro Prepares Riders for Terrorist Attack
'War on Terror'
Thousands Jailed, Few Convicted in US Terror War
'Osama's Accountant' Boycotts Gitmo Hearing
Air Force Translator 'Did a Dumb Thing,' Isn't a Spy
Libya to Stay on US Terror List
Internet Emerges as Potent Terrorist Tool
Israel/Palestine
How Close Was the Mideast to Nuclear War?
UN Atomic Agency Calls for Nuclear-Free Middle East
UN Report: Israel Built Fence to Seize Palestinian Land
Court Rules Against Israeli DM: Palestinian Grove Next to His Home Must Not Be Touched
Palestinian Mortar Kills Israeli-American Woman in Gaza
Anglican Church Group Calls for Israel Boycott
Israel on High Alert for Yom Kippur
Vanunu Blasts US Policy on Nuclear Proliferation
Iran
EU Ready for Tougher Action on Iran Nukes
Putin Urges Iran to Yield to UN Nuke Demands
Middle East
Syria's Ba'athists Besieged From Within
Egypt's Ruling Party Cool on Political Reform
Mideast Democracy Activists Ask G-8 Nations to Back Reform
Israel Violates Lebanon's Airspace for Third Straight Day
Russia & Her Neighbors
Chechen Rebel Chief Warns Beslan Siege Mastermind Will Be Put on Trial
Report: Beslan Mastermind Had Accomplices in Ingush Interior Ministry
Russia to Propose Expanding UN List of Terrorist Groups
South Ossetia, Abkhazia Reject Georgian Peace Plan
Gorbachev Calls for Terror Talks
Putin Vows to Maintain Democracy
Sudan
UN Refugee Chief Backs Darfur Autonomy
Darfur Rebels Attack New Areas
Darfur's Refugees Face Years in Camps
Sudan: UN Sanctions Counterproductive to Darfur Security
Africa
Nigerian Police Kill 27 'Taliban'
Zimbabwean Coup Plot Leaves Poor Soldiers Holding the Bag
Can Children Bring Peace to Ivory Coast?
Americas
Cuba Seeks Support to End US Embargo
With Focus on Iran, Brazil Gets No Favors
Books
Seymour Hersh's Chain of Command
Chain of Command Has Its Strengths and Weaknesses
Review: Reading Between the Lines
 
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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