Highlights
More Bureaucracy, Less Security: Ivan Eland
Fact-Checking Bush's UN Address: Stephen Zunes
The President's Comedy Routine: Charley Reese
Forget the Draft – Focus on the War: Geov Parrish
Govt Should Heed, Not Silence, Dissenting Soldier: Karen Kwiatkowski
 
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News
Updated Sept. 28, 2004 – 10:10 pm EDT
US Military Says Insurgents Mostly Iraqis
Heady US Goals for Iraq Fall by Wayside
US: More Iraqi Police Needed as Attacks Continue
Terrorists Target Global Oil Industry
Sunni Boycott Could Sink Iraq Vote's Credibility
Saddam to Declare Candidacy for Iraqi Elections
White House Takes a Hit Over CIA Plan to Rig Iraq Election
Two British Soldiers Killed in Iraq Ambush
Looking for WMD? Eight Million Chemical Weapons on Earth
Viewpoints
Fact-Checking Bush's UN Address
by Stephen Zunes
When Will the War Reach the Op-Ed Pages?  by Greg Mitchell
Forget the Draft – Focus on the War
by Geov Parrish
The President's Comedy Routine
by Charley Reese
Russia Only Mimicking the US
by Jonathan Clarke
Bullets for Ballots  by Jacob Sullum

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Frontline
Oil Tops $50/Barrel
Reporters Put Under Scrutiny in CIA Leak
Iraqi Judge Drops Case Against Chalabi
Burned, Blinded, or Sparring With Death
US Soldiers Charged in Iraqi Death
US Soldiers Angry Over No-Hookers Plan
Canceled Leave Proves Deadly for Dad-to-Be
US Denies Meddling in Afghan Election
 
Sharon Wants Prison for Defiant Settlers
Iraqi Election
Sadr to Boycott Elections if US Stays
Iraqi Parties Born in Exile Turning Secular for Votes
Iraqis Devise Plan to Register Voters
Violence Continues
Taking on Sadr City in a Pickup Truck
Two US Soldiers Killed North of Baghdad
US Strikes Fallujah Three Times in One Day
Insurgents Kill Eight Iraqi National Guard, US Fallujah Strike Kills Five
US Jets Pound Sadr City
Four Iraqi Guardsmen Killed in Mosul Car Bomb
US Bombers Launch New Attacks on Iraqi Cities
Three Die in Fallujah Suicide Bombing
'The Bad Guys' in Iraq
War Blazed Imam's Path to Extremism
Zarqawi's Jordanian Roots
Saddam Expected to Be Executed
Hostage Crises
Italian Hostages Freed in Iraq
Two Egyptian Hostages Freed in Iraq
Brother of Baghdad Hostage Calls for Blair's Resignation
Arafat Joins Fight to Save UK Hostage in Iraq
Italian Muslim Leader Heads to Iraq to Plead for Hostages' Release
Kidnapped Iranian Diplomat Freed
Coping With War Fallout
Iraqis Wary as School Year Starts
Contaminants From Wars Threaten Iraqis
Truckers of Iraq's Pony Express Are Risking It All for a Paycheck
Global Iraq Fallout
$2 Bribe Gets You Into Iraq From Syria
French FM: US Pullout From Iraq Must Be on Summit Agenda
No French or German Turn on Iraq
Afghanistan
Warlords Call Shots in Afghan Election
Aid Workers Flee Afghanistan Before Vote
Afghans Are Fed Up With US Security Firm
Three US Soldiers Injured in Afghan Attack
Afghan Refugees' Bitter Homecoming
Making Afghanistan Safe for Burger King
Pakistan
Pakistan Braces for Backlash to al-Qaeda Suspect Killing
Musharraf Hails Killing of Suspect as a Blow to al-Qaeda
Pakistan's Dead Men Tell No Tales
Pakistan's Two-Pronged Terror Strategy
Musharraf Pledges Nuclear Non-Proliferation
South Waziristan Convoy Raid Kills Three Pakistani Troops
Kashmir
India-Pakistan Meeting Lifts Hopes of Kashmir Progress
Indian Troops Kill Two Kashmiris
Asia
North Korea: US Missile Defense a Threat
Human Rights Watch: Indonesian Soldiers Tortured Acehnese
Russia
Putin Sends Parliament a Bill to End Popular Election of Governors
Beslan Militants Phoned Middle East
Russia Ambushes, Kills Five Chechen Rebels Near Grozny
Americas
Looters Impede Aid to Haiti; UN Sending More Troops
Colombia Troops Kill 13 Rebel Fighters
UK Sold Canada Leaky Subs
Africa
Pentagon Linked to Equatoguinean Coup Plot

Burundi Army Kills 37 Rebels

 
The War at Home
Prewar Assessment on Iraq Saw Chance of Strong Divisions
New Campaign Ads Bring Iraq War Into Play
Key Bush Assertions About Iraq in Dispute
Cheney 'Pushes the Envelope' on al-Qaeda-Iraq Connection
Michigan Student Reps Oppose Military Draft
Halliburton Looks to Escape Iraq Albatross
'Homeland Security'
Man Arrested for Videotaping Buildings May Stand Trial
Bill Overhauling Intelligence Faces Uncertain Fate in Senate
Mexican Border Czar Seeks Open Border With US
Govt Makes Spy Images Inside US
Brooklyn Imam Convicted of Immigration Fraud
Was New Indictment Dictated by Strategy?
Sikh Group Finds Calling in Homeland Security
More Foreign Visitors to the US Will Be Fingerprinted
'War on Terror'
FBI Lagging on Translations of Terror Tapes
Al-Qaeda's Pakistan 'Kingpin' Killed
US General: Bin Laden Likely in Pakistan
Al-Qaeda's Uzbek Bodyguards
Russia, Israel Discuss Tighter Anti-Terror Cooperation
Israel Targets Syria, etc.
Israel Threatens Syria Over Militants
Israel Sets Its Sights on Enemies Abroad
Syrian Paper: Arab Security Services Helped Israel in Damascus Killing
When the Tactic Is Assassination
Palestine/Israel
Gaza Kidnappers Free CNN Producer
Death Toll Since Intifada Tops 4,300
Shin Bet: 1,017 Israelis Killed During Intifada, 70% Civilians
Even His Neighbors Threaten Organizer of Gaza Pullout
Israeli Troops Raid Hospital in Search for Militants
Gaza's Tragic Classroom Casualties
Seven Arabs Killed in Five Attacks, One by a West Bank Settler
Israeli Mayor Calls for Destruction of Gaza Town
Five Israeli Police Arrested for Abusing Palestinians at West Bank Checkpoint
Israeli Army Enters Jenin, Four Palestinians Killed
Five Israeli Police Arrested for Abusing Palestinians at West Bank Checkpoint
Syria
Is War on Syria Next?
Syrian FM: Sharon Trying to Mislead the World With Disengagement Plan
Syria, at UN, Says Israel Behind Iraq War
Middle East
Iran at Sea Over Azerbaijan
Saudi Police Arrest Militant After Chase
Handshake in the Dark
UK FM's Handshake With Mugabe Sparks Controversy
UK FM's Explanation for Mugabe Handshake: It Was Dark
Sudan
In Darfur, 'Janjaweed' Label Blames Arabs for All Attacks
Darfur Misery Has Complex Roots
Rwandan Soldiers Relive the Past in Darfur
In Other News
UN Partisans Claim War Deaths Are Declining
Polish-German Talks Overshadowed by Reparations Dispute
Bulgaria Enlarges Its Airspace as Balkan Militaries Expand
Armenia: Complementarity vs. Dependency
 
Contributors


9/27/2004
Blowhards, Left and Right


9/28/2004
More Bureaucracy, Less National Security


9/27/2004
Whose Fault Is It?


9/24/2004
A Debate at Last?

Nebojsa Malic
9/23/2004
Imperial Balkans

Sascha Matuszak
9/22/2004
Nonviolent Chauvinism

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

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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