Highlights
The War Party's Worst Week: Justin Raimondo
Kerry Caught in the Big Lie: Paul Craig Roberts
Homage to Truthtellers: Gordon Prather
Mendacity Without End: Charley Reese
Indymedia's Internet Servers Seized: Stefania Milan
 
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News
Updated Oct. 11, 2004 – 8:50 pm EDT
Violence Greets Rumsfeld in Iraq
Few Sadr Followers Actually Turning in Weapons
Iraq's Green Zone Turns Redder by the Day
Some Afghan Candidates Back Off Fraud Claims
GOP Hopeful Coors Voices Iraq Doubts
Three US Soldiers Killed in Iraq Rocket Attack, Car Bomb
Suicides Have Air Force Officials on Edge
Viewpoints
Michael Ledeen's Adventures in History  by Jeet Heer & Dave Wagner
Duelfer Report an Homage to Truthtellers  by Gordon Prather
Uncle Sam Will Soon Want Your Kids  by David H. Hackworth
Kerry Caught in the Big Lie
by Paul Craig Roberts
Mendacity Without End
by Charley Reese
America Could Have Saved Bigley
by Charles Glass

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Frontline
FBI Seizes Indymedia's Internet Servers
Truth Stranger Than Strangelove
Revolution in Iran: Where Have We Heard This Before?
Iraq Militants Reportedly Behead Turkish Contractor
Baghdad in Despair
US Deserters Find Mixed Reception in Canada
After 3-Year US Detention, Hamdi Back in Saudi Arabia
 
Kerry Says He Would Sideline Arafat
Today in Iraq
Sadr Militia Given Five Days to Turn Over Arms
Saddam Had No WMD, but Insurgents Now Trying to Get Their Own
Rumsfeld: Troop Reduction Not Likely Before Iraqi Vote
Iraqis Fearing a Sunni Boycott of the Election
Group Frees 10 Turks After Company Quits Iraq
Rumsfeld: US Locked in Test of Wills in Iraq
Violence Continues
In Iraq, Car Bombs Seen as Growing Threat
Cheating Death in Iraq
Iraqi Groups Offer Rewards for Kidnapping Korean Soldiers, Nationals
Beheadings Now Routine for Iraqi Pathologist
US Marine Killed in Western Iraq
Ken Bigley, RIP
Video Shows Bigley Making Final Plea to Blair
Ken Bigley's Three Weeks in Hell
The New Iraq
Get Me Rewrite. Now. Bullets Are Flying
Iraqis Want a Bigger Role in Rebuilding Projects
Battle of Britain
Blix: Blair 'Clinging to Straws' to Justify War
Leaked UK Memo: Those Who Worked on Flawed Iraq Weapons Report Could Get Awards
Anger Over Blair's Plan for 'Iraq Honors List'
Global Iraq Fallout
Howard's Double Victory Sends Cheer to Bush and Blair
Iraqi Kurdish Leader to Visit Turkey
Polish DM Visits Troops in Iraq
Afghanistan
Panel to Probe Fraud Claims in Afghan Vote
Karzai Set for Victory
Violence Weighed in Settling Afghan Vote Dispute
Faulty Ink Undermines Election
Observers: Afghan Elections 'Fairly Democratic'
Staying Calm and Collective
Rice: Afghan Elections 'Likely Fair'
Pakistan
Leading Sunni Cleric Killed in Karachi
Blast at Shi'ite Mosque Kills Four
Kidnappers Set Terms for Release of Chinese Engineers
Pakistan Against UN Security Council Expansion
China & Her Neighbors
Taiwan Launches New Wave of Detente With China
China's Patriotic Propaganda Ad Annoys Hong Kong
Europe
Farce and Drama Mix in Fierce Ukraine Election Race
German Right Parties to Unite
Suspect in Srebrenica Massacre Arrested
 
Feeling a Draft?
Draft Vote Fails to Quell Rumors
Rumor of a Draft Touches a Nerve
Best Resource for GI Conscientious Objectors
Libertarian Party Candidate: Don't Trust Congress on Draft Next Year
The War at Home
War Reports Put Bush on Defensive
US Firms Received Oil-for-Food Vouchers
A Mother’s Plea for Peace
A Son's Fallen Soldier
Today's Army
Not Shown in Base Theaters, Fahrenheit 9/11 Arrives on DVD
Texas Fort Gets $19.4 Million for Missile Defense and Upgrades
Boeing Loses Out on Air Force Tanker Deal
'War on Terror'
Commanders Play Down Hope of Capturing Bin Laden
Mathematicians: Anyone Who Has Enough Connections With a Terrorist Probably Is One
Russia Reverts to Soviet-Style Tactics in War on Terror
Terror in Egypt
Egypt: Tribesman Admits to Explosives Sale
Israeli Security: Egypt Has No Leads in Sinai Bombings Probe
Egypt May Send Troops Into Demilitarized Zone
Goodbye, Sinai
Israelis Complete Search Mission in Sinai
Israel/Palestine
Settlers Arrested for Attacking Palestinians, Burning Grove
Israeli Missile Strike Kills Civilian
Israeli Reservist Suspected of Selling Fake Permits to Palestinians
Lost Boys of Gaza
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Militants Disguised as Women
Saudi Judge Postpones Reformists' Trial
Syria/Lebanon
Assad Defends Syrian Role in Lebanon
Tougher Attitude From Syria's Assad?
Somalia
275 People in a Kenyan Sports Stadium Pick Somalia's New President
Career Soldier Wins Somali Election
Africa
UK Charity Head: Thousands in Darfur Could Starve
Back to School in Uganda for 10 Seized by Rebels
Ire as UN Pays Out Genocide Accused
Asia
Russia Opposed to Referral of Iran to UN Security Council
Junk Missiles, Bomb Dumps Threat to Indian Cities
 
Contributors


10/11/2004
The War Party's Worst Week


10/09/2004
Riding the Tiger


10/08/2004
Season of Cynicism


10/07/2004
Electing to Abstain

Praful Bidwai
10/06/2004
US and India: Unequal Allies, Uneasy Partners

Ivan Eland
10/05/2004
War Lies Are Piling Up

Ran HaCohen
9/27/2004
Whose Fault Is It?

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

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

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