Highlights
Bizarro Bush: Justin Raimondo
Making Book on the Bushes: Alan Bock
Failed 'Transition': Mounting Costs of the Iraq War
Bush Backers Ignore Iraq Facts: Jim Lobe
Is Suicide Part of the Job?: Jonathan Turley
 
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News
Updated Oct. 22, 2004 – 9:00 pm EDT
Poll: Islamists Beat US-Backed Leaders
Tenet: Iraq War Was 'Wrong'
US, Iraqis Launch Arrests of 'Opposition Voices'
Pentagon Official 'Distorted Intelligence'
Iraqi Govt Workers Killed in Attacks
US Now Sees More Iraqi Rebels With More Funds
Black Watch Ordered to Help US Take Fallujah
US Launches Airstrikes on Fallujah, Eight Killed
949 British Soldiers Sent to Iraq Failed Weapons Tests
Viewpoints
Britain Sinks Into America's Quagmire  by Robin Cook
The 9/11 Secrets You Won't Hear Until After Nov. 2  by Robert Scheer
Bush Is Awful, but Would Kerry Be Any Better?  by Max Hastings
Undercounting the Casualties
Lakshmi Chaudhry interviews Dr. Gene Bolles
Paranoid About the Islamists
by William Pfaff
Free the World – Kill Foreigners
by Jacob G. Hornberger

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Frontline
US Wants UN Fig Leaf for Elections
Allawi Escapes Mosul Mortar Attack
Thousands of Oil-for-Food Firms Revealed
US Arrests Muslim Scholars for Supporting Boycott of Iraqi Elections
Military to Keep Freeing Gitmo Detainees
Afghanistan, Iraq: Two Wars Collide
Failed 'Transition': Mounting Costs of the Iraq War
 
Reservist: 'We Are Not Cowards'
Today in Iraq
Fallujah Leaders Discuss Reopening Truce Talks
Think Tank: Iraq War Increasing Global Nuclear Threat
US General: Baghdad Needs 10,000 More Policemen
$4.5 Million Spent on Arms Buyback in Baghdad
Panel: 248 Companies Received Iraqi Oil
Joint Irish-Palestinian Appeal for Release of Kidnapped Aid Chief
Iraq Called 'Springboard' for Zarqawi
Probing & Punishing Torture
ACLU Gets Documents on Prisoner Abuse From Feds
Witness Says CIA Oversaw Abuse at Abu Ghraib
MP Gets Eight Years for Abu Ghraib Abuse
Iraqi Elections
Iraqi Minister Says UN to Blame for Election Risks
Vote Monitors Concerned by Iraq Violence
UN Aide Says Iraqi Elections Are on Target
Violence Continues
Iraqi Insurgents Clash With US Marines Near Fallujah
16 More Iraqis Die Thursday
Several Killed in US Attack on Fallujah
At Least Four Killed in Baghdad Bus Attack
Gunmen Ambush Iraqi Airways Employees
Iraq Occupation
Lack of Vehicle Armor Keeps Troops on Edge
Third Military Rotation in Iraq Under Way
Iraqi Detainee Dies of 'Unknown Causes' in US Custody
In Iraq, Detention Center Sets New US Military Standards
Pentagon Says 200,000 Who Started Anthrax Regimen Must Continue
The New Iraq
Poll: More Iraqis Doubt Nation's Direction
Aid Agencies Risking All in Iraq
A Match Is Made in Iraq
Battles of Britain
Britain Agrees to US Troops Request
Senior British Army Officers: Black Watch Put at Increased Risk by Uproar
Black Watch Will Remain Under British Command
Butler: It Wasn't Our Place to Bring Down the Govt
Global Iraq Fallout
Jordan Accuses Iraq of Planning Fake Saddam Trial
Japan Wants to Build Power Plant in Southern Iraq
India/Pakistan/Kashmir
India Opposes US Sale of F-16 Jets to Pakistan
Ex-Minister Shot Dead in Kashmir
Indian Navy Denies Submarine Deal With Russians
Separatists Kill Four Bengali Settlers in Northeast India
China & Her Neighbors
China Arrests New York Times Researcher for Spying
Battle Royal Over Taiwan Arms Deal
China to Discuss Taiwan, North Korea With Powell
Koreas
North Korea: Prospects for Nuke Talks 'Gloomy'
South Korean Depleted Uranium Munitions Violated Nuclear Agreement
Myanmar
US Accuses New Myanmar PM of Attack on Opposition Leader
Dilemma of Dealing With Burma
Asia
Indonesian President's Honeymoon Is Over
No Military Solution to Nepal's Civil War
US Airman Killed in Afghan Helicopter Crash
Lebanese President Names New PM
 
The War at Home
Pat Robertson Says Bush Ought to Admit Iraq Error
Pentagon: No Need to Draft Doctors
Bush Backers Steadfast on Saddam, WMD
Kerry Ponders Cabinet Choices, Especially State and Defense
Iraq Vet Gets Help Dealing With Scars of War
Injured Marine Earns Citizenship the Hard Way
Guantanamo
Three Guantanamo Panelists Dismissed Over Bias Allegations
Pentagon: Released Gitmo Detainees Returning to Conflicts
Two Gitmo Detainees Appear Before Tribunal
'Intelligence'
Goss Vows to Expand CIA Spying Operations
9/11 Panel Backs Senate Plan for Intelligence Overhaul
'Homeland Security'
US Agrees to Waivers for Reporters in Hatfill Suit
ACLU Seeks FBI Data on Handling of Muslim Interviews
'War on Terror'
Sensitive Nuclear Info Ends Up on US Govt Website
Australian State to Increase Secret Police Powers
Spanish Bomb Plot Inquiry Widens
Settlement Showdown
Sharon to Dismiss Cabinet Ministers Who Vote Against Disengagement
Israeli Army Faces a Revolt From the Right
Former Ally Calls Sharon 'Disloyal,' Warns of Civil War
Sharon Removes Disengagement Funding From Budget Bill
Israel/Palestine
Israeli Missile Strike Kills Top Hamas Official
A Schoolgirl Riddled With Bullets, and Nobody Is to Blame
American Church Group Meets Hizbullah; Israelis Cancel
Roadside Blast in Southern Gaza Kills Israeli Soldier
All Americans Except the Palestinian Variety Allowed Into Israel
Austrian Jets Scramble to Protect Israeli President
Arab League Chief: US Anti-Semitism Act Won't Stop Arabs From Criticizing Israel
Iran
Iran vs. the US-Israel Tag Team
EU's 'Big Three' Give Iran Last Chance
US Attacks European Move on Iran
Iran 'Prepared to Reject' European Offer on Nuclear Program
Iran's Nuclear Program: Persistent Suspicions, No Proof
Russia
Russia's Recruits Wrecked by Abuse
Russian Military Prosecutor Dismisses Human Rights Report
Sudan
Darfur Peace Talks Resume Despite Hitch
Behind Sudan Killers, a Mass of Unknowns
Africa
UN Tear-Gasses Liberian Students for Protesting School Closure
Citing Rebel Flight, Uganda Optimistic for Peace
Americas
Brazil Fights for Right to Produce Nuclear Fuel
Canadian Parliament Rejects Public Input on Missile Defense
Europe
Germany to Spend $1.25 Billion on Missile Defense
Ukraine Opposition Accuses Govt of Terror Tactics
Milosevic Lawyers Plead to Quit
Bosnia Seeks Return of Six Detainees Held by US
Turkish PM: Referendums Wrong Way to Decide Country's Fate
 
Contributors


10/22/2004
Bizarro Bush


10/22/2004
Making Book on the Bushes


10/21/2004
Tragedy and Farce


10/20/2004
Kerry's Cowardly Convergence

Ivan Eland
10/19/2004
A Draft or Merely Hot Air?

Ran HaCohen
10/18/2004
Sharon's True Face Exposed (and Ignored)

Sascha Matuszak
10/09/2004
Riding the Tiger

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

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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