Highlights
Bin Laden's Illusions and Ours: Tom Engelhardt & Jonathan Schell
So Much for Non-Proliferation: Gordon Prather
Agent Orange: Ongoing Atrocity: Michael Austin
Why Are Some American Christians So Bloodthirsty?: Dr. Teresa Whitehurst
 
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– U.S. Brig. General William Looney
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News
Updated Oct. 23, 2004 – 9:30 pm EDT
US Facing 20,000 Insurgents in Iraq
More Than 800 GIs Fail to Report for Duty
Car Bomb Kills 16 Iraqi Police, Wounds 40
Arrest of Sunni Cleric in Iraq Sparks Protests
No Evidence of Plot to Attack Around Elections
Bush, Kerry Take Similar Approach to War in Iraq
Pentagon: Saudis Funding Iraqi Insurgency
Reeducation in Iraq: Linking Nationalism and Nazism Not Going Over Well
Viewpoints
Bin Laden's Illusions and Ours
by Tom Engelhardt & Jonathan Schell
Why Are Some American Christians So Bloodthirsty?
by Dr. Teresa Whitehurst
Bush's Choices May Be 'Tough,' but My Choice Is Not  by Leonard Maluf
So Much for Non-Proliferation
by Gordon Prather
Agent Orange: An Ongoing Atrocity
by Michael Austin
No Shooting, Please, We're British
by Brendan O'Neill

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Frontline
Israel Has Iran in Its Sights
US, Iraqis Launch Arrests of 'Opposition Voices'
US Army Wants Women in Combat Zones
Iraq Coalition Vanishes From White House Web Site
CIA Withdraws Iraq WMD Claim
Officials Fear Iraq's Lure for Muslims in Europe
Kidnapped Aid Official Begs Blair to Save Her
Halliburton May Keep Disputed Money
 
Iraqi Children Warned to Avoid Soldiers
Today in Iraq
Shi'ites Reach Agreement on List of Candidates for Iraqi Elections
Poll: Kerry or Bush? Most Iraqis Don't Care
US Forces Kill French Insurgent in Iraq
US Withdraws After Mosque Standoff
Annan: Iraqi Elections Still 'Technically Possible'
UN Declines to Train Iraqis for Saddam Trial
Torture/Abuse/Detainees
Two More US Soldiers to Stand Trial Over Iraq Jail Abuse
Sentenced Sergeant's Wife Blames Officers for Iraq Abuse
Documents Shed Light on Iraq Prison Abuse
Iraqis Take Contractors to Court Over Abu Ghraib
Three Gitmo Judges Removed Due to Pentagon Bias
Lawyer Says Detainee Worse Off After Dismissal of Judges
UK Army Instructor Jailed Over Sexually Abusing Young Soldiers
Violence Continues
US Fire Kills Two Iraqi Children in Car
US Launches Airstrikes on Fallujah, Eight Killed
Inside Besieged Fallujah
Car Bomb Injures Five in Mosul
Samarra Car Bombing Kills Eight
Iraqi Oil Minister: Recovery Effort Costs Lives
Hostage Crises
Macedonian Hostages in Iraq Reported Killed
Harrowing Footage Shows Hostage Pleading for Her Life
Iraqi PM Says No Deals for Margaret Hassan
Warning From Kidnappers Not to Send Black Watch to Baghdad
Turkish Hostage Escapes
Oil-for-Food Scandal
UN Oil Probe Avoids Pointing Finger
A Second Look at Allegations About the Oil-for-Food Program
Annan: UN Hurt by Oil-for-Food Scandal
Battles of Britain
US Welcomes UK Deployment
UK Troops in Iraq Hot Spots Until 2005
Former UK Cabinet Member Says Blair of Mislead Public Over War
UK Diplomat Silenced After Telling Undiplomatic Truths
Afghanistan
Gen. Myers Denies Afghan War Doubts
Karzai Team '100% Sure' of Victory
Taliban Offshoot Has High Hopes for Election
Afghan Prisoners Released From US Base
Asia
US Warns of Laos Bomb Threats
Philippine Army Wants Rebels to Turn in Bomb-Maker
New Dimension to India's Northeast Woes
The Tajik Boy Who Ended Up in South Waziristan
 
The War at Home
Oil Price Tops $55; Heating Supply Low
Intel Bill Unlikely to Pass Before Election
Memos Warned of Billing Fraud by Firm in Iraq
Talk of Draft Rattles White House
The Man Who Brought Us the Cold War Dies
'War on Terror'
Fake Gucci Bags Fund Terrorism?
UK Prosecutor: Islamophobia Linked to War on Terror
Rights Group: Terror War Undermining Rights in Morocco
Gaza Battles
Israel Launches New Gaza Missile Strike
Palestinian Militants Pound Gaza Settlements With Mortar Fire
UN: Israeli Attack in Northern Gaza Left 700 Homeless
Israel Agrees to Egyptian Military Presence on Gaza Border
Thousands Mourn Hamas Chief's Killing
Palestine/Israel
Israel to Call Up Extra Troops
Arafat's Health in Decline, Say Associates
Israelis Strongly Support Bush Win
Palestinian FM: PA Needs General Election
UN Official Urges International Intervention in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Middle East
Israel Bides Its Time on Iran
Egypt Attack Inquiry Slowed by Lack of Evidence
Syria Talks of Rebuilding Golan City Crushed by Israelis
Kurdish Activist Sets Up New Political Party in Turkey
Russia/Chechnya
Capture of Chechen Rebel Leader Top Priority, Claims Official
Russian Police Detain Members of Outlawed Islamic Group Over Terror Conspiracy
Uganda
Northern Uganda 'World's Biggest Neglected Crisis'
The Horrors of Uganda's North
Africa
Halliburton Angers Nigerian MPs at Bribes Hearing
Sudan Authorities Do Little to Combat Rape as Weapon of War
Europe
Bush Backs Sanctions Against Belarus
Kosovo Elections a Crucial Test for Independence
Books and Movies
Film Suggests US Has Plan to Rule the World
Robert Higgs' Against Leviathan
Soldiers Pay
The Monarchization of America Under Bush
How a 1960s Film About Algeria Resonates Today
'Chain of Command': What Geneva Conventions?
 
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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