Highlights
Bigger Worries Than Ukraine: Charley Reese
All Mosquitoes, No Swamp: Ray McGovern
Trashing the IAEA Again: Gordon Prather
Bush's Dirty War: Interview with Christopher Paine
Ukraine: Everyone Has a Bad Guy: Neil Barnett
 
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To plunder, to slaughter, to steal, these things they misname empire; and where they make a desert, they call it peace.
– Calgacus
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News
Updated Dec. 4, 2004 – 8:00 pm EST
Catching Osama No Longer Top Priority
Ukraine Opposition Rejects Deal on Voting Rules
Bombs Near Green Zone Kill 16, Wound 38
Extended Iraq Duty Weighs on US Troops
Navy Probes New Iraq Prisoner Abuse Photos
Photos: Navy Seals Torturing Iraqi Prisoners
Outgunned and Trapped, Iraqi Police Stormed by Insurgents
Putin Calls US Policy 'Dictatorial'
Russian General: We May Bomb Other Countries 'to Prevent Terrorism'
Viewpoints
Bigger Worries Than Ukraine
by Charley Reese
Who's Ukraine's 'Bad Guy'? Depends on Where You Are
by Neil Barnett
What Is a Christian to Do?
by Laurence M. Vance
All Mosquitoes, No Swamp
by Ray McGovern
Trashing the IAEA Again
by Gordon Prather
Bush's Dirty War
An Interview with Christopher Paine

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Frontline
Supreme Court Orders Rerun of Ukraine Poll
Ukraine Parliament Votes to Recall Troops From Iraq
NATO Commander Surprised at Difficulty Conquering Iraq
Germany Arrests Three in Plot to Kill Allawi
Is Europe al-Qaeda's Next Target?
Judge Denies Moussaoui Trial-Date Request
US OKs Evidence Gained Through Torture
Rumsfeld to Remain Defense Secretary
Groups Probe FBI Spying in 'War on Terror'
 
US Declares 'RPG Alley' to Baghdad Airport Off-Limits
Today in Iraq
Jan. Elections Remain Misunderstood in US, Tenuous in Iraq
Departing Troops Test Iraq Coalition
Iraqi President Leaves for Washington
Resistance Warns Iraqis Against Taking Govt Jobs
Iraq Drawing Young European Insurgents
More Abuse
AP Reporter Uncovers Evidence of Possible Iraq Prisoner Abuse
Abuse at US Prisons in Iraq Mirrored at Jails in Afghanistan
Judge Allows Early Statements in England Abu Ghraib Case
Violence Continues
44 Killed in Iraq Attacks
Roadside Bomb Kills Two US Soldiers in Iraq
US Soldier Killed by Kirkuk-Area Roadside Bomb
Violence Continues
GIs in Iraq Torn Between Fighting Insurgents and Wooing Populace
Records Help Hunt for Fallujah Insurgents
Gang Fighting Skills From Chicago Applied in Iraq
Army Makes Training Base Feel Like Iraq
Global Iraq Fallout
US-Iran Divide Stands in Iraq's Way
Jordan Benefits From Iraqi Exiles
700 More Filipino Workers Leave for Iraq
Schroeder: Germany Will Step Up Training of Iraqis
Japan DM Wants to Visit Iraq
China, Iraq to Strengthen Energy Cooperation
Afghanistan
Drive to Embrace Taliban Moderates
Afghan Authorities Plan Osamaland in Tora Bora
Koreas
South Korean President Cautions US Hawks Against Aggressive Stance on North
North Korea: US Attempts to Limit Nuclear Program Could Trigger War
US Intent in South Korea Questioned
North Korea May Be Ready to Talk
North Korean Defectors to South Face Discrimination, Joblessness
China
China Warns EU on Weapon Ban
China Tests Ballistic Missile Sub
Asia
Thai Military to Drop 'Peace Bombs' on South
US Downplays F-16 Deal With Pakistan
Japan to Study Developing First Long-Range Missile
Tamil Tigers on the Brink
Five Police Killed in Kashmir Camp Attack
Russia & Her Neighbors
MPs Back Putin Plan for Regions
Russia Backs Indian Bid for UN Security Council Seat
India, Russia Agree to Revitalize Traditional Ties
14 Killed in Chechnya
Africa
Sources: Rwanda Briefly Invaded Congo, but Troops Already Gone
Sudan Accuses Rebels of Attacks in Darfur
Sierra Leone's Invisible Scars
Americas
Documents Show CIA Knew of Venezuela Coup
Colombian Kingpin En Route to US for Trial
 
United Nations
Annan Teeters on Pedestal
Nations Rally to Back Annan Amid Fraud Claim
Leadership Crisis at UN
Diplomats at UN Surprised by US Ambassador's Resignation
Pakistan, Mexico Oppose UN Security Council Expansion
The War at Home
Army Seeks More Help as War Expenses Outpace Funding
At the Army Science Conference
Army Deserter Jenkins Free to Leave Japan Base
'Intelligence'
Intelligence Showdown Will Be Key Test for Bush
General Says He No Longer Objects to Bill on Spy Post
Homeland Security
HHS Secretary Quits With Warning: I Cannot Understand Why Terrorists Have Not Attacked Our Food Supply
Kerik: A Spotty Record on the National Stage
Bush's New Rambo
9/11 NYC Police Chief on His Way to the Top
Illegal Strip Searches at Reagan National Airport?
TSA to Maintain Frisking Procedures
Prying Into FBI Prying
FBI Spying Allegations Supported by Records
War on Terror
Five ETA Bombs Hit Madrid
From Student to Tartan Taliban, a Scots Muslim's Journey
Spy Agencies Turn to Va. Software Firm
Ukraine
Moscow's 'Hands Off!' Doesn't Dissuade EU on Ukraine
Yanukovych Wins Ukraine Miners' Loyalty
Yushchenko's Illness: What the Doctors Say
Palestine/Israel
Hamas Official Says Group Will Accept Long-Term Truce
Peres Rejects Proposal That Labor Leave Coalition After Gaza Pullout
US to Stay Silent on Barghouti Candidacy
Palestinians Condemn Israeli Killing of Militant
Defiant Sharon Vows Gaza Pullout
Donors Fear Impact of Gaza Plan on Palestine Economy
Iran
Cleric: Iran Nuclear Freeze Only Temporary
Diplomats: Iran Bought Metal With Many Civilian Uses, Must Be Making Nukes With It
Rumsfeld Warns Iran on Nuclear 'Mistakes'
Balkans
Albanian Accused of War Crimes Named Kosovo Premier
Will Sympathetic Testimonies Help Milosevic?
Weekend Reviews
Ivan Eland's The Empire Has No Clothes
Another Review of The Empire Has No Clothes
Paul Fussell's The Boys' Crusade
Empire of the Senseless: A Review of Bill Blum's Freeing The World to Death
How Straussian Are the Straussians?
Kenneth Pollack's The Persian Puzzle
The Art of War
About Baghdad Gives Voice to Iraqis Not Represented in the News Media
Duelfer Report: Good Literature, Bad Investigation
 
Contributors


12/03/2004
Jail the War Party


12/03/2004
Rethinking Secession


12/02/2004
Democratic Terrorists, and Other Lies


12/01/2004
Feeding the Iraq Moloch

Ivan Eland
11/30/2004
Failure after Falluja?

Praful Bidwai
11/24/2004
Dubious Source for New Iran Charges

Sascha Matuszak
11/22/2004
Chinese Dreams, American Dreams

Ran HaCohen
11/12/2004
How to Remember Arafat

Matthew Barganier
10/30/2004
Et Tu, Pat?

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

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