Highlights
Yushchenko 'Poison Plot' Fraud: Justin Raimondo
Lethal Weapons: Neocon Groupies: Ilana Mercer
Morality vs. Obedience: Teresa Whitehurst
Rummy Back on the Rocks?: Jim Lobe
The Neocons Haven't Won Yet: Pat Buchanan
 
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News
Updated Dec. 15, 2004 – 9:10 pm EST
Iraq's Insurgency Grows at a Fierce Pace
Navy Report Details New Detainee Abuses in Iraq
US Eyes Suspected Insurgents in Syria
McCain, Schwarzkopf Blast Rumsfeld on Iraq
Major US Missile Defense Test Fails
Bomb Blast Kills 8, Wounds 32 at Karbala Shrine
'Long Way to Go' Before Iraqis Take Over Security
Viewpoints
The Neocons Haven't Won Yet
by Patrick J. Buchanan
From Moral Individuals to Obedient Recruits ... if They Survive
by Teresa Whitehurst
Soldiers' Questions Can't Be Brushed Aside  by G. Jefferson Price III
The World's Most Expensive Mayor
by Eric Margolis
ElBaradei in US Crosshairs
by Ehsan Ahrari
Don't Forget Last Sudan Debacle
by James Bovard

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Frontline
Rummy Back on the Rocks?
US Opposes Third Term for IAEA Chief ElBaradei
Allawi: Saddam Aides' Trials to Begin Next Week
Allawi Accused of Rushing Saddam Aides' Trials
Iraq's Topsy-Turvy Political Picture
Court Rules Britain Should Probe Death of Iraqi Civilian
White House Missed, Ignored Kerik Red Flags
Feds Urged to Probe Wash. Post Satellite Leak
EU Anti-Terror Chief: Radical Youths Being Trained in Iraq
 
14 More Bodies Found in Mosul
Today in Iraq
Clinton-Pardoned Billionaire Marc Rich Deep in Oil-for-Food Scam
UK Reservists to Boost Iraq Forces
US: More Than 30 Foreign Fights Captured in Fallujah
Guardsman: Poor Planning Led to Shortages
Panel Calls for Iraq Govt Spending Controls
Allawi: Mass Graves May Contain 500 Bodies
Fresh US Troops Tabbed for Iraq, Afghanistan Deployment
'Iraq Security' to Determine US Troop Levels
Iraqi Elections
Sistani Joins Battle for Iraq's Soul
Shi'ite Cleric Asks Delay in Iraq Vote
Top Sunni Party Among 79 Blocs to Contest Election
Sadr Wants US Guarantee to Withdraw After Elections
Iraqi FM: Expect Partial Boycott of Vote
Iraqi Election Officials to Be Trained in Japan
Attacks Continue
Another Green Zone Blast Kills Seven
Iraqi Police Buses Ambushed
Two Days in August Haunt Charlie Company
Insurgents Set Fire to Iraq Oil Pipeline
More Today in Iraq
US General: Fallujah Refugees to Return Soon
Allawi: Senior Zarqawi Aide Killed by Iraqi Police
Former Saddam Aid Captured
Saddam Jail Named for First Time
Times Correspondent's Fallujah Kidnap Ordeal
Military Judge Allows Exhumation in Army Drowning Trial
Global Iraq Fallout
Rumsfeld Charged With War Crimes, Pentagon Annoyed
Blacklisted Russian Tied to Iraq Deals
International Dislike for Bush Extending to All Americans
Poland to Cut Its Military Contingent in Iraq by About 1/3
UN Closing Iraqi Refugee Camps in Iran
Bush to Avoid UK on Europe Tour
UK Warship Commander Sent Home to Face 'Bullying' Inquiry
Afghanistan
Afghans Capture Mullah Omar's Former Security Chief
Chemical 'Warfare' Angers Afghans
Turkish Engineer Kidnapped in Afghanistan
Pakistan/India
US Investigating Pakistan's Nuclear Mastermind for Iran Ties
Pakistan PM: China a Great Defense Partner
Pakistan, India Begin Anti-Nuclear Talks
Six Bombs in India's Northeast Leave Two Dead
Asia
North Korea: Returning to Nuclear Talks Tricky
Taiwan President Resigns as Party Chief
Japan's Attitude Toward China Hardening
Congo
Congo: Troops Are Battling Rwandan Soldiers, Not Rebels
UN Investigates Unrest in Congo
Eastern Congo: Rwandophones and Roadblocks
Africa
Ugandan Rebels: Army Attacks Undermining Peace Process
Amnesty: 2/3 of Liberians Suffered Sexual Violence During '99-'03 War
South African Farmers See Shades of Zimbabwe in Settlements
Opposition Parties Demand Revote in Mozambique
Ivory Coast: From Prosperity to Instability
In Other News
America's 'Private' War in Colombia
UN Troops Storm Haiti Slum, Will Occupy for Two Months
Think Tank: Australia Should Take Over Papua New Guinea
 
More Abuse
Worry Over Prison Tactics Led CIA to Curb Iraq Role
UK Naval Officers Claim Abuse From Frigate Captain
The War at Home
Pentagon Limits Gifts to Troops
Guardsmen's Families Protest Lack of Equipment

New Gallup Poll Questions Media Focus on 'Values' Rather Than War

Military Activities the Centerpiece for Bush's Inauguration
MIT's Role in Missile Test Fraud
Bush Gives Medal of Freedom to Franks, Tenet, Bremer
US Rice Producers Hoping to Sell in Iraq
Homeland Security
Police Respond to Israeli-American Boy's 'Anti-American' Letter
Security for Bush's Inauguration to Surpass All Precedents
Eco-Terrorism Doubted in Md. Arsons
Islamic Scholar at Notre Dame Resigns Post Over Visa Trouble
'PATRIOT Act II' Irks Civil Libertarians
War on Terror
NY Teenager Indicted on Terror Charges
Aznar 'Sowing Confusion' Over Madrid Bombs
Australia Warns Citizens of Possible Attacks
Aussie Architect Charged With Terrorism Had Maps
T-Rays to Detect Terrorists?
Ukraine
Doctors Say They Are Closing in on Type of Poison Used on Yushchenko
Ukrainian Town Basks in 'Orange' Afterglow
Ukraine Shockwave Hits Ex-Soviet States
Palestinian Politics
Abbas Calls for End to Palestinian Uprising
Hamas Leader: We Are in Contact With US, EU
US State Dept. Denies Contact With Hamas
As Palestinian Elections Approach, Hamas Steps Up Attacks
Hamas Rejects Abbas' Call for End to Violence
Israel to Allow Voting in Jerusalem
On the Air, Palestinians Soften Tone on Israelis
Israeli Aid for Abbas Is Unfair, Says Rival for Palestinian Post
Israel/Palestine
Peres: Labor Won't Enter Govt Under Likud's Current Terms
Israelis Hasten Land Grab in Shadow of Wall
Mothers Demand More Food for Israeli Troops
Israeli Troops Kill Palestinian Security Worker in Rafah
Thai Worker Killed in Mortar Attack on Gaza Settlement
Israeli Army Raids Refugee Camp, Destroys Homes
Iran
Iran Dismisses Egyptian Accusations, Rules Out Talks With the US
Iran Open to US Involvement in EU Nuclear Talks
Europeans Strive for Lasting Pact With Iran
Keeping Faith in Reform, and Islam, in Iran
Iran Not Off the Hook Yet
Turkey
Turkey Anxiously Awaits EU Decision
Turkey Drifts Further From US
Turkey Will Not Apologize for Armenian Genocide
Middle East
Egyptian Rights Group Calls on Mubarak to Scrap Emergency Laws
Egypt, Israel Sign Trade Accord
UK to Bail Out Contractor if Saudis Fall
Russia/Chechnya
'Bolshevik Party' Seizes Moscow Building
Caucasus Gunmen Kill Four in Raid on Russian Drug-Control Office
15 Foreigners Detained in Chechnya
Ikea's Man in Moscow Tells of Threats and Bribes
 
Contributors


12/15/2004
The Yushchenko 'Poison Plot' Fraud


12/15/2004
Lethal Weapons: Neocon Groupies


12/14/2004
Next Target: Iran?


12/11/2004
The Third Intifada

Alan Bock
12/10/2004
Tillman's True Tragedy

Nebojsa Malic
12/09/2004
Deception as a Way of Life

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

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

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

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

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