Highlights

Are We Safer Now?: Justin Raimondo
Bush's Checks Returning NSF: Pat Buchanan
Gonzales Faces Stormy Hearing: Jim Lobe
Back Gonzales, Back Torture: Robert Scheer
War Prospects for 2005: Brian Doherty

 
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News
Updated January 5, 2005 - 11:23 PM EST
Iraq Prez: Consider Election Delay
US to Deploy 35,000 GIs in Baghdad for Elections
Are Iraqis Going Wobbly About Elections?
Gonzales Faces Stormy Hearing
Gonzales Vows to Follow Non-Torture Policies
Iraqi Insurgents Threaten Attack Inside US
New Bomb Attacks on Iraqi Police Kill 25
Abu Ghraib Abuse Went on for Months After Scandal
US to Back Off Efforts to Get European Military Help in Iraq
US Taking Fewer Prisoners in Afghanistan to Prevent Abuse Complaints
Viewpoints
Bush's Checks Returning NSF
by Patrick J. Buchanan
Peace in the Middle East: Don't Get Your Hopes Up  by Arnaud de Borchgrave
Backing Gonzales Is Backing Torture  by Robert Scheer
It's Time to Get Out of Iraq
by David M. Edelstein & Ronald R. Krebs
Oppose the Draft? It's Already Here
Corvallis (OR) Gazette-Times
CIA Purge Explained  by Haviland Smith

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Frontline
Pentagon Budget Cuts Unclear
Israeli Shell Kills Seven Teens in Northern Gaza
US Threatens New Sanctions on Syria
Syria at the Crossroads
Body Armor Collected for Troops Sits in Storage
Zarqawi Rebels Kill Governor of Baghdad
If Sunnis Won't Vote, Then What?
Training Failures Left Guard Unit Unready for Iraq, Part 2
Beaten, Imprisoned, Uzbek Exile's Brother Still Defiant
 
Official Number of US Troops Wounded in Iraq Surpasses 10,000 Mark
Today in Iraq
Video Reportedly Shows Suicide Attack on US Convoy
Baghdad Governor, 5 GIs, 10 Others Killed
Sadr Group Polls Public Opinion on Japanese Reconstruction Activities
Death in Fallujah Rising, Doctors Say
Syrian Driver of French Journalists Alleges Torture by US
Army Drowning Trial to Begin at Fort Hood
Iraqi Elections
Allawi Calls Bush to Discuss Obstacles to Election
'Bloodbath' if Iraq Poll Delayed, Adviser Warns
New Calls to Postpone Iraqi Election Rejected by Commission
Follower of Sadr Hits the Stump
Iraqis in US Face Big Hurdles to Voting
'Men of Politics' Campaign for Votes in Iraq
Allawi Takes Call-In Questions on TV
Attacks Continue
Blistering Attacks Threaten Iraq Election
Green Zone Entrance Bombed
Bomb Blast Rocks Baghdad Guard Barracks
Turkish Truck Driver Killed in Iraq
Asia
How Vigilante Jonathan Idema Used the Press for Profit and Glory
Pakistan-Afghan Border Tense After Exchange of Fire
Indian Tsunami Aid Flight Attacked by Tribesmen
In Angry Waves, Aceh Muslims See an Angry God
Indonesian Army Still at War in Aceh
US, China to Discuss 'Anti-Secession' Bill
Did Chinese Pressure Force Japan's PM to Postpone Decision to Visit War Shrine?
Thai Troops Deployed to the South
Will Disaster Stir Sri Lanka Peace?
Africa
Mugabe Dumps Hardline Disciples
Civilians Suffer as Uganda Waits for Peace
New National Army for Burundians
Balkans
Independent Candidate Calls Croatian Elections a Fraud
Serbia Minister Rejects Hague Bid
In Other News
Putin Aide Fired for Yukos Criticism
UK Army Secretly Restricted Ethnic Recruits
56 Journalists Killed in 2004
 
The War at Home
War Tests Recruiters' Pitch
After Selective Service Urgings, Church Agrees to Revive Alternative Service Programs
Best Resource for GI Conscientious Objectors
Powell: Tsunami Aid May Cast US in New Light
Iraqi Boy Arrives in Ohio for Surgery
The Pentagon
Pentagon Looks for Spending Cuts Among High-Tech Weapons
Pentagon Task Force Targets Sexual Assaults
US Homeland Security
Man Charged With Aiming Laser at Aircraft
Gonzales Had Key Role in Shaping Detainee Policy
CIA Expected to Name Head of Analytic Branch
UK Homeland Security
Briton Accused of Trying to Smuggle in Missiles to Down US Planes
British ID Card Gains Ground
Official From Blunkett Scandal Picked to Head UK Terror Strategy Office
July 4 Trial Set for Radical Cleric in Britain
War on Terror
German Police: Al-Qaeda Camps Trained 70,000
Former bin Laden Bodyguard Removed From UN Terror Suspect Blacklist
Six Terror Suspects Go on Trial in France
Palestinians
Abbas Pitches for Hardliners With Talk of 'Zionist Enemy'
Hamas Vows to Avenge Killing of Palestinians in Shelling
'Disengagement'
Shin Bet Chief Warns Activists May Create Pretext to Fire on Troops During Evacuation
Military Cries Foul as Settlers Turn on Israeli Troops
Israeli Soldier Arrested for Urging Pullout Refusal
Israel
Israeli Officer Censured After Death of Unarmed Palestinian
Israel Arrests Senior Islamic Jihad Militant
Middle East
IAEA Finds Evidence of Past Secret Nuclear Program in Egypt
Iran: US Spy Planes Spotted Over Nuke Sites
Turkish FM Urges Israel to Resume Peace Talks With Syria
Americas
Peru Police Arrest Rebel Leader
Haiti's Former Soldiers Getting Back Pay, if They Helped Topple Aristide
 
Contributors


1/05/2005
Are We Safer Now?


1/04/2005
Mortgaging the Future of Our Armed Forces


12/31/2004
Confused About Democracy


12/30/2004
Train of Abuses

Ilana Mercer
12/29/2004
The Neoconneries Plan For Iran

Praful Bidwai
12/25/2004
Hopes for Indo-Pak Peace in '05

Ran HaCohen
12/11/2004
The Third Intifada

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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