The Scapegoat: Justin Raimondo
War in Iraq: Was It Worth It?: Lee Shelton
States, War, & Peace: Part II: Joseph Stromberg
Tragedy or Farce?: Gordon Prather
The Tsunami of Iraq: Dahr Jamail

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Hersh: US Preparing for War Against Iran
Catholic Archbishop Kidnapped in Iraq
22 Iraqis Die in Attacks on Security Forces
Abbas Orders Palestinian Crackdown on Militants
US to Try 20 More Troops for Iraq Abuse
Bush Disputes Powell: We'll Leave Iraq When Mission Ends
Army Fights Rumsfeld Bid on Occupation
US Lowers Expectations for Once-Heralded Iraq Vote
Ex-Chinese Communist Leader Zhao Dies
War in Iraq: Was It Worth It?
by Lee Shelton
Kosovo, Macedonia, and Ukraine: Not All Votes Are Equal  by Tara McCormack
Impeachment in Order for Author of Torture Memo by John W. Dean
Tragedy or Farce?  by Gordon Prather
Is There Another 'Tet' in Our Future?  by Michael Gaddy
Being Bush Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry by Michael Harris

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Iraq's New Military Spurs Sectarian Hostility
Tet Offensive Reverberates 37 Years Later in Iraq
Iraq's Deputy PM: Militants Plan 'Vicious' Poll Attacks
Turkey Cautions Against Kurdish Voters in Kirkuk
Bush Criticized for Linking Iraq to Vote
A Trail of Torture at Hands of US Forces
US Troops Prepare for Onslaught as Mosul Unrest Threatens Election
Today in Iraq
The Tsunami of Iraq
Witnesses May Say Saddam Didn't Gas Kurds
British Pilots in Iraq Fear New Threat: Errors of Exhausted Ground Crew
Female Hit-Squads on the Loose in Iraq
The Fallujah Plight Persists
US Arrests Dozens Ahead of Iraq Vote
Iraqi Elections
A Long and Winding Road
Fear on the Campaign Trail
Iraqi Government Promises Secure Election as Anxious Residents Stockpile Supplies
Women Covertly Running for Office in Iraq
UN Official: Iraq Vote 'Is on Track'
Sistani Confirms Support for Election Frontrunner
Iraqis Living Overseas Prepare for Vote
Iraq Prepares for Election by Sending Out Voter Rolls
A Bleak Winter for Democracy in Iraq's North
Sadr Livens Iraq Campaign as Security Threat Hangs Over Elections
Attacks Continue
Professor Says Approximately 300 Iraqi Academics Have Been Assassinated
Iraqi Shia Official's Son Shot Dead
Shi'ite Female Candidate Survives Ambush
Four Killed in Samarra Shooting
Iraqi Police Find Body of Slain Egyptian Driver
Iraq Occupation
Under Fire, Alongside the Fallen
US Soldiers Wary of 'Sucker Punch' Bomb Attacks
Polish Military Deny Damaging Babylon
US Forces Conduct Raids in Mosul
The New Iraq
Iraq to Open Center for Identifying Bodies in Mass Graves
For One Contractor, Peril Eclipsed Pay on Iraq Supply Job
Fledgling Iraqi Air Force Gets Three Planes
Gas and Electricity Shortages Frustrate Iraq
Iraq to Resume Oil Exports in 10 Days
US Release of 81 in Afghanistan Seen as First Step in Broad Amnesty
Poppy-Farming Ban Forces Some Afghans to Sell Female Relatives
Pakistani Army Captures 17 in North Waziristan Raid
Elders Demand Release of Tribesmen Held in N. Waziristan
Indonesia Denies Saying Foreign Troops Must Leave in March
Aceh Separatists Welcome Aid Workers
US and Indonesia Seek Closer Military Ties
North Korea: US a 'Nuclear Criminal'
More South Koreans Giving Up Citizenship to Avoid Draft
The Prisoner of Conscience: Zhao Ziyang, 1919-2005
Commerce Key to China-Taiwan Peace
China and Taiwan Agree to Direct Flights
Japanese FM Asks Israel to End Arms Sales to East Asia
Japan's Growing Militarism Worries Neighbors
Nepal Maoists Free 14 Indian Soldiers
Four Dead in Kashmir Gun Battle
Four Russian Police Killed in Dagestan Clash
Report: Russian Security Forces Foil 'Another Beslan'
Indian, Pakistani Troops to Join Forces in Congo
Sudan Rebel Leader: Darfur Fighting Must End
Sudan's Uncertain Truce
Tortured Justice
Graner: 'Bad Things Happen in War'
Higher Officials Unlikely to Be Tried Over Abu Ghraib Abuse
Graner Verdict May Alter Abu Ghraib Defense Tactics
Graner's Mother: Higher-Ups Must Be Tried for Abuses
Many Iraqis Say Graner Abuse Sentence Too Lenient
British Soldiers Accused of Abuse at Basra Aid Camp
Detaining Justice
Another Lawyer for UK Terror Detainees Quits
Kuwaiti Lobbyist Urges US to Stop Torturing Gitmo Prisoners
Returning From Iraq
Town Mourns Its Lost 'Weekend Warriors'
Town Hit Hard by Non-Combat Unit's Deaths in Iraq
Injured Army Reservist Recalls Suicide Bomber's Eyes
Newlyweds Work to Save Marriage After War Leaves Him Paralyzed
Police: Marine Who Killed Cop Was Gang Member
Florida Surgeon Returns From Iraq Mission
Politics of War
Iraq Dominates the State Department
Rice May Face Tough Transition to State
Rice Hearing to Lay Out Bush's Foreign Policy
How Condi Rice Became the Most Powerful Woman in the World
For Inauguration in Wartime, a Lingering Question of Tone
Kennedy: Iraq Is George Bush's Vietnam
Bush Stance on Florida Naval Station Unclear
The War at Home
Ex-Soldier With Ill Son Recalled for Deployment
Broward County (FL) Park Boots Antiwar Group
Bush Faces New Breed of War Protesters
Man Says His Antiwar Stand Sparked Harassment
NY Gamemaker Lets Players Portray Iraqi or US Troops
War on Terror
Britain's Online Imam Calls Young to Jihad
Limousine Terror?
10,000 Israeli Troops Sign Petition to Refuse Evacuation Orders
Extremists Resorting to Scare Tactics Against Disengagement
Israel Vows Total War on Gaza Militants
Israel Holds Off on Wide Gaza Operation
Sharon: Abbas Fails to Stop Attacks
Israeli Tank Kills Two Palestinian Civilians
Abbas Reappoints Qureia as PM
Security Forces Fear Bombers May Learn How to Bypass West Bank Wall
Iran: Samples Will Prove Nuclear Program Is Peaceful
Iran: Date for Resumption of Uranium Enrichment Undetermined
Play's Opening in Iran May Help Rebuild Trust After Iraq War
Middle East
Saudi Militants, Former Iraq Fighters Believed Behind Kuwait Attacks
Pilgrims Converge in Mecca
Basque Separatists
Basque Separatists Call for Talks With Madrid
Spanish PM Willing to Talk on Basque Deal
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