Highlights

Bush Playing With†Fire: Justin Raimondo
A Shi'ite Iraq Emerges: Juan Cole
US vs EU: Leon Hadar
Blindly Backing Israel Against Iran: Gordon Prather
Hail, Hail The Gang's All Here: Ray McGovern

 
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News
Updated February 19, 2005 - 11:24 PM EST
Bombers Kill 55 on 2nd Bloody Holy Day
Clash Over 'Kurdish Veto' Looms in Iraq
Iran Readies for Feared Attack by US
Bush's Iraq Coalition Shrinking
US Releases New Abuse Allegations
Army Destroyed Mock Afghan Execution Pictures
China: North Korea No Longer Interested in 6-Nation Talks
Viewpoints
A Shi'ite Iraq Emerges  by Juan Cole
Blindly Backing Israel Against Iran
by Gordon Prather
How Israel Is Once Again Redefining the Terms of Peace
by Ramzy Baroud
US vs EU  by Leon Hadar 
Hail, Hail The Gang's All Here
by Ray McGovern
Iraqi Dead Is Little News
by Robert Koehler

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Frontline
The Nuclear Domino Effect
Bush Warns Europe of Islamic Alliance
54 Killed in Suicide Blasts
5 GIs Killed in Iraq Attacks
Did US Military Target Journalists in Iraq?
All Not Quiet on the Northern Front
American Muslims Live in Fear of Govt
Calif. Military Base Sold for $1 Billion in Online Auction
Lebanese Opposition Declares Intifada
 
Baghdad Hospital Overwhelmed in Wake of Suicide Attacks
Today in Iraq
With Elections Past, Many Are Critical of US Presence
Iraqi Kurds Detail Autonomy Demands
Journalist Group Calls US to Account Over Iraq
Shi'ite Group Says It Won't Be Provoked to Violence
Iraqi Shi'ite Leader Accuses Police of Torturing Supporters to Death
Senators McCain, Clinton Visit Baghdad
Ruling the New Iraq
The Religious Face of Iraq
The Islamist Who Could Run Iraq
Chalabi Pushes to Lead Iraq
Chalabi Seeks US Support for Bid
Fallujah
US: 'Purified' Fallujah Now the Safest Place in Iraq
As Iraqi Politics Heat Up, Fallujah Feels Isolated
How the US Murdered a City
Attacks Continue
Two Sons of Najaf Police Commander Assassinated South of Baghdad
Six Dead Iraqi Soldiers Found, Two Police Killed
Some of the Deadliest Attacks in Iraq
Iraq Occupation
A General Counts Costs and Promises of Iraq
Soldiers Sometimes Rough Despite Risk of Antagonizing Friendly Iraqis
Fatal US Military Accidents Up in Iraq
After Fallujah, Marines' Mission Shifts Northwest
Reserve, Guard Units Will Have to Wait to Replace Gear Left in Mideast
Hostage Crises
Indonesian President Confirms Two Journalists Held Hostage in Iraq
Italians to March for Release of Kidnapped Journalist
Kidnapped Man Pleads for His Life
Turkish Hostage Paid Ransom to Iraqi Captors
Global Iraq Fallout
Negroponte Appeals to UN for Iraq Help
EU to Open Office in Baghdad
India/Pakistan/Kashmir
Upping the Ante in bin Laden Hunt
Kashmir Police Disperse Religious Processions
Police Arrest Kashmiri Separatist in Delhi
Pakistan Deploys Commandos as Sunni Suspects Blow Themselves Up
Nepal
Nepal King Backs Coup on Democracy Day
Nepal Cuts Phone Lines to Thwart Protests
57 Protesters Arrested as Nepal Observes 'Democracy Day'
US: Nepal Faces Prospect of World Military Aid Cut
Okinawa
Protest Rallies Barred From Area Near US Base in Okinawa
US Military Unwilling to Let Japan Independently Investigate Okinanwa Helicopter Crash
East Asia
Chinese Reluctant to Lean on North Korea
US, China Agree on North Korea Nukes
China Joins Diplomatic Jet Set to Woo North Korea
North Korea Sets Conditions for Nuclear Talks
China Slams Goss Assessment
Fears on Chinese Navy's Growth
With Taiwan as Security Issue, Rice Prepares to Meet Japan Leaders
Japanese Warning for China on Taiwan
Asia
Rush Limbaugh to Visit Afghanistan With US Aid Official
Rice Signals Closer Ties to Indonesia
Tamil Tigers Reject UN Report
UN Says World Could Reject Myanmar Referendum
Thaksin Plan for South Criticized
Togo
Togo President Agrees to Election
Togo Lifts Ban on Rallies
Sudan
Sudan Rejects International Court
UN: Darfur Faces New Famine Threat
Africa
Mark Thatcher Denies Any Role in Coup
Mugabe's Spin Doctor to Go Solo
Colombia
Colombian Army Chief: Troops Kill 70 Rebels
Rebel Attacks Imperil Calm in Colombia
Weekend Reviews
Democracy for All
Embedded in the Spin Cycle
How Torture Became Acceptable
Was Reagan a Reaganite?
Western Complicity in the Cambodian Holocaust
 
Feeling a Draft?
Top Army Recruiting Official: Draft Won't Help
Experts See Military Draft as Inevitable
Best Resource for GI Conscientious Objectors
Caring for the Troops?
Hurt Troops Often Denied Pay, Benefits
Behind the Walls of Ward 54
Ecstasy Trials for Combat Stress
Non-Infantry Soldiers Get Badge for Combat
Third NC-Based Soldier Dies After Exhibiting Flu-Like Symptoms
Abuse by the Troops
Charges Reduced Against Abu Ghraib Guard England
'Trophy Photos' Led to Soldiers' Demotions
Mud-Wrestling Woman Soldier May Have to Leave Army
Today's Military
307 Sex Assaults on Military Reported Abroad
The Business of Base Closures
MacDill AFB's Future Unsure
Navy's Flight Base Plan Creates a Flap in Carolina
The War at Home
Senators Question Fund Proposed for US Allies
Justice Dept. Weighs Status of Interim Authority in Iraq Case
Protester Throws Shoe at Richard Perle
US Faults Top Boeing Managers in Investigation
Ex-Boeing Director Gets Jail Term
Arms, Not the Missile, Faulted
Antiwar Nuns Take Aim at Military Companies
'Intelligence'
CIA to Cede President's Daily Brief to Negroponte
Promoting the 'Ambassador of Torture'
Tapping Deputy Spy Chief Was Open-And-Shut Case
Homeland Security
Libraries Seek to Alter PATRIOT Act
Passenger Detained, Suitcase Blown Up After Bomb Comment
Where Did I Put the Nuke?
Plant Can't Account for 66 Pounds of Plutonium
Goss: Missing Russian Nuclear Material Enough for Bomb
War on Terror
US Indicts Oregon Charity Linked to Saudis
Spain Says 'ETA Cell' Was Planning Attack
Texan Arrested After Saying He Sought bin Laden Bounty
UK Home Secretary Refuses to Back Down Over House Arrest Without Trial
Blair Faces Strong Opposition to House Arrest Plan
FBI Witness Testifies in Trial of Yemeni Cleric
Canadian Court Orders al-Qaeda Suspect Released on $40,500 Bail
Head of Ghana's Air Force Offers His Nation's Help in War on Terror
Lebanon/Syria
Syrian Troops to Stay Put in Lebanon
Syria Replaces Intelligence Chief
Syria Stung by Hariri Death Fall-Out
Australians Hunted Over Hariri Death
Lebanon's Tourist Boom in Peril After Hariri's Death
Lebanese President Vows to Find Killers
Iran
Bush: I Don't Plan on Attacking Iran, but 'Never Say Never'
Iran Urges Vigilance Against 'US and Israeli Plots'
Russia Vows to Help Iran Develop Nuclear Energy
Putin: Iran Does Not Intend to Build Nuclear Arms
Putin to Visit Iran
French FM: US May Block Iranís Entry in WTO
Palestine/Israel
Israel Agrees to Evacuate Gaza Border
Despite Massive Obstacles, Mideast Leaders Commit to Israeli Pullback
Hezbollah Rejects US Call to Disarm
The Arab Property Tycoon, the Israeli Settlements and a Clever Plan to Boost Gaza
Gaza Crossing Re-Opens to Young
Rice Defends Channeling $350 Million in Aid to PA
Russia
Inguish President Says Putin's Men Barred Him From Beslan Negotiations
Russia Making New Push for WTO Membership
Yukos Bankruptcy 'Not US Matter'
Europe
Spaniards Expected to Back Blueprint for EU
Socialists Set for Victory in Portugal
European Opinion on Bush Remains Divided
State Election Is a Test for Schroeder
US Calls for Fair Elections in Moldova
 
Contributors


2/18/2005
Sex, Lies, and Jeff Gannon


2/18/2005
Levantine Complications


2/17/2005
The 9th Nuclear State?


2/15/2005
A Fresh Approach to North Korean Nukes Is Needed

Nebojsa Malic
2/10/2005
Quislings Do It Better

Ilana Mercer
2/09/2005
Ink Stains and Blood Stains

Joseph Stromberg
2/07/2005
An Anti-Imperialist's Reading List: Part Two

Ran HaCohen
1/19/2005
The Threat of Peace

Sascha Matuszak
1/08/2005
Issues for East Asia: A Sinocentric View

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

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