Highlights

Who Killed Rafik Hariri?: Justin Raimondo
The Army You Have: Schwartz/Engelhardt
The Unfortunate Incident Protocol: Teresa Whitehurst
What Noncompliance?: Gordon Prather
Negroponte: Hack or Intel Reformer?: Tom Barry

 
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Man was/is born free, and everywhere he is in chains. One who believes himself the master of others is nonetheless a greater slave than they.
Jean Jaques Rousseau
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News
Updated March 7, 2005 - 11:24 PM EST
Iran: Back Off or Suffer Oil Shock
Bush Names Top Warhawk as UN Envoy
Syria, Lebanon Agree Pullback by End of March
Iran Says It Had to Keep Nuclear Program Secret
Hezbollah to Protest US Stance on Lebanon
Iraq Attacks Leave 31 Dead
Bulgaria Says Soldier Killed by US Troops in Iraq
Top Posts Go to Kurd, Shi'ite, Assembly to Meet March 15
US Adopts 'First Strike' Policy Against Foreign Spy Services
CIA Sent Over 100 Suspects to Overseas Torture
Viewpoints
Going to War With the Army You Have  by Michael Schwartz & Tom Engelhardt
End the Occupation! (In Lebanon, That Is)  by Zvi Bar'el
Suppose Putin Lectured Bush...
by Andrew Greeley
The Syrian Hoax by Harry Browne
The Unfortunate Incident Protocol
by Teresa Whitehurst
What Noncompliance?
by Gordon Prather

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Frontline
Poll: Americans Turning Against Iraq War
Q&A: What Is Syria's Role in Lebanon?
Assad: I Am Not Saddam Hussein
US Official: Outsourcing Interrogation 'Legal'
Iraqi General Says 10,000 Insurgents in Detention
Kurdish Towns Benefit From Iraq Insurgency
US Checkpoint Shootings of Civilians Not Uncommon
Negroponte: Policy Hack or Intelligence Reformer?
 
Italian Ex-Hostage Suggests She May Have Been US Target
Freed Hostage Attacked
Hostage Was Warned About GIs, She Says
Is There More to Giuliana Sgrena's Abduction Than Meets the Eye?
Journalist's Shooting Stirs Antiwar Sentiment in Italy
Transcript: Giuliana Sgrena Interview
Italy Grieves as Hostage Accuses US of Murder
Berlusconi Under Fire Over US Dealings
Italy's Relations With US Soured by Attack on Hostage
Rome Paid Millions for Reporter's Release in Iraq
Today in Iraq
Operations Stepped Up in Iraq to Find Zarqawi
Kidnapping Becomes Iraq's Boom Industry
Sadr-Aligned Cleric and Relief Official Slain by Gunmen in Baghdad
Group Nominates Sistani for Nobel Peace Prize
Iraq Occupation
Still Short in Iraq
Many Actions Tied to Delay in Armor for Troops in Iraq
What Iraq's Checkpoints Are Like
US Soldier Killed, Two Others Wounded North of Baghdad
A Death in the Family
Iraqi Army Takes 1st Step Toward Relieving GIs
War Equipment to Remain in Iraq Once Troops Leave
Troops in Iraq Say Phone Cards 'A Ripoff'
Global Iraq Fallout
Bulgaria to Decide Before End of March on Keeping Troops in Iraq
UK Lib Dems Demand Iraq Exit Strategy
China & Her Neighbors
China Doubts US Intel on North Korea
China Hopes EU-Supplied Firepower Will Make US Think Twice
Chinese Law May Make Invasion of Taiwan 'Legal'
Taiwanese Protest China Anti-Secession Law
China Sees Taiwan in 'Positive' Light
China Warns Against Taiwan Ties
Nepal
FM: Nepal's Emergency Rule Deters Aid Donors
Exiled Nepali Leaders Vow to Continue Struggle for Democracy
Nepalís Security Forces Destroy Maoist Bomb Factory
Asia
Oil Needs Change Strategic Face of Asia
Killers of Thai Muslim Protesters Unlikely to Be Sacked
Pakistan, Uzbekistan Sign Pact on Fighting Terrorism
Minister: Afghanistan Ignoring Womenís Rights
Sudan
UN: Sudan Is Not Getting the Aid It Was Promised
Darfur Rebels Demand Govt Withdrawal Before Talks
Africa
Whole Villages Emptied as Residents Flee Lawless Tribes in Congo
Niger Cancels 'Free-Slave' Event
In Other News
Find Fugitive General Within 10 Days, Croatia Told
Britain Begged America for Food Surplus to Build Nuclear War Stockpile
Anti-Mine Lobby Lists 90 Blighted Lands
UN: 25 Million Civilians Displaced by War Are Unprotected
 
Lebanon
Hezbollah Throws Weight Behind Syria in Lebanon
US Intervention in 1957 Lebanese Elections
In Lebanon, Unity Will Be Hard to Maintain With Syria Gone
Timeline: A Century of Dominance in Lebanon
Stark Choice for Militant Hezbollah
Syria
US, Euro Leaders Plan Syria Sanctions
Syria: No Peace Talks With Israel in Near Future
Syria Orders Two Islamists Out Under Pressure
Israeli Aide Seeks International Pressure on Syria
Jordanian FM: Syria Serious About Peace
Recruitment
Army Struggles for Recruits
Marine Corps Misses February Recruitment Goals
The War at Home
Cracking the Code to Security Contracts
Orange County Town Ends Student-Exchange Program With Spain Over Withdrawal From Iraq
Dolphin Beaching Came After Sub Exercise
Antiwar Activist Takes His Cause on the Road
UK War on Terror
Former Police Chief: There Are 200 'bin Ladens' Loose in Britain
British Radical Cleric Abu Hamza Attacked in Prison
20 UK Terrorist Suspects Could Be Held Under New Rules
Clarke Ready to Concede Ground in Battle Over House Arrest ...
...or Clarke in No Mood for Further Compromises on UK Terror Bill
Opposition Pressed on Terror Plan
Iran
Iran Threatens to Revoke Nuclear Inspection Deal
Iran Says It Will Continue Making Nuclear Fuel
Iran Criticizes EU for Lacking 'Seriousness' in Nuclear Talks
Powell Sees No Need for Military Action Against Iran
Middle East Peace?
Palestinians Say Israel to Hand Over West Bank City
Mofaz, Abbas to Meet Soon on Transfer of West Bank Cities to PA
Israelis and Palestinians Move to Break Ice on Peace
Abbas: Bush Has No Right to Prejudice Peace Deal
Sharon, Abbas to Meet Bush Separately in Washington Next Month
Arab World Warms Ties With Israel
Israel/Palestine
Israel's Sharansky Opposes PA State Executions of Collaborators
Israeli DM: Service for Conscripts Could Be Cut
Palestinians Question Five Over Tel Aviv Bombing
Report: Gaza Travel Remains Difficult
Middle East
Strain Showing in US-Turkey Ties
Moroccans Rally for War Prisoners
Support Builds for Egypt's Jailed Reformer
Kuwait Ensnared in Battle Over Women's Rights
Moldova
Communists Poised to Win Moldovan Poll - and Reject Russia
Russia Faces Loss of Another Ally After Moldovan Election
Moldova Turns Its Back on Russia
 
Contributors


3/07/2005
Who Killed Rafik Hariri?


3/04/2005
Lebanon: Hope and Trepidation


3/03/2005
Consequences of the Hague Inquisition


3/01/2005
George W. Bush Fails to Learn from Jimmy Carter's Naive Human Rights Policy

Ran HaCohen
2/28/2005
Democracy, a Free Press, and Other Fantasies

Praful Bidwai
2/26/2005
India Talks Down to Its Neighbors

Ilana Mercer
2/23/2005
Syria Out Doesn't Mean U.S. In

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

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

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

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