The Pipeline From Hell: Justin Raimondo
Afghanistan: An Imperial Dilemma: Alan Bock
The Left's Lesson in Star Wars: Jack Ross
Kurds Still Without Govt: Mhd. Abdulqadir
Crossing Nuclear Thresholds: Engelhardt/Schell

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Updated May 27, 2005 - 11:25 PM EDT

Most Americans See Iraq Going 'Badly'

Pentagon Substantiates Some Koran Allegations

US Govt: Prisoner Recants Koran Claims

Judge Says US Must Release Iraq Prison Photos
Saudi Arabia on State of Alert as King Hospitalized
20 Killed as Suicide Blast Rips Through Shrine in Pakistan
Turmoil as Chirac Plans to Disregard 'No' Vote
Crossing Nuclear Thresholds
by Tom Engelhardt and Jonathan Schell
The Lesson for the Left in
Star Wars  
by Jack Ross

US Removes the Nuclear Brakes
by Reuven Pedatzur

What's in a Name?
by Arnaud de Borchgrave

UzBushistan  by David Corn
20,000 Dead-Enders  by Ari Berman

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Senate Intel Committee Considers PATRIOT Act Expansion Bill in Secret

No Intentional Abuse of Koran at Guantánamo, General Says

Bush Pledges $50 Million to Abbas
Two GIs Die in Iraq Helicopter Crash
40,000 Iraqi Troops Will Ring Baghdad

Iran Set for WTO Talks After US Drops Opposition


Democrats Win Crucial Bolton Vote Delay

Occupying Iraq

Overlapping Rotations Will Raise Troop Numbers in Iraq

Jaafari Has No Date for Withdrawal of Foreign Troops

Iraqi Govt Asks UN to Let US Forces Remain

Three Escape From Abu Ghraib

Biometric Access Card Project Underway for US Bases in Iraq

Realities vs. Policy: Women Face Growing Combat Roles in Iraq

The War Goes On

Nine Killed in Baghdad Attacks

Three More Journalists Killed in Iraq

Senior Industry Ministry Official Killed in Baghdad

US Forces Kill 'Human Shield' Child in Iraq

Iraqi Dog Bomb Misses US Troops

Analysts: Insurgents Regrouped and Refocused

Police: Militants Control Tal Afar

Shift to Sectarian Killings Feared in Iraq

Marine Killed in Latest US Iraq Offensive

Iraq Today

Shi'ites Offer Sunnis Bigger Role in Iraq Constitution

UN: Iraq Emerging as Transit Point for Narcotics

Iraqi Doctors Fear Possible Cholera Outbreak in Summer

Baghdad's Haifa Street Finally Finds Calm

Glass Salesmen Take Home Uneasy Profits in Shattered Baghdad

Kurds Still Without Govt After January Poll

Fate of US Hostage in Iraq Unknown


Zarqawi Group May Face Leadership Crisis

Report: Al-Qaeda Names Deputy to Zarqawi in Iraq

Iraqi Govt, US Delight in al-Qaeda's Troubles

Rumsfeld Likens Zarqawi to Hitler


Abbas, in Washington, Notes US Priorities

Time Is Short for a Deal With Israel, Abbas Tells Bush

Bush Backs Palestinian State

No Progress in Egypt-Hamas Talks on PA Election Crisis

Hamas, Fatah Agree on Dialogue to End Tensions

A New Role for Hamas: Running Gaza's Cities

Planting to Stay: Gaza Settlers Sow for Next Year

Most Israeli Settlers Agree in Principle to Leave Gaza

Settlers Set 'Impossible' Demands for Move


Iran Leader Urges Voters to Elect Anti-US President

Pakistan Helps Iran Nuclear Probe


'No' Vote Won't Stop EU Growth

Militant Islamism Lures Teenage Recruits in Europe

Spanish Authorities Jail Basque Politician

Yet Another NATO Raid on Karadzic's House

EU Gains Time in Bid to Quell Iran's Nuclear Ambitions

Italian Police Raid Newspaper Offices After Iraq Weapons Report

EU: Quotas on Chinese Goods Will Be 'Temporary'

Cuba, Venezuela Again Demand US Turn Over Posada

Chávez: Venezuela Not Seeking Conflict With US

Coup Rumors, Peasant Protests Put Bolivia on Edge

Bolivia Admiral Denies Coup Plan

AOS Chief Aims to Make Group More Relevant

US Navy College Scholar Faces Jail for Visiting Girlfriend in Cuba


US Pledges $50 Million to Help Fund Darfur Occupation

6,000 Sudanese Refugees on Epic Trek Home

Another 7,000 People Held in Zimbabwe for Making a Living

Abuse, Torture, Murder

Marine Cleared in Deaths of Two Iraqis

Sgt.: No Regret in Shooting Unarmed Iraqi

Gitmo Linguist: Abuse Was Inevitable

Legal Scholars Call for Prisoner-Abuse Probe

Trial Gives Glimpse of CIA's Iraq Role

US Military

Tillmans Not Alone Fighting War Secrecy

Newsweek and the White House: Lies That Cost Lives

Army's Recruitment Crisis Deepens

CIA Overseeing 3-Day War Game on Internet

Veteran Parents Having Mixed Emotions

Slain Soldier Worried About Iraq Mission

US Military 'Rocks' Spy World

The Naval Academy's Graduating Class of 9/11

Poll Shows Mixed Support for Female GIs

United States

US Brochure Drops Arms-Control Deals

Horrors of Iraq War Shaping a Generation

NY Peace Pastor Sues Government Over Iraq Trip Penalties

Central Asia

Uzbekistan Govt Shuts Off Andijan

US-Based Rights Group Pushes for Probe Into Andijan Violence

Pipelineistan's Biggest Game Begins


'Tampa Terror Cell' Described at Trial

British Ambassador Says Hunt for bin Laden Still On

Gaza Plan Leads to Warning of Rise in Jewish Terror

Middle East

Syria Says It Nabs 1,200 Headed for Iraq

Violence Mars Egypt Referendum

Egypt to Have First Multicandidate Vote

Five Killed as Kurds, Army Clash in Southeast Turkey


Hezbollah 'Armed for Democracy'

Lebanon 'Smashes Israel Spy Ring'

Iran Defends Hizbollah's Right to Arms in Lebanon

Christians Demand a Say in Lebanon's Future


Taliban FM: Hiding bin Laden Was a Mistake

Few Women Sign Up to Run in Afghan Elections

Over 6,000 Afghans to Stand in Parliamentary Elections

40 Tons of Afghan Opium Confiscated

Opium Remains Major Source of Income in Afghanistan

In Afghanistan, the Taliban Still Lurks

Key Taliban Commander Among 13 Captured by Afghan Troops

Two Dutch Soldiers Injured in Afghan Bomb Explosion

East Asia

US: China Must Change Currency Policies

China Says It Will Hold New Japan Talks

US Hints at Flexible Approach to North Korea on Talks

US Official: North Korean Regime Will Collapse Under Communism

South Asia

India, China Troops to Train Jointly as Ties Warm

Nepal Police Detain 50 Protesters

Nepal Frees 20 Political Detainees

Musharraf May Prolong His Rule; America Would Be Pleased

Musharraf Demands Punishment for Koran Desecrators

Southeast Asia

Market Pressure Forces Sultan of Brunei to Ditch Harsh Islamic Laws

US Closes Embassy in Indonesia, Citing Threat

Indonesia Jails Papuans for 15 Years for Flying Separatist Flag


The Pipeline From Hell

Afghanistan: An Imperial Dilemma

The Harvest of Messianic Foreign Policy: Anti-US Radical Islam

Back to Kosovo

Ran HaCohen
The Palestinian Gandhi

Praful Bidwai
India, Pakistan Take a Big Stride Forward

Sascha Matuszak
Laowai and Zibenren

Joseph Stromberg
An Anti-Imperialist's Reading List: Part Two

Matthew Barganier
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