Highlights

Secrecy and the Warfare State: Ellsberg/Horton
I Wrote Bush's War Words in 1965: Daniel Ellsberg
Summer Scandals: Justin Raimondo
Defining Proliferation Downward: Gordon Prather
Required Reading: Jim Lobe

 
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News
Updated July 4, 2005 - 11:02 PM EDT
Living in the Shadow of US Occupation
Iraq Admits: Security Forces Tortured Detainees
Afghan Governor: US Bombing Killed 17 Civilians
US Endures Deadliest Year in Afghanistan
Iraqi Govt Worried About Civilian Killings by US
America's Heartlands: Torn on the Fourth of July
Rove Denies Outing CIA Agent
US Delight as Iraqi Rebels Turn on al-Qaeda Fighters
GOP Sen. Hagel: 'Stay the Course' Not a Viable Policy in Iraq
Viewpoints
Secrecy and the Warfare State
Daniel Ellsberg Interview by Scott Horton
I Wrote Bush's War Words – in 1965
Daniel Ellsberg
Defining Proliferation Downward
by Gordon Prather
Not Dominion, but Liberty
by John Nichols
The Heart of Darkness  by Burton Lee III
America Held Hostage  by Paul Krugman

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Frontline
Imam Abducted in Italy Was a CIA Informant
2 Missing GIs in Afghanistan Found Dead, Fate of Last Member Unclear
Israeli Cabinet Rejects 3-Month Gaza Pullout Delay
US Government Secrecy Reaches Historic High
Militant Groups in Iraq Name Spokesman
Election Monitors Accused of Spreading Revolutions at Polls
 
Island Paradise or Torture Chamber?
Today in Iraq
Egypt's Top Diplomat in Iraq Presumed Abducted in Baghdad
Security Incidents in Iraq July 3
Shi'ites Question US Overtures to Sunni Rebels
US 'Regrets' Slaying of Swiss Citizen in Iraq
Police Force Often the Only Hope for Jobless Iraqis
Iraq Occupation
US Attorney General Makes Surprise Baghdad Visit
Gonzales: FBI to Aid Iraqi Investigations
American Soldiers Have Killed 17 Media Staff in Iraq
Marines to Help Iraqi Troops Police Iraq
Lockdown Brings Law to 'Lawless' Iraqi Town of Buhriz
The New Iraq
Southern Iraq Marred by Lack of Governance, Corruption, and Unemployment
Iranian-Iraqis Returning, Expelling New Owners
Parched Baghdadis Due for Limited Relief: Water Officials
Iraq Has Lost $11b in Damage to Oil Sector
Baghdad Barbers Fear Religious Fanatics
Afghanistan
31 Killed in Southern Afghanistan Battles
Afghan Civilians Die in US Raid
Militants Shoot Afghan Cleric Dead
Afghan Refugee Arrested for Trying to Smuggle Explosives From Pakistan
India/Pakistan/Kashmir
Pakistani FM: No Need to Panic Over Indo-US Defense Pact
11 Die in Kashmir Violence
Koreas
Glimpses of a Hermit Nation
North Korea Appears on the Brink of Famine
Officer Faults NCOs for Sexual Assaults in South Korea
Philippines
Philippine President Battles for Survival
Philippine Government, Rebels Resume Talks
Philippine University to Arroyo: Resign
Asia
Uzbek Opposition Asks US to Push for Inquiry
Who Started Kyrgyzstan's Revolution?
Nepal Parties Lay Down Conditions for Talks With Govt, Maoists
Sri Lanka FM Questions Impartiality of Norway
Albania
Albanian Exit Polls Favoring Opposition
Key Facts About the Albanian Election
Germany
German Election Heats Up as Legal Doubts Linger
Leftists Mount a New Challenge to Schroeder
Europe
Kosovo Leaders: Blasts Meant to Block Independence
Montenegro Denies Hiding Top War Crimes Suspect
Greek Leader to Make Turkey Visit
Britain Seeks Low-Profile Path to Turkey EU Talks
Lukashenko: Belarus Has Friends, Will Repel Foes
Luxembourg May Revive EU Treaty
Close Russia-EU Relations Called 'Essential' to World Stability
An Unlikely Antiwar Hero for Russians
Mexico
Fox's Party Trails in a Key State
Mexico Braces for Next Move by Elusive Leader of Zapatista Rebels
Americas
US Sees Security Hitches With Venezuela
Drug Case Chilled US-Colombia Ties
United Nations
Russia, France Back Germany's Bid for UN Security Council Seat
Russia, China Jointly Oppose 4 Nations' Plan for UNSC Reform
 
US Military
Despite Official Reassurances, Young Men Feeling a Draft
Is Your Kid's Name on the Pentagon's List?
Military Says Obese Recruits Put Nation at Risk
Task Force Suggests Decoys for Pentagon Network
VA Not Ready for Casualties From 2 Fronts, Critics Say
Arlington Cemetery Undergoes Expansion
The War at Home
CIA, Pentagon Seek to Avoid Overlap
Proposed Ground Zero Museums Causing Friction
Jail for Journalists Sparks Fears Over US Press Freedoms
Homeland Security
Nichols Reveals Role in Oklahoma City Bombing, Mom Says
Report: Protecting Mount Rushmore From Terrorism Difficult
How Visa System Failed to Flag Lodi Imam
Small Plane Forced to Land After Violating DC Air Space
War on Terror
US Seen Prodding Allies in Terror War
Los Alamos Computer Simulators Test Terror Situations
OSCE Report: Gitmo Should Be Closed
Sibling to Defend Osama if Needed
Iran
Bush: World United Against Iran
Iran: US, Israel Waging Smear Campaign
Iran's Govt Frets Over Effects of Its Own Oil Subsidies
Former Iran Agent: 1979 Pic Not Ahmadinejad
Iran Urges Europe Not to Fall Into US 'Trap' Over Ahmadinejad
Syria
Syrian Troops, Militant Die in Clash
Syria Spy Chief Says He Has No Foreign Assets for US to Freeze
Syrian Kurds 'Rise Up' in Tense Border City
Lebanon
Poll-Related Shooting Kills One in Lebanon
Power Rationing Keeps Most of Lebanon in the Dark
Palestine/Israel
Hamas Set to Steer Clear of Palestinian Govt Until Elections
Qureia: Talks With Hamas, Islamic Jihad to Begin Soon
Israel Foiled Kidnapping of Soldiers by Hezbollah Squad
Some West Bank Settlers Dig in Their Heels as Pullout Looms
Police Arrest Alleged Ringleader of Lynch Mob in Jerusalem
Jordan
Jordan Frees Former Mentor of Iraq's Most Wanted Man
Jordanian PM Unveils New Cabinet to Gain Parliament's Support for Reform
Jordan Upholds Convictions of Eight Militants
Egypt
Egyptian PM: No Regrets in Accepting Suspects From CIA
Egypt, Israel Near Deal on Philadelphi Deployment
Middle East
Saudi Forces Kill Top al-Qaeda Militant
Kuwait Speaker Wants Legal Political Parties
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Deportation From UK Stopped
Bishops Lament Zimbabwe 'Tragedy'
Africa
Trial of King's Critics Suggests Morocco's New Openness Has Limits
Burundi to Vote Again Under Shadow of Violence
Congolese Soldiers Rampage After Colleague Killed
Chad Says Darfur Rebel Rifts Are Big Obstacle for Talks
Polls Close in Mauritius Election
Ethiopian Soldiers Block Roads to Protest Pay
 
Contributors


7/04/2005
Summer Scandals


7/02/2005
The Seeds of Fascism


7/01/2005
Signs of Decline


6/30/2005
The Mask of Power

Ivan Eland
6/28/2005
Negotiations with Iraqi Rebels Are a Good Start But Not Enough

Praful Bidwai
6/03/2005
World Cannot Afford Failure on the Nuclear Front

Sascha Matuszak
4/11/2005
Laowai and Zibenren

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

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

Additional Contributors


 
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