Highlights

Unbearable Lightness of Being 'Condi': Leon Hadar
Iraq and Iran: Still the Axis of Evil?: Aaron Glantz
Iraqi Shadow Seen Over Train Attacks: Sanjay Suri
$250,000 Per Settler: Charley Reese
India's New Compact with the US: Praful Bidwai

 
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News
Updated July 17, 2005 - 11:19 PM EDT
Suicide Bomb Kills 98 in Fireball in Iraq
Attacks Continue Sunday: 4 Bombers Kill 22
Britain Eyes Scaling Back In Iraq
Report: Secret US Aid Planned to Sway Iraq Vote
Rove Was First Source on CIA Agent: Reporter
UK Police: Terror Hunt 'To Take Decades'
Probe Widens With 6 Held in Pakistan, Chemist in Egypt
Egypt Says London Blasts Suspect Not Linked to al-Qaeda
Viewpoints
US Paying a Quarter of a Million Dollars Per Settler  by Charley Reese
The Unbearable Lightness of Being 'Condi'  by Leon Hadar
Extraordinary Rendition: In Italy, It's a Crime  by Nat Hentoff
Iraq and Iran: Still the Axis of Evil?
by Aaron Glantz
Withdrawal Would Curb Terrorism
by Salim Lone
Space Weapons Put World at Risk
by William D. Hartung

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Frontline
Poll: Bush Approval Rating at 42 Percent
Blair Blocks Envoy's Book on Iraq
US Charges 11 GIs With Abuse of Iraq Detainees
Iraq: Mounting Casualties
Iraq Bombs Kill 7 Iraqi Police, 3 British Troops
UK Soldiers Forced to Shout 'Bang' as Army Runs Out of Ammo
Iraqis File First Case Against Saddam
Suicide Bombs Potent Tools of Terrorists
Two Suspected of Planning Attack on Israeli Consulate in Los Angeles
 
Friday: Surge of Baghdad Suicide Bombs and IEDs Kills 30, Injures 111; 2 Marines Killed, 7 GIs Injured
Today in Iraq
Threats Driving Shi'ites Out of Homes in Iraq
217 Suspects Arrested in Iraq Within 24 Hours
Iraq's Dhi Qar Province Unstable - Italian Commander
Report: Iraq Foils Assassination Attempt
No Date Yet for Saddam Hussein's Trial - Court
By Courting Sunnis, GIs See Security Rise in a Sinister Town
Attacks Continue
Suicide Bomber Sends Iraq Deeper Into Despair
British Tourists Hit in Suicide Blast
Triple Suicide Attack Raises Questions in Iraq
Security Incidents in Iraq, July 16
The New Iraq
Iraq's Christians Fearful of Islamic Law
La.-Trained Lawyers Find Niche in Iraq
Baghdad Statue Commemorates Founder of Iraqi Republic
Iran-Iraq Rapprochement
Iran, Iraq Herald 'New Chapter' in Shi'ite-Led Alliance
Iraqi Premier Arrives in Iran in First Visit by Government Official Since Saddam's Ouster
Iran Says Old Foe Iraq Is Now Its Brother
Iran, Iraq Examine Repatriation of Iraqi Migrants
Iran and Iraq Close to Security Pact
Iraq Reviewing Pipeline Plan
Iraq Keen to Use Iran's Expertise on Energy Production
Global Iraq Fallout
Top British Ex-Diplomat Blasts US Invasion of Iraq
Egypt's Top Imam Calls for Iraqi Unity
Iraq Donors to Meet in Jordan
Americans Keep Dying
Soldier (MD) Returning From Iraq Dies Mysteriously in Germany
Soldier (OH) Wounded on Fathers Day in Iraq Dies
'A Good Soldier, a Wonderful Son' (HI)
Father Recalls Fallen Soldier (MO) as Friend, Partner
Helicopter Pilot (FL) Killed in Afghanistan Crash
Navy Seal (OR) Dies in Afghan Copter Crash
Navy Seal (CA) Killed in Afghanistan
Klagetoh (AZ) Honors Marine Killed in Afghanistan
Navy Seal From Texas Found Dead in Afghanistan
Colorado Seal Dies in Afghanistan
Former McKeesport (PA) Police Officer Killed in Iraq
PA Marine Killed in Iraq
Flomaton (AL) Marine Dies in Iraq
Texas Soldier Dies Serving in Iraq
Iowa Army Medic Dies in Iraq
Humvee Crash Kills West Virginia Man in Iraq
Afghanistan
Taliban Hang Tribal Elder in Southern Afghanistan
Seven Afghan Policemen Slain in Raid
US Army Releases 20 Afghan Prisoners
Thousands Attend Border Funerals
Pakistan/India/Kashmir
25 Killed in Indian Kashmir as Army Searches for Militants
India to Review Troops Cut in Kashmir
EU Seeks Pakistan Help for Peaceful Afghan Polls
China/Taiwan
In Washington, Chevron Works to Scuttle Chinese Bid
Taiwan Opposition KMT Elects Taipei Mayor as New Leader
Thailand
Buddhist-Muslim Violence Raises Tensions
Thai Teachers Tote Guns to Arm Against Muslim Militants
Asia
Indonesian President Puts Aceh Deal in Doubt
Arroyo Supporters Rally in Philippines
North Korea Moving to Restart Experimental Nuke Reactor
Nepal Raises Security Spending to Fight Rebels
Bangladeshi Troops Raid Myanmar Rebel Camp
France
France 'To Expel Radical Imams'
Chirac Rival Deals Out Royal Insult
Europe
Russia's Putin Orders New Push to Crush Insurgents
Four Serbs May Get 20 Years for Killings
Africa
Bush Frees Money for African Troops in Sudan
Congo Army Says 41 Gunmen Killed in Eastern Clashes
Ivory Coast Leader Reports Passing Laws Agreed to in Peace Pact
Ethiopia: Govt Lifts Ban on Demonstrations in Addis
Zimbabwe Briefly Halting Demolitions
Guinea-Bissau Government Sites Attacked
Cuba
Movie Shot in Cuba Against Embargo Screened in Miami Beach
Ignoring Embargo, Americans Film in Cuba
Colombia
Opponents of Colombia's Uribe Losing Steam - Poll
Weekend Reviews
Revolt on the Tigris (Excerpt)
New Book Examines Occupation Through Iraqis' Eyes
Books Add to Campaign to Demonize Iran
New Middle Eastern Paradigm
 
London
Islam School Denies Bomber Visit
Was It Suicide?
MI5 Judged Bomber 'No Threat'
UK Not to Get Egypt Terror Suspect
London Bombing Death Toll Increases, Probe Widens
The Investigation
Closing the Net
Police Snipers Track al-Qaeda Suspects
The London Bombers Caught Together on Camera
Messages Hint at London Blast Recruiting
Britain Gives Pakistan List of London Bombing Suspects
Deadly Failings in Terror Fight
Foiled UK Plots From Sarin Gas to Hijackings
Leads and Theories
Inside the Breeding Ground for Fanatics
The Pakistan Connection
British Bomber Had Links With al-Qaeda
Teacher 'Led Terror Attacks'
Middle-Class Bombers Find DIY 'Martyr Belt' Online
London Bombers Have Ties to United States
The Web of Terror
A Black Market for Bomb Materials Is Said to Flourish in Europe
Bomber Was Given House of Commons Tour by a Labour MP
Suicide Bomber's Family Suspect Son Was 'Brainwashed'
Aftermath
The Reconstruction: 7/7 - What Really Happened?
Three Cities, Four Killers
Victims of the Bombers Identified So Far
The Unidentified Victims
Lessons of 9/11 Help in Delicate Task of Identifying Blast Victims
Muslims in Britain
London-Based Radical Salutes Bombs 'Victory'
Anger Burns on the Fringe of Britain's Muslims
Young British Muslims Face an Identity Crisis
Rise in Anti-Muslim Attacks
A Muslim View
Islam UK: Anger and Sorrow on the Streets of Beeston
Blair Lashes Out at 'Evil Ideology' of Islamic Extremism
Britain Reacts
Blair: Bombs Not Revenge for Iraq
Blair: We Cannot Change Foreign Policy Course
Pressure Grows on Britain to Timetable Withdrawal From Iraq
Iraq Factor Returns to Haunt Blair
No. 10 to Undergo Security Revamp
Police Summit to Rewrite Manual on Terror Tactics
US War on Terror
London-Style Attack Might Be Inevitable, Say Americans
US Muslims' Ad Rejects Violence
Calif. Imam, Son Agree to Deportations to Pakistan
Group Launches Civilian Patrol of US-Mexico Border
Immigration Sting Puts 2 US Agencies at Odds
Sensors in Place to Detect Deadly Biological Agents
Plame CIA Leak Case
State Dept. Memo Gets Scrutiny in Leak Inquiry on CIA Officer
Rove's Knowledge of Agent Is at Odds With Denial of Role
Bush Allies, Critics Go All Out in Fight Over Rove
White House in Panic Over Spy Scandal
Bush Stands Behind His Chief Adviser Despite Political Storm
Shades of Cover
US Military
US Bases Face Flak
Intelligence Center, Contractor on Cozy Terms
US Still Pursuing Nuclear Options 60 Years After First Bomb
Governors Concerned on National Guard
Ak Gov. Threatens to Sue Pentagon Over Base Closures
Training Foreign Forces in Air Force Special Ops
Iran
Iran Tells EU It Will Hold Firm on Nuclear Fuel
Iran Announces al-Qaeda Arrests
Gaza Exploding at Both Ends
IDF Poised for Massive Sweep Into Gaza
Israel Ready to Send in the Tanks as Gaza Moves Closer to Civil War
Abbas in TV Peace Plea as Violence Puts Israel's Gaza Withdrawal at Risk
Sharon Vows Gaza Pullout Won't Be Stopped
Settlers, Troops Clash at Crossing, 30 Qassams Hit Israel
Escalation May Snag Disengagement
Israeli Police to Launch Large-Scale Pre-Pullout Exercise Sunday
IDF to Stiffen Checks on Israeli Cars at Green Line
Palestinian Officer Injured in Clashes With Hamas
Palestinian Infighting Behind Upsurge in Violence
Hamas Vows Revenge on Israel as Violence Surges
Two Killed, Dozens Hurt in PA-Hamas Clashes in Gaza Strip
Israel/Palestine
US Demands Israel Aid Be Used to Boost Bedouin and Druze
Bush Waives Restrictions on Palestinian Aid
Israel Arrests 26 in West Bank Raids
Yemen Urges Quartet to Stop Fence Building
An Ultra-Orthodox Mayor in an Unorthodox City
Middle East
Bomb Blast in Turkish Resort Kills Five in Second Attack in a Week
Saudi Body Rejects Womens Concerns
In Egypt's Countryside, Farmers' Anger Seen as 'Silent Time Bomb'
Europe Peace Caravan Arrives in Syria Today
 
Contributors


7/15/2005
Rove-gate: Who Leaked
to the Leakers?


7/16/2005
India Moves Toward a New Compact with the United States


7/15/2005
In Search of a New Middle Eastern Paradigm


7/14/2005
Smokescreen

Ivan Eland
7/12/2005
Why Did Terrorists Strike London?

Ran HaCohen
7/02/2005
The Seeds of Fascism

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?

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