Highlights

Camp Casey vs. Camp Carnage: Norman Solomon
No Glory in Dying: Monica Benderman
When a Pullout Is Just a Cease-Fire by Leon Hadar
Allies and Vassals: Nebojsa Malic
London Last Police Lie Blown Off: Sanjay Suri

 
Quotable
Petroleum is a more likely cause of international conflict than wheat.
Simone Weil
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News
Updated August 18, 2005 - 10:59 PM EDT
Bad War News Worries Many in GOP
US Diplomat Named in Israel Spy Case
Israeli Troops Storm Gaza Synagogue
Gaza Protesters Hurl Acid at Police

State Dept Warned of Poor Iraq Planning

Charter Delay May Frustrate US More Than Iraq

Roadside Bomb Kills 4 US Soldiers in Iraq

London Police Chief Tried to Stop Shooting Inquiry

Texas Coast to Be Patrolled by Unmanned Drones
1,500 Vigils Across US Support Sheehan Protest
Sheehan Temporarily Leaves Protest as Mother Suffers Stroke
Viewpoints
When a Pullout Is Just a Cease-Fire
by Leon Hadar
Israel's Withdrawal Is Both Historic and Deceptive  by Rami G. Khouri
Leave Iraq Before It Blows Up in Our Faces  by Donald Devine
Camp Casey vs. Camp Carnage
by Norman Solomon
No Glory in Dying  by Monica Benderman
Britain Expels Unwelcome Ideas
by Steve Chapman

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Frontline
Afghan Blast Kills 2 GIs, Wounds 2 Others

22 US Soldiers Died Last Week in Iraq

After Bombs Kill 43 in Baghdad, Grief and Anger Hit the Airwaves

Joint Chiefs Chairman Denies Iraq Expectations Lowered

New Zealanders Reject Sending Troops to Iraq

Thanks to US Taxpayers, Iraq Enjoys Some of World's Cheapest Gas

War in Afghanistan Has Intensified

US Officials: Sino-Russian War Games a Message to US

US Soldier Chronicles Abuse, Hard Times in Iraq

US Drive to Scrap UN Reform Plan

 
London: Last Police Lie Blown Off
Iraqi Politics

Sunni Group Criticizes Iraq Constitution Panel

Iraqi Convicts Bound for Gallows, First Since Saddam...

...but Iraqi President Won't Sign Death Warrants

Attacks Continue
Triple Blast Timed to Cause Complete Carnage in Baghdad
Arrests in Deadly Baghdad Bombings
Two US Soldiers Killed in Iraq

Amid Blasts, Iraq Glass Salesmen Smile

  Security Incidents in Iraq, Aug. 18

Security Incidents in Iraq, Aug. 17

Iraq Today

700 More Troops to Be Sent to Iraq to Bolster Prison Operations

Many Casualties as Bombs Explode at Baghdad Bus Station

UK-Trained Iraq Soldiers Graduate

Steven Vincent's Final Days

Iran

The Military Strike Option Against Iran

Russia: Attacking Iran Would Be 'Dangerous'

Iran's New 'Cabinet of Unknowns'

Afghanistan

Bomb Kills Policeman, 16 Wounded in Afghanistan

Two Marines Wounded in Taliban Attack

Wind Blamed for Chopper Crash in Afghanistan

Spanish Soldier: Helicopter in Afghanistan Was Attacked

Iraq Is Hell, but Is It Still Better Than Afghanistan?

Top CIS Security Official Says Major Threat Comes From Afghanistan

Afghan Elections

Campaigning Begins in Afghanistan

Afghanistan: Policies in Short Supply as Election Campaigning Begins

Fear Keeps Afghan Candidates Off Streets

Without Improvements, Afghans Could Lose Faith in New Govt

South Asia

Boy Dies as Terrorists Unleash Wave of 200 Bombs Across Bangladesh

40,000 Pakistani Troops Deployed to 'Maintain Law and Order' During Local Elections

Indian State Bans Maoist Group

Southeast Asia

Manila Truck Bomb Plot on Western Embassies Thwarted

Bali Conspirators' Jail Terms Cut

North Korea

Two Koreas Mark Anniversary With Rare Unity

Russian Envoy: North Korea Would Give Up Nukes if US Gives Up Threats

US, South Korea to Hold 12-Day Military Drill

US Military Official: We Have No Nukes in South Korea

Americas

Rumsfeld: Cuba, Venezuela Fomenting Unrest in Bolivia

A US CEO Makes a Bid to Run Haiti

Ecuador to Declare Emergency, Oil Production Falls

Russia

US to Participate in Moscow Air Show

Putin Dresses Up to Play War Games

Africa

Uganda Kills 20 Child-Stealing Rebels in Southern Sudan

Annan: Rebels Making Darfur Crisis Worse

Western Sahara's Polisario Front to Free All Moroccan POWs

Nigerian Villagers Force Shell Plant Closure

Death Squads Linked to Ivorian President

Europe

Madrid Suspect Held in Serbia

Disquiet Over Rehabilitation of Milosevic Family

Australia

Australia Developing Military Robots

 
A Shooting in London

London Cops Executed Brazilian as He Calmly Sat on Train, Reading Paper

Slain Brazilian's Family: London Police Tried to Bully Us Into Silence

London Police Chief's Job on the Line

Call to Suspend UK's 'Shoot-to-Kill' Rule

A Mother vs. a President

State Senator, FBI Whistleblower to Join Vigil at Bush Ranch

Antiwar Vigil in US Moves Closer to Bush

Chicago Soldier's Mother Joins Texas Vigil

UK War at Home

UK Soldiers' Families Press for Iraq Inquiry

UK Father: Soldiers Sent to War on 'A Pack of Lies'

UK War on Terror

Britain's ID Cards Could Be Used for Mass Surveillance System

London Bomb Suspect's Extradition From Italy Approved

UK Police Arrest Soldier Under Terrorism Laws

Gaza Evictions Progress
Two Sides to a Withdrawal

Settlers Use Children as Propaganda Pieces

Settlers Literally Dragged Kicking and Screaming From Gaza

Troops Use Persuasion, Force in Evacuation of Gaza Settlers

West Bank Woman Sets Herself On Fire to Protest Gaza Eviction

Settlers' Resistance Fades as Troops Clear Homes

Anger and Anguish as Israeli Soldiers Drive Out Settlers

Curses as Military Machine Turns Might on Settlers

In Gaza, Defiance Tempered by Tears

Gaza Rabbis Both Rouse and Calm

12 Historic Hours in Gaza

Cheap Labor, Cheap Deal

Palestinians and the Pullout

Mortars Fired at Gaza Settlement

Disengagement Brings Music to Gaza's Ears

Rooftop Refugees Watch Settlement Eviction With Glee

Hamas: Resistance to Continue After Pullout

Palestinian Family Longs for Disappearance of the Wall

Gaza Fisherman Hoping Pullout Ends Stifling Israeli Restrictions

Palestinians Fear 'Big Prison' After Pullout

Israeli Army Says Thwarted Terror Attack by Palestinians During Pullout

Israeli Terror Rising

Settler Kills Three West Bank Palestinians in Cold Blood

Sharon Slams 'Grave' Terror Attack on Palestinians

Israel

New US Envoy to Israel Is Used to Duty in Hot Spots

Pentagon: Weapons Tech Transfers to Israel to Restart

Middle East

Syria Denies Crisis on Borders With Lebanon

Syria Releases Opposition Members

Kuwait's PM Denies Reports of Pending Power Shake-Up

Jordan Buys Russian Military Transport Planes

Turkey Arrests Two Uranium Smugglers

'Bedouins of Palestinian Origin' Said Behind Sinai Blasts

Egyptian Election Campaign Opens

At a Crossroads, Saudi King Tests the Winds of Reform

The War at Home
Democrat Senator Calling for Iraq Pullout in 2006

Former Marine Marksman Accused of Shooting Down Albuquerque Copter

State Dept. Reshuffling on Hold

US Military
Military Jury Convicts Army Reservist of Abusing Detainee in Afghanistan

Army Combat Training: Not Just for Combat Troops Anymore

Man Charged With Desertion During Vietnam

 
Contributors


8/17/2005
In Defense of Cindy Sheehan


8/18/2005
Allies and Vassals


8/16/2005
Time to Streamline Burdensome Airport Security


8/06/2005
Europe Plays Nuclear Poker With Iran

Alan Bock
8/05/2005
Constitution: How's Chances?

Sascha Matuszak
8/03/2005
Free the Diplomats

Ran HaCohen
7/30/2005
Disengagement's Foreplay

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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