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Do You Feel Any Safer?: Teresa Whitehurst
Foreign Policy of the Old Right by Murray Rothbard
Spineless Democrats: Joshua Frank
Posse Comitatus at Stake: Niko Kyriakiou

 
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News
Updated October 10, 2005 - 11:03 PM EDT
Iraq War's US Toll Nearing 2,000
A Central Pillar of Iraq Policy Crumbling
US Weighed Military Strikes in Syria
Harsh Stance Toward Syria Could Backfire
Earthquake Tragedy Brings Rivals Together
Constitution Vote Could Spell the End for Iraq's Unpopular PM
12 Iraqis, 1 GI Killed as Militants Launch Pre-Vote Attacks
Expanded Military Powers at Home Unnecessary, Political
Viewpoints
Washington Democrats: No Will, No Backbone  by Joshua Frank
Unlike the Rest of His Party, Feingold Has Guts  by Robert Kuttner
Would You Give Your Child for This?  by Wendy Chambers
The Case of the Missing Notebook
by Greg Mitchell
The Foreign Policy of the Old Right
by Murray N. Rothbard
Tenet's Revenge  by Robert Dreyfuss

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Frontline
Iran: US in No Position to Attack
Sharon Casts Doubt on Meeting With Abbas
US Diplomat Says Syria Not Heeding US Calls
Curfews Begin as 70,000 Iraqi Troops Take to the Streets
Occupiers Claim Basra Police Obeying Militias' Orders
Looking Back on CIA Links to Drug Dealers
UK Terror Suspects' Links With Iraq Investigated
Poll: Confidence in Anti-Terror Response Drops
CIA Leak: Karl Rove and the Case of the Missing E-Mail
 
British-Run Basra Hit by New Wave of Violence
Today in Iraq
US Says 90 Rebels Killed in Western Iraq Sweeps
Reporters' Mysterious Deaths in Basra Chill Press Corps
Inside a Refugee Camp in al-Anbar Province
Iraq Struggling to Survive
Marines Who Stormed Fallujah Back in Iraq
Saddam Hussein
Saddam May Face Execution Before Standing Trial on All Charges
Saddam Trial Looks Set for Slow Start
First Day of Saddam Trial Could Be Anticlimactic
Bid to Delay Saddam's Trial Dismissed
Attacks Continue
Three US Marines Die in Combat in Iraq
Suicide Car Bomb Kills Two in Basra
Car Bomb Kills Child in Iraq's Basra
Security Incidents in Iraq, Oct. 10
Security Incidents in Iraq, Oct. 9
Iraqi Constitution
Groups Hold Negotiations on Iraq Charter
Iraq Urges Citizens to Vote in Referendum
Constitutional Crux: Can Iraqis Agree to Disagree?
US Official Upbeat Ahead of Iraq Referendum
US Official Dismisses Sunni Concerns Iraq's New Constitution Will Lead to Breakup
The New Iraq
America's Friends in Iraq's Mountains
Poor Migrants Work in Iraqi Netherworld
Iraq Expects Higher Oil Exports, Foreign Involvement
Sunni Spokesman Sees Role as Iraq's 'Gerry Adams'
Iraq to Buy One Million Tons of US Wheat: Deputy PM
Global Iraq Fallout
Analysts Claim Arms From Iraq Caused Blast at Hezbollah Base
Iraq's Jabor Regrets Attack on Saudi Arabia
77 Per Cent of Japanese Oppose Extending Iraqi Mission, Survey Indicates
Brazilian Psychic Sues US for Saddam Reward
Afghanistan
4 British Officials Hurt in Afghan Blast
Afghan Ruler Swaps Controversial US Bodyguards
Military: Rebels Shot Down Chopper in Afghanistan
Roadside Bomb Injures US Soldier in Eastern Afghanistan
Russia Said to Give Afghan Army Equipment
Much of Afghanistan's Progress Is Only Skin Deep
Despite Assurances, Karzai Falls Short on Reforms
Pakistan/India/Kashmir
Quake Tragedy to Spur India-Pakistan Peace: Experts
Quake Unites India, Pakistan in Grief
South Asia Quake Damages Kashmir 'Peace Bridge'
Israel Offers Aid to Pakistan After Quake
Tribal Clashes Leave 12 Dead in India's Northeast
Central Asia
A Call for Islamic Revolt Spreads in Central Asia
Russian Troops Back in Uzbekistan
Kazakhstan Almost Rid of Bomb-Grade Uranium
Woman Blows Herself Up at Tajik Ministry
Indonesia
Indonesia: We Can't Ban Jemaah Islamiah
School That Nurtured the Islamist Call to Arms
Fugitives Elude Bali Blasts Manhunt
Asia
Foes Slam Arroyo Over 'Undeclared Martial Law'
China Activist Beaten, Missing
Nepal Promises February Local Polls
Australia
Think Tank Says Australia 'Needs' More Military Funding
 
War on Terror
Officials: Subway Threat Remains Uncorroborated
British AG Not Convinced of Need for 90-Day Detentions Without Trial
Former Law Lord Attacks Blair's Record on Human Rights
Compromise Hint on UK Terror Plans
Guantanamo
Rights Groups Slam US Attempts to Minimize Gitmo Hunger Strike
US to Free Five Kuwaitis From Guantanamo
Four Egyptians Remain Behind Bars in Guantanamo
US Military
The Trials and Tribulations of James Yee
Pentagon Funds Race for Driverless Car
Pentagon Robot Race Continues, Winner to Be Announced
Stand by for Real Robot Wars After Pentagon's Desert Contest
The War at Home
Ex-FBI Chief on Clinton's Scandals
Angry Mother Questions 19-Year-Old Sonís Death in Iraq
Thousands in Los Angeles Protest Iraq War in Silence
Groups Approach Peace Fest Differently, but Goal Same
Protesters Against Militarization of Space Gather at Vandenberg AFB
Iran
Iran: Don't Let Superpowers Steer UN Atomic Policy
Iran Cautiously Welcomes ElBaradei Nobel Peace Prize
ElBaradei Sees Nobel Prize as Mandate on Iran
Iran Dismisses as 'Lies' Latest US Charges on Nuclear Program
Iran: Resumed Nuke Talks in Everyone's Interest
Iran Press Fumes Over UK Claims
Israel/Palestine
Israel: No Hasty Decisions on Prisoners, Pullback
Israeli DM Opposes West Bank Handover
Israel's Refusal to Register Address Changes Sentences Many to Exile
Israeli Colony Seizes School Grounds
Israeli Army: Terrorists Are Trying to Abduct Israeli Civilians
Israel to Suspend Roundup Operations in the West Bank
Three Israeli Arabs Convicted of Planning Terror Attacks
Israel Kills Palestinian Gunman in West Bank Clash
Stripping Gaza Bare
Middle East
Egypt Opposition Unites Against Mubarak
US Expects UN Lebanon Report to Criticize Syria
Four Kurds Jailed in Syria
Sudan
Rebels Kidnap 19 African Union Employees in Sudan, Release Some
Unrest Grows With Darfur Kidnappings
Peace Poses Fresh Challenges for South Sudan's Ex-Guerrillas
Somalia
Somali Colonel Shot Dead in Mogadishu
UN: Arms Embargo Ineffective in Somalia, Charcoal Embargo Recommended
Africa
Case Lifts Nigerian Police Veil of Impunity
Liberia's Civil War Left Legacy of Violence
Zimbabwe to Pay Former Political Prisoners Jailed in the 1970s
Jailed Libya Group Wins Retrial
Uganda Aide Criticizes Court Over Warrants
US Relations With Post-Coup Mauritania

Europe

Terrorists in Europe Find Base in Belgium
Close Polish Election Will Require a Runoff
Political Deal Will Make Merkel New Chancellor
Russia Scraps Rocket After Failed Mission
Americas
Pat Robertson Resumes Attack: Chavez Gave Osama Money After 9/11, Trying to Get Nukes
Official: Haiti Likely to Delay Elections
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
10/10/2005
Bringing the War Home

Nebojsa Malic
10/06/2005
The Revolution Wasn't

Ivan Eland
10/04/2005
Time to Fire Karl Rove and 'Scooter' Libby

Alan Bock
10/01/2005
Posse Comitatus: Remembering Why

Praful Bidwai
9/28/2005
India Ditches Iran and Nonalignment

Ran HaCohen
8/19/2005
Stop Your Sobbing

Sascha Matuszak
8/03/2005
Free the Diplomats

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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