Today's Highlights

While You Slept: Justin Raimondo
The Other Liars by Paul Sperry
All the President's Men, the Sequel: Leon Hadar
Once More, With Feeling: Nebojsa Malic
So Much for Strict Construction: Cole/Engelhardt

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Updated November 2, 2005 - 11:26 PM EST
Rumsfeld Hints at More Troops for Iraq
CIA Holds Suspects in Secret Prisons
Detainee Policy Sharply Divides Bush Officials
Senate Power Play Yields Iraq Intel Probe
4 GIs, 20 Iraqis Killed in Attacks, Copter Crash
Trial Could Pit Libby's Interests Against Bush's
Damascus Says UN Probe Can Quiz Key Syrians
Pentagon: Top al-Qaeda Operative, a Victim of US Abuse, Escaped
The Other Liars  by Paul Sperry
Congress Keeps Ducking Niger Investigation  by Josh Marshall

Why Americans Don't Care About Gitmo, and Why They Should
by Brian J. Foley

So Much for Strict Construction
by David Cole and Tom Engelhardt
All the President's Men, the Sequel
by Leon Hadar
Where the Buck Stops  by Stephen M. Walt

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US Fears Prospect of Saudi Coup, Weighs Invasion Plans

Anti-Terror Ramadan TV Drama Stirs the Arab World
Yemen Pulls Out of US CentCom
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Today in Iraq
US Inspector General for Iraq Paints 'Grim' Picture of Reconstruction Effort
Shi'ite Power Struggle Simmers in Najaf
Chalabi Aims to Refurbish Image
Iraqi Govt Working to Address Grievances of Ba'athists
Iraq Defies Bombs to Hold Election Lottery
Attacks Continue
Civilian Contractors in Iraq Dying at Faster Rate as Insurgency Grows
Moroccan Based in Syria Accused in Iraq Car Bomb Attack
Iraqi Security Forces Pay Price of Frontline Duty
Security Incidents in Iraq, Nov. 2
Security Incidents in Iraq, Nov. 1
Iraq Occupation
Only Iraqi Forces Can Eliminate 'Thugs,' US Commander Says
US to Intensify Its Training in Iraq to Battle Insurgents
US Probe Recommends Possible Death for Sergeant Who Killed 2 GIs in Iraq
US Division Vacates Compound in Heart of Hussein's Home Turf
US Troops Shoot to Kill Shadows on Syria-Iraq Border
Iraq Staffing a Problem
US Issues Report on Iraqi Roadside Bombs
Iraq Asks UN to Let US-Led Force Stay
'Fiddy-Cal' Becomes Weapon of Choice in Iraq
The New Iraq
Fear Forces Traditional Game Off Baghdad's Streets
Iraq Eyes Tourism as US Leaves Saddam Palace
Poor Maintenance Cripples Iraq Electricity
Global Iraq Fallout
Berlusconi's Outburst Puts Strain on Relations With US
Three Afghans Arrested for Suicide Blast Plan in Kabul: Police
2 Taliban Killed, 12 Captured in S. Afghanistan
India Cautious Over Pakistan's Proposal to Demilitarize Kashmir
Pakistani Hardliner Wants Aid Workers in Kashmir
Islamist Groups Win Support for Pakistan Quake Aid
US Copter Carrying Quake Aid Draws Fire
India Bombings
Police Tracking Down Leads on New Delhi Bombers
India Bombings Prompt Terror Alert in Bangladesh
Delhi Keeps Diwali Lamps Burning in Shadow of Terror
Group Denies Involvement in India Attacks
Pakistan Offers India Help Over Blasts
Azerbaijan Election Causes Concern
Muslim Women Cleared to Vote in Azerbaijan
The Two Koreas Agree to Field a Unified Olympic Team in 2008
North Korean Hardliners Alive and Well
Over 200,000 Civilians Killed During Korean War: Report
China Orders Private Oil Drillers to Halt Desert Operations
Chinese Minister Explores Taiwan’s Tourism Potential
China Leads in Advocating Free Trade
India-Nepal Border Control Begins
Senators Concerned on Uzbekistan Party Leader
Top US Commander in Kyrgyzstan for Base Talks
Thai Muslims Call for Self-Govt in South
US, Japan Boost Missile-Defense Ties
Putin's 'Chamber': A Parallel Parliament?
Nightmare of Russian 'Loose Nukes' Still Haunts
New German Coalition in Deepening Crisis
Merkel Vows to Form Grand Coalition Despite Chaos
Bavarian Leader Quits Government
Germany to Retain SPD's Foreign Policies
WMD-gate Fallout
Time Reporter Says He Learned Agent's Identity From Rove
Some Conservatives Question Rove's Future
Cheney Taps Torture Memo Author to Replace Libby
US Military
Elite Marine Unit to Fill Shortage of Counterror Specialists
Report: Army Secretly Dumped Chemicals Offshore
Mormon Airman Says He Was Ordered to Remove Sacred Undergarments
The War at Home
Majority in US Says Iraq War Was a Mistake
Americans Call Libby Charges 'Serious Crime'
Group Organizes Walkout by Students to Protest War
Rumsfeld Says UN Officials Will Not Be Given Access to Detainees
Gitmo Access Offer Fraught With Restrictions
As Gitmo Hunger Strike Continues, Lawyers Step Up Fight for Access
Bahraini Gitmo Detainee Attempts Suicide
War on Terror
Congress' Many Deadlines for DHS Are Unrealistic, Some Say
Bush Critics Conclude US Is Losing War on Terrorism
Case Opens in Alleged Plot Against Bush
New Australia Terror Laws Delayed
Amnesty: UK Terror Laws an Assault on Human Rights
Senior British Muslim Warns Terror Laws Could Undermine Cooperation
Syria Angrily Rejects UN Resolution
Syria Upbeat on Ability to Cope With UN Sanctions
Syrian Government Quietly Weighs Next Move
Syrian Regime Faces Tough Choices
Syria's Future in Doubt as Pressure Mounts
Syrians Protest UN Resolution
How Long Will UN Unanimity Last?
UN Investigator Back in Beirut
Iran Sacks Diplomats in Purge of Reformers
Iran Searches for Nuclear Exit
Iran Parliament Delays Reprisal Threat Over Nuclear Pressure
Israeli Clampdown Amid Rise in 'Sonic Bombs'
Israeli Security Cabinet Approves Border Deal
Israel Aims to Reopen Gaza Strip Crossing Under EU Supervision
Israeli Air Strike Kills 2 Top Gaza Militants
Israel Shells Missile-Launching Sites in Gaza Strip
PA Minister: Sharon Using Gaza Pullout to Remove Jerusalem From Table
Egypt's Christians, Muslims Clash Again
Egypt Releases More Protesters Detained After Riots
EU to Give Turkey Deadline on Ending Torture
Cyprus Protests Turkish Military Construction Near Capital
Zanzibar President Wins Elections
Zanzibar Opposition Rejects Poll Defeat
Spice Islands in Turmoil as Troops Fire at Election Protesters
Somalia's Puntland Begins Reduction of Security Forces
6 Killed, 29 Wounded in Police Attack on Protesting Ethiopians
Zimbabwe Admits 'Errors' on Land Seizures
US Pushes Sudan to Do More in Darfur
Algerian Islamic Leader Calls for General Amnesty
Colombia Warns Paramilitaries to Disarm
Third Colombia Police Official Resigns
Chavez Says May Give US F-16 Jets to Cuba, China

Why the Americas Have Drifted Apart

Britain Still Needs Nuclear Arms, Defense Minister Reid Says

Justin Raimondo
While You Slept

Nebojsa Malic
Once More, With Feeling

Ivan Eland
Medals for Libby, Rove, and Cheney?

Praful Bidwai
India Abandons Global Nuclear Disarmament

Alan Bock
A Time for Reconsideration

Charles Peña
Iraq by the Numbers

Ran HaCohen
The Quiet Occupation

David R. Henderson
What Game Theory Can Tell Us About Terrorism

Sascha Matuszak
Free the Diplomats

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

Matthew Barganier
Et Tu, Pat?

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