Today's Highlights

Who Is 'We'? David R. Henderson
The Forgotten War in Maysan: Schwartz/Engelhardt
Krauthammer, Call Your Shrink: Chris Moore
Liberals Frozen in the Headlights: John MacArthur
Stay What Course?: Gene Healy and Justin Logan

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Updated November 3, 2005 - 11:23 PM EST
Italy Denies Warning US on Niger Docs
Senate to Probe Case for War
White House Ducks Prewar Intel Questions
Libby Pleads Not Guilty at Arraignment
Bush Aide Denies Ties to Fake Iraq-Niger Docs

CIA's Secret Prisons Come Under Fire

White House Uneasy on 'Secret' Prisons

Key al-Qaeda Figure Reportedly Captured in Pakistan

Iraq Focus Imperils US, Ex-Pentagon Official Says

Sharon Aide Says US Democracy Policy Helping Hamas

Pro-War Liberals Frozen in the Headlights  by John R. MacArthur
Charles Krauthammer, Call Your Shrink  by Chris Moore
Libby Lied, and Cheney Needs to Come Clean  by Jacob G. Hornberger
Stay What Course?
by Gene Healy and Justin Logan
Fitzgerald Must Dig Deeper
by Jeremy Brecher and Brendan Smith
A Victory for Peace and Liberty
by Lawrence S. Wittner

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Bush Aide: Iraq Pullout Bad for Israel

Lawyers: Bolton's Chief of Staff Gave Information on Outed Agent to Libby

Aides Debate Whether Rove Should Resign

Al-Qaeda in Iraq Sentences Hostages to Death

Blair Downplays Call for Military Action Against Iran

Israeli FM Warns Italy: Rome Within Iran Missile Range

Rumsfeld Rejects UN Access to Guantánamo

Europe Outraged by Secret CIA Prisons

Iraqi Government Asks Hussein's Officers to Return to Army
The War Goes On

Blast at Shi'ite Mosque in Iraq Kills 23

Six GIs Killed in Iraq

'The Very Presence of US Troops Fuels the Insurgency'

Some Major Attacks in Iraq Shi'ite Areas

Destruction of Beloved Baghdad Statue Emblematic of Violence's Toll

Marines Try to Coax Desert Town Into Coalition Camp

South Korea May Extend Iraq Troop Deployment

Al-Qaeda in Iraq Claims Candidate Kidnapping

Security Incidents in Iraq, Nov. 3

Security Incidents in Iraq, Nov. 2

Iraq Today

Chalabi Launches Election Campaign

The Baghdad Bomb Squad

Iraq Oil Industry Bogged Down in Cycle of Violence

US Steps Up Iraq Training

Rumbles of Radicalism in Kurdistan

Tracking $30 Billion Spent in Iraq

UN Weighs Measure Extending US-Led Force in Iraq


Blair: International Community Getting Fed Up With Iran

Iran to Process Fresh Uranium

Iran Gives UN Access to Nuclear Site

Iran Sends Mixed Signals on Nuclear Front

Grenade Hits British Airways Office in Tehran

Thousands Demonstrate Outside Former US Embaassy in Tehran


Chief Syrian Hariri Suspect Is at Center of Power

Syria Seeks Formula to Comply With UN Terms

Arab Nations Press Syria on UN Probe

Sanctions on Syria Could Have Far-Reaching Impact

Syria Frees Political Prisoners


US Boosts Afghan Security After al-Qaeda Leader's Escape

Taliban Rebels Kill Five Afghan Border Police

Paratrooper Dies After Afghan Firefight

Might Warmer Relations With Jerusalem Cool Kabul's Relations With Tehran?


Suicide Bomber Hits Kashmir City

Bomb Adds to Pressure on India Over Kashmir

Russia and Her Neighbors

In Azerbaijan, a 'Necktie' Revolt

Azerbaijan Under International Pressure to Conduct Fair Election

Khodorkovsky Lawyer Says Russia 'Rebuilding the Gulag'

US 'Deeply Troubled' by News on Uzbek Opposition Figure

Kyrgyzstan Wants to Hike Price for Use of Base

Chaos Spreads in Caucasus

Putin, Dutch PM Spar Over Rights in Chechnya

Middle East

Coup in Saudi Arabia Could Precipate US Invasion

Bahrain Gets First Private Radio Station

Outlawed Muslim Brotherhood Walks the Streets of Cairo

Chilly Reception Expected for Bush in S. America

Bush: Venezuela Nuke Reactor Might Be Ok

Peru Claims Fujimori Seeking Re-Election

Colombia Gives Militia Ultimatum

CIA Leak Fallout
Rove to Lose Security Clearance?

Dick Cheney: No Change of Role Visible

White House Aide Praises Libby on Eve of Leak Case

US War at Home

Military Recruiters Under Attack From Parents

Missing Soldier's Parents Upset With the Army

America's Forgotten Veterans of Iraq Conflict

Iraq Vet Works Against War

Sacramento City Council Calls for Iraq Withdrawal

Drama Based on Iraq War Cancelled for Lack of Viewership

Family Loses Home to Katrina, Son Killed in Iraq

ACLU Asks Court to Uphold Rulings Blocking FBI's Use of Surveillance Power

US Military

Abu Ghraib General Says Fault Goes High

In Dying, Colonel Broke a Promise to His Troops

Likely Deployment of 900 Troops Would Be Oregon's Largest Mission

Marines Get OK for Special Forces

Australia's Terror

Australia to Rush Through Anti-Terror Laws

Aussie States Suddenly on Board for New Terror Laws

Australians Debate Need for Tougher Antiterror Laws

Australian Cities on Terror Alert

Howard Cites 'Specific Threat' of Terror Attack, Adds 'Non-Specific Terror Charges' to Proposed Law
UK's Terror

UK Would Review Those Held Without Charges Weekly, but Without Defense Lawyers

Terror Bill Opponents Cut UK Labour's Majority to One Vote

Rebels Force Clarke to Rethink UK Terror Bill

UK 'Cannot Rule Out Nuclear Attack by Terrorists'

UK Home Secretary Backs Down Over 90-Day Detention

Blair's Power Drains Away

Guantánamo Detainees Returned to Kuwait

Attorney Tells Why Guantánamo Detainee Attempted Suicide in Front of Him

US Detainee Policies Under Growing Fire


Hamas: No Renewal of Truce With Israel

Israeli Strikes in Gaza Seen Weakening Abbas Further

Rights Groups Sue to Stop Israeli Sonic Booms Over Gaza

Court Releases Settlers Accused of Beating Palestinian Boy, 13

Israeli Wounded in Mortar Shelling North of Gaza

Israeli Soldier Shot Dead in Raid

Israeli PM Berates Italy for Contacts With Hezbollah


At Least 100 Killed as Violent Unrest Continues in Addis Ababa

Eritrea-Ethiopia Army Build-Up Alarms UN

US Extends Sanctions Against Sudan

Ivory Coast Rebels Reject UN Ruling

UN Land Mine Clearers Killed in Sudan

Southeast Asia

Indonesia Will Cut Sentences of Bali Bombers

Thailand Slams Muslim Call for Self-Government


Justin Raimondo
While You Slept

David R. Henderson
Who Is 'We'?

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 Peņa
Iraq by the Numbers

Ran HaCohen
The Quiet Occupation

Sascha Matuszak
Free the Diplomats

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

Matthew Barganier
Et Tu, Pat?

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