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Endless Intervention: David R. Henderson
Don't Blame the Italians: Justin Raimondo
War Supporter Repents: William Frey
Spinning Like a Broken Record: Christopher Deliso
Cambodia All Over Again?: Conn Hallinan

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Updated November 14, 2005 - 11:11 PM EST
Senate Pushes for Plan to End War
Both Parties Propose Similar Iraq Measures
Time: CIA Covered Up Torture Evidence
Hadley: US Won't Rule Out Use of Torture
US Calls Medics to Iraq Police Detention Center
Sen. Roberts: Iraq Will Affect Future War Votes
57% Say Bush Deliberately Misled Public on Iraq
Iraq Officials Launch Broadsides Against Syria
US Says 45 Insurgents, 3 GIs Killed in Iraq
Roadside Blasts Kill 12, Including 3 Western Contractors
Failed Bomber Tells of Attack on Hotel in TV Confession
Suspected Jordan Bomber Detained, Released by US in 2004
Confessions of a Repentant War Supporter  by William Frey
Let Business Trump Quest for Dominance  by James A. Dorn
Yes, Let's Have Democracy in Iraq – and America  by Steve Chapman
Spinning Like a Broken Record
by Christopher Deliso
Torture Is Not an Option
by Larry C. Johnson
Chalabi and AEI: The Sequel
by Robert Dreyfuss

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Sen. Roberts Questions Bush Claim That Congress Saw 'Same Intel' on Iraq
Adviser: Bush Didn't Mislead on Iraq
78% Say CIA Leak Case 'Bigger Than Libby'
Senate Bill Would Keep Courts From Reviewing Gitmo Tribunals
US Drives a Wedge Between Russia, Iran
US, Saudi Arabia Inaugurate New 'Strategic Dialogue'
Sudan President to US Envoy: 'We Don't Need You'
Izzat All There Is?
Today in Iraq
1,100 Lawyers Quit Saddam Defense Team
Official: Saddam Trial to Stay in Iraq, On Time
Chalabi and Allawi: Bush's Tarnished Golden Boys in Iraq
Iraq Sunnis Say Crackdowns Alienating Community
Secrecy, Security in Rice's Visit Demonstrate Iraq Has Far to Go
Some Insurgents Want a Deal, Politician Says
Iraqis Seek Normalcy Amid Chaos
Iraqi President Says British Troops Could Pull Out Next Year
Author: US-Created Zarqawi Myth Became Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
Global Iraq Fallout
Iraq Volcano Is Spilling Into Neighboring Countries
The Iraqi Role in Jordan Bombing
Iraqi Official Says Most Suicide Bombers in Iraq Travel Via Syria
Saudis Pledge $1 Billion to Rebuild Iraq
Attacks Continue
Three US Troops Killed in Iraq
Security Incidents in Iraq, Nov. 14
Security Incidents in Iraq, Nov. 13
Afghanistan Official Urges Talks With Taliban
Former Afghan Commanders, Taliban, Women Win Seats
Afghanistan to Have Disquieting Parliament
Three Policemen Killed in Southern Afghanistan
Afghanistan Will be Allowed to Join Regional Trade Group
Delhi 'Bombing Mastermind' Is Kashmiri Militant, Say Police
Maoist Rebels Attack Police Station in India
New Bridge to Connect Divided Kashmir
Protest Held Over Kashmir Deaths
Six Die in Two Kashmir Gunbattles, Police Quell Protests
Musharraf Defends Engagement With Israel
Musharraf: Pakistan Winning Fight Against Radicals
Bush to Sign Bill Demanding Nepal End Torture, Give UN Access to Detainees
Nepal Protests Against Media Law
India Seeks 'Democratic' Nepal
Kazakh Ex-Official Found Dead
Video Shows Executions, Life Inside North Korea
Indonesian Police Find Weapons Caches
China Punishes Officers Over Deaths of 85 Cadets
Azerbaijan Protest Draws 20,000
Southeast Asia's Next Tack on Terror
In France, Alienation Is a Two-Way Street
Paris at Peace but Riots Go On
French Unrest Appears to Wane
Aussie Provincial Premier: New Sedition Laws Could Harm Free Speech
Sydney Is 'Most Likely' Terror Target in Australia
US Agrees to Relax Sudan Sanctions: FM
Regional Conflicts Weigh Heavily on Sudan's Future
Sudan Peacekeeping Falters as US House Rethinks Aid
Ethiopia Boosts Border Defenses
Ethiopia Frees 1,721 Detainees Held in Unrest
Ethiopia Answers Western Critics
Liberia's Presidential Wait
African Leaders Hail Liberia Poll
An Especially Cruel War Makes Reconciling Tough
Zimbabwe's Opposition Expels Rebels
Security Council Chides Somalia Over Infighting
Kenya Wary of Violence Before Vote
Terrorism Subverts Moroccan Reform
Togo: Official Inquiry Says 154 Died in Political Violence
In Other News
Russian Oligarch Plots Political Revenge From Jail
Police: Children Die in Colombia Grenade Attack
Torturing, Detaining Justice
McCain: Torture Ban Needed for US Image
Wash Post Under Fire for Prisons Story
Bush's Prison Powers 'Worrying'
Report: Britain Ran Secret WWII Torture Camp
Gitmo Detainee Has Been Held by US Since He Was 15
US Led Gitmo Tour to Reassure Medical Community That Actions Were 'Necessary'
US Military
China Vetoes US Missile Defense Proposal
Russian General: US Spy Satellites Far Outnumber Russian Ones
Report: Poland Holds Talks With US for Missile Defense Base
The War at Home
Bush's Declining Popularity May Harm Overseas Influence
O'Reilly: Approval for al-Qaeda Attack on San Francisco 'Isn't Controversial'
Los Angeles Times Fires Robert Scheer
Former US VP Candidate Edwards Regrets Support for Iraq War
Thousands of Students Sign Up to Have Names Removed From Recruitment Lists
Homeland Security
Moussaoui Trial's Strategies Revealed
Bill Would Shield Biomedical Research
New Smallpox Vaccines in Works
Chertoff Vows to Reshape DHS
Battles of Britain
How British Army Is Fast Becoming Foreign Legion
Blair Is Warned of 'Civil War' in Party
'UK Army Wanted an Officer on Trial Over Iraq. They Picked My Husband'
Depleted Force Ill at Ease Over Iraq War
Al-Qaeda Threat to Queen Tightens Security
'Anthrax' Joke Sparked RAF Alert
UK Navy Surgeons Sent to South Africa to Train on Gunshot Victims
Zarqawi's Hometown Torn by Bombings
My Detonator Failed, Says al-Qaeda Woman
Amman Bombers Brought Explosive Belts From Iraq
Syria Official Rejects Lebanon Hearings
Syrian Official Blames Unpaid Bills for Power Cuts in Lebanon
Iran Rejects Latest US Claim on Nuclear Work
Iran Confirms Rejection of Nuclear Compromise
IAEA Chief to Press Iran on Compromise
Israeli Politics
Peretz to Sharon: Early Election or We'll Bring Down Coalition
Labor Threat to Sharon Emerges
Rally Reinforces Threat to Topple Sharon
US Concerned How Copters They Sold to Israel Wound Up in Colombian Drug Cartel
Rice: Palestinian State Would Boost Israel Security
US Envoy Warns Gaza Strip in Danger of Becoming Giant Prison
Palestinian PM: Israel No Longer a Partner for Potential Peace
Palestinians Foiled 48 Anti-Israeli Attacks Last Month: Qurei
Israeli Army Report: Troops Kill Wounded Militant in Jenin
Israeli Sonic Booms Over Gaza 'Meant to Confuse Terrorists'
Militant Leader Killed in West Bank Town: Medics
Hillary: I Support W. Bank Barrier
Middle East
Mideast Reform Forum Ends in Confusion
Heavy Hand of the Secret Police Impeding Reform in Arab World
Rice to Suggest Reforms in Saudi Arabia
Kuwait Terror Suspects Seek Leniency
Fujimori and Peru
Fujimori's Return to Chile Is a Calculated Gamble
Chile's Extradition Laws in Flux, Complicating Fujimori Case
Fujimori: The Once and Future President of Peru?

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Don't Blame the Italians

David R. Henderson
An Economist's Case Against an Interventionist Foreign Policy

Alan Bock
Second-Term Blues and the War

Sascha Matuszak
German Gloom, Chinese Boom

Charles Peņa
New York's Subway Search Program Earns a Failing Grade

Nebojsa Malic
A Viceroy Departs

Ivan Eland
Surveillance Society

Praful Bidwai
India Abandons Global Nuclear Disarmament

Ran HaCohen
The Quiet Occupation

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

Matthew Barganier
Et Tu, Pat?

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