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Murtha Is Right: Justin Raimondo
Can War With Iran Be Averted?: Jorge Hirsch
Nuclear Turkey: Christopher Deliso
Hold Them Accountable: Paul Craig Roberts
Shame on Congress: Aaron Glantz

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Updated November 21, 2005 - 11:06 PM EST
How Tales of 'Curveball' Took Us to War
Jumpy US Troops Kill Iraqi Family at Checkpoint
Iraqi Leaders Demand Timetable for US Pullout
US Military Says 'Just Missed' Zarqawi
Rumsfeld: Iraq Troop Levels Must Be Maintained
Sharon Quits Likud to Form Party With Peres
Weekend Attacks Kill 155 Iraqis, 7 US/UK Troops
Defense of Phosphorus Use Turns Into Damage Control
Iraq's President Asks Insurgents to Meet With Him
Bush Tries to Tone Down High-Pitched Debate on Iraq
Detroit 'Sleeper Cell' Prosecutor Faces Grand Jury Probe
Frustrated With the Brass, Senators Ask Low-Ranking Officers About Iraq
Plame, Pakistan, a Nuclear Turkey, and the Neocons  by Christopher Deliso
We Must Hold the Scoundrels Accountable  by Paul Craig Roberts
Tales of the Garrison State
by William Norman Grigg
The Man Who Sold the War
by James Bamford
Shame on Congress  by Aaron Glantz
The Decline of Bob Woodward
by Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair

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Iran Approves Bill to Bar UN From Nuclear Sites
Iran Won't Need an Exit Strategy From Iraq
Talabani Looks to Iran, Not to Arabs
Rumsfeld Says He Was Not Woodward's Source
Washington Post Rebukes Bob Woodward
Why Iraq War Support Fell So Fast
Powell Aide: Cheney's Torture 'Guidance' Lead to Abuse
Their Time's Up, but These Soldiers Are Stuck in Iraq
Israel's Sharon Unleashes Political Earthquake
Today in Iraq
Iraq Minister: New Govt to Decide When US Forces Leave
Iraq's New Army Looks a Lot Like the Old One
Commanders Plan Eventual Consolidation of US Bases in Iraq
Torture Prison Raid Doesn't Help US Image in Iraq
Air Force General: Some Iraq Deaths Staged
South Korea Confirms Troop Cut From Iraq
White House Dismisses Reports of Al-Zarqawi's Death
Prominent Jordanian Tribe Disavows Zarqawi
Zarqawi's Family Renounces Him
Ex-Cellmate Says Zarqawi Was Tortured
Iraqi Politics
Saddam's Defense Team Demands Protection
Iraq Reconciliation Clouded by Divisions
Signs of Compromise at Iraq Conference
Disillusionment Stalks Iraqi Women
Cluster Bombs in Iraq
A Deadly Legacy: The Cluster Bomb
The Cluster Bomb: How It Works
Attacks Continue
British Soldier Is Killed and Four Hurt by Iraq Bomb
Security Incidents in Iraq, Nov. 21
Security Incidents in Iraq, Nov. 20
Taliban Say Made Suicide Attack on US Convoy
Indian, Guards Kidnapped in Afghanistan
Pakistan's PM Calls for Self-Government in Both Parts of Kashmir
'Extremists' as Quake Aid Workers: 'We Are Not Such Monsters'
Aid Pledges Are Mixed Blessing for Pakistan
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka President's Win Angers Rebels
New Hardline President May Jeopardize Sri Lankan Peace Process
North Korea
Bush Demands North Korea Honor Agreement to Scrap Nuclear Weapons
Calls to Speed Up North Korea Talks
Bush in China
A Day of Tense Encounters Between China and Washington
Bush's Asia Trip Meets Low Expectations
For Bush in Beijing, It's Hard to Get Out
Chechens Tell of Terrifying Attacks on a Dark Road
Putin to Avoid Land Spat on Japan Visit
Tymoshenko Attempts to Regain Office
Hundreds Rally Against Yushchenko in Kiev
The War at Home
Bush-Cheney Dynamic Under Scrutiny Again
Bush: Opposing War No Longer 'Reprehensible'
White House Used 'Gossip' to Build Case for War
Rumsfeld Says He Did Not 'Advocate' Invading Iraq
Iraq Debate, Legal Woes Cloud Cheney's Image
Rep. Murtha Predicts Troops Will Leave Iraq Before Next Fall's Elections
Democrats Split Over US Troop Withdrawal
Bush Says US Debate Over Iraq War Shows Importance of Issue
Leak Investigation: For Libby and Rove, Legal Woes – and Bills
Some Say Iraq Intelligence Debate Oversimplified
Opposing the War
Parents Say 'No' to Military
Cities Show All Politics Is Local by Weighing in on Iraq
16,000 Protesters Gather at 'School of the Americas'
Concern About Iraq, Torture Fuels Protest
Dozen Arrested in War Protest at Colorado Recruiting Center
Cindy Sheehan to Release Book
War on Terror
Rumsfeld: Talks Under Way on Torture Ban
Messages of bin Laden Published
Iran May Have Handed Over Nuclear Core Plan by Accident
Iran Calls Nuclear Report 'Baseless'
Israeli Labor Party Votes to Leave Government
PA Launches Drive to Seize Weapons
Hezbollah Said Planning Attacks Along Border With Lebanon
Wall Makes Bethlehem a Prison
Group Suspected of Offering Cash to IDF Refuseniks
PA Forces Nab Mentally Disabled Youth With Fake Explosive Belt
Middle East
Jordanians' Feelings Mixed on Attacks
Syria Studies UN Proposals on Probe Questioning Site
Saudi Arabia Says It Can Overcome Terror in Two Years
Lebanon's Invisible Enemy Lies in Wait
Unrest at Egypt's Polls
Turkish Police Clash With Kurds
10 Delaware Guard Troops Injured in Kuwait Crash
Zimbabwe Won't Make Nuke Weapons: Mugabe
African Union Force in Darfur Faces Major Challenges
Morocco Arrests 17 Suspected al-Qaeda Activists
Chad Says Sudan Using Its Deserters to Fight Rebels
Uganda President to Stand Again
In Other News
Bosnians Feel Peace Deal Needs Remake
Talk of US Plots Divides Venezuelans
Nepal Political Alliance Says Talks With Rebels Are Positive

Justin Raimondo
Murtha Is Right

Alan Bock
Rehashing the Intelligence

Praful Bidwai
Indian Nuclear Deal With US Turns Faustian Bargain

Ivan Eland
The New al-Qaeda: More Dangerous Than the Old Version

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

Sascha Matuszak
German Gloom, Chinese Boom

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

Nebojsa Malic
A Viceroy Departs

Ran HaCohen
The Quiet Occupation

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

Matthew Barganier
Et Tu, Pat?

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