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World's Most Dangerous Man by Justin Raimondo
Putin vs. the Neo-Comintern: Pat Buchanan
Brave New Numbers: Nebojsa Malic
Bush's Deadly Dance: Dreyfuss/Engelhardt
Iraq's Sectarian Chaos: Jim Lobe

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Updated November 30, 2005 - 10:54 PM EST
Bush: No Timetable for 'Victory'
Bush's 'National Strategy for Victory' in Iraq
US Seeing Fewer Foreign Fighters, More Iraqis
Iraq's Armed Forces Sinking Into Sectarian Chaos
Killings Linked to Shi'ite Squads in Iraqi Police Force
US Military Stages Media Offensive in Iraq
Gunmen Open Fire on Iraq Bus, Kill 9
In Ramadi Town Meeting, Sunnis Echo Push in US for Pullout
Cheney May Have Committed War Crimes, Says Powell Aide
Goss: CIA Knows More About bin Laden Than We Reveal
Gen. Pace: US Troops Obligated to Stop Inhumane Acts by Iraqi Forces
White Phosphorus, a California Embed, and The Times  by Greg Mitchell
Bush's Deadly Dance with Islamic Theocrats  by Robert Dreyfuss & Tom Engelhardt
The Abuse of 'Democracy'
by Lawrence S. Wittner
Putin vs. the Neo-Comintern
by Patrick J. Buchanan
While We Were Sleeping
by Rebecca Dana and Lizzy Ratner
Next, the Outposts  Ha'aretz

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Rice Defends Prisoner Tactics
US: Euro Concerns Over Secret Prisons 'Legitimate'
Seymour Hersh on Where the Iraq War Is Headed Next
Rumsfeld's 'Epiphany': Stop Saying 'Insurgent'
Iraqi Hospitals Come Under Siege
Rumsfeld Dismisses Iraqi Abuse Claims
Female Belgian Suicide Bomber Hit Baghdad
New US Efforts to Ready Iraqis to Take Control
Kirkuk Combats Corrupt Police, Wayward Force
US Debate Rages on Bringing Troops Home From Iraq
Tank Commander Guilty in Iraq 'Friendly-Fire' Death
Peres to Quit Labor, Back Sharon Campaign
Syria Queries UN Evidence in Hariri Killing
US Plays Down Planned Contacts With Iranians
Wave of Abductions Hits Iraq; Hostages Shown on Taped Broadcasts
Today in Iraq
Iraqi Official Sees Up to 30,000 US Troops Leaving
Belgian First European Female Suicide Bomber
US-Led Force Chiefs in Iraq, Meeting in Albania, 'Optimistic' Despite Need for More Allies
More Iraqi Battalions 'in the Lead' Against Rebels
Training Iraqi Police Remains Hard Task
The Iraq Story: How Troops See It
Hostage Crises
Iranian Pilgrims Seized in Iraq
Kidnapped Aid Worker Is Branded a Spy by His Captors
Canada Says Urgently Trying to Find Iraq Hostages
Virginia Man Among Iraq Hostages
Peace Group Says No to Violence in Hostage Talks
Trying Saddam
US Official: Saddam Trial Will Likely Be Adjourned Again Because of Elections
Observers: Pressure Threatens Saddam Trial
Ramsey Clark Meets With Saddam, Says He's in 'Extremely Good Spirits'
Saddam Lawyers to Demand Better Security
Iraq: Rights Groups Urge Fairness in Saddam Trial
Trial Means Free Advertising for Saddam's Tailor
Attacks Continue
Two US Soldiers Killed in Iraq
Top Sunni Cleric Assassinated in Iraq
America's Unsung Private War Dead
Third Briton Dies After Iraq Bus Attack
Security Incidents in Iraq, Nov. 30
Security Incidents in Iraq, Nov. 29
Global Iraq Fallout
Iraq PM Discusses Security Situation With Saudi King
Zarqawi's Clan Disowns Leader of Al-Qaeda in Iraq
Battles of Britain
Two Men in UK Court Over 'al-Jazeera Bomb Memo' Leak
'Plan to Kill' Egyptian Minister
British Terror Police Arrest Man at Service Station
Afghanistan: Signs of Progress, but Violence Surges Again
Dutch PM Cautious Over Troops in Afghanistan
Denmark to Increase Troops in Afghanistan
Sweden to Boost Peacekeeping Force in Afghanistan
Karzai Warns Afghan Poppy Farmers of Backlash
Afghanistan Pinning Hopes on Silk Route Revival
Pakistan Not Involved in Afghan Murder: India
Soldiers Shoot Dead Two Kashmir Rebels
NATO Asks Pakistan if They Want Troops to Remain
Musharraf: NATO, US Troops No Security Hazard
Wanted Tribesmen, Clerics Surrender in North Waziristan
More Andijan Accused Go on Trial
Uzbekistan: Access to Andijan Trials Blocked
North Korean Succession? It's a Secret
North Korea Rights-Promotion Campaigns to Hit Seoul
East Timor
East Timor President: Report on Indonesian Occupation Should Not Be Public
Documents: British Govt Lied About Atrocities in East Timor
Centuries of Human Rights Reversed, Says Former Aussie PM Fraser
Bullying 'Rife' in Australian Defense Force
Sri Lanka Rebels Issue Final Peace Appeal
Fear of Islamic State in Bangladesh Grows After Bombers Target Courts
Banned Nepal Station Back on Air
Fake News Story: 'China Invades Okinawa' Read by 66,000, Author Arrested
Philippine Communists Launch Fresh Attacks
Venezuela Clinches Spain Defense Deal
US 'Assessing' Chavez Arms Deal
Venezuelan Opposition Quit Poll
Torturing Justice
Europe Demands Answers on CIA and the Secret Terror Jails
Secret CIA Jails Deepens US/EU Divide
Gallup: Americans Against Torture, but Believe We Do It
CIA Director: 'Torture Is Counterproductive'
War on Terror
GAO: Congress Nixed Costly Terror Training
Mother. Daughter. Sister. Bomber.
Spy Case Patterns the Chinese Style of Espionage
Bush Promises Drones for Border Security
TSA Would Allow Sharp Objects on Airliners
US Lacks Plan to Curb Terror Funds, Agency Says
Justice Dept. Defends FBI on PATRIOT Act
US Military
A Wounded Soldier Struggles to Adapt
Army to Accept Returning Servicemembers at Old Rank
Guard Soldiers Offered Recruiting Bonuses
US Air Force Unveils Hand-Held Laser Gun
Pentagon's Urban Recon Takes Wing
The War at Home
  Justice Dept. Criticizes Post Article on 'National Security Letters'
Father of Slain Soldier Protests Congressman
Pilots Complain About Cheney's Airspace
Hillary Clinton Defends Pro-War Vote
Gifts Rep. Cunningham Admitted Receiving
President Bush, Protesters Arrive in Denver
Wisconsin Man Arrested at Military Site Protest
Iraq War Protesters End Vigil in Texas
Cindy Sheehan Says Photos Falsely Implied Her Book Signing Was a Flop
Iran Refuses to Negotiate Under UN Threat
UK 'Certain' Iran Developing Long-Range Weapons
Israel's Parties Engaged in Tug-of-War
Peres: The Real Change Is in Likud, Not in Labor
Fatah Primaries Thrown Into Chaos
Palestinians Ask US to Prevent Israeli Intervention in Elections
Sharon Pledges to End Smuggling Across Egyptian Border
Israel Begins Testing New West Bank Crossing
Egypt Shrugs Off Islamist Votes but Won't Lift Ban
25 Pakistanis Missing From Egypt Hotel
Middle East
Al-Jazeera in the Crosshairs
Five Killed in Yemen in Clashes Between Police, Suspected Rebels
In Minor Election, a Major Step for Saudi Women
Russia Slams US, NATO Influence in Central Asia
EU Hails Chechen Election
'Stubbornness' of Security Forces Led to Unnecessary Deaths at Beslan
Russia Bans Nationalist Party
EU States Divided Over Future Status of Kosovo
Kosovo Albanians, Serbia Must Help Status Talks, UN Envoy Says
France Weighs Immigration Controls After Riots
French Lawmakers Approve Anti-Terror Bill
Milosevic Opposes Speedier Trial
Sinn Fein Man Arrested Over 1972 Bombing
Darfur Rebels 'United' for Talks
Darfur Rebel Group 'Attacks' Town to Earn Spot in Peace Talks
Ugandan Rebel Urges Peace Talks

Uganda Leader Predicts Poll Win

Press Urges Restraint in Kenya
Ethiopia Sets Up Body to Probe Post-Poll Violence

Justin Raimondo
The World's Most
Dangerous Man

Nebojsa Malic
Brave New Numbers

Ivan Eland
US Can Head for the Exits in Iraq, but Shouldn't the Flames Be Doused?

David R. Henderson
Adam Smith's Economic Case Against Imperialism

Alan Bock
Beginning of the End

Charles Peņa
The Zarqawi Dilemma

Sascha Matuszak
Who's the Boss?

Praful Bidwai
Indian Nuclear Deal With US Turns Faustian Bargain

Ran HaCohen
The Quiet Occupation

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

Matthew Barganier
Et Tu, Pat?

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