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Another War for Israel: Justin Raimondo
War Is Good for the Economy?: David Henderson
Tracing the Trail of Torture: Jamail/Engelhardt
The Value of George Orwell: Charley Reese
Who Are the 'Terrorists'?: Murray Rothbard

Man is the only animal of which I am thoroughly and cravenly afraid...There is no harm in a well-fed lion. It has no ideals, no sect, no party...
George Bernard Shaw
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Updated March 6, 2006 - 11:15 PM EST
Ex-General: 'We're in a Civil War'
Top Iraqi General, 20 Others Killed in Attacks
Iraqi President Joins Coalition to Oust PM
US Presses Iraqis to Resolve Impasse
US Military Denies Iraq Withdrawal Plan
Iraq's Besieged Sunnis Now Looking to US
Bolton Warns Iran of 'Painful Consequences'
UN Watchdog Meets on Iran in Security Council Prelude
Supreme Court Upholds College Military Recruiting Law
Years Without Charges, Gitmo Inmates Wonder if They'll Ever Leave
Bush Indulges India, Neuters Nonproliferation  by Joseph Cirincione
The Value of George Orwell
by Charley Reese
On Torture and Being 'Good Americans'  by Fred Branfman
Tracing the Trail of Torture
by Dahr Jamail and Tom Engelhardt
Learning From Saddam  by Martin Sieff
In Iraq, a War of All Against All
by Jonathan Steele

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India Deal Makes US a Nuclear Proliferator
Confusion Over Pakistan Clashes
Israel Eyes Broad West Bank Pullout
Hamas Rejects Zawahiri's Offer of Support
Sunni Tribes of Iraq's Rebel Bastion Declare War on Zarqawi
Iraqi Kurds Want Independence if Fighting Continues
Created in 2004, US 'Civil Liberties Oversight Board' May Finally Meet
Task Force Urges Bush to Be Tougher With Russia
US Marines Wall in Iraqi City With Sand to Stop Insurgents
Today in Iraq
Iraq's New Parliament to Convene Sunday
Top Sunni MP: Iraq Has Gone From Bad to Worse
Iraqis Hunker Down in Fear of More Sectarian Strife
Iraq Pledges Increased Protection for Children Following Attacks
General's Assessment of Iraq Questioned
Woman Who Put Iraq on the Map
Remembering Allan: A Tribute to Jill Carroll's Interpreter
Amnesty Condemns Detention Without Trial in Iraq
Attacks Continue
Nine Killed Across Strife-Torn Iraq
Gunmen Kill 3 in Iraq Mosque Attack
Iraq's Crisis of Scarred Psyches
Developments in Iraq, March 6
Developments in Iraq, March 5
Global Iraq Fallout
Japan May Delay Scheduled Iraq Pullout
South Korean Troop Cut in Iraq to Begin in April
Pressure Grows for Iraq Spy Inquiry in Germany
Australian Probe Into Iraq Oil-for-Food Scandal Extended
Indonesians Demand US Pullout From Iraq
Bush's Shannon Stopover Picketed by Irish Antiwar Group
Turkish Film on Iraq War Breaking Box Office Records
US Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
Second Canadian Soldier Dies in Afghanistan
No Time to Question Canadian Role in Afghanistan, Says Foreign Minister
Axe Attack Latest Violence Against Foreign Troops in Afghanistan
Chicken Farmer or Taliban Minister?
Dozens of Insurgents Die as Pakistan Takes on 'Taliban' Militants
Bush Gives India a Hug, Pakistan a Friendly Pat
US Officials: Democracy Takes a Back Seat to Pakistan's Usefulness in Terror War
Violence Underscores Pakistan's Struggles in Battling Militants
Over 100 Reported Killed in North Waziristan Fighting
Pakistan Arrested Cricket Star to Keep Him From Protesting Bush Visit
Pakistan Seeks to Crack Down on Illegal Radio Stations Preaching Jihad
Karzai’s Charges Utter Nonsense, Says Musharraf
Waziristan Is Focus of the Hunt for al-Qaeda
Hundreds Flee Unrest in Pakistan Town
Pakistan Muslim League VP: Bush Initiated Arms Race in South Asia
Bush May Face Fight in Congress Over Nuclear Accord With India
Hindu Priests Purify Shrine After Bush Visit
India Maoists Launch Railway Raid
Grenade Attack Injures 26 in Kashmir
Kashmir Trooper Kills Four Colleagues, Shoots Himself
Nepal Maoists Apologize for Bombing Charity Offices
Nepal Reeling From Bloody Spring, 41 Killed
Taiwan Snubs China Premier's Warning Against Independence
China Admits to 'Deep-Seated Conflicts' Amid Economic Boom
65,000 Protest as Thai PM Refuses to Resign
Blast Injures Three in Bangladesh
Brazil's Lula Gets No Break at Carnival
Colombia Leader Uribe Close to Senate Control: Poll
Serbia Denounces Kosovo Albanians' Choice of Prime Minister
A Nation on Trial for Its Past
Outlawed Basque Leader Calls Strike in North Spain
Charges Expected Soon in Madrid Bombings
Chechnya's New Leader: A Boxer With His Own Army
Police Clash With Basque Separatists
Fraud Predicted in Belarus Elections
Unknown French Veteran of 1914 War Emerges From Mists of Time
US Warns Iran of Consequences of Nuclear Ambitions
Iran May Use 'Oil Weapon' if Crisis Worsens
Iran Reiterates Warning to West in Nuclear Dispute
Report: Tehran Park 'Cleansed' of Traces of Uranium
Computer Images of Nukes Key to US Case Against Iran
Chirac Says Way Still Clear for Deal With Iran
India, Russia Focus on Iran Issue
China Urges Renewed Talks on Iran Nuclear Crisis
Israeli Security Heads Split Over Iran-Russia Nuke Deal
Iran Arrests Nuclear Spy
Guantanamo: Inmates' Testimonies
Details of Some Guantanamo Hearings
Voices From Guantanamo
Gitmo Detainee 'Humbled' to Be Called Enemy Combatant
Archbishop of Canterbury: Gitmo Sets Dangerous Precedent
Canada Almost Alone in Supporting Guantanamo
US Military
Army of Recruiters Invades City High Schools
All Hands on Deck: Sailors Off to Middle East in Growing Numbers
The War at Home
'Specific' Info on NSA Eavesdropping?
Iranian in US Campus 'Car Attack'
Murtha: Iran and al-Qaeda Benefit From US in Iraq
To Lead the Faithful in a Faith Under Fire 
New Book Examines Legal Questions of Preemptive War
Sheehan Still Campaigning Against War
Cartoon Fallout
Pakistan: Tens of Thousands Rally Against Cartoons
Europe's Muslims Divided in Wake of Cartoon Furor
Syria, Denmark Discuss Means of Handling Cartoons Crisis
Israeli-Palestinian Politics
Olmert: Russia Harming Our Efforts to Isolate Hamas
Israel and Hamas United on Ditching Road Map
Peres Balks at Olmert's Plans for Unilateral Pullout
Hamas Ready to 'Change Manners'
Israeli Arabs Reflect on Hamas Win
Peace Now Blasts Kadima for 'Capitulating' to Settlers
Mofaz: Jordanian Intelligence Thwarted al-Qaeda Attack
Mossad's Mythologized Assassins Reveal Their Trade Secrets
Israel's Security Barrier and a Forbidden Road Hem in a Palestinian Family
Six Qassam Rockets Fired at Israel
Israel Church Attackers 'Sorry'
Chirac Warns Syria on Lebanon
Syria Pledges to Cooperate With UN Probe
Lebanese Bankers: No Syrian Cash Withdrawals From Lebanon
Lebanon Leaders Close on Fate of Palestinian Arms
Middle East
Kuwait Frees Ex-Gitmo Detainees
Chirac Addresses Saudi Parliament
Egypt Arrests 12 Muslim Brotherhood Members
Libya Names New PM in Major Cabinet Reshuffle
France to Sign Pact to Develop Libya's Nuclear Energy
Nigerian Militants Threaten to Halve Oil Output
In Fight Over Nigerian Delta, Firepower Grows Sophisticated
EU Seeks Volunteers to Back UN Military Mission in Congo
Sudan, UN Remain at Odds Over Darfur
Rocket Scientist Plots Mugabe's Demise
Algeria Frees Militants in Mass Pardon
Outgoing Benin Leader Criticizes Election
British Spies
MI5 Report: Terrorist Begin Had Plastic Surgery to Avoid Capture
MI5 Agent's Affair Caused Security Alert

Justin Raimondo
Another War for Israel

David R. Henderson
War Is Good for the Economy – Isn't It?

Charles Peña
Defense Transformation at the Crossroads

Nebojsa Malic
Insult to Injury

Ivan Eland
Just Say 'No' to Israel in NATO

Alan Bock
War Complicates Everything

Praful Bidwai
Last Chance for Diplomacy?

Sascha Matuszak

Ran HaCohen
Hamas and Israel: Rival Twins

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

Matthew Barganier
Et Tu, Pat?

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