Today's Highlights

Israel and Moral Blackmail: Justin Raimondo
Talking War With Officers: David Henderson
The Rule of Lawlessness in Kosovo: Chris Deliso
Hyperpower Hype & Where It Took Us: Engelhardt
A Costly Legacy: David Francis

All war is based on deception.
Sun Tzu
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Updated April 3, 2006 - 10:56 PM EDT
Jury: Moussaoui Eligible for Death
Sectarian Killings Surpass Bombings
Eight Marines, One Sailor Killed in Iraq Incidents
Split Supreme Court Rejects Padilla Challenge
Key Ally Turns Against Iraqi PM
Will US Air Power Remain in Iraq?
Russians Sense a New Cold War
Jill Carroll Denies She Sympathized With Captors
India Nuclear Deal May Face Hard Sell
The Hyperpower Hype and Where It Took Us  by Tom Engelhardt
The Art of War for the Antiwar Movement  by Scott Ritter
Local vs. Federal: The Antiwar Home Field Advantage  by Doug Fuda
US Bases in Iraq: A Costly Legacy
by David R. Francis
The Rule of Lawlessness in Kosovo
by Christopher Deliso
Let Iran Have the Bomb  by Brendan O'Neill

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Antiwar Protesters to Target BBC
Kurdish Officials in Iraq Expect More Exchanges With China
Pope Asks Catholics to Pray for Iraq Peace
Britain Looks Back
Britain Watched Horrified as US Prepared to Start World War III During Cuban Missile Crisis
UK Soldiers Shot for Not Putting on Cap May at Last Be Pardoned
Disguised Taliban Kills Four Police at Afghan Checkpoint
Taliban Set Ablaze US Military Base-Bound Oil Tankers in South Afghanistan
Senior Canadian Commander Says Afghanistan Is Not Canada's Iraq
Afghan Clerics Threaten Trouble Over Convert
Afghan Clerics Want Convert Recalled, Tried
Taliban Kill Turkish Engineer in Afghanistan
Two Canadian Soldiers Injured in Afghanistan Accident
Seven Cops Among 13 Killed in Balochistan
Militants Attack Pakistani Military Base
Rockets Kill Pakistani Soldier
Pakistan May Buy US, Chinese and Russian Planes
Indo-French Naval Exercise Begins
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Early Election Returns Show Thai Voters Split Over Thaksin
Abstentions Running High in Thailand Election
Thai Political Deadlock Likely Continuing
Thais Vote Despite Opposition Boycott
Bombs Explode at Thailand Polling Stations
UK Denies Iran Military Meeting
Iran Says UN Council Risks Worsening Dispute
US 'Committed' to Iran Diplomacy: Rice
Iran Blasts UN but Vows to Work With IAEA
Rice Tells ITV: 'Iran Is Not Iraq'
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Moussaoui Trial Fills in Details of 9/11 Plot
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Former US General Says Rumsfeld Should Quit Over Iraq
US Televangelist Promises Christian Pro-Israel Lobby Will Be 'More Powerful Than AIPAC'
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US Military
Navy Offers Bonus of Up to $40,000 for Seal Recruits
SOCom General Faces Subpoena in Bribery Case
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Israel Parties in Talks on New PM
Israel Takes Steps to Form New Government
New Settlement Lawmaker Angers Neighbors in West Bank
Pollard Co-Conspirator May Get Israeli Cabinet Post
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Hamas Vows Crackdown on 'Armed Chaos'
Hamas 'Restores Order' in Gaza
Gunmen Ignore Hamas Plea
Hamas Minister Says Could Take Year to End Armed Chaos
Palestinian FM: No Place for Israel on This Land
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Army, Navy Pound Gaza Launch Sites in Massive Assault
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Taylor Defense to Fight Charges
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In a Disease-Ridden and Stinking Swamp, Thousands Hide From War
President of Nigeria Is Weighing a Third Run
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Bolivia No Longer Thinks US Behind Hotel Bombings
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UN Blasts Abuse in Haiti Jails
Thousands Rally for Greater Basque Autonomy in Spain
China Called a Military Threat by Japanese
US Base Plan in Okinawa Faces Resentment
China Ready to Meet Uranium Rules
Indonesia Prepares for Possible Attack
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Charles Peņa
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Nebojsa Malic
City on the Edge of Forever

Ivan Eland
Top Ten Mistakes the Bush Administration Is Repeating from Vietnam

Praful Bidwai
India's Russia Card Ups Nuclear Stakes

Sascha Matuszak

Ran HaCohen
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Joseph Stromberg
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