Today's Highlights

A Bogeyman Made by the US: Brendan O'Neill
Another Dubious Turning Point: Alan Bock
US Stumbles Onto Road to Diplomacy: Leon Hadar
Terrorism Is a Tactic: Charley Reese
Trapping Iran with a Tripwire: Jorge Hirsch

It is only those who have neither fired a shot nor heard the shrieks and groans of the wounded who cry aloud for blood...War is hell.
General William Tecumseh Sherman
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Updated June 11, 2006 - 10:58 PM EDT
Bolton Rejects 'Grand Bargain' With Iran
How Zarqawi Was Cornered, Bombed, and Beaten
Hundreds of Iraqi Soldiers Deserting
Iraqi Govt Decides It Needs US Military Presence
Iran to Offer Counter-Proposals on Nuclear Crisis
Sergeant Denies Murder or Cover-Up in Haditha
35 Die in Sunday Iraq Violence
Olmert: 'Deep Sorrow' at Beach Deaths, Launches Air Strike
Three Prisoners Die in Guantanamo Suicide Pact
Zarqawi Recruited Hundreds for Attacks Abroad: Report
Deadliest 3 Weeks in Afghanistan Kill More Than 500
Trapping Iran with a Tripwire
by Jorge Hirsch
US Stumbles Onto Road to Diplomacy With Iran  by Leon Hadar
Haditha, Bush, and Nuremberg's Law  by Peter Dyer
Propaganda and Haditha
by Dahr Jamail and Jeff Pflueger
Terrorism Is a Tactic  by Charley Reese
Protecting Leakers  by Gordon Prather

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Fax Reveals US Is Flying Suspects to Europe's Secret Jails
Report: CIA Used Syria for 'Outsourcing of Torture'
Bush Also Gave Iraq 'Weeks, Not Months'
Pentagon Says Guantanamo Suicides Hung Themselves
Iraqi Recruits Can't Go to a Military Hospital – There Is None
Bush Hopes for Opportunity With Iraq Session
$20m Paid to Iraq Victims of US Military
NATO Asks Italy for More Troops for Afghanistan
Funerals of Italian Soldier Killed in Iraq Conducted in Rome
Today in Iraq
Business as Usual in Iraq’s Insurgency
Most Wanted Now: War-Weary Sunnis
US Keeps Heat Up as al-Qaeda in Iraq Issues Urgent Appeals
Splits in Society 'Permeate Iraq Government'
AP Blog: Soviet Deja Vu in Iraq
Zarqawi's Legacy
Zarqawi May Have Spawned an Army of Admirers
'What al-Zarqawi's Death Means for Iraq''
Zarqawi Successor Believed in Baghdad
US Military Conducts Autopsy on Zarqawi's Body
Ruins of Zarqawi's House Offer Clues and Hints
Zarqawi's Hideout Was Secret Till Last Minute
Zarqawi Family Wants Slain Son's Body for Burial
Clan Calls Death of 'Martyr' a Blessing
Attacks Continue
Two Bombs Target Police Patrols as Attacks in Iraq Kill at Least 24
Three Beheaded on Iraqi Terror Video
Bomb Kills US Soldier in Northern Iraq
Developments in Iraq on June 11
Developments in Iraq on June 10
Iraq Occupation
US Seeking New Strategy for Buttressing Iraq's Govt
Pace Cautions Against Pre-Judging Marines
Soldiers Stay in Iraq Despite Wounds That Could Send Them Home
Guardsmen Struggle to Come to Terms With Iraq Experience
Battle of Britain
UK Troop Families Make Antiwar Call
The Militant Mothers Who Are Taking on Tony Blair
Americans Keep Dying
Texas Soldier Killed His First Week in Iraq
Soldier's Family Angry as They Mourn (AL)
First Female Iowan, a Seabee Reservist, Killed in Iraq
Marine (IL) Enlisted the Day Before 9/11
2nd Shooting Kills Illinois Soldier in Iraq
Roseville (IL) Sailor Killed in Iraq
Cuyahoga Falls (OH) Officer Killed in Iraq
High School Football Star (VA) Killed in Iraq
Md.-Based Soldier (DE) Dies While Serving in Iraq
Mom: 'He Was My Angel' (NH)
Sun Prairie (ND) Native Killed in Afghanistan
Soldier (OK) Killed in Afghanistan Remembered for Turning Life Around
Texas A&M Alum Killed by Blast in Iraq
Mentor (OH) Native Killed in Iraq
Stepson: 'Guardsman 'Had a Killer Jump Shot' (CA)
Friends Remember Quiet Boy Who Become a Dedicated Leader (CO)
Two Soldiers' Families Grieve (ND)
Blast Kills Winnemucca (NV) Soldier in Iraq
Veteran Mansfield (OH) Marine Officer Dies in Iraq
US Group: 28 Chinese Christians Held
China's Hi-Tech Military Disaster
Bangladesh Opposition to Besiege Capital to Force Election Reforms
Myanmar Pro-Democracy Leader Suu Kyi Hospitalized With Stomach Illness
Inquiry Urged for E. Timor Claims
UN Kosovo Mediator Urges Serbs to End Boycott
Gunmen Kill Six Near Chechnya
Spanish Right-Wing Marches Against Basque Peace Talks
Weekend Reviews
Should We Stay or Should We Go Now?
Film Showed More Than One Obsession
Documentary Looks at Antiwar Vietnam Veterans
Iran Given June 29 Deadline to Respond to Anti-Nuke Offer
Iran Soccer Team Face Mass Protest
Shut Up About Politics: Iran Coach
Iran May Still Hold Upper Hand
War on Terror
Many in Terrorists' 'Next Generation' Dead
Questions Over London Terror Raid
Yard Told MI5 of Terror Tip Doubt
UK Anti-Terror Police Target Schools and Youth Groups
Tip-Off by Police Informer Led to Forest Gate Raid
Majority Believe Terrorists Will Hit Canada
Canada Hits Out at US Over 'Terror Host' Jibe
School Ties Link Alleged Canada Plotters
Data Theft at Nuclear Agency Went Unreported for 9 Months
The War at Home
3 Faiths Find Common Ground Against War in Iraq
Iraq, Terror Votes Come at a Good Time for GOP
Americans Doubtful About Iraqi Government
Rally Supports Troops Being Investigated
US Military
Congress May Boost Pay for DoD Civilians
'Time Doesn’t Make It Any Easier'
Carnage on the Beach Leaves Truce Hanging by a Thread
Girl Becomes Sign of Palestinian Mourning
Three-Way War Threatens Gaza
Date Is Set for Vote on Palestinian State
West Bank Militants Say They Kidnapped Israeli
Fourteen Islamists Arrested in Syria 'Terror' Plot
Lebanon Speaker Wants Arab Mediation With Syria
Lebanon Says Islamic Jihad Killing Suspect Arrested
Hezbollah Wants Healthy Ties Between Lebanon, Syria
Islam's Gunmen Rout Somali Warlords
12 Die as Somali Leadership Is Racked by Factional Fighting
Sudanese Tribal Leaders Reject Possible UN Peacekeeper Force in Darfur
UN Faces Threats Over Darfur Plan
Mission Presses Sudan for UN Peacekeeping Troops in Darfur
Sudan's Bloodshed Claws Deeper Into Its Neighbor
Congo: Journalist Arrested After Criticizing the Police
Nigeria's Ruling Party in Split
Taliban Surging in Afghan Shift From US to NATO
40 Taliban Fighters Killed in Past Week as Violence Escalates
Bomb Hits Afghan Intelligence Official's Convoy, Three Killed
Two Taliban, Two Police Killed in Southern Afghanistan Attack
Military Kills Up to 20 Militants in Pakistani Tribal Area
Pakistan Losses $350 Million US Aid on Democracy, Rights
Pakistan to US: Limit Indian Troops in Afghanistan
Balochistan Gas Pipeline Blown Up
Market Blast Kills 5 in India's Northeast
India Family Burnt Alive
One Dead, Eight Injured in Indian Army Firing in Kashmir
Venezuela's Ragtag Reserves Are Marching as to War
Fist-Fight in Bolivia's Congress
Colombia: FARC Explosives Expert Captured
New Cabinet for Haiti Is Sworn In

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Zarqawi: The Man and the Myth

Alan Bock
Another Dubious Turning Point

Doug Bandow
For America, a Nation-Building Disaster Avoided

Charles Peña
On the Border

Nebojsa Malic
Serbia's Turn

Ivan Eland
Iranian Nukes: US Denies Reality

David R. Henderson
Reflections on Memorial Day, 2006

Praful Bidwai
India, US Tighten Nuclear Handshake

Ran HaCohen
Why We Cannot Talk With Hamas

Sascha Matuszak
Getting a Piece of the Pie

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