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For over a decade, we've been campaigning for a peaceful, noninterventionist foreign policy. We opposed the destructive, dangerous, and – as we know now – disastrous invasion of Iraq, and warned that Syria and Iran would be next on the War Party's agenda. We said at the time that there were no "weapons of mass destruction" – except, of course, in the U.S. arsenal.

Events proved us right on all counts – and we did it on a shoestring.

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Updated August 10, 2006 - 11:29 PM EDT
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White House Holds 'Off-the-Record' Meetings With Christian Zionists

Pat Robertson, Olmert Pray for Israeli Victory

Nasrallah, on TV, Supports Deployment of Lebanese Army

Rising Unease in Congress Over Iraq War

CNN Poll: 60 Percent of Americans Oppose Iraq War

Nagasaki Marks 61 Years Since Bombing

Neoconservatives' 'Favorite Democrat' Falls

Israeli Push Risks Heavy Casualties
Iraq Attacks Continue

Three US Soldiers Killed by Roadside Bomb in Iraq

HIV-Positive Couple Murdered in Iraq

Morgue Body Count Highlights Iraq Bloodshed

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Kidnapped Journalist

Four Men Arrested in Journalist's Kidnapping

Marines: Carroll Was Held Within Sight of US Base

Occupying Iraq

Romania to Withdraw Troops Upon Iraqi Government Request

UK Troops Said Overstretched in Iraq

American, Iraqi Forces Continue Crackdown on Militias in Baghdad

Australian Army 'Concocted Accounts' of Soldier's Death in Iraq

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Iran's Rocket Route to Israel

Mike Wallace Out of Retirement for Interview With Iran's President

Iran Filmmaker Focuses on Love Not War

Ahmadinejad Keen on Energy Ties With India

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US Repels Raid on Base in Afghanistan

Fifteen Taliban Killed in US-Led Attack

Afghans Condemn Killing of Widow and Son

Karzai Hints He Won't Run for 2nd Term

Canadian Soldier Killed in Afghanistan Shooting Accident

Witness: CIA Interrogator Enraged by Afghan Detainee

Kabul Wilts Under Power Cuts

Sri Lanka

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Rebels, Sri Lanka Both Claim Reservoir

Disease Fears Rise in Crowded Sri Lanka Camps


Nepal Government, Rebels Reach Agreement

Why Nepal Still Faces Many Hurdles

South Asia

Pakistan Hangs 'Islamic Militant'

2 Dead in New Violence in Kashmir


Somalia Islamists Take Key Town

UN Says Worsening Rights Situation May 'Doom' Darfur Peace Deal

Two Ukrainians, Two Norwegians Taken Hostage in Nigeria

Zimbabwe Seizes Millions in Cash


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Cuba Enjoys Warm Relations in Caribbean

US Isolated in Press for Democratic Change in Cuba

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Colombia: A Nation Traumatized by War

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Partial Recount Begins in Mexico

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North Korea Seeks Aid From South Despite Chills Over Missile Tests

China Intellectuals Decry Closure of Web Site

Russia and Her Neighbors

Russian Colonel Sentenced to 13 Years in Prison for Spying for Britain

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Kyrgyz Deportations Draw UN Rebuke

'War on Terror'

Empty Box Disrupts Washington Rail Service for Three Hours

UK Home Secretary Slams Rights Advocates for Getting in the Way of Terror Battle

UK Home Secretary Calls for More Curbs to Freedom

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United Kingdom

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Protesters Occupy UK Offices of Raytheon

Police Commander in Menezes Case Seeks Promotion

Police Stop IRA Dissidents From Marching

Lebanon Prepares 35,000 Reserve Troops

Rice's Hurdles on Middle East Begin at Home

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Hezbollah Visitors Arrive With Questions

Hezbollah's Tenacity Wins It Mythic Status in Arab Eyes

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Analysts Debate Syria's Role in Crisis

Americans Press Bush: Talk to Syria

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Global Lebanon Fallout

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War at Home

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Embattled White House Seeks Iraq Upper Hand
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