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How Washington Goaded Israel Into War: S. Zunes
Hyping Up the Iran 'Threat': Ray McGovern
Clueless and Catastrophic: Charley Reese
Nuking Safeguarded Facilities: Gordon Prather
GOP Report Hypes Iran 'Threat': Jim Lobe

 
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News
Updated August 26, 2006 - 9:05 PM EDT
UK Base Looted Day After Handover to Iraqis
 
  UK Base Looting Portends Iraq Handover Trouble
  Former Base Is Picked Clean by Looters
  US Tanks Shell Iraqi Mosque, 3 Killed
Iran Inaugurates New Atomic Project
 
  Israel Names Coordinator of Possible Iran War
  US Looks at Bypassing UN to Target Iran
  Russia Blocks Sanctions Against Iran
  Is Iran Really Running Militias in Iraq?
  Republican Report Hypes Iran 'Threat'
Israel Resigned to Armed Hezbollah Presence
 
  Israel Urges Some Muslim Countries to Send Troops
 

EU Nations to Provide Core of Lebanon Force

  France to Lead Force, Italy to Take Over in 6 Months
  Beirut Rejects Deployment of UN Troops on Border With Syria
  63 Percent of Israelis Want Olmert Gone
NATO Pilots Accused of Killing 13 Afghan Children, Civilians
 
  Karzai Orders Probe of Killings by US Forces
  Canadians Kill Policeman, Wound 6 in Afghan Friendly-Fire Shooting
  Taliban Distance Themselves From Suicide Attacks Against Civilians
Viewpoints
Hoekstra's Hoax: Hyping Up the Iran 'Threat'  by Ray McGovern
Who Are the Real 'Isolationists'?
by Bill Barnwell
The CIA-Contra-Crack Connection, 10 Years Later  by Nick Schou
Troop Recall Folly  Toledo Blade
Clueless and Catastrophic  by Charley Reese
Nuking Safeguarded Facilities
by Gordon Prather

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Frontline
Peacekeeping Boom Strains UN
Study Calls Iran 'Biggest Beneficiary' of US War on Terror
Video: Marine Wives Upset Over Involuntary Call-Up
France: Technical Contacts With Iran Possible
Syria Takes Hard Line Against Forces on Its Border With Lebanon
Plame Considering Suing Armitage
Sailor Faces Espionage, Desertion Charges
 
Cluster Bombs Lie in Wait for Lebanese Children
Today in Iraq
Weary Iraqis Face New Foe: Rising Prices
Hardline Sunni Cleric Willing to Meet Shi'ite Leaders
Iraqis Cautious Over Baghdad Security Crackdown
Rumsfeld: Iraq Must Reconcile Sects
Turkoman, Arabs Oppose Referendum on Future of Iraqi City Kirkuk
Sistani Asks Politicians to Remain in Iraq
Power Entrepreneurs Step in to Keep Baghdad Humming
Iraqi PM Hails Saddam Trial
Attacks Continue
Insurgents Kill 14 as Iraq Violence Rages
US Military Deaths in Iraq Hit 2,620
Security Developments in Iraq, Aug. 26
Security Developments in Iraq, Aug. 25
Global 'War on Terror'
Netherlands Denies Apology to India Over Airline Incident
India Strongly Protests Netherlands Detentions
New Arrests in German Train Plot
German Police: Unclear if Train Bombers Part of Global Network
Australian Pamphlet Distribution Calls for 'Holy War'
Britain Freezes Muslim Charity
US 'War on Terror'
Emmy-Nominated Filmmaker Can't Shake Terror Watchlist
Video Discloses Alleged Plot to Target Sears Tower
Poll: US Is Losing War on Terror, Say Americans
Stick of Dynamite Found in Checked Luggage
Feds Reconsider Liquids Ban on Airlines
Air Marshal Dress Code Changed
2 More Jets Diverted for Security Reasons
US Military
Guard, Reserve Iraq Death Toll Declines
Coping With War: Military Kids Head to Camp
Army Officer Recommending Trial for Watada
Two Marines to Face Hearing in Iraqi Civilian Death
US Army Reserve Officer Pleads Guilty in Iraq Case
Army Fears 'Adversary' Hits on Computers
The War at Home
Poll: Iraq War Distracted US, Say Americans
McCain Stresses Support for Iraq War
Koreas
South Korea DM 'Certain' North Korea Has 'One or Two' Nukes
Do Not Back North Korea Into Corner, Seoul Says
Seoul Closely Monitors North’s Nuke Test Site
US to Treat All North Korea Transactions as Suspect
South Korea, China Agree to Jointly Oppose North Korea Nuke Test
Japan's Likely Next PM Slams North Korea Over Possible Nuke Test
Afghanistan
Two French Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan: Defense Ministry
Four Afghan Children Killed by Mortar Round
Facing Deluge of Problems, Afghanistan's Karzai Under Attack in US
Afghan Taliban Denies Any Peace Talks With NATO
India/Pakistan/Kashmir
A Thaw Between India and China
Suspected Rebels Kill War Widow in Indian Kashmir, Injure Eight Others
Two Mumbai Bombings' Suspects Held in Kashmir
India Accused of Violating Kashmir LoC Ceasefire
UK, US Get Access to Pakistan Dawa Chief
Sri Lanka
200,000 Forced From Homes in Sri Lanka
First Aid Ship Arrives in Sri Lanka
India Struggles for Coherent Sri Lanka Policy
Thailand
Thai PM Alleges Army Plot to Kill Him
Thai Leader Accused of Fabricating Plot
Questions, Theories Swirl Around Thai PM Bomb Plot
Asia
China Rushing to Silence Dissidents Before Olympics
UN Starts New Timor Mission, Australia Troops Stay
Australia Offers to Train Philippines Troops to Fight Muslims
Japan to Alter Controversial War Shrine
Europe
Uphill All the Way on Kosovo, Says UN Envoy
Former Ukraine Leader Ordered to US Prison
Upbeat Blair Faces Signs of Dissent
Colombia
US-Backed Coca Spraying Mostly Hurts Legal Farmers
Colombia Hunts Paramilitary Chief
Venezuela
Chavez Rips US, Israel During China Visit
Chavez Eyes Syria Visit to Strengthen Ties
 
UN Lebanon Force
Chirac Says 15,000 UN Troops for Lebanon 'Excessive'
Annan: 'Disarming Hezbollah Is Not Going to Be Done by Force'
Pakistan Non-Committal on Troops for Lebanon
Turkey Still Undecided on Peacekeepers
Australia PM: 'No Value' in Sending Troops to Lebanon
Another 170 French Troops Arrive in Lebanon
UN Plans Lebanon 'Exclusion Zone'
A Fragile Cease-Fire
Israel Puts Disarming Hezbollah on Hold
US Wants Quick End to Lebanon Blockade, Blames Iran and Syria
Israel Won't Lift Blockade Until Troops Are in Place
Israel 'Waging Economic War on Lebanon'
Israel's Postwar Strategy Seeks to Stop Hezbollah Resupply
Israeli Views on Shebaa Farms Harden
Israel Leadership Crisis
In Postwar Israel, Olmert Loses Support
Demoralized Israelis Blame Political and Military Leaders
Succession of Scandals Leaves Olmert Fighting to Stay in Power
Lebanon
In Lebanon's Rubble, Aftershocks of War
Lebanese Optimism Begins to Evaporate
Lebanon Balancing Israeli Demands, Syrian Threats
UN Says Bombs Litter Areas of Lebanon
Downtown Beirut Businesses Struggle to Recover From War
Report Says Lebanon's GDP Will Fall 10 Percent Because of War
Lebanese Recover From Kafkaesque Trip to Israel
Hezbollah
Majority of Lebanese Believe Hezbollah Won War
Al-Manar TV Survived Israeli Attacks
Palestine
Lebanon Success Might Lead to UN Troops in Gaza
Hamas Sees Progress in Bid to Free Mediamen
Fatah Leaders Give Abbas Power to Form Unity Govt With Hamas
Gaza's Border With Egypt Reopens for One Day
Palestinian Authority Is Hobbled and Broke
Palestinian Hit Song Taps Into Nationalism
Bending It Like West Bank Resistance Fighters
Iran
Iran Wants Guarantees Against Sanctions Before Restarting Talks
Iran Denies Obstructing IAEA Inspections
The Kurds Are Being Driven Out Again - This Time by Iran
Iran Rejects 'Language of Force' Over Nuclear Program
Iranian, Romanian Presidents Hail Ties Amid Oil Rig Dispute
Despite High Oil Revenues, Budget Deficits Remain Chronic Problem in Iran
Khatami: Pressuring Iran on Nukes Fans Mideast Fire Further
Gold Rises on Speculation Iran Nuclear Dispute May Escalate
Oil Prices Rise as Traders Watch Iran
Syria
Israel FM: Syria Must Accept Lebanese Sovereignty, Hezbollah Arms Ban
Syria Denies Reports It Cut Electricity Supply to Lebanon
France Warns Syria Not to Use Lebanon to Avoid Hariri Probe
France, Germany Take Aim at Syria
Family of US Contractor Slain in Iraq Sues Syria
Saviour of Iraq's Antiquities Flees to Syria
Middle East
Egypt Arrests Top Muslim Brotherhood Members
Clashes Kill Three Ahead of Yemen's Elections
Global Mideast Fallout
German Official: Israel Won't Get Nuke Subs Until 2010
Jesse Jackson Plans Humanitarian Trip to Mideast
Russia Denies Hezbollah Arms Link
Somalia
Islamic Militia Expands in Somalia
First Ship Arrives in Mogadishu
DR Congo
EU Sends More Troops Into Congo
Rampaging Bodyguards Threaten Congo Runoff
Africa
Nigeria Troops Burn Delta Slums
Niger Captors Threaten to Kill Italians
UN: Ivorian Poll Deadline Impossible
Thousands Flee Senegal Fighting
Morocco Foils 'Major Attack'
Uganda Sets Truce Conditions
Burundi's Ex-President in Court Over 'Coup Plot'
Huge Rise in Sexual Assaults on Women in Darfur Refugee Camps
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
8/25/2006
The Neocons Ride Again

Doug Bandow
8/25/2006
Readings in the Age of Empire

Nebojsa Malic
8/24/2006
Wishful Thinking

Ivan Eland
8/22/2006
The Cult of the Offensive

Alan Bock
8/19/2006
The Police-State Impulse

Praful Bidwai
8/19/2006
Indian Foreign Policy Slips on Oil-for-Food Slick

Charles Peña
8/16/2006
Flying the Unfriendly Skies

David R. Henderson
8/14/2006
Are You Being Served?

Ran HaCohen
8/08/2006
The End of Lebanon?

Sascha Matuszak
4/06/2006
Getting a Piece of the Pie

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