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The Next War: Daniel Ellsberg
The End of Maliki?: Dreyfuss/Engelhardt
The More Things Change...: Alan Bock
The Humbling of the Hegemon: Leon Hadar
Neocrazy Media Nuke Cover-up: Gordon Prather

 
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News
Updated October 21, 2006 - 9:18 PM EDT
Bush: I Won't Change Strategy in Iraq
 
  Bush: Iraq Violence Aims to Sway US Elections
  Cheney: Iraq War Going 'Remarkably Well'
  Experts: US Numb to Iraq Troop Deaths
Iraqi PM Blocks Civilian Death Toll Release
 
  Iraq Province Loses 9,000 to Sectarian Killing
  Saturday: 55 Killed, 98 Hurt as Police Battle Militia in 2nd Iraq Town
  3 US Marines Killed; October Already Worst Month in a Year for US
  Iraqi Shi'ites in Favor of Mahdi Militia
  Bloody Battle for Amarah a Glimpse of Future
  British Troops Face Return to City They 'Gave Back' to Iraq
Bush Bars Courts From Detainee Case Reviews
Under Pressure, Kim Promises 'No More Tests'
 
  Poll: South Koreans Blame US for Nuclear Test
  Rice Urges Seoul to Fulfill UN Obligations on North Korea
Israel and US Agree: No Talks With Syria
 
  Israeli Military Officials Urge Full Scale Invasion of Gaza
Viewpoints
The End of Maliki?
by Robert Dreyfuss & Tom Engelhardt
The Humbling of the Hegemon
by Leon Hadar
Neocrazy Media Nuke Cover-up
by Gordon Prather
After Pat's Birthday  by Kevin Tillman
Size Matters  by Gregory Cochran
Iraq: Leave or Be Forced Out  by Gareth Porter

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Frontline
A Consensus Develops: Leave the Course
US Public Wants New Approach on Foreign Policy
State Dept Demands Foreign Govts Stop Calling for Gitmo Closure
Coalition Death Toll Hits 3,000 in Iraq
No, Iraq Is Not Vietnam
GOP's Solidarity on War Is Cracking
US Plan for New Nuclear Weapons Advances
Who Are the Taliban?
 
Baghdad Now Forced to 'Export' Bodies
Today in Iraq
Sadr Militia Shows Ire With Foray in Southern Iraq
Sadr Militia Briefly Seizes Southern City
Amara Clashes Test Plan to Put Iraqis in Charge
Violence in Iraq Underlines Militia Menace
Iraqi Insurgents Stage Defiant Parades
What Is Going Wrong in Iraq?
UN: 914,000 Have Fled Homes in Iraq
Attacks Continue
Friday: 52 Iraqis Killed, 120 Injured; 1 GI Dead
New Attacks in Tense Iraqi Town of Balad Kill Nine
US Military Deaths in Iraq Hit 2,787
Security Developments in Iraq, Oct. 21
Security Developments in Iraq, Oct. 20
Global Iraq Fallout
Mecca Bid to Halt Iraq Sectarian Dirty War
General's Comment No Help to Blair
Outspoken MP Quits UK Labor Party, Citing Blair Deceit on War
Iraq Mayhem Launches Hunt for Exit Strategy in US and UK
Poll: Canadians Content With Staying Out of Iraq
Americans Reconsider Iraq
Poll: Only a Third of Americans Support Iraq War
Rumsfeld: Iraq Must Take Over Security
An Old Bush Hand Takes on a New Role on the Iraq War
A Tipping Point for Iraq – Here at Home
Analysis: US Faces Hard Iraq Options
The War at Home
Democratic House Staffer Suspended Over Iraq Leak
Sen. Hutchison: WMD Info Swayed Vote on Iraq
CNN Airs Footage of Iraq Sniper Attacks
Lawyer: Salt Lake City Mayor Legally Allowed to Speak at Antiwar Rally
Staughton Lynd on War Resisters, the Peace Movement
US Military
Multi-Alarm Fire at Maryland Building Housing Army Intelligence Group
Bush Sets Defense as Space Priority
US Soldier Deserted Rather Than Fight in Afghanistan
'War on Terror'
Terror Suspect Says CIA Recruited Him
Military Tribunal Law Challenged Already
Man, 20, Arrested in Stadium Threat Hoax
Red Cross Concerned Over New US Terror Law
Lawyer: Military Tribunals Usually Aren't Fair Trials
Afghanistan
Bombers Hit Afghanistan Ahead of Major Holy Day
Gunmen Kill Eight Civilians Working for the US Military in Afghanistan
In Afghanistan, Killings Are Anything but Random
Royal Marine Killed in Afghanistan
France Reviewing Afghanistan Deployment: Minister
Dutch to Send 330 More Troops to Afghanistan
Pakistan
Exiled Leaders Call for a Return to Democracy in Pakistan
Bomb Blast in Northwestern Pakistani City Kills at Least Seven, Wounds 41
Two Soldiers Killed in Waziristan
Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan Navy Claims to Sinks Rebel Boats, Kill 20 Rebels
Sri Lanka's Tamil Tigers Bomb Their Way to Peace Talks
Asia
Thai Prince Convenes Military Parliament
Japan, US Step Up Work on Missile Shield
Five Killed in Kashmir Gunbattles, Blasts
Russia & Her Neighbors
Putin Warns Georgia Risks Bloodshed in Breakaway Areas
Putin Defies EU With Threat to Georgia
Putin Rejects EU Demand to Open Up Gas Supplies
Blair Fails to Confront Putin
Missile Defense Rumblings From Russia
Inside the Torture Chambers of Grozny
Europe
US Peacekeeper Injured in Kosovo Assault
EU Envoy Warns Turkey Not to Use French Genocide Bill as Excuse to Restrict Speech
In Other News
Deadlock After Marathon Fight for UN Panel Seat
Vatican: Christians, Muslims Face Test on Terrorism
North Korea, Mideast States, Refuse Chemical Arms Ban
 
North Korea
China Gave 'Strong Message' to North Koreans, Rice Says
US and China Call for North Korea to Rejoin Talks
North Korea Will Rejoin Talks if US Sanctions Lifted
North Korea May Be Backing Off Showdown
China Considers 'Host of Measures' to Pressure North Korea Over Nuclear Test
China Asks for Calm in North Korea Crisis
North Korea Holds Rally to Celebrate Nuke Test
Banks Say Nuclear Test Effects Not Far-Reaching
Kim Jong Il, the Tyrant With a Passion for Wine, Women and the Bomb
Iran
France to Suspend Push for UN Sanctions if Iran Cooperates
China Says It Will Play 'Constructive Role' on Iran
Iran Says Security Council Rulings Illegitimate
Iranian Leader Threatens Israel's Allies
Millions Take Part in Rallies Across Iran
Lebanon
UN 'Poses No Threat to Israeli Aircraft'
France: Israeli Planes Steering Clear of Lebanon
Turkish Troops Land in Lebanon to Join UNIFIL
Hezbollah Again Calls for 'National Unity Cabinet'
Hezbollah Women Rally on Border for al-Quds Day
Lebanon's Hezbollah Marks Jerusalem Day in More Subdued Fashion Than in Previous Years
Lebanese Labor Minister Says War Led to Huge Jump in Number of Unemployed
Palestine
Shooting Mars Gaza Factions Deal
Fatah: We Had No Role in Attack on Haniyeh Convoy
Palestinian PM Unhurt in Convoy Shooting
Peace Now: Most Outposts Partly Built on Private Palestinian Land
Israeli Raid in Gaza Kills One Civilian
Palestinian FM: Kidnapping Soldiers Still an Option
Israeli Activists Shield Palestinian Olive Harvest From Settlers' Attacks
Hamas Slams French FM for Backing West Bank Barrier
Egyptian Police Intercepts 200 Crates of Weapons En Route to Gaza
Muslims Flood Streets of Jerusalem for Ramadan
Israel
Israeli Officers to Get Polygraphs Over War Leaks
Israeli Billionaire's Investment Plan Raises Fears of a Hidden Agenda
Russian Minister Says Russia, Israel Have Settled Differences Over Hezbollah Arms
One Person Hurt in Qassam Rocket Strike on Central Sderot
Global Mideast Fallout
Egypt Seizes Gaza-Bound Arms
US Court Debates Hamas Legitimacy
Debate Over Hamas at Heart of US Case Against Donors
Middle East
A Liberal Brother at Odds With the Muslim Brotherhood
Saudi Ruler Gives New Powers to His Kin
Somalia/Ethiopia
Save US From Taliban, Somali Leader Pleads
Islamic Law Overpowers Pirates Off Somalia
Somalia: War of Words Over Islamic Courts' Role
Somalia Islamicists Ban Women From Beach
Somali Islamists May Execute Ethiopian 'Spies'
EU Diplomat Pair Face Ethiopia Expulsion
Sudan/Uganda
Sudanese Army Calls UN Envoy a Military Threat
Uganda Army on High Alert, Bans Travel to Sudan
77 Sudan Troops Drown in Nile Crash
Darfur Call by Genocide Survivors
Ugandan Rebels Kill 41 in Sudan
Colombia
General May Have Been Target of Colombian Blast
Colombia Blames Rebels for Car Bombing
Colombia Paramilitaries Reviving
Weekend Reviews
Reconnecting With the Reality-Based Community
How Bush Rules: Chronicles of a Radical Regime
The Rise of the Imperial Presidency
The Second Palestinian Intifada
Woodward's Latest Reveals Flaws in Bush's Approach
Clint Eastwood's Flags of Our Fathers Asks Hard Questions About the Way Governments Sell Our Wars
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
10/20/2006
The War Party, Then and Now

Alan Bock
10/21/2006
The More Things Change...

Doug Bandow
10/20/2006
Nation-Destroying
in the Balkans

Nebojsa Malic
10/19/2006
The Edge of Madness

Ivan Eland
10/17/2006
Stop Training Iraqis
for Civil War

Ran HaCohen
10/16/2006
Good News From Gaza

Praful Bidwai
10/14/2006
N. Korean Blast May Hit Indo-US Nuclear Deal

Charles Peña
10/11/2006
Co-Dependency in Iraq

David R. Henderson
10/09/2006
The Nuclear Taboo

Sascha Matuszak
9/04/2006
China's Little Capitalists

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