Today's Highlights

The War God That Failed: Justin Raimondo
Who Is 'We'? Part Two: David R. Henderson
Bush and Blair: Double Fantasy: Patrick Cockburn
Caesar vs. Bush – Gaul or Gall: Terry Jones
November Surprise: Tom Engelhardt

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Updated November 6, 2006 - 9:17 PM EST
Envoy Urges Iraqi Haste Amid US Voter Dismay
  Far From Healing Iraqi Divisions, Saddam Trial Has Deepened Them
  Iraqi Reactions Highlight Divides, Portending More Violence
  As Saddam Is Sentenced, Most Iraqis Shrug
  Saddam Urges Iraqis Not to Take Revenge on US
  US Helicopter Crashes in Iraq, Two Killed
  Monday: 5 GIs, 63 Iraqis Killed, 20 Wounded
  Sunday: 89 Iraqis, 3 GIs Killed; 71 Iraqis Wounded
Cheney: Election Will Not Deflect US in Iraq
  Will Saddam Verdict Affect Tuesday’s Vote?
  Only 8% of Americans Support 'Staying the Course'
  Iraq Foes Would Head Democrat War-Spending Panels
Feds Refusing to Prosecute FBI Terror Cases
  FBI Chief Said to Be 'Livid' About Leaks
48 Palestinians Dead as Israel Vows to Continue Assault
  Abbas, Hamas Fail to Agree on Joint Govt, Agree to Continue Talks
  Syria Hints at Armed Resistance if Israel Fails to Return Golan Heights
Sandinista Leader Ortega Appears Near Victory in Nicaragua
Julius Caesar Had Gaul; Bush Just Has Gall  by Terry Jones
US Is Casualty in Bush's Vanity War
by Andrew Greeley
Has America 'Lost' the Middle East?
by Patrick Seale
November Surprise  by Tom Engelhardt
Pushing Democracy, or Arms?
by William D. Hartung
Neck-and-Neck in Trouble  by Zvi Bar'el

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Where 'Plan A' Left Ahmed Chalabi
Iraq Government Closes 2 Sunni TV Stations
Uncertainty Over Iraqi Police Clash in Baghdad
'The Shi'ite Zarqawi'
Iran Ready to Consider Negotiating With US on Iraq
Turkish Official Warns Iraqi Kurds
Rumsfeld's Polarizing Persona Becomes Synonymous With Iraq War
UN Inspectors Visit Iran Enrichment Cascades
GOP Rep. Hoekstra Faults White House on Nuke Web Site
Top Neocon Richard Perle: I Was Promised My War Criticism Wouldn't Be Published Until After Election
Saddam Verdict
In a Divided Iraq, Reaction to Saddam Death Sentence Conforms to Sectarian Lines
Iraq Govt Hails Saddam Verdict, Sunnis Complain
Saddam Judge Ejects Former US Attorney General
Saddam Verdict Exacerbates Sunni-Shia Split
PM Describes Saddam Trial Efforts as Heroic
Death Penalty for Saddam
Iraq's President Had Said He Wouldn't Sign Saddam's Death Warrant
Shaken Saddam Sentenced to Hang
World Applauds Saddam Verdict, Some Condemn Death Penalty
Russia Warns Saddam Hanging Would Divide Iraq
EU: Saddam Should Not Hang
Saddam's Legacy
What Legacy Will Saddam Trial Leave?
Torture and Death: The Crimes and Trial of Saddam
Saddam: A Brutal Rule, Cut Short by War
The World Reacts
Divine Justice or Political Ploy? World Split on Iraq Differs on Saddam Verdict
Saddam Verdict Cheers War-Haunted Iran
International Resonance of Iraq Verdict
Hamas Condemns Saddam Sentence
World Differs on Saddam's Sentence
Israel Stays Silent on Saddam
Mideast Reaction in Saddam Verdict
Cheers and Jeers as Mideast Torn Over Saddam Verdict
France Fears Worsening Tensions in Iraq
Iraqi Leaders Tour Belfast for Lessons in Peace
Today in Iraq
Iraqi Sunnis Urge US to Fight Iran Influence, Not Insurgents
Soldiers in Iraq Say Pullout Would Have Devastating Results
A Wedding, a Bomb: The Hell of Baghdad
Round-the-Clock Curfew Keeps Lid on Iraq
US Accused of Breeding Extremism in Iraq
Army Advisers a Vital Link to Iraq Exit
Exiting Iraq, but Expecting to Return
Iraq Closes Jordan Border
Attacks Continue
Fighting Erupts in Baghdad After Verdict
Sunday: 89 Iraqis, 3 GIs Killed; 71 Iraqis Wounded
Soldier, Marine Die in Iraq, DoD Identifies Two Marines Killed
US Military Deaths in Iraq Hit 2,834
Security Developments in Iraq, Nov. 6
Security Developments in Iraq, Nov. 5
The War at Home
White House: Saddam Verdict Shows Progress in Iraq
Snow Denies Saddam Trial 'Scheming'
Focus on Iraq in US Campaign's Final Days
Profiteer Looking Beyond the War Zones
FBI Willing to Go Undercover in Congress if Necessary
CIA Edits Books by Former Workers With Heavy Hand
Bush Says Democrats Slow to Act on Terrorism
Britain at War
UK Recruits Learn Reality of War on the Somme
Families Appeal Over UK Iraq Inquiry
Reid Denies 'War' With Brown
Poland Proposes an EU Army Tied to NATO
UN May Delay Decision on Kosovo Autonomy
In Russia, Schisms Are Evident on Unity Day
ETA: Peace Process Is in Crisis
Hungarians Mark Anniversary of Crackdown
Row Flares as Fiji Army Accuses Australia of Breach
Australia Denies Sending Mercenaries to Fiji
Nicaragua Votes With One Eye on US Reaction
Nicaragua Braces Itself for Return of the Sandinistas
Reborn Ortega Enlists God in Presidential Bid
North Korea Gave US a Face-Saving Proposal to Restart Talks
Japan’s Race to Rearm Started Well Before North Korean Nuclear Test
Nuclear Question Still Nags at Japan
Nuclear Debate Splits Japanese Lawmakers
South Korea and US Set to Discuss North in Tokyo
South Korea, Japan Pledge to Work With US
North Korea Is 'Hungry for Business'
Western Firms Doing Business in North Korea
PM: Gaza Ops to Go on Until Goals Met

Israel's 'Autumn Clouds' Campaign Darkens Gaza Border

Red Cross Slams Killing of Gaza Paramedics
Haniyeh Not to Head New Palestinian Government
Cash-Strapped Palestinians Bank on Rich Olive Crop
Pope Worried About Situation in Gaza
Israel Hardliner in New Controversy Over 'Cyprus Plan'
Olmert: Lieberman's Views on Arabs Are Not My Own
Israel: Unexploded Hezbollah Rockets Pose Risk
Iran Ready to Supply Lebanon With Anti-Aircraft Arms
Hezbollah Uses Influence to Jockey for Power in Beirut
Car Bomb Goes Off Near Barracks in Lebanon
Hezbollah Says UN Envoy Has 'Dangerous, Suspicious Role'
Lebanon Leaders Head for Talks Amid Street Protest Threats
Middle East
Egypt Police Detain 30 Islamists
Turkish PM Consults Over Freedom of Speech Law
Canada Defense Chief: Military 'Scrambling' to Find Soldiers for Afghanistan
NATO Calls for Overhaul of Afghanistan Strategy
UK Army Prepares Paras for Tackling Taliban
Report Claims US Predator Carried Out Pakistan Airstrike
10,000 Condemn Deadly Pakistan Army Raid
Pakistan Convinces NATO to Seal Afghan Border
Rebels Kill Pro-Government Tribal Leader in Pakistan
Tragedy of Pakistan's Prison Children
Bomb Explosions Kill 15, Wound 30 in Northeast India
India's Fabled Bandits Are Disappearing
Boy Killed, Three Wounded in Kashmir Explosion
Sri Lanka
Predictions of Doom After Sri Lanka Talks Fail
Sri Lanka's Tamil Rebels Free 22 Child Soldiers
Nepal's Rebels Make Informal Deal to Lock Up Weapons
Taiwanese President Denies He Stole Funds
Tajiks Vote as Incumbent Gears Up for Long Reign
China in Africa
China, Africa End Summit With Deals and Aid Pledge
Sino-African Summit Ends With Swipe at Critics
Somali Islamists Back Peace Talks
Sudan Denies Involvement in Latest Killing in Darfur, Blames Bandits
Report: Al-Qaeda to Target Spanish Enclaves in Morocco
Rebels Threaten All-Out Attack on Nigeria's Oil
Algerian Rebels Kill Eight Soldiers
US-Canada Dispute Over NW Passage Revived
Huge March in Venezuela for Chávez Opponent
Poll: Colombians Wary of Paramilitary Negotiations
Protesters Pour Into Violent City of Oaxaca
US Sailor Fatally Stabbed in Halifax Brawl

Justin Raimondo
The War God That Failed

David R. Henderson
Who Is 'We'?
Part Two

Alan Bock
Missing the Fundamentals

Praful Bidwai
North Korea Wins Nuclear Poker Round

Doug Bandow
The Painful Death of Humanitarian Intervention

Ivan Eland
Filling the Spin Vacuum

Nebojsa Malic
Inventing Irrelevance

Charles Peńa
Fish or Cut Bait in Iraq

Ran HaCohen
Good News From Gaza

Sascha Matuszak
China's Little Capitalists

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