Today's Highlights

Reenacting War: Doug Troutman & Tom Engelhardt
Goodbye, Rummy: Charley Reese
War of Aggression Thwarted?: Gordon Prather
Live by the Sword, Die by the Sword: Leon Hadar
More Work Ahead: Alan Bock

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Updated November 12, 2006 - 9:22 PM EST
Sen. Levin: Dems Will Push Fast Pullout
  Friend: Rumsfeld 'in Denial' Over Iraq
  Facing Anger Over Iraq, Bush Talks of Change
  White House Brands Iran, Hezbollah as Terror 'Nexus'
  Bush to US Enemies: Don't Look at Vote as Lack of Will
Bloody Sunday: 212 Iraqis, 7 US/UK Troops Dead
  Iraq Girds for Shift in US Policy
  Sectarian Rifts Foretell Pitfalls of Iraqi Troops’ Taking Control
  Despite Billions Spent, Rebuilding Incomplete
Lebanese Government Breaking Apart
  US Vetoes UN Condemnation of Israel for Killing Gaza Civilians
  Hamas Official: Unity Govt Deal Near
  Olmert Touts Success of Lebanon War, Threatens Iran
  How Israel Put Gaza Civilians in Firing Line
Reenacting War
by Doug Troutman and Tom Engelhardt
Live by the Sword, Die by the Sword  by Leon Hadar
The Bush Administration's Torture of a US Citizen  by Glenn Greenwald
Goodbye, Rummy  by Charley Reese
War of Aggression Thwarted?
by Gordon Prather
US Must Get Out of Iraq – Now
by Rory Stewart

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Iraq: Remembering the War of Words
Report: Al-Qaeda May Plan Europe Transit Attacks
Germany Weighs War Crimes Case Against Rumsfeld
Decrepit Healthcare Adds to Toll in Iraq
Study Group's Somber Analysis of Iraq's Future
US, North Korea May Hold Working-Level Talks
Oil Revenues Fuel Resistance to US
New Clicks in the Arab World
US Engineer Indicted for Passing Secrets to Israel
Warrantless Wiretaps Unlikely to Be Approved
National Guard Units Face 2nd Tours in Iraq
A New Iraq Strategy?
Dean: Democrats Will Honor Need for Change in Iraq
Bush Says Rumsfeld Replacement Is Agent of Change
In Gates Selection, White House Hopes to Close Rift Between State and Defense
Bush and Blair Discuss New Policy for Iraq
Blair to Speak to US Committee on Iraq
Blair Will Urge US to Talk to Syria and Iran
Today in Iraq
Scale of Violence in Iraq Shows No Sign of Abating, British Security Firm Warns
Mortars Become Weapon of Choice in Iraq
'The Shi'ite Zarqawi'
My Grief, by the Father of Reporter Executed in Iraq
Hang Hussein Fast, Clerics Say
Saddam on Death Row: Who's Setting the Timetable?
Egypt Fears Hussein Death Backlash
Iraq Occupation
US Offers $50,000 for Soldier Kidnapped in Iraq
Military Sources: British to Quit Iraq in a Year
Australian Ministers Rule Out Withdrawal From Iraq
Saddam’s General Wants US to Stay
US Troops Take on Community Building in Iraq
Romania's President Vows Not to 'Abandon' Iraq
More Australian Troops Fly to Iraq
Attacks Continue
Saturday: 61 Iraqis KIlled, 50 Kidnapped
Iraq Gunmen Kill 10, Abduct 50 on Buses
Slovak, Polish Soldiers Killed by Roadside Bomb in Iraq
American Representative Office in Central Iraq Hit by Mortar Attack
US Military Deaths in Iraq Hit 2,845
Security Developments in Iraq, Nov. 12
Security Developments in Iraq, Nov. 11
The War at Home
Democrats Aim to Save Inquiry on Work in Iraq
Former Gen. Wesley Clark: Iraq a 'Hopeless, Spiraling Failure'
Rising Death Toll in Iraq to Close Down 'War Memorial'
UK 'War on Terror'
Brown: I'll Be Terror Overlord
UK 'Ministry of Propaganda' Will Take Fight to al-Qaeda
London Police Chief to Be Cleared of Wrongdoing in Menezes Killing
British MP’s Son Targeted by Bomb
Britain at War
Threat to Blair as Democrats Pledge Inquiry on Iraq
Modern British Navy Can't Cope With Piracy
Iraq War Dead Remembered
Americans Keep Dying
Officer (TX) Dies Just a Few Days After Arriving in Iraq
Colorado Marine Killed by Roadside Bomb on Third Mideast Tour
Alaska Marine Killed in Iraq Was on Second Tour
Rhode Island Soldier's Sacrifice Made Family Proud
San Bernardino (CA) Soldier Killed in Afghanistan Bombing
Drill Team Legend Killed in Iraq (TX)
'Proud Soldier' (TX) Served 2 Tours in Afghanistan
Middleburg (FL) Soldier With Ties to Pensacola Killed in Iraq
Yakama Nation Soldier (OR) Killed in Action
West Point Grad From Western Iowa Killed in Iraq
Mesa (AZ) Soldier Killed in Iraq When Explosion Hits Tank
San Antonio (TX) Marine Reservist Killed in Iraq
Slain Idaho Soldier Remembered for Ability to Inspire Classmates
Missouri Marine on Iraq Duty Killed in Fall
Ft. Myers (FL) Soldier Killed in Iraq Helicopter Crash
Soldier (PA) Dies in Helicopter Crash in Iraq
Soldier (NY), Slain in Afghanistan, Remembered Fondly
Ft. Riley (KS) Soldier With Ties to Michigan Killed in Afghanistan
Rites Set for Tulsa (OK) Contractor Killed in Iraq
New Hampshire Marine Killed by Roadside Bomb in Iraq
In Other News
Pope to Meet Cleric Who Denounced Him
Iran Vows to Hit Back if Israel Attacks
Iran Claims Presence of a US Aircraft Carrier Cruising in Gulf Waters
Iran Offers to Arm Enemies of Israel With Rocket Arsenal
Iran Ready to Consider Russian Uranium Plan
Russia and Iran to Work on Resuming Talks
Lebanon Government Talks Collapse, Showdown Looms
Israelis Say Hezbollah Missiles Back in Lebanon
Israeli Warplanes Fly Over Southern, Eastern Lebanon
Israel Refuses to Stop Overflights
Hamas Says US Veto of UN Draft Resolution Backs 'Massacres'
Dramatic Reduction in Qassam Fire as PA Unity Govt Deal Nears
Palestinian Children Head Back to School
Pain and Disbelief in Gaza
Palestinians Mark Arafat's Death
Gaza: Part Gladiator's Arena, Part Open Prison
Olmert: 'I'm Ready for Territorial Compromises'
Bush to Ask Olmert: Be Flexible
Interview With Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert
Christian Population Falls in Holy Land
Reservists Dismantle Lebanon War Protest Tent in Jerusalem
Afghanistan Waits for Peace Five Years After Fall of Taliban
Afghan Rights Deteriorating, Watchdog Tells Security Council
Italian FM Rules Out Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan
General: US Troops Preserving Afghan 'Freedom'
Afghan, NATO Forces Kill 18 Suspected Taleban Rebels
US Sent Data That Led to Pakistan School Attack
Rebel Suspect 'Paid $26 for Grenade Attack'
India to Press Pakistan to Rein in Militants During Peace Talks
Bangladesh Opposition Calls Indefinite Blockades and Protests
Bangladesh on Alert as Opposition Deadline Nears
Australia DM: Treaty With Indonesia Doesn't Mean We'll Train Indonesian Troops to Oppress
UN Envoy Meets With Myanmar Junta and Dissident
Blast Hits US Restaurant in Indonesia's Capital
Former East Timorese PM Says There Is a Plot to Assassinate Him
Northern Ireland
Police Issue Stalls Northern Ireland Deal
British Spy 'Gagged' Over Omagh
South Ossetia Independence Vote to Pit Russia vs. West
Report: Russian Military Extends Lifetime of Its Most Powerful Missiles
DR Congo
Mortars, Rockets Fired in Congo During Vote-Count
Candidates’ Supporters Fight in Congo
East Africa
Somalia Peace Deal 'Irrelevant'
All-Out War Looms in Horn of Africa as Islamic Militias Tighten Grip on Power

Kenya Bans Somalia Flights After US Terror Warning

Morocco Convicts Three Former Gitmo Detainees

Morocco Denies Religious Rights Abuse

Nicaragua's Ortega Vows Close US Ties
Venezuelans Square Off Over Race, Oil and a Populist Political Slogan
Two Jordanian Peacekeepers Die in Haiti
Canadian Universities Move to Hide Work From US Eyes
Newspaper Editor Killed in Mexico
Weekend Reviews
Iraq in Fragments
Moving Pictures: Iraq Documentary Is Stirring, Poetic
Soldiers for Hire
Ethical Realism

Justin Raimondo
Does Father Know Best?

Alan Bock
More Work Ahead

Doug Bandow
The Wreck of the War Party

Nebojsa Malic
The Battle for Kosovo

Charles Peña
The Mother of All Defense Supplementals

Ivan Eland
Disregarding Democracy

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

Praful Bidwai
North Korea Wins Nuclear Poker Round

Ran HaCohen
Good News From Gaza

Sascha Matuszak
China's Little Capitalists

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