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The Ideologue by Patrick J. Buchanan
Martyrs of the Republic: Karen Kwiatkowski
Don't Let Congress Backslide: Ron Jacobs
Antiwar Groups Plan Surge on DC: Aaron Glantz
US, Iranian Publics Not So Different: Jim Lobe

 

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News
Updated January 25, 2007 - 9:06 PM EST
Revolt Builds Against Bush Iraq Policy
 
  Generals: Iraq Leaves US Army, Marines Unready for High Intensity War
  Iraq Plan May Hamper Domestic Defense
  30,000 Additional Soldiers Will Cost $70 Billion
  Iraq Seen Erasing Deficit Improvements
US Says Its Has Proof Iran Is Interfering in Iraq
 
  Scant Evidence Found of Iran-Iraq Arms Link
  Iran a Source of Tension in Afghanistan's Western Herat
  Olmert Threats Raise Nuclear Stakes With Iran
  Bolton: US Following Flawed Iran Plan
Maliki: No School or Mosque Safe for Militants
 
  Iraqi Official Offers Terms From Militia to Avoid Fight
  Iraq Shi'ites Blast Bush's al-Qaeda Comparison
  In a New Joint US-Iraqi Patrol, the Americans Go First
  Thursday: 105 Iraqis, 1 GI Killed; 190 Iraqis, 3 GIs, 2 Britons Wounded
US Troop Buildup Planned for Afghanistan
 
  US Extends Combat Tours in Afghanistan
  For the First Time, Most Americans Oppose Afghan War
US Confirms New Air Strike in Somalia
4 Students Killed in Clashes at Beirut University
Antiwar Groups Plan Surge on Washington
Gonzales: Constitution Doesn't Guarantee Habeas Corpus
Viewpoints
Bush's State of Delusion Address
by Ximena Ortiz
Tiny Terrors in the Name of Homeland Security  by Jennifer Hunter
The Choice on North Korea: Fake Money or Real Nukes  by William D. Hartung
The Ideologue  by Patrick J. Buchanan
The Plame-Gate Plot Thickens
by Robert Parry
Don't Let Congress Backslide  by Ron Jacobs

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Frontline
US, Iranian Publics Not So Different
Britain Accuses Iran, Syria of Spitting in West's Eye
US Copters Strike Baghdad High-Rises, 25 Killed
Cheney: Talk of Blunders in Iraq Is 'Hogwash'
Hagel: Bush Wanted 2002 Iraq War Resolution to Cover Entire Mideast
Text of Sen. Iraq Resolution
Protest the War Saturday
 
Inside Baghdad: A City Paralyzed by Fear
Today in Iraq
Iraqi Politicians: Bush Ideas Not New
Four Americans in Iraq Crash Shot in Head
Chief US Military Doctor in Iraq Among Crash Dead
Iraq: Violence Prevails in Saddam's Home Province
Saddam Cousin Says Actions Against Kurds Justified
Palestinians Under Pressure to Leave Iraq
Wednesday: 137 Iraqis, 3 GIs Killed; 70 Iraqis Wounded
Iraq Occupation
US and Iraqi Troops Storm Baghdad Neighborhood Again
Official: Britain May Hand Over Basra Soon
Top Marine Commander: Troop Buildup Canít Last Long
Global Iraq Fallout
Spain Opens Case Against US Soldiers
Iraqi Financier Being Held in Lebanon
Bush Jabs Shi'ite Radicals, Iran Conciliates Arabs
Japan DM: Bush 'Wrong' on Iraq
Report: Saudi FM Warns Against Partitioning Iraq
Britain in Iraq
Blair Rejects Calls to Pull Iraq Troops
UK Lib Dems Call for Iraq Withdrawal
MPs Condemn Blair for Skipping Debate on Iraq
Beckett Fields Criticism From All Sides of Commons in Rare Debate on Iraq
Bush's Man in Iraq Wants UK Troops to Stay
Libby Trial
Libby Lawyers Attack Witness Credibility
At the Libby Trial, Hints of Intrigue and Betrayal
Libby Trial Prosecutors Reveal Pre-War Battle Over Iraq WMDs
Libby Eager to Reveal CIA Role in Events
Former CIA Official Testifies Against Libby
The War at Home
Government Reportedly Monitoring Antiwar Groups in Austin
US Presidential Candidates Compete to See Who Is Most Pro-Israel
Giuliani: Securing Baghdad Will Be Sort of Like Securing NYC Was
Online Retailer Shuts Down After Row Over Iraq
US Introduces UN Resolution on Holocaust Deniers
US Military
Senators Approve Petraeus Nomination
US Military Ray Gun Expected to Go Into Production in 2010

'War on Terror'

Georgia Says It Blocked Smuggling of Arms-Grade Uranium
Smugglerís Plot Highlights Fear Over Uranium
US: Canada Should Mind Its Own Business About Arar
'21/7 Bomb Plot Leader' Admits Making Five Backpack Devices
British Scientists Tighten Security Over Germ Terror Threat
Europe
Czechs Agree to Start Talks With US on Missile Base
Serbian Radical Party Riding High
Spain Police Hold Islamic Terror Suspect
Cuba
Lawmakers Urge Easing of Cuba Embargo
Chavez Says Castro 'Almost Jogging'
Americas
Ecuador Defense Minister Dies in Air Crash
Ex-Chavez Confidant a Critic in Venezuela
 
Iran
State of Union Reveals US Hostility Towards Iran
Iran Vows to Crush Any Threat as US Steps Up Rhetoric
Iran Reports Receiving Russian Weapons
Former CIA Head: Only US Attack Will Work in Iran
Iranians, Americans See Room for Compromise in Nuclear Row: Poll
Arab League Head Urges US Not to Attack Iran
Israel/Palestine
US Picks an Inauspicious Time to Restart Mideast Talks
New Chief Set for Israeli Military
Israeli Troops Kill Palestinian Near Gaza Border
Jewish Settlers Vandalize West Bank Village
Palestinian Cave Dwellers Living in Crisis
Zawahiri: Abbas a Traitor
Lebanon
Hezbollah Wonít Topple the Lebanese Government, Its Leader Says
Saudis and Iranians Working on Lebanon Deal
Lebanon Opposition Halts Strike After Three Die
Tripoli Sees Fighting as Beirut Recovers
Lebanon: Some Supporters Question Violent Protest
US to Pledge $770mln at Lebanon Donor Conference
Middle East
Official Ready to Re-Examine Law Shielding Turksí Identity
Egypt Arrests Seven in Muslim Brotherhood Clampdown
Afghanistan
More Than 30 Killed in Afghanistan Violence
More Danger From Terrorism on Afghan Border Than in Iraq
US to Urge Allies to Boost Afghan Support
Bush Plans New Focus on Afghan Recovery
The Mysteries of Kabul
More British Diplomats for Afghanistan
Pakistan
Pakistan Warns NATO Against Cross-Border Attacks
NATO Force Not Admitting to Killing of Pakistan Soldier
Musharraf Spurns US Charges of Taliban Help
15 Rockets Fired at Security Post in South Waziristan
Pakistan President Floats Muslim Mideast Peace Initiative
China
Chinese President Wants Inquiry Into Reporterís Murder
Blackmailing by Journalists in China Seen as 'Frequent'
Asia
Manila to Disarm Private Armies
Putin Visit to India Highlights Enduring Alliance
Sri Lanka Told to Probe Child Conscription
Bangladesh Military Accused of Stalling on Elections
Horn of Africa
Mortars Hit Somalia Airport, Two Said Dead
US Envoy Holds Talks With Somali Islamic Courts
Africa
China's Leader to Visit Sudan and Seek End to Darfur Conflict
Chad Troops Seize Hijacker of Sudanese Plane
Aid Agency: as Many as 1,500 Children Still Held by Rebels in Uganda
Leading Zimbabwe Publisher Challenges Government
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
1/24/2007
The Trial of Dick Cheney

Praful Bidwai
1/24/2007
Doomsday Clock Ticking Faster

Ivan Eland
1/23/2007
Rebellion Over Iraq:
Son Against Father

Doug Bandow
1/19/2007
Depression, War, and Cold War

Charles PeŮa
1/17/2007
92,000 More Soldiers?

Nebojsa Malic
1/11/2007
Sound and Fury

David R. Henderson
1/08/2007
Ford: A Lincoln and an Imperial(ist)

Alan Bock
1/06/2007
Clearing Decks or Rearranging Deck Chairs?

Ran HaCohen
12/26/2006
The Embarrassment of the Wretched

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

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