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Why Are We Still in Korea?: Doug Bandow
The Scandal at Walter Reed: Rep. Ron Paul
To Fight or Not to Fight?: Robert Higgs
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Why Cheney Went After Wilson’s Wife: To Show the Rest What Could Happen to Them

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News
Updated March 9, 2007 - 9:30 PM EST
Bush Hangs Veto Over Pullout Plan
 
  As Iraq Exit Plan Arrives, Democrats' Rift Remains
US Troop Buildup in Iraq Getting Bigger
 
  New Commander: No Military Solution in Iraq
  US: Iraqi Insurgent Attacks Intensify
  Friday: 1 Marine, 31 Iraqis Killed
Iranian Influence Soaring in Iraq
 
  US Will Use Baghdad Meet to Confront Iran, Syria Over Unrest: Official
  Iran Hopes to Ease Tensions With US at Baghdad Meet
  Iranian Defector 'Huge Coup' for Americans
  US: Iranian General's Disappearance 'Voluntary,' Orchestrated by Israel
  Rebels Say Kidnap 4 Iran Troops, Issue Video
US Sends Spies Into Pakistan to Kill bin Laden
 
  UN Envoy Warns Against Long-Term Foreign Troops in Afghanistan
Inspector General: FBI Violated PATRIOT Act Guidelines
 
  DHS Computer Is Back in the 'Vast Privacy Violations' Business
Viewpoints
The Scandal at Walter Reed
by Rep. Ron Paul
On War Costs, Bush Is a Master of Disguise  by Neil Abercrombie
The Pentagon's Power to Arrest, Torture, and Execute Americans  by Jacob G. Hornberger
Guantánamo Is Not a Prison
by Karen J. Greenberg and Tom Engelhardt
Surging: The Lie Admitted
by Barry Lando
To Fight or Not to Fight?  by Robert Higgs

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Frontline
UN Agency Debates Israel's Nuclear Program
A Look at Democratic Plans on Iraq
Arab Leaders in Tug-of-War Over Iraq Conference
Iraqi Anti-Corruption Head Says Graft Worse Than in Saddam's Time
Iraq Solution Proves Elusive
Soldier of Conscience
Bush Faces Widespread Opposition in Latin America
US Leaves Cuban Physicians in Limbo
 
Iraqi Shi'ites Bury Their Dead
Iraqi Politics
Iraq Conference Will Test US Readiness to Deal With Iran, Syria
Iraq Security Meeting Poses Risks for US Beyond Contact With Iran and Syria
Iraq Conference Faces Clash of Interests
Main Players in Iraq Regional Conference
Shi'ites in Spat With Arabs Over Talks
Iraq Sunni Lawmaker Opposes Move to Lift Immunity
Today in Iraq
Saddam's Nephew Among 140 Set Free in Prison Raid
Iraq Recaptures 42 Escapees
Million of Shi'ite Pilgrims Pour Into Iraq Shrine City
Baghdad Fisherman Bagging More Fish and Fewer Bodies
GIs, Iraqis Capture Suspected Insurgents
Poets Mournful but Defiant Amid Baghdad Rubble
Mortars Strike Baghdad Airport, No Casualties
Thursday: 67 Iraqis Killed, 58 Wounded
Iraq Occupation
For First Time Since Vietnam, Riverboats Deploy for Iraq
Republic of Georgia Adding Iraqi Troops
Sadr Renews Demand for US Forces to Leave Iraq
Libby Verdict
Libby Verdict May Further Weaken Bush
Valerie Plame to Testify Before Congress
Rep. Waxman Asks Fitzgerald to Testify Before Congress
CIA Leak Case Moves on to Civil Court 
Protesting the War
War Protesters Target Lawmakers Offices
Stop Funding the War: Protest at Pelosi's Office March 19
Nationwide Events for 4th Anniversary of Invasion of Iraq
March 12-19 Events: Anniversary of Invasion of Iraq
The War at Home
Bush Administration Bows to Uproar Over Firing of Eight Federal Attorneys
Speculation About Hagel Announcement Begins
Clinton Proposes New 'GI Bill' for US Wounded in Iraq
US Military
Officials Block Radioactive Weapons Test in Northern California
House Panel to Deny F-35, EA-18 Airplane Funds
Corpsman in Iraq Killing Case Released
Congressman Says He Told Army of Care Lapses
General With Combat Experience to Become Walter Reed Deputy
Veterans Face Vast Inequities Over Disability
'War on Terror'
Former Polish PM Denies Secret CIA Prisons
Former Polish Intelligence Chief Admits CIA Had Access to Facility
Former Sailor Accused of Providing Data to Terrorist Web Site
Under Bill, Arizona Would Opt Out of National ID Card
NY Pair Given 15 Years in FBI Assassination Sting
UK Terrorism Alert Puts More Armed Police on the Streets
Guantanamo Detainee Calls Home, Asks to Boycott Tribunal
Russia
Missile Defense: Dialogue of the Deaf
Russian Arms Exports Break Records
Russia's New Dissidents Defend Human Rights
FBI to Look Into Doctor, Daughter Poisoning
Kosovo
Kosovo Albanians Accept Amended UN Kosovo Plan; Serbs Reject
UN Hopes Ex-Rebels Will Buy Into Kosovo Peace Deal
Still 'No Quick Exit' in Sight for Troops in Kosovo
Pentagon Considering Combat Pay Cuts for Kosovo
Europe
Hard-Liners Dominate North Ireland Voting
Ex-Spy Justifies German Ban on Guantanamo Inmate
Civilian Flights to Chechnya Start Again
More Than 40 Hurt in Athens Rioting
Greek Cypriots Dismantle Barrier
Sudan
Sudanese Leader's Long Letter Gets Brief Response From Bush
US Says Sudan 'Paralyzing' Aid to Darfur
Sudan: US Envoy Back for Talks
Sudan: Trial of Darfur Suspect Delayed
Africa
10 Civilians Killed in Somalia
Congo Arrest Over Missing Uranium
British FM Urges Safe Release of Embassy Staff in Ethiopia
 
Iran
Russia, China, Object to Tough Sanctions on Iran
Flurry of Diplomatic Activity but No Deal on New UN Sanctions on Iran
Iran Shrugs Off UN Pressure Over Nukes
Iran, Russia Nuclear Talks Fruitless
UN Agency Freezes Some Assistance Programs to Iran
Iranians Lose Access to Unlimited Cheap Fuel
Iran's Successful Blend: Charity, Ideology
Iran Worried by Yemen Sectarian Unrest
Iran Frees Most Women Held After Protest
Tension Rises in Iran Over Women's Rights
Musharraf: Iranís Interests Close to Pakistanís Heart
Palestine
11-Year-Old Palestinian Girl Used by Israel as Human Shield
Palestinian Unity Government '99 Percent' Formed
Hamas, Fatah Back Abbas Bid to Extend Cease-Fire
Man Dies in Gaza Crossing Chaos
One Gaza Gate Opens to Future, Another Locks in Past
Israel
No One to Be Singled Out Over Israel-Lebanon War Debacle: Report
Rights Groups Protest as Israeli Military Practices Assault in West Bank Villages
Reporters Hurt by Israel Security Forces
Carter Stands Firm on Apartheid Accusations Against Israel
Israel Warns Its Citizens to Avoid Egypt, Jordan
Israel TV Denies Film Said Egyptian PoWs Killed
Israel Releases Islamist Leader
Israeli Ruling Bans Released Arab Leader From Rallies
Olmert's Political Fortunes Sink to New Lows
Two Israeli Border Police Get Prison Terms for Robbing Palestinians
Israel Unveils Portable Hunter-Killer Robot
Lebanon
Olmert's 'Planned War' Statement Could Give Boost to Hezbollah
Israeli Military Sources Say UN Troops Really Want to Confront Hezbollah
Two Belgians Peacekeepers Killed in Lebanon
Israeli MP Slams Olmert Declaration That War Plans Were Made Months in Advance
2 Key Lebanese Leaders Meet
Winning Lebanon War Image Causes Controversy
Siniora Trusts Saudi to Name the 'Neutral' Minister in Unity Cabinet
Middle East
Turkish Army Orders Probe After Media Report
Egypt Forbids 2,000 Pilgrims From Visiting Israel
Afghanistan
Afghan Official a Convicted Drug Trafficker
Afghan Warlord Splits With Taliban
German Aid Worker Killed in Afghanistan Ambush
Fourth British Soldier in a Week Killed in Helmand
Italian Parliament Votes to Keep Troops in Afghanistan
Italians Rally for Journalist Kidnapped in Afghanistan
Parachute Failure Destroys NATO's Re-Supply Equipment in Southern Afghanistan
Insecurity Holding Back Help for Afghan Women
US Official Defends NATO Role in Afghanistan but Says More Can Be Done
Kashmir/Pakistan
Foreign TV Channels Pulled in Kashmir
Four Rebels Die in Kashmir Forest Gunbattle
Militants Fire Rockets on Pakistan Paramilitary Base
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Says Some Police Involved in Abductions
Thousands Flee Sri Lanka Fighting
East Asia
Japan-North Korea Talks End Without a Breakthrough
US Lawmakers Urge Space Vigilance After China Blast
Japan to Probe WWII Military Brothels
Bush in Latin America
Street Protests Greet Bush Upon Arrival in Brazil
Bush and Chavez on Rival Tours in Bid to Win Latin American Hearts and Minds
Colombia Rebels 'Plan Attacks' During Bush Visit
Colombian Students Protest Bush Visit
Colombian President Faces Internal Strife Ahead of Visit
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
3/09/2007
The Other War

Doug Bandow
3/09/2007
Why are We Still in Korea?

Philip Giraldi
3/07/2007
Clueless in Gaza

Ivan Eland
3/06/2007
Containing Iraq's Civil War
Is Not the Answer

David R. Henderson
3/05/2007
How Much Is the War on Iraq Costing You?

Nebojsa Malic
3/03/2007
Not Guilty

Alan Bock
3/01/2007
Breaking the Presidential Pattern

Charles PeŮa
2/28/2007
Our Pals in Pakistan

Ran HaCohen
2/26/2007
How to Live With Hunger

Praful Bidwai
2/22/2007
From Horror, an Opportunity for Peace

Sascha Matuszak
2/21/2007
From China to Cairo

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