Today's Highlights

Israel's Last Chance: Gabriel Kolko
Bush the Flip-flopper: Alan Bock
Novak's 'Outings': Damage Control: Gordon Prather
Forget Israel, Befriend Russia: Charley Reese
The Confession Backfired: Paul Craig Roberts

 Giuliana Sgrena

Kidnapped, Rescued, Then Shot: An Italian Reporter’s Iraq Ordeal

 Justin Raimondo

What Happened to the Old Republic?: It Was Wounded in This War and Will Be Finished Off in the Next

 Jacob Hornberger

There is Nothing More Dangerous: The Power the Military is Claiming Over the American People

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Iraq Troop Buildup Approaches 30,000
  Gates Warns US Plans to Maintain Presence in Region 'For Decades'
  US Army Combat Aviation Brigade to Deploy Early to Iraq
  More European Troops in Iraq Said to Be 'Long Shot'
350 Poisoned by Iraq Chlorine Bombs
  Shi'ites Demand Closure of Sadr City Base
  UK Iraq Jail Break: Visitors Swapped Places With Britain’s Detainees
  US Rejects UK Ruling, Insists 'Friendly Fire' Death Was 'Tragic Accident'
  Saturday: 6 GIs, 58 Iraqis Killed, 399 Injured
Tens of Thousands at Pentagon Denounce War
  Christians in DC for War Protest
  Ellsberg Joins March 19th Iraq War Protest at Pelosi's Office
Accounts of Prosecutors' Dismissals Keep Shifting
  Loyalty to Bush May Not Be Enough to Save Gonzales
  Second Republican Senator Says Attorney General Should Go
  Rove, Gonzales Discussed Firings, E-Mails Show
Senators at Hearing Want Probe of KSM's Handling
  Pearl Family Doubts al-Qaeda Leader's Confession
Afghans and US Trade Charges in Death of 5 Police Officers
  German Officers Protest Afghan Mission
Conscience and the War
by Stephen F. Cohen
Ron Paul's Foreign Policy
of Freedom
 by Lew Rockwell
The Failed Attempt to Leash the Dogs of War  by Bart Frazier
Israel's Last Chance  by Gabriel Kolko
Forget Israel, Befriend Russia
by Charley Reese
Novak's 'Outings': Damage Control
by Gordon Prather

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Iraqi Kurds Commemorate Chemical Attack
Army Says Fatal Iraq Crash an Accident
Former Iraqi PM Dead
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Global Iraq Fallout
Israel Fears US Iraq Exit Could Topple Jordanian Regime
Judge Who Sentenced Saddam to Death Seeks Asylum in the UK
France's Villepin Calls for 2008 Iraq Troop Exit
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Protesting the War
Stop Funding the War: Protest at Pelosi's Office March 19
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Nationwide Events for 4th Anniversary of Invasion of Iraq
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The War at Home
Gonzales Brings in New Chief of Staff
Alaska Senator Among Republicans Feeling Antiwar Heat
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US Military
GAO: Cost Overruns Still Plague F-35 Joint Strike Fighter
Congress Investigates Walter Reed's 'VIP' Ward
In Kansas Army Town, Anguish of War Is Felt Deeply
Film Company Launches Online Iraq Memorial
'War on Terror'
Document Shows How al-Qaeda Tested Airports Ahead of Failed Jet Bombing Plot
Italians Debate Indictments of Americans in Kidnapping
US Swamped With Passport Requests
UK Anti-Terror Law May Be Toughened
'London Bomber' Did Not Mean to Hurt Anyone, Court Hears
US Man Gets Life for Mailing Explosive
Battles of Britain
British Muslims Warned to 'Take More Care' When Criticizing Israel
British Defense Ministry Spend $75,000 on Playstations
Mugabe Accuses Own Officials, Tsvangirai Defiant
Mugabe Threatens to Expel Envoys
Tutu Lambasts African Silence on Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean Defiant After Police Beating
Landmine 'Toy' Kills Seven in Somalia
UN Condemns Killing of Somali Human Rights Activist
UN List of Sudan Business Interests Could Embarrass China
China, Russia Seek to Block UN Report on Darfur
Ethiopia Urges Pressure on Eritrea for Missing Ethiopians
Uganda Govt Ordered to Pay $2.6 Billion to Amin Soldiers
Benin: President Survives Attack on Convoy
Ivory Coast Takes Step to Unify Military Forces
Nigeria Election Violence Alert
Colombians Seek Extradition of US Banana Executives Who Supported Death Squads
UN: Colombia's Army Killed Civilians
Bomb Kills Four in Colombia
Premier: World Shouldn't Fear China Army
Reporting Protests in Rural China
Chinese Lawmakers Approve Measure to Protect Private Property Rights
Weekend Reviews
The Unauthorized Rumsfeld
Spartan Pride: 300 and the Folly of Empire
Author Offers New Ways to View Political Orientation
Letters to the Past: Iwo Jima and Japanese Memory
US Will Give Visa to Iranian President
New Sanctions Said Unlikely to Hurt Iran
Cleric Hits Ahmadinejad for Making Enemies
Ahmadinejad Says Iran Will Stick to Atomic Work
Iran Envoy Slams British Nuke Plans
Iran Condemns UN Draft Sanctions
Palestinians Welcome New Unity Government
New 'Unity' Cabinet May End Palestinian Blockade
Palestinian Government to Be Sworn in After Vote
Britain to Talk With Non-Hamas Ministers: Diplomats
Gunmen Attempt to Kidnap UN Refugee Mission Chief in Gaza
Security Agency Says Hezbollah Support for Palestinian Militants Growing
Unidentified Assailants Kill Palestinian Intelligence Officer
PA Finance Minister Calls for Less Dependence on Israeli Imports
Impoverished Palestinians Sell Wedding Gold
Russia Hails New Palestinian Coalition
US Open to Some Contact With Palestinians' Fayyad
A Troubled Region Shows Its Funny Face
Israel Rejects Palestinian Government
Olmert's Office Sends Letter to Israeli Arab Party Threatening to Thwart Legal Activities
Activists Criticize Israeli Military
Eight Wounded in Demos Against West Bank Barrier
Former Egypt PoW Says He Saw Israeli MP Kill Captives
Anti-Israeli Protest in Egypt Over 'PoW Killings'
Protesters Claim Egypt Has Become Police State
Egypt Says Peace First With Israel, Normalization Later
Middle East
Brotherhood Urges Syria's Assad to Quit
Motive for Assassination of Ex-Lebanese Premier Narrowed to His Political Activities
Bush Discusses Mideast With Mubarak, Saudi King
UN Nuclear Chief Hopes North Korea Deadline Can Still Be Met
US Seeks to Bury Rift Before North Korea Talks
Inspectors Hope to Soon Revisit North Korea
North Korea Wants Macau Funds Released
US Lawmakers Threaten to Block North Korea's Removal From Terror List
South Korea Minister 'Skeptical' on Nuclear Deal: French Minister
Afghan Opium Crop Booms
Taliban Extend Italian Hostage Deadline
Italy Steps Up Efforts to Secure Release of Journalist Abducted in Afghanistan
Bulgaria Okays Larger Contingent in Afghanistan
Australian May Send More Troops to Afghanistan, Says PM
Three Australian Troops Injured in Afghanistan
Top Judge's Ouster Shakes Pakistan
Riot Police Smash Up TV Studio as Protests Grow Against Musharraf
Musharraf Apologizes for Attacks on Media Offices
US Calls for Restraint in Pakistan
Nearly 100 Opposition Workers Arrested in Pakistan
US Seeks to Build Up Pakistani Tribal Areas
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Seeks Foreign Help to Bring Tigers Back to Peace Talks
Fearful Homecoming as Sri Lanka Resettles Refugees
Lawyers’ Fee Threatens Khmer Rouge Trial
Khmer Rouge Trial Rules Agreed at Last
Vietnam to Consider Freeing Journalist After Inquiry by Rice
Japan Probe Finds No Evidence of WWII Sex Slaves

Justin Raimondo
and the Great Divide

Alan Bock
Bush the Flip-flopper

Doug Bandow
Taiwan, a Spark Plug for War

Nebojsa Malic
Desperately Seeking a Leader

Charles Peña
Reducing the Risk of Nukes

Ivan Eland
China Returns Fire on US Human Rights Abuses

Philip Giraldi
Clueless in Gaza

David R. Henderson
How Much Is the War on Iraq Costing You?

Ran HaCohen
How to Live With Hunger

Praful Bidwai
From Horror, an Opportunity for Peace

Sascha Matuszak
From China to Cairo

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