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Makiya's Malady: Justin Raimondo
Foreign Follies a Sobering Read: Charles Peña
The Missing WMD: Mike Davis and Tom Engelhardt
Breakthrough in Israeli-Arab Peace?: Jim Lobe
Blair Advisers Backed Lancet: Richard Horton

 
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Torture Cover-up: Abu Ghraib Sgt. says ‘bad apples’ were under orders

 Donald Barlett and James Steele

Washington’s $8 Billion Shadow: Corporate Warfare

 Bill Barnwell

Ministers of War: The crazy things they tell people

 Chris Floyd

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News
Updated March 28, 2007 - 9:13 PM EDT

Iran Shows Video of Captured Sailors

 
 

US Hawks See Iran Strike Less Likely

 

Britain Releases 'Evidence' Against Iran on Seized Sailors

 

UAE Airspace Closed to US for Any Iran Strike

  Navy Denies Iran Fired on US Vessel
Shi'ite Cops Reportedly Rampage vs. Sunnis
 
  Chlorine Bomb Attacks on Iraqi, US Forces
  Insurgents Report a Split With al-Qaeda in Iraq
  Wednesday: 136 Iraqis, 1 GI Killed; 121 Iraqis Wounded
  Tuesday: 150 Iraqis, 2 Americans Killed, 230 Iraqis Wounded
Senate Votes to Keep Iraq Deadline
 
  Bush to Hold Democrats 'Responsible' on Holding Up War Funds
Possible Breakthrough Seen in Israeli-Arab Peace
Former Top Justice Official to Contradict Gonzales
Viewpoints
The Missing WMD – in Trucks
in Iraq
 by Mike Davis and Tom Engelhardt
Crimes and Cover Ups Are Not 'Missteps'  by Pat Tillman's family
Bush Ignores Good Advice on Gitmo  New York Times
To Russia With Realism  by Anatol Lieven
The American Ghosts of Abu Ghraib  by Sam Provance
Gonzales in Never, Ever Land
by Dorothy Wickenden

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Frontline

US Launches Show of Force in Persian Gulf

Zimbabwe Opposition Leader Released After Detention

Judge 'Lamentably' Dismisses Lawsuit Against Rumsfeld

Second Witness Reveals Much in Plame Leak Controversy

Russia Slams US Global Policy, Warns Against Attacking Iran

Australian Soldiers Back From Iraq Test Positive for Depleted Uranium

 
US Major Recalls Year Running With Wolves: Officer Suspects Iraqi Police of Terrorism, Treachery
Iraq Attacks Continue

Truck Blasts Kill 48 in Iraq's Tal Afar

Two Americans Killed in Green Zone Rocket Attack

Tuesday: 138 Iraqis Killed, 209 Wounded
Insurgent-al-Qaeda Split

Iraq Sunni Rebel Leader Killed in Attack, al-Qaeda Blamed

Anti-al-Qaeda Sunni Arabs Targeted in Iraq Attacks

Today in Iraq

Sabotage and Scandal Eat Billions to Rebuild Iraq

Iraq: NGOs Urge More Aid for Displaced Families in South

Victims Describe Chlorine-Gas Attack

Iraq Arrests Three al-Qaeda Men in Baghdad

Sweeps in Iraq Cram Two Jails With Detainees

The War at Home

Veto Threat Does Not Dissuade Senate Democrats

Majority in US Backs 2008 Pullout From Iraq

Problems Cited Between VA and Pentagon

Veterans Director in Arizona Steps Down After Violations

Seeds Planted in Vietnam Flourish in Activism on Iraq

Gen. McCaffrey Paints Gloomy Picture of Iraq

Tillmans Speak Out

Little Closure From Reports on Tillman 'Friendly Fire' Death

Tillman Family Claim They Were Victims of Pentagon Spin

FBI

FBI Provided Inaccurate Data for Surveillance Warrants

FBI Director Defends Need for Expanded Powers

FBI Director Proposes Alternative to Controversial 'Letters'

FBI 'Didn't Mean To' Break the Law

How National Security Letters Work

Aides to Bush Told Not to Destroy E-Mails

Guantánamo

Hicks Transferred to Camp Echo at Gitmo, Closer to Legal Team

Rights Group Urges US to Stop Gitmo 'Circus'

Guantánamo Prison Likely to Remain Open

Plea Bargain in Military Trial Is Familiar to Civilians

Australian Detainee's Life of Wandering Ends With Plea Deal

'War on Terror'

US Offers $5 Million for Philippines Terror Suspect

One Muslim's Decision to Join the US Army

Afghanistan

'Five Die' in Afghan Bomb Attack

Tightening Grip on Press Puts Afghanistan's Fledgling Democracy at Risk

NATO Troops Earn Resentment of Frustrated Afghans

Top Taliban Leader Targets German Army in Afghanistan

Pakistan
Musharraf Derides His Opponents

Musharraf Denies Involvement in Disappearances

Sri Lanka

Rebels Kill Eight as Sri Lanka Launches Air Strikes

Sri Lankan Separatists Take Fight to the Air

South Asia

Japan Sends Defense Mission to Nepal

Bangladesh Army Chief Attacks Corrupt Politicians

Congo

Envoys: Up to 600 Killed in Congo Fighting

After Congo Vote, Neglect and Scandal Still Reign

Somalia

UN Says More Refugees May Flee Somalia

Road to Somalia's Capital Closed

 
Iran

Still Time for Diplomacy With Tehran, Says US Official

Sanctions Target Iran's Revolutionary Guards

US War Games Meant to Send Iran Message

Detained Brits in Iran

Iran Won't Reveal Location of 15 Detained Britons

Britain Threatens to Raise Stakes in Iran Standoff

UK in 'Discreet Talks' With Iran

UK to Reveal GPS Data in Iran Clash

Mideast Peace?

Accept Peace Plan or Face War, Israel Told

Abbas: Arab Plan Offers Israel Chance to Live in 'Sea of Peace'

Israeli FM: Permanent Deal With Palestinians Impossible

Secretary Rice Prods Mideast Players to Table

Rice Loses Israeli Support for Parallel Talks

FM: Israel Agrees to Talk Terms of Palestinian State

Gadhafi Accuses Arab Leaders of Selling Out Palestinians

Palestine/Israel

Israeli Soldiers Kill Two al-Aqsa Men in Nablus

Parents of Girl Killed by Israeli Military Sue State

US to Give Abbas $59 Million

Poll Shows Rising Racist Views in Israel

BBC Fights to Suppress Report Into Allegations of Bias Against Israel

Lebanon

Lebanese Amputees Bear Permanent Reminders of War

Lebanon Stands Divided at Arab Summit

Lebanon: UN Gives Hariri Inquiry Another Year

Middle East

Arab Summit Considers Military Ties

Saudis Seek More Assertive Mideast Role

Mauritania's New President Must 'Prove Independence'

Charges of Vote Rigging as Egypt Approves Constitution Changes

Koreas

South Korea Blocks Pro-North Websites

Owner of Macau Bank Denies Illegal Dealings With North Korea

CIA Chief Visits South Korea for Talks

Asia

Nobel Prize Winner Testifies About East Timor

Big Powers Jockey for Oil in Central Asia

Myanmar's Secret Capital

Tajik President Outlaws Slavic Endings on Names

Kosovo

Aide: US Won't Accept Renegotiation of UN's Kosovo Proposals

Serbia's Rejection of Kosovo Independence 'Won't Affect NATO Ties'

Serbia Convinced Russia Will Veto Kosovo Plan

Russia

Russia Slams Missile Shield, Wants Talks With US

Russia Destroys Chemical Weapons on Schedule

Russia: Putin Chum Picked as Elections Chief

Auction Opens Final Phase in Dismantling of Yukos Oil

Europe

Prodi Survives Key Foreign Policy Vote

Poll: Spaniards Would Support Reaching Out to ETA

Africa

Mugabe Faces Showdown With His Party as Violence Grows

Rebel Leader May Be New Ivorian PM

UN: Sudan Refugees May Become Heavy Burden for Chad

Colombia

Colombian Army Chief Denies Role in 2002 Raid

 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
3/28/2007
Makiya's Malady

Charles Peña
3/28/2007
Foreign Follies
a Sobering Read

Ivan Eland
3/27/2007
Making Iranians Rally
'Round the Flag

David R. Henderson
3/26/2007
Working With the Left
on the War

Alan Bock
3/24/2007
Nuclear Transformations

Doug Bandow
3/23/2007
Leviathan on the Right

Nebojsa Malic
3/22/2007
Collision Course

Philip Giraldi
3/21/2007
Picking on Halliburton

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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