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On Patriotism: Rep. Ron Paul
War Without Consequence? Absurd: Doug Bandow
Sunni Resistance Receptive to Sadr Alliance: Porter
Imprisoning a Whole Nation: John Pilger
The Dems Surrender on Iraq: Keith Olbermann

 
 Philip Giraldi

Fmr. CIA Officer: Giuliani ‘Not Serious,’ ‘Ignorant’ About Terrorism

 Scott Horton

Presidency Unbound, The Unitary Executive in Practice

 Michael Scheuer

Ex-Head of CIA’s Osama Unit says Ron Paul “exactly correct”

 Chalmers Johnson

Nemesis: The Last Days of the American Republic

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News
Updated May 24, 2007 - 10:43 PM EDT
Bush Wins War Money, Dems Win Pork
 
  Senate, House Cave to Bush on War Funds
  Bush Praises Dems for Caving on Iraq
  Tactics Change, Iraq Strategy the Same
  US May Negotiate With Iraqi Insurgents
  Bush Says bin Laden Ordered Iraq Plots
Months After 'Surge,' Violence on the Rise in Iraq
 
  Grim May for US Casualties in Iraq
  Iraqi Intel Officer: 70 Percent of Foreign Insurgents Come From Syria
  Thursday: 101 Iraqis, 6 GIs Killed; 81 Iraqis Wounded
GOP Candidates Criticize ABC News Report on CIA-Iran Plan
 
  Nine US Warships Assemble Off Iranian Coast
  UN: Iran Continues to 'Defy,' but Enrichment Far Below Need for Nukes
  France Joins US Protest Over UN Nuclear Chief's Comments on Iran
Viewpoints
Not a 'Compromise,'
It's a Blank Check
 by John Nichols
Funding Bush's War:
This Is No Game
 by Robert Borosage
Bin Laden's Next Target? Augusta, Georgia's Fire Hydrants  by Corey Pein
On Patriotism  by Rep. Ron Paul
Imprisoning a Whole Nation
by John Pilger
War Without Consequence? Absurd
by Doug Bandow

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Frontline
Sunni Resistance Receptive to Sadr Alliance
Iraq Funding Add-Ons
Congress Seeks Missing Billions in Iraq
Poll: Most Iowa GOP Voters Favor Complete Withdrawal
Turkey Vows to Pursue Militant Kurds Into Iraq
Morgue Data Show Increase in Sectarian Killings in Iraq
Islanders Evicted for US Base Finally Win Right to Return Home
Rising Censorship Among World's Oil Powers
War on Terror 'Erodes Rights'
 
Contractors Dying in Increasing Numbers in Iraq
Today in Iraq
Body Found in Euphrates River Is That of Missing Soldier
Complications Hold Up Embassy Food Convoys
15 Slain in Bombing at Iraqi Coffee Shop
Army Specialist in Recruitment Ad Killed in Iraq
Wednesday 10 GIs, 127 Iraqis Killed; 98 Iraqis Wounded
The War at Home
McClatchy's DC Bureau Claims It's Barred From Defense Secretary Plane
Former Bush Official: US Hoping UN Will Replace It as Iraq's Occupier
US Military
Military Uses Slot Machines to Fund Overseas Recreation
6 Navy Commanders Sacked in 6 Weeks
Marine Corps Refused 2005 Plea for MRAP Vehicle
960 IRR Marines Ordered to Iraq
Air Force Prepares Members for Ground Combat
'War on Terror'
Edwards: 'War on Terror' Has Hurt US
FBI to Present Taped Padilla Phone Calls in Court
British MPs Seek End to Torture Flights
Spy Drones Added to UK’s 'Surveillance Society’
Afghanistan
Taliban Commander: War Until West Leaves
Qaeda No. 2 Says Fight Goes on After Taliban Slaying
Poll: Most Germans Want to Pull Out of Afghanistan
Canada Could Lengthen Afghan Mission
US General: West Should Buy Afghan Opium and Destroy It to Spite Taliban
NATO Says 85 Killed in Afghan IED Blasts in May
Finland, Norway Confirm Soldier Casualties in Afghanistan
Suicide Attack and a Bombing Kill 4 and Wound 7 in Afghanistan
Pakistan
Musharraf Backs Talks With Taliban
US Stands by 'Friend' Musharraf: Top Official
For US, Security Trumps Democracy in Pakistan
A New Face for the Taliban
Musharraf Considers Storming Mosque
India
India to Sell Cruise Missiles
Police Probe Bombings in Northern India
Indian Police Step Up Security After Mumbai WTC Threatened
Sri Lanka
Red Cross Quits Sri Lanka War Front, Death Toll Mounts
Seven Killed in Sri Lanka Clashes
Koreas
North Korea Acccuses South Over Ships
Swiss Say Fake $100 Bills Not From North Korea
Myanmar
Myanmar Drops a Nuclear 'Bombshell'
China Will Stay Out of Myanmar's Affairs
Asia
Kyrgyzstan Proposes US Troop Eviction
Japan Passes Law to Fund Marines’ Move to Guam
Americas
Colombia May Drop Anti-Drug Plan
Chávez Silences Critical TV Station
 
Iran
US, Annoyed by UN Report on Iran and Uranium, Hopes to Use It to Widen Sanctions
Iran Says Committed to Non-Proliferation Treaty
Major Powers to Insist Iran Stop Atomic Work: US
US Seeks Tougher Iran Sanctions Than Europeans Want
Iran Detains Iranian-American Man Working for George Soros' Institute
US: Iranian Money Found in Iraq
Iran Hikes Gasoline Prices 25 Percent
Israel/Palestine
Israeli Military Condemns Talk of Ceasefire as Hamas Rocket Attacks Decline
Gaza Groups Snub Abbas on Unilateral Halt to Rockets
Israeli FM Cites UN Report as Proof the World Needs to Unite Against Iran
Fatah and Hamas Chiefs Meet on Cease-Fire
Israel Killed 650 Palestinians in 2006
Amnesty: Most Palestinians Killed in Israeli Raids Were Civilians
Amnesty: Israeli Military Killed 120 Palestinian Children in 2006
Israeli Military Won't Contest Amnesty Report Accusing It of War Crimes
Lebanon
Lebanon Demands Surrender of Militants 'Or Else'
Militants Vow to Avenge Clashes in Lebanon
PLO Will Not Object to Lebanese Army Entering Camp
Uneasy Truce Holds in Lebanon Refugee Camp
Thousands of Palestinians Flee Lebanon
Furious Street Battles Remind Lebanon of Its Past
Is Lebanon Facing a 'New Breed' of al-Qaeda?
Islamist Extremists Thrive in Refugee Camps
Seven Wounded as Bomb Strikes Resort Town of Aley
Inside the Squalid Refugee Camp Everyone Wants to Leave
Turkey
Turkey Blames Kurds for Ankara Bomb
Kurd Rebels Deny Ankara Attack
Injury Toll From Turkey Blast Rises to 102
Middle East
Three Jordanians Disavow Confessions to Bush Plot
EU Seeks Greater Control of Gaza-Egypt Border
Russia
Cold War Rivalry Resuscitated Between Britain, Russia Over Poisoning Death of Ex-KGB Spy
Likely Putin Successor: Soviet-US Arms Treaty 'Relic of the Cold War'
In Russia, 'Space for Journalism Is Narrow'
Balkans
Kosovo Sculptor Builds 10 Foot Statue of 'Savior' Bill Clinton, Tony Blair Will Get One Too
12 Convicted in Serbian PM Killing
US Wants Bosnians to End Rift for Reforms
Bosnia Strips Citizenship From Muslim Fighters
Germany
German Justice Minister Joins Opposition to Stasi Police Methods
Sudan/Chad
Darfur and Chad in Crisis Appeal
AU Says UN Needs 3-4 Months to Get Darfur Soldiers In
Africa
Uganda Rebels Threaten Return to War
Zimbabwe Military Runs Out of Food, Warns Soldiers Will Start Starving Before July
Eritrea: War Displaced Families Resettled
ICC Path to Justice Tested in Congo
Hague Court Inquiry Into Central African Republic Focuses on Rapes
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
5/23/2007
'What Kind of
Democracy Is This?'

Charles Peńa
5/23/2007
Rudy Giuliani and the
Fort Dix Six

Ivan Eland
5/22/2007
Decentralization: Iraq's Only Hope

Alan Bock
5/19/2007
A Czar's Half-Life

Doug Bandow
5/18/2007
Who Would Jesus Kill?

Philip Giraldi
5/16/2007
George Tenet Lies About
His Lies

David R. Henderson
5/14/2007
Hail Ron Paul and Mike Gravel

Nebojsa Malic
5/10/2007
Jihad in New Jersey

Praful Bidwai
5/06/2007
Sanctions Aggravate Iranian Rights Situation

Ran HaCohen
4/19/2007
The Legend of the
Removed Checkpoints

Sascha Matuszak
2/21/2007
From China to Cairo

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