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Iraq Is the New Korea: Robert Scheer
Rebellion in the British Army: John Pilger
Haunting Heiligendamm: Nebojsa Malic
In Iraq, Broken Lives & Broken Hearts: Ali al-Fadhily
The Six-Day War, 40 Years Later: Jon Wiener

 
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Nation Building and Salt Pit Dungeons

 Larisa Alexandrovna

The Not So Secret Covert War Against Iran

 Robert A. Pape

Suicide Terrorism is Caused by Foreign Occupation

 Steve Clemons

Cheney Trying to End-Run Bush, Start Iran War

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News
Updated June 7, 2007 - 11:16 PM EDT
Turkish Troops Pursue Kurds in Iraq
 
  Baghdad, Ankara, White House Deny Reports of Turkish Incursion
  Weeks Before Last Baghdad Brigade Ready as Attacks Escalate
  Iraqi Group Says Reaches Ceasefire With al-Qaeda
  Thursday: 1 US Soldier, 1 British Soldier, 82 Iraqis Killed
'War Czar' Was Skeptical of Troop Surge
 
  UK and US Must Exit Iraq Quickly: UK Ex-Ambassador
  GOP Lawmakers Demand Probe of ABC Story on Ops Against Iran
  Iraq War Veteran Loses Protest Appeal
  Ex-PoW Lynch Tells Magazine She Still Gets Hate Mail
Putin Calls US Bluff With Base Offer
39 People Reported 'Disappeared' in US Custody
 
  Official: Cheney Urged Wiretaps
Israeli PM Losing Patience With US Push for Iran Talks
 
  US, Israel: Time Not Ripe for Talks With Syria
Viewpoints
Nuking Iran: The Republican Agenda?  by William M. Arkin
Antiwar Libertarians Put Lefties to Shame  by John V. Walsh
Can the Lebanese Army Fight America's War on Terror?  by Robert Fisk
Iraq Is the New Korea  by Robert Scheer
Rebellion in the British Army
by John Pilger
Countdown to War on Iran  by Alain Gresh

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Frontline
Shi'ites Rising: Islam's Minority Reaches New Prominence
Portraits of Shi'ite Resistance
Iraq's Leader Can't Get Out of First Gear
In Iraq, Broken Lives and Broken Hearts
Marines Balked at Haditha Inquiry
Russia Tries to Defuse Crisis Over Missile Plan
Bush: Russia Is Not a Threat
Recalling D-Day, Gates Urges a Stronger Alliance
 
4.2 Million Iraqis Are Now Displaced
Today in Iraq
Sadr Holds Foreign Troops Responsible for Sectarian Tensions
Iraqi VP: Don't Let Non-Arabs Decide Iraq's Fate
Baghdad's Green Zone Is a Haven Under Siege
US Forces Kill al-Qaeda Leader in Baghdad
Baghdad Gallery Owner Hopes Culture Can Dispel Hate
Anbar Province Opens First Iraqi Police Academy
Attacks Continue
Gunmen Kill Representative of Top Shi'ite Cleric in Iraq
Twin Bombings Kill Seven Near Shi'ite Shrine
Chaldean Catholic Priest Abducted in Iraq
Wednesday: 6 GIs, 122 Iraqis Killed, 70 Wounded
Global Iraq Fallout
UK Iraq Force Reduction Almost Complete
Oil Rises on Report of Turkish Troops in Iraq
Iraq Calls for Arab Embassies to Open
Family of Deceased Iraqi Detainee to Sue UK Defense Ministry
The War at Home
Iraqi Labor Leaders in DC Protesting Oil Law, US Troops
US Congresswoman Slams Iraqi Govt Threats to Striking Oil Workers
Report: State Department Morale Slumping, Mostly Because of Iraq Strain
Staffing Crisis at US Foreign Service
Senate Approves Bill Seeking California Vote on Iraq Troop Exit
Praise at UN for a New US Envoy’s Inclusive Tactics
Iraq Bill Pension Provision Questioned
Government Network Requests Outside Review
US Military
Navy, GSA Say Contract Led to Waste, Maybe Fraud
Officer Calls Haditha Prosecution Politically Motivated
Equipment Levels Worst Ever, Guard Chief Says
Veterans Group Helping Injured Soldiers
Congress Wants Army Body Armor Retested
He Respects the Dead, Leaves Grief to Others
Robot Teddy Bear Is New US Weapon
Navy Rewards Indefinite Contract for Additional Robots to Send to Iraq, Afghanistan
'War on Terror'
UK's Reid to Make Final Push for Holding 'Suspects' Longer Than 28 Days Without Charges
Reid Proposes Register for Terror Offenders
London Police Searching Random Petrol Trucks Just in Case al-Qaeda Might Be Using One
Drug Smuggler Who Claimed CIA Ties Freed
Captured Somali Terror Suspect at Guantanamo
Could US Repel a Cyberattack?
Trial Opens for Rebel in Hostage Case
Six Suspects Indicted in Fort Dix Plot
Travelers Face Frustrations With Passport Rule Changes
Sudan
Bush Considers No-Fly Zone for Darfur
UN and African Union Close to Deal on Darfur Troops
Amnesty International Using Satellites to Monitor Darfur
Somalia/Ethiopia
Somali PM Presses for More International Aid to Fight 'Terrorists'
Ethiopians Search for Weapons in Somalia
Ethiopia PM in Somali Pledge
Ethiopia Charges 55 Government Opponents With Rebellion
US Navy Fires on Somalia Pirates
Uganda
Uganda Rebels Given Three Weeks to Assemble
China Donates 51 Military Trucks to Uganda
DR Congo
Congo's 'Ninja' Leader to Disarm
 
Iran
Too Late to Stop Iran's Nuclear Drive: Ahmadinejad
Detainees Admit Guilt, Says Iran
US Starts Wrapping Up War Games Off Iran's Coast
California Assembly OKs Bill to Drop Investments Tied to Iran
Lebanon
Militants Threaten Escalation if Lebanese Army Doesn't Stop Attacking Refugee Camp
Palestinian Force Deployed in Camp
Fighting Flares in Lebanon
Rigged Bomb Found on Popular Beach in Lebanon
Sources Say Lebanon Arrests Three Suspected Qaeda Members
Former Israeli DM in US Talks, Stresses Arms Embargo Against Lebanon
Lebanon Seizes Hezbollah Truckload of Arms Coming From Syria
In South Lebanon, Resistance From Cradle to Grave
Israel/Palestine
Solana: International Troops in Gaza Not Out of the Question
Abbas: Meeting With Olmert Called Off Because Israelis Refuse to Discuss Broad Ceasefire
Israeli Troops Kill 67-Year-Old Man in Hebron
Rights Groups: Shin Bet Abused 17-Year-Old Detainee
Islamic Jihad Says It Has New Rockets to Target Israel
A Lifetime of Palestinian History
Israelis Protest to Mark Six-Day War
Poll: Palestinians Fear Civil War, Nix Peacekeepers
Israeli Officials Suspect 'Hostile Elements' Poisoned Basil Sold to Britain After It Left Israel
Israeli Intel: Syria's Assad Preparing for War, but Won't Initiate
Barak Says He Would Topple Israel Cabinet if Elected Labor Party Chief
Egypt
Egypt Takes Swipe at Bush Over Democracy Remarks
Egypt Arrests 79 Muslim Brotherhood Members
Rights Groups Urge Egypt to Halt Military Trials for Civilians
Afghanistan
Owner of Peace Radio Station in Afghanistan Is Shot Dead in Front of Her Son
US House Puts Conditions on Billions in Afghan Aid
Two NATO Soldiers Killed in Southern Afghanistan
Taliban Commander Killed in Afghanistan
New Taliban Leader Makes Beheading Threat

Canada Says Insurgents Allege Torture by Afghans

Afghanistan to Trade Dead Taliban Leader's Body for Kidnapped Hostages
Australian Troops Face Substantial Threat in Afghanistan: NATO General
Pakistan/India
Pakistan Arrests 300 Workers From Opposition
Indian Families Search Pakistan for Lost PoWs
China/Taiwan
China Warns US, Japan Against Missile Defense
Costa Rica Breaks Relations With Taiwan, Makes Relations With China
Chinese Defector Warns Canada Over Beijing's Spying
Japan
Japan Warns Russia Over Islands Dispute
Japanese Army Keeping Files on Antiwar Groups
Asia
Bush: North Korea Should Honor Disarmament Pact
$10M Reward Given to Filipino Informants
Europe
Russia to Support Serbia Over Kosovo
Thousands of Protesters Foil Some German Security Measures and Clash With the Police
Colombia
Colombia Frees 56 Marxist Rebels
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
6/06/2007
Iraq and the Korean 'Model'

Nebojsa Malic
6/07/2007
Haunting Heiligendamm

Charles Peña
6/06/2007
Unprepared for Bioterrorism

Ivan Eland
6/05/2007
Korea the Model

David R. Henderson
6/04/2007
Cheney Misstates Military Oath

Alan Bock
6/02/2007
Hardly the Whole Truth but...

Doug Bandow
6/01/2007
A New Peril from the East?

Philip Giraldi
5/30/2007
Heckuva Job,
Homeland Security

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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