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The 'Family Jewels': Justin Raimondo
Presidential Hawks, Left and Right: Doug Bandow
The Retreat of the Old Bulls: Patrick Buchanan
Saving England Wasn't Worth It: Scott Horton
What Tenet Knew: Thomas Powers/Tom Engelhardt

 
 Glenn Greenwald

A Tragic Legacy: Bush Thinks His Evil is Good

 Eric Margolis

America and Russia post-Cold War - Now We’re Them

 Seymour Hersh

Abu Ghraib Torture Worse Than They Told You

 Michael Kirk

The Current Iraqi Endgame and Some of the Earlier Ones

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News
Updated June 29, 2007 - 11:19 PM EDT
Pentagon Gears Iraq Strategy to Pullout
 
  Worst 3 Months for US in Iraq Since War Began
  US Shields an Accused Iraqi Killer
  Maliki Warns of al-Qaeda Plans to Export Terror
  Bush Plays al-Qaeda Card to Bolster Support for Iraq Policy
  Friday: 5 GIs, 52 Iraqis Killed; 45 Iraqis Wounded
House Defeats Bid to Defund Cheney's VP Office
 
  White House Refuses to Answer Subpoenas
  Republican Defections Fuel US Iraq Debate
  Libby Becomes Inmate No. 28301-016
  Little Effort Made to Find Army Deserters
Israeli Troops Battle Fatah Militants in West Bank
 
  US Quietly Approves Contacts With Muslim Brotherhood
High Court to Hear Guantánamo Detainee Cases
London Police Defuse Two Car Bombs
UN, North Korea Reach Agreement on Shutdown
Did the US Frame Libyans for Lockerbie?
Viewpoints
The Retreat of the Old Bulls
by Patrick Buchanan
Slandering the Dead: Massacre at al-Khalis  by Chris Floyd
CIA Terror Bombings, Bob Gates, and the Rise of Hezbollah  by Michael Schwartz
What Tenet Knew
by Thomas Powers and Tom Engelhardt
Surging Toward Disaster in Iraq
by Juan Cole
Saving England Wasn't Worth It
by Scott Horton

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Frontline
House Roll-Call Vote to Defund VP's Office
A GOP Plan to Oust Cheney
Told You So, UN Iraq Arms Inspectors' Report Says
In Iraq, $19 Billion Can't Buy Security
Iraqis Deploying More Lobbyists to US
Plan Would Shift Troops From Europe to Middle East
US Judge Advocates Secret Trials, Widespread Surveillance of Muslims
Padilla Portrayed as 'Slow'
Pakistan to Help as America's Jailer
 
Syria: Looming Crisis as Iraqi Refugee Influx Continues
March to Samarra
Sadr March to Samarra Raises Fears of New Iraq Violence
Iraq Warns Shi'ites Against March to Bombed Shrine
Sadr Vows March Will Proceed
Today in Iraq
Unguarded Iraqi Pipelines Easy Targets for Thieves, Insurgents
Race for Iraqi 'Benchmarks' Picks Up
Iraqi Shi'ite Parties Agree to Try to Unite Moderates
Kurds Bank on Friendship With US in Iraq
Four Journalists Killed in Iraq
3 Britons, 2 GIs, 89 Iraqis Killed; 100 Iraqis Wounded
Iraq Occupation
Bush: Key to Evaluating Iraq Is at Its Local Level
Battlefield Breakdown: The Full Price of War in Iraq
Gen. Petraeus: Sept. Report on Iraq Will Tell It Straight
Iraq Victim 'Wanted to Come Home'
Petraeus: Alliances, Time Are Crucial Tools of War
Global Iraq Fallout
Turks Ponder Attack on Kurdish Guerillas in Iraq; Iraqi Kurds Worried
No Iraq Pullout Before Election, Australian FM Insists
South Korea Delays Iraq Troop Pullout Decision
British Cabinet Gets Some Iraq Critics
Iraqi Govt Urges Brown to Keep British Troops in Iraq
Killed in Basra: Two Young Men From Brown's Neighborhood
The War at Home
Bush Cites Israel as Model for Iraq
Bush: Iraq Can Be 'Functioning Democracy'
House Republicans Want Iraq Study Group Revived
Bush Is Unpopular Abroad, but Other Leaders Catching Up
First Wave of Iraqi Refugees Heads for the US
US Military
US Military Studies French Strategy in Algerian War
US Navy Awards $212 Million Armored-Vehicle Contract to BAE Amid Investigations
Bush Formally Names New Joint Chiefs Choice
'War on Terror'
CIA, FBI Documents Provide Clues to 1973 Killing of Israeli Diplomat
Spy Death Was Not Suicide, Say Friends
Lockerbie Bomber Allowed Appeal
Doubt Cast on Lockerbie Conviction
Horn of Africa
Ethiopian Premier Admits 'Miscalculation' on Somalia
Ethiopia Says Preparing for Any Eritrean Invasion
Violence Sparks New Exodus From Mogadishu
Troops, Aid Workers Killed in Somalia Attacks
Somalia Seeks UN Forces, Security Council Wary
Africa
Nigerian Militant Group Threatens to Resume Hostilities
NGO Suspends Operations Amid Increased Displacement in East Congo
Americas
Colombian Rebels Say 11 Hostages Killed in Rescue Bid
President Touches on Cuba After Castro
Fujimori Candidacy Won't Affect Legal Process: Chile, Peru
 
Iran
Unrest Grows Amid Gas Rationing in Iran
House Leaders Act to Reduce Iran's Gas Imports
Iran Bans Negative Petrol Stories
FM: Iran Seeks Regional Stability
Iran Says Not Favoring Hamas
Iran Exile Group Stays on EU Terror List
Israel/Palestine
Israeli Troops Pour Into Nablus, Declare 'Curfew'
Israel Considers End to Pursuit of Former Terrorists
Poll: 42 Percent of Israelis Believe Peace Possible Under Current Leadership
Saudi King Snubs Abbas
Israelis Wounded in Nablus Raid
Olmert Blasts Soldier's Captors' Demands
Israel's Lieberman Wants NATO Troops in Gaza
Russia to Keep Contacts With Hamas
Lebanon
Hezbollah Says National Unity Govt Only Way Out of Lebanese Crisis
Troops Kill Six Islamic Militants as Clashes Spread in Northern Lebanon
Middle East
Why Turkey's Kurds Are Ever More Edgy
Another Job and Arab Scorn for 'Bush's Lackey' Blair
Afghanistan
US Commander: Taliban Forces Growing Near Kabul
Taliban Impose Rule, Hefty Taxes in Musa Qala District
Afghan Medical Teams Scale Back as Attacks on Them Rise
Suicide Bomber Kills American, Nepalese Security Workers in Kabul
Two Suicide Attacks in Afghanistan, Four Dead
North Korea
IAEA Team 'Satisfied' With North Korean Nuclear Inspection
UN Development Agency Rebuts US Charges of Wasteful Spending in North Korea
Asia
Chinese Military Unit to Ensure Olympic Security
Two Soldiers Killed in Sri Lanka Blast
Soldier Killed, 24 Injured in Kashmir Grenade Attack
Rights Group Accuses Philippine Army of Abuses Against Leftists
Japan Dismisses 'Comfort Women' Apology
US Official Raps Myanmar on Human Rights
Russia & Her Neighbors
Georgians Confront Russian Peacekeepers
Russians Test Ballistic Missile
Why Russia Is Against Kosovo Plan
Post-Cold War Chill Hangs Over Bush-Putin Summit
Report: Russian Protest Right Violated
Russia 'Terror Remains' Ban Kept
Russia's Levers of Power
France
Sarkozy Makes Bid to Take Personal Charge of the Secret Services
Judge Guesses Mysterious Submarine Full of Spies Probably Attacked French Fishermen
Chavez in Russia
Chavez in Russia for Arms Talks
Russia Keeps Tricky Chavez Visit Low Key
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
6/29/2007
The 'Family Jewels'

Doug Bandow
6/29/2007
Presidential Hawks,
Left and Right

Philip Giraldi
6/27/2007
Neoconned Again?

Ran HaCohen
6/26/2007
Palestine: Blood Is in the Air

Alan Bock
6/23/2007
A Curious Offensive

Nebojsa Malic
6/21/2007
Imperial Poker

Charles Pea
6/20/2007
Cooperative Threat Reduction Is Worth the Cost

Ivan Eland
6/19/2007
Iran and North Korea Will Not Be Denied Nukes

David R. Henderson
6/18/2007
Ask and Tell

Praful Bidwai
6/10/2007
India: Impasse Over Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing Rights

Sascha Matuszak
6/09/2007
Pride and Prejudice in Chengdu

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