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War Without End: Lew Rockwell
Padilla the Maladroit: Gordon Prather
The Real Lesson of Vietnam: Gareth Porter
Ending with a Whimper: Alan Bock
The Useless Petraeus Report: Paul Waldman

 Doug Bandow

Giuliani is Crazy, Unqualified

 Corbett Edge O’Meara

Government Persecutes Detroit 4 Defense Witness

 Roland Haas

I Was a CIA Assassin

 Warren Richey

Padilla Not Proven Guilty, Convicted Anyway

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Updated August 25, 2007 - 10:11 PM EDT
Gen. Pace 'Won't Urge Troop Cut'
  No Big Shifts Planned After Report on Iraq
  Intelligence Report at Odds With US Policies on Iraq
  Iraq Corruption Whistleblowers Face Penalties
  Former Top Bush Officials Lobby for Maliki's Ouster
Baghdad Embassy-Fortress Nearly Built
  In Air Attack, US Soldiers Kill 18 Iraqis, Including Civilians
  Number of Iraqis Held by US Is Swelling
  Allawi's Bloc Quits Iraqi Government
  Saturday: 32 Iraqis Killed, 41 Wounded
US 'Poised to Strike Iran'
  CIA Steps Up Iran Ops as Hawks Seek to Tie Iraq Bombs to Tehran
  General: Iran Operatives Step Up Flow of Weapons and Training to Iraq
US Kills British Troops in Afghanistan Blunder
  Tensions Rise After US Kills 3 UK Soldiers
  'They Fire First and Think Later,' Say British Soldiers
  Outcry Grows Over Friendly Fire Deaths
Twin Bombings Kill 41 in Southern India
Bush's Next Invasion: Vietnam?
by Rosa Brooks
Bush's 'Killing Fields' and the Real Lesson of Vietnam  by Gareth Porter
Why Would Bush Cite The Quiet American?  by Frank James
War Without End
by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
Padilla the Maladroit  by Gordon Prather
The Generals  by Radley Balko

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Clinton: Terror Would Be GOP Boost
Pentagon Cuts Armored Vehicles Due in Iraq in 2007
Iraqi Trial Rekindles Shi'ite Anger Toward US
Warner's Iraq Proposal Roils White House
US General Slams Sen. Warner's Withdrawal Plan
AEI Sets Launch for All-or-Nothing Campaign on Iraq
Observers Puzzle Over Vietnam Comparison
Terror Suspect List Yields Few Arrests
'The Worst Thing I’ve Ever Been Through': Platoons Tackle Iraq Brush in Hunt for al-Qaeda Leader
Today in Iraq
Iraqi Factions’ Self-Interest Blocks Political Progress
Masked Militants Target Police in Iraq
Iraqi TV Boss Defies Death Threats With Expansion Plans
Arabs Flood Safest City in Iraq
Bottlers Tap Demand for Clean Water in Iraq
Indian Guru Makes Peace Angels of Iraqi Youths
Friday: 1 GI, 48 Iraqis Killed; 38 Iraqis Wounded
Iraq Occupation
Brits Could Withdraw From Basra Within Days
Troops Confront Waste in Iraq Reconstruction
Soldier Returning Home After Death of Second Brother in Iraq
Global Iraq Fallout
Hanoi Fires Salvo at Bush’s Comments
Sarkozy Defends 'France's Presence in Iraq'
Former Iraqi President Dies in Amman
The War at Home
42% of Americans Now Support Immediate Withdrawal From Iraq
Clinton's Democratic Rivals Denounce Terrorism Remark
Rep. Hoekstra: Democracy Should Be Taken Off the Table in Iraq
Brownback: Splitting Iraq Into Three States the 'Only Political Solution'
Law May Not Bar Shirts With Troops’ Names
US Military
Govt Agencies See Ammo Shortages as Military Goes Through Estimated Billion Bullets a Year
Pentagon Setting Up War Information Room
Pentagon's New Drug Weapons
Drill Sergeant Faces 225 Abuse Charges
Defense Wraps Up Abu Ghraib Abuse Trial
Military Recommends Dropping Charges in Haditha Massacre
'War on Terror'
White House Defends US Terror Tribunals
New Appeals Court Mulls 'Enemy Combatant' Labels
Seattle Post Intelligencer Refuses to Publish FBI's Photos of Middle Eastern Men Who Were Behaving 'Unusually'
Russia & Her Neighbors
Georgia Says It Fired on Russian Plane
Rebel Figure Killed in Chechnya
Russian Soldier Killed in Attack
Separatists Blamed for Car Bomb in Spain
Czech Mayors Form Association Against Radar Base
Poll: Poles Still Oppose US Missile Base
Merkel Pressed to Ban Far-Right Party
Eight Killed in Somali Unrest
Mogadishu Mayor Brands Displaced People 'Terrorists', Slams International Community for Feeding Them
New Photos Indicate Arms Flow to Darfur
Sporadic Bush War Wearies Central Africa's Forgotten Rebels
Central African Republic Probes Ugandan Rebel Leader's Presence
Poll Report 'Will Incite Nigeria'
Nigeria Agrees to Training for Liberian Military Personnel
Colombia May Extradite Paramilitary Chief to US
In Court Ruling, Noriega Is Cleared for Extradition to France
Gen. Lynch 'Actively Targeting' Iranian Forces in Iraq
Iran to Settle UN Issues in Phases
White House Raps Iran Over Iraq Unrest
France Knocks Heads Over Its Iran Diplomacy
UK Wants to Engage With Iran, Says Brown's Mideast Envoy
Iran Shuts Down Barber Shops
West Bank Settlers: Some Come for Ideology, Some Come for Cheap Land
78 US Residents Evacuated From Gaza
Hamas Cracks Down on Fatah, Detains Journalists in Gaza Rally
Fatah Protest in Gaza Against Hamas Turns Violent
Israelis Deny Killing Hamas Man
4 Palestinian Die in Clashes With Israel
Israeli Boy Killed in Border Police Raid in West Bank
UN to Extend Lebanon Mandate
Truce as Women Flee Lebanon Camp
Report: Hezbollah to Move Its Beirut HQ to a Secret Location
Beach Frolics Eclipse Politics in War-Weary Lebanon
Saudi Arabia
US Training Saudis to Ward Off Attack on Oil Fields
Saudi Intellectuals in Rare Appeal to King to Release Activists
Gul Set to Win Turkish Presidency Next Week
US Bomb Kills 3 British Soldiers in Afghanistan
How One Tragedy Ended in Another
Tactical Air Control: The Job Explained
South Koreans Held in Afghanistan Are Healthy, Says Doctor in Touch With Captors
South Korean Aid Worker Gave Up Freedom: Released Hostage
Sharif Set to Take on Pakistan Military
Sharif Threatens Musharraf Power Deal
Pakistan Ruling Damages Musharraf's Plan
Pakistan President's Woes Deepen
Two Suicide Attacks Kill Seven Soldiers in North Waziristan
Political Clock Ticks Against India-US Nuclear Deal
Nearly Half of Indians Back US Nuclear Deal
Russia to Sell 40 Sukhoi Fighter Planes to India
The New 'NATO of the East' Takes Shape
US to Look Into North Korea's Missile Threat
Arrests Thwart New Myanmar Protest
Sri Lanka Urged to Ease Emergency Laws
Rare Japanese Dugong Threatened by US Military Base
Bomb Kills One in Muslim Thai South
Bangladesh Moves to Quell Unrest
US Observers See Encouraging Signs in Turkmenistan
Weekend Reviews
The Sacred States of America
Sophie Scholl: A Life of Moral Courage
US Film on A-Bomb Witnesses Debuts

Justin Raimondo
Home Front 'Surge'

Alan Bock
Ending with a Whimper

Doug Bandow
Rudy Giuliani: Confused, Ignorant, or Deceitful?

Nebojsa Malic
Truths and Misconceptions

Charles Peña
More Troop Reduction Legerdemain

Sascha Matuszak
A Counterweight,
or a Bloc of Foes?

Ivan Eland
The State Perpetuates Itself
by Failing

Philip Giraldi
Neolibs and Neocons,
United and Interchangeable

David R. Henderson
Remembering Hiroshima

Praful Bidwai
Nuke Deal: Breakthrough or Bad Bargain?

Ran HaCohen
Palestine: Blood Is in the Air

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