Today's Highlights

War With Iran Looks More Likely: Alan Bock
Reflections on José Padilla: Andy Worthington
Philippines Fighting for US?: Stella Gonzales
When Bush Comes to Iran: Reza Aslan
Snow Job in the Desert: Paul Krugman

 Andrew Bacevich

Iraq and Vietnam

 Andy Worthington

Jose Padilla and the Descent Into Tyranny

 Will Grigg

American Fascism

 Wayne White

Marching Toward War With Iran

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Updated September 4, 2007 - 10:05 PM EDT
Pattern Cited in US Killing of Civilians

As Sunnis Flee, Shi'ites Now Dominate Baghdad


Weighing the 'Surge': Results Have Been Tenuous


Many Iraq Army Trainees Are Complicit With 'Enemy Targets'


Iraqi Flag Signals the Transfer of Power in Basra


Tuesday: 1 GI, 39 Iraqis Killed; 24 Iraqis Wounded

Bush, Advisers Hold 'War Council' in Iraq


Bush: I Can't Recall Why Iraqi Army Disbanded


Bremer: Bush Did Want Army Disbanded

  Bush Says Iraq Troop Cut Possible With 'Success'

Bush Backs Maliki's 'Evolving' Leadership in Iraq

Pakistan Suicide Bombers Kill at Least 24


Pakistani Militants Hold 300 Army Troops Hostage

José Padilla: More Sinned Against Than Sinning  by Andy Worthington
Incoherent Authoritarians
by Glenn Greenwald
There Is an Eerie Familiarity to This 100-Year-Old Pact  by Geoffrey Wheatcroft
The Next Quagmire  by Chris Hedges
Snow Job in the Desert  by Paul Krugman
Iraq's Endless 'False Hopes'  by Robert Parry

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Letters, May 23, 2003: Bush to Bremer | Bremer to Bush

General Zinni Attacks Lack of Strategy in Iraq

Back From Vacation, Congress to Renew Debate on Iraq

New Books Show Cracks in White House's Unity

Report: Rove Advised Bush Against Cheney as VP

Bush: 'I've Got God's Shoulder to Cry On, and I Cry a Lot'

Philippines Offensive Against Islamist Rebels for US Benefit?

Bush Sticks to Safe Ground in Iraq
Today in Iraq

Karbala Clashes Cause Cancellation of Iraqi Central Bank Auction on Wednesday

Secret Iraq Peace Seminar Ends in Finland, No Word on Outcome

32 al-Qaeda Members Killed, 55 Others Arrested in Northern Fallujah

15 Kidnapped in Ambush Northeast of Baquba

Signing Up Sunnis With 'Insurgent' on Their Résumés

Monday: 2 GIs, 78 Iraqis Killed; 45 Iraqis Wounded
Occupying Iraq

Iraq Troop Cuts May No Longer Be Taboo for Bush

Bush OKs Program to Expand Economic Aid to Anbar

Brown: Basra Pull-Out 'Pre-Planned,' Not a Defeat

Second British General Slams US Policy in Iraq

Iraq Contractor Convoy Was Sent Out Despite Threat

Private Security Contractors' Role Grows in Iraq

US Admiral: Attacks to Surge During Ramadan

Iraqi Detainees to Be Freed During Ramadan

Aussie PM: We're in Iraq for US

Iraqis See Slow Progress to US Asylum

The War at Home

Lawmakers' Iraq Visits Reinforce Opinions

Vermont Roadside Memorial Tallies War Dead, One Flag at a Time

Abandon Stereotypes, Muslims in America Say

Iraq Fallout

Sweden to Tighten Up Rules on Iraqi Refugees

Jordan Mulls Tighter Rules for Iraqi Refugees

Syria to Impose Visas on Iraqis to Control Refugees

'War on Terror'

In Padilla Interrogation, No Checks or Balances

Father: Indicted College Student No Terrorist

9/11 Lawsuits Will Get Their Day in Court

Company: Ties to Osama Cut in 1993


Taliban Gains in Rural South

South Korea 'Ransomed Hostages'

Taliban Vows to Kidnap, Kill More Foreigners

Afghan Govt Urges Foreign Troops to Join Anti-Opium Drive

Six US-Hired Militiamen Killed in Afghanistan

Women Suffer in Afghanistan's Jails

An Afghan Village Girl Blossoms in the City

Afghanistan Rises as Heroin Source


Pakistan Political Pact Talks Due


New Iran Guards Chief Appointed

Iranian-American Scholar Leaves Iran After Incarceration

Freed Scholar Recounts Time in Iranian Prison

Ahmadinejad: Math 'Proves' US Won't Attack

Iran Dismisses Reports of Shelling Into Iraq

Iran Turns to Russia for Airliners


Lebanon Hunts for Militant Fugitives

Leading Militant Killed by Lebanese Army in Tank Fire

New Explosions Rock Lebanon Camp

Lebanon's Rising Jihadi Threat

Islamist Death Toll in Lebanon's Camp Fighting Rises to 38


Second Attack on Sderot; al-Aqsa Brigades Claims Responsibility

Olmert: Palestinians Will 'Pay' for Qassams

Barghouti Blasts Hamas Over Gaza Takeover

Hamas Accuses PLO of Inciting Gazans

Israel's Other Demographic Challenge


18,000 Fled Mogadishu Violence in August

Professor Killed in Mogadishu


UN Chief to Press Sudan for Darfur Force

Congo Army Says Kills 28 Renegade Soldiers in East

Thousands Flee Congo Violence


Russia Draws 'Red Line' on Kosovo, US Missile Defense

Russia's Strategic Bombers Run Arctic Exercise

Russian Bombers Launch Missiles Over Arctic

FM Accuses Britain of Plotting Against Russia

North Korea

North Korea Says It Will Be Removed From Terror List

US and North Korea Near Diplomatic Thaw

North Korea Opens Up, a Little


Chinese Military Hacked Into Pentagon

China to Give Data to UN on Its Military Spending


Russia to Extend Credit to Indonesia for Arms

Myanmar Constitution Guidelines Ensure Military Power


Chávez 'Plan' Alarms Paraguay

South Asia

Sri Lanka Blocks Rebel Supply Route, Offensive Delayed

Bangladesh Former PM Is Arrested


Justin Raimondo
War, Peace, and the Struggle for Liberty

Alan Bock
War With Iran Looks
More Likely

Doug Bandow
George W. Bush, Iraq, and the Kitchen Sink

Charles Peńa
Defusing Nuclear Hysteria

Sascha Matuszak
Politicize It

Philip Giraldi
Who's Killing American Soldiers in Iraq?

David R. Henderson
Myths and Truths About Iran

Nebojsa Malic
Truths and Misconceptions

Ivan Eland
The State Perpetuates Itself
by Failing

Praful Bidwai
Nuke Deal: Breakthrough or Bad Bargain?

Ran HaCohen
Palestine: Blood Is in the Air

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