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Fool Me Twice: Patrick Foy
The Push for War With Iran: Gene Lyons
Are Presidents Entitled to Kill Foreigners?: Bovard
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Newsweek Sr. Editor on Rudy’s Neocons

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Iraqi Authorities Seek Blackwater Ouster

  UK to Cut Iraq Forces in Half by Spring
  Top Iraqis Pull Back From Reconciliation
  Iraq to Prosecute Anti-Corruption Judge
  With US Help, Iraqi Warlords Gain New Power
  Shi'ite Leaders Look to Dominate With Iraq Pact

Monday: 33 Iraqis Killed, 53 Wounded

Petraeus: Iranian Envoy to Iraq a Quds Member

Iran Reopens North Iraq Border Crossings

  Britain's Gordon Brown 'Will Back Air Strikes on Iran'
  Albright: War on Iran Cannot Be Ruled Out
80 Killed in North Waziristan Battles
  Britain and US in 'Safe Return' Deal for Bhutto
  NATO Troops Kill Four Civilians in Afghanistan

50 Pakistani Troops 'Missing' After Battles

  Sixteen 'Foreign' Rebels Said Killed in Afghanistan
US Military Sees Big Decline in Black Enlistees
Are Presidents Entitled to Kill Foreigners?  by James Bovard
Neocons Converge Around Giuliani Campaign  by Michael Hirsh
All Quiet on the Leadership Front as Our Troops Die in Faraway Lands  by Simon Jenkins
The Democrats Who Enable Bush
by Helen Thomas
Fool Me Twice  by Patrick Foy
Don't Blame China for Myanmar
by Kerry Howley

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UK Anti-Iraq War Marchers 'Defiant'

Iraq Says Blackwater Killed 17, Shooting 'Deliberate'
Blackwater Fallout May Ripple Through Industry
Bush Faces Court Ruling Over CIA Prisons
Police: US Forces Killed Two First-Aid Workers in Mosul
US Cordons Off S. Baghdad Areas in Preparation for Massive Attack
Talabani Supports Proposal to Divide Iraq Into 3 Regions
South Africa's Silent War in Iraq
Iraqi Kurdish Leader Defends Oil Deals
War on Terror Is Fueling al-Qaeda – UK Report
Internet Helps Besieged Iraqis Stay in Touch With Outside World
Today in Iraq
Ramadi Sheiks Unfazed by Slaying
Basra Police Chief 'Ready to Deal With Armed Militias'
Sunnis in Sadr City Practice Shi'ite Rituals
Change in Iraqi Province Obvious in Rare Drive
Sunday: 21 Iraqis Killed, 19 Wounded
Iraq Occupation
Talabani Eyes Major US Troop Pullout in 2008
Knowing the Enemy Difficult in Iraq
US-Iraq Group Mulls Security, Blackwater
US Military Says It Captured Shi'ite Militia Leader, but Won't Say Who
US Military Arrests Suspects in Kidnapping of Britons
A Band of Survivors Returns From Iraq
Global Iraq Fallout
British Govt Gave Public False Hope on Iraq, Military Adviser Admits
Czech FM Announces Planned Iraq Pullout
Iraqi Truckers Kept Waiting at Iran Border
Iraqi Exile Still Proud He Promoted War
Saudi Arabia Tightens Borders to Keep Cholera Out
After Leaving Iraq, a Bitter Return Home
Iraqi Interpreters Wait for Brown to Decide Fate
The War at Home
DC Antiwar Activists Face Six-Month Prison Sentences
As War Dragged On, Coverage Tone Weighed Heavily on Anchors
Pelosi: US Appears Guilty of Torture
As Bush Staffers Leave, Questions About Legacy Abound
Thou Shalt Not Kill, Except in a Popular Video War Game at Church
US Military
Deadly Mystery Disease Follows Troops Home
StratCom Guides Network of Agencies in WMD Fight
Four Afghan Police, Four Taliban Killed
US Renews Bid to Destroy Opium Poppies in Afghanistan
Japan May Cut Support of Afghan Mission
Japanese Opposition Defiant on Afghanistan
Pakistan Enters Political Limbo
Pakistan Political Scenario Likely to Change Fast
US Blamed for Pakistan Insecurity
Bhutto: I Know My Life Will Be at Risk
Nepalese Ruling Coalition Demands PM to Resign
Political Pessimism Grows in Nepal
Myanmar Junta Says Weapons Seized From Buddhist Monasteries
Myanmar Junta Takes Soldiers Off Streets
Myanmar Still in Fear and Cut Off
Junta Hunts Dissidents on UN Computers
India Unveils Business Proposals With Myanmar
Tamil Rebel Ship Sunk, 12 Killed
Democracy Rally in Hong Kong
Taiwan Tidies a War Zone for Tourist Invasion
Kidnapped in Colombia
Petraeus Steps Up Accusations Against Iran
Iran Holds More Talks With UN Over Nuclear Work
Iran: US Must Change Policy Before Talks
Iranian Border With Iraqi Kurdistan Stays Shut
Analysts Warn Syria Risks Wrath of al-Qaeda With Ties to Iraq's Ex-Ba'athists
Turkey Says It Won't Allow Israel to Use Air Space to Strike Syria
Turkish FM Demands Details of Israeli Attack on Syria
Turkish FM Talks Up Syrian Role in Assad Meeting
Three Die in Syrian Military Plane Crash
Kurdish Rebels Kill 13 Soldiers in Southeast Turkey
Turkish Troops Kill One Kurdish Rebel Near Border With Iraq
Bomb in Istanbul Wounds at Least One Policeman
Israel: US-Sponsored Talks Have Limits
Palestinians See Rifts With Israel on Peace Draft
Arab Experts Hold Low Expectations for Mideast Peace Conference
Hamas, Jihad Call Conference to Rival US Peace Meet
Hamas Says Fatah Thwarted Sudanese Reconciliation Offer
Olmert Reassures Critics Ahead of US Peace Meet
Gaza's Christian Bookseller Killed
Israeli Planes Shell Beit Hanoun
Mortar Shells Fired at Southern Israel From Gaza
Palestinians Launch Longer-Range Rocket Into Israel
Israeli Military Says Hamas Responsible for Rocket Fired From Gaza Strip

Egyptian Police, Sinai Protesters Clash

Egyptian Newspapers Protest Clampdown
Middle East
Yemen's Interior Minister Warns Protesters of Consequences
Jordanian Islamist Party Plans Partial Slate for Parliamentary Polls
US Cheers Ugandan Forces Over Somalia
Mogadishu Security Operation Begins
Hijacked Plane Freed in Somalia
Army-Controlled Darfur Town Razed
German Family's Namibia Apology for 1904 Mass Killings
UN Sees Military Buildup in Eastern Congo
Putin Pledges Russian Weapons at Reduced Prices to His Allies
Killer of Russian Journalist Is Known, Editor Says
Supporters Demand Justice for Slain Kremlin Critic
Belgium Downplays Breakup Concerns
Basque Leader Calls Raid War Declaration
UK May Disband a Third of Bomber Squadrons
Report: North Korea Likely to Start Disabling Nuclear Facilities in Mid-October
Koreas Look Down Tricky Road to Peace

Justin Raimondo
The Ron Paul Breakthrough

Alan Bock
Machiavelli's Real Transgression

Doug Bandow
The Price of Promiscuous Intervention

Charles Peņa
Misunderestimating the Price of Iraq

Nebojsa Malic
Brussels' End

Philip Giraldi
What World War III
May Look Like

David R. Henderson
War and the Constitution

Praful Bidwai
Nuke Deal May Trigger Midterm Polls in India

Ivan Eland
Why 'Partition' (of Iraq) Is a Dirty Word

Sascha Matuszak
Chaos in the Great Game

Ran HaCohen
Palestine: Blood Is in the Air

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