Today's Highlights

The GOP Purge: Justin Raimondo
Here's Hoping Pelosi Peeves the Turks: C. Reese
Neocons Surge vs. Antiwar Movement: Tom Hayden
Economists & the Nobel Peace Prize: Henderson
Who's Afraid of Gen. Petraeus?: John Taylor

 Chris Hedges

We Have Found the Islamo-Fascists

 Mark Danner

The President’s Faith in Himself

 Melissa Goodman

Military’s Role in Domestic Spying

 Brandon Mayfield

Falsely Accused of Madrid Train Bombings

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Updated October 22, 2007 - 10:57 PM EDT
Bush Asks for $46 Billion More for Wars
Iraqi PM 'Outraged' Over Civilian Casualties
  US Targeted Mahdi Army Offshoot in Raid
  Blackwater Begins Iraq Pullout

Monday: 82 Iraqis Killed, 75 Wounded

Kurdish Rebels Offer Turkey Conditional Truce
  Turks Mull Invasion of Iraq After PKK Ambush
  Iraq Cannot Hand Over Rebels to Turkey: Talabani
  Iran, Syria Urge Diplomatic Means Instead of Military Incursion Into Iraq
New bin Laden Tape Urges Insurgents to Unite
Cheney Raises the Rhetoric Against Iran
US Army to Keep Forcibly Reenlisting Soldiers
Tough Going for Antiwar Republicans
Here's Hoping Pelosi Peeves the Turks  by Charley Reese
Who's Afraid of Gen. Petraeus?
by John Taylor
Neocons Surge Against Antiwar Movement  by Tom Hayden
Cheney's Law  by David Bromwich
Tortuous Justifications  by Jeff Snyder
War as Government Program
by Sheldon Richman

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North Korea Envoy in Syria Amid Nuclear Rumors
Cheney Adds 'Bribery' to List of Accusations Against Syria
US Pins Kosovo Force on NATO's Afghan Commitment
US Planners See Shi'ite Militias as Rising Threat
Bush Demands Iraqi Govt, Kurds Deal With PKK
Joint Chiefs Chairman Looks Beyond Current Wars
How Far Can the Govt Go in Silencing Resident Aliens?
Wounded Troops Overwhelm Care
Maliki Promises Inquiry Into Civilians Killed in US Sadr City Raid
Today in Iraq
US Citizen's Sister Was Slain by Blackwater Employees
Kidnapped Catholic Priests Freed in Iraq
Iraqi Interpreters Walk the Talk
Sunday: 78 Iraqis Killed, 83 Wounded
Global Iraq Fallout
South Korea to Bring Home Half of Iraq Troops, Extend Stay of Other Half
British Defense Secretary to Face MPs Over Iraq Pullout
Iraq Dominates Australia TV Debate
Baghdad Not Under Armed Conflict: Swedish Court
Kuwait: Iraq and Neighbors to Boost Intelligence Exchange
Arab League to Participate in Iraq Neighbors' Interior Meeting
The War at Home
Seven Protesters Arrested at Blackwater's HQ
Biden: Bush Could Use Iran Measure as Justification for War
Biden Would Probably 'Secure' Pakistan's Nukes if Musharraf Were Eliminated
US Military
Army Vehicles No. 1 Accidental Killer of GIs
For Marines in Camouflage, No Errands
'War on Terror'
Ex-POWs Struggle With Debate Over US Treatment of Detainees
Report: Bush Possible New Zealand Terror Target
Tomato Juice Spill Causes Long Lines at LaGuardia Airport

Madrid Train Bombings Suspect Killed in Iraq

CIA Torture Film Hopes to Shine Light on Rendition
Afghan Battles Kill 20 Taliban, Wound 11 Civilians
NATO Signals Need for More UK Troops in Afghan Push
UK May Increase Afghan Troops
Pentagon Chief in Ukraine, Seeks Help in Afghanistan
Afghanistan Seeks Review of Herbicides in Poppy War
The Hazards of Golfing in Afghanistan
Bhutto Visits Bomb Survivors
Analysts: Pakistan at Tipping Point After Bhutto Attack
Girls' School Blown Up in Pakistan
Bhutto Calls for Foreign Help to Find Bombers
Fresh Protests Over Karachi Blasts
Pakistan's Army: Unprepared to Tackle Terrorism?
Truth More Dramatic Than Fiction: Kashmir's Theaters Like Military Installations
Army in Indian Kashmir Arrests Soldier in Death of Teacher
Dalai Lama Award Prompts Tibet Clashes
3 Chinese Leaders Out as Assembly Ends
North Korea Accuses South Korean Navy of Intrusion
Sri Lanka Tiger Rebel Plane Bombs Air Force Base
Myanmar Junta Demands Suu Kyi Drop Sanctions Support
PKK Pushes Turkey to Brink With Fresh Attacks
Kurdish Government Urges PKK Gunmen to Withdraw From Iraqi Territories
Iraq Says Taking 'Important Steps' Against PKK
Iraqi House Condemns Turkish Attack Threat
Syria Denies Assad Backing for Turkish Action in Iraq
Turkish Army Shells Border Areas in Northern Iraq
Turkish Opposition Parties Insist on Military Operation Against PKK
Turks Back Direct President Poll
Iran's New Hardline Nuclear Envoy Causes Jitters in West
Iranís Former Nuclear Envoy to Aid Successor
Iran FM to Go to Rome Nuclear Talks
Barak Shuns Dovish Past, Aims to Out-Hawk Netanyahu
Poll: Israelis Reject US as Middle East Arbitrator
Report: Olmert Says US-Sponsored Peace Conference Not Historic Breakthrough
Fatah Denies Israeli Report on Alleged Plot to Kill Olmert
Increasing Opposition in Israeli Cabinet Against Peace Summit
Gaza Hospital Canceling Surgeries as Blockade Prevents Access to Anesthetics
Israeli Military Launches Massive Operation Against Deserters
Israel Protests Over Release of 'Assassins'
Hezbollah Warns US Not to Set Up Military Base
Nasrallah's Deputy: We Will Continue to Fight, Take Captives
Israel: Hezbollah Arms Smuggling Still Going On
Nasrallah: I Did Everything I Could to Solve Arad Mystery
Lebanon's Jumblatt Calls on US to Impose Sanctions on Syria
Kosovo Albanians Reject Extending Talks Deadline
Russia's Red Line Over Kosovo
Poland's Kaczynskis Beaten in Parliament Election
Polish Vote Winners to Seek 2008 Iraq Pullout
Seven Oil Workers Kidnapped in Nigeria
Nigerian Militants Bomb Politicians' Homes
Sudan VP Accuses South of Troop Buildup
Several Dead After Fighting in Darfur Refugee Camp
Battle Follows Mogadishu Ambush
Attacks on Journalists in Somalia
Rebels: 140 Govt Troops Killed in Ethiopia
Congo Army Warns Militia to Disarm, Thousands Flee
Polls May Decide Fidelís Fate

Justin Raimondo
The GOP Purge

David R. Henderson
Economists and the
Nobel Peace Prize

Alan Bock
Secrecy and the War Without End

Doug Bandow
The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy

Ivan Eland
US Has Double Standard at Home and Abroad

Charles PeŮa
Not -So-New Homeland Security Strategy

Ran HaCohen
The Israeli Right Has a Peace Plan

Nebojsa Malic
The Phantom Menace

Philip Giraldi
Neocons Acquire Another
Front Group

Praful Bidwai
Nuke Deal May Trigger Midterm Polls in India

Sascha Matuszak
Chaos in the Great Game

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