Today's Highlights

The Foreign Policy Follies: Justin Raimondo
Make Interventionism the Election Issue: D. Bandow
Cooking Up a Storm: Engelhardt/Berrigan
Barack Obama's Israel Bond: Joshua Frank
Vets Break Silence on War Crimes Aaron Glantz

 Lew Rockwell

Bill Buckley and the Return of the Old Right

 Gen. Robert Gard

Deal With Iran

 Steve Clemons

Middle East, Cuba, Humanitarian War

 Daniel Ellsberg

Deliso and Ellsberg Talk Corruption

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Updated February 29, 2008 - 10:04 PM EST
Turkish Troops Pull Out of Iraq
  'Phantom' Police on Payrolls in Iraq
  Friday: 12 Iraqis Killed, 4 Wounded; Christian Archbishop Abducted
Israeli Strikes Kill 32 Gazans, Including 5 Children
  Gaza Ground Offensive Looms
  Killed While Playing Football, Child Victims of Israel's Revenge on Gaza
Kosovo Overseers: No Split, No Separate Police
  Kostunica: EU Talks Only if Kosovo Is With Serbia
US Distances Itself From Musharraf
  Suicide Bomber Kills 38 at Pakistan Funeral
  Missile Hits House in Pakistan's Waziristan, 13 'Suspects' Dead
US: Afghanistan Mission Close to Failing
  Britain Pulls Harry Out of Afghanistan
US Posts Warship Off Lebanon Coast
British Court Gags Ex-Special Forces Soldier About Torture
The Turkish Invasion Could Destroy a Unified Iraq  by Patrick Cockburn
The Commander-in-Chef Cooks Up a Storm  by Tom Engelhardt and Frida Berrigan
Kosovo, Russia, and the Last Grasps of American Unipolarity  by Nikolas Gvosdev
Gaza: The Breakthrough That Did Not Happen  by Amira Hass
Barack Obama's Israel Bond
by Joshua Frank
Confessions of a Gitmo Guard
by Debbie Nathan

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Vets Break Silence on War Crimes
$4 Gasoline? It's News to Bush
Bush: Outside Forces 'Unbelievably Counterproductive' in Africa, but Needed in Iraq
Top US Officer Worries About Quick Iraq Pullout
Wired Publishes More Photographs of Abu Ghraib
Economist: Iraq War a Central Cause of US Banking Crisis
FBI Documents Contradict 9/11 Commission Report
World Record-High Ratio of Americans in Prison
Seven Million Shi'ites
Commemorate Imam Hussein Killing
Turkey Invades Iraq
Iraq Halts Kirkuk Oil Exports to Turkey
PKK: 18 Turkish Troops Killed in Northern Iraq
Will an Extended Turkish Offensive Further Destabilize Iraq?
PKK: Talabani Is the Trojan Horse in the Kurdish Movement
Today in Iraq
Millions Defy Bombs to Attend Iraqi Shi'ite Ritual
Al-Maliki: Iraqis Are Reconciling
Spokesman: Popular Committees in Diyala to Be Dissolved
Iraq Rewards Trump Risks for Job Seekers
Iraqi PM Returns Home After Health Checks in London
Fallujah Women, Painful Stories of Struggle
10 al-Qaeda Gunmen Killed in Baghdad
Attacks Continue
Two Iraqi Policemen Killed, Six Civilians Injured in Attacks in Mosul
Civilian Injured by IED in Baghdad
Thursday: 13 Iraqis, 5 Arabs Killed; 12 Iraqis Wounded
Global Iraq Fallout
Ups and Downs of Iraq-Iran Relations
US and Iraq Pledge Economic Cooperation
Egypt to Study Upgrading Diplomatic Presence in Iraq
The War at Home
Senate Leader Reid: Antiwar Fight to Continue
Bush Raps Obama Pledge to Meet Hostile Leaders
Iraq Back in Focus for Campaigns
Scahill: Despite Antiwar Rhetoric. Clinton-Obama Plans Would Keep Troops in Iraq for Years to Come
Obama Says Europe Must Do More in Afghanistan
McCain Backs Iraq Commanders, Citing Vietnam
US Military
Army Overhauls Wartime Purchasing
A Look at Army's New Operations Manual
Marine Corps Suspends Flak Jacket Order
'War on Terror'
Pennsylvania Nuclear Plant Investigated for Security Lapses
Panel Is Set to Examine Security at UN Sites
British Govt Loses More Sensitive Data
US Envoy Blames Hard-Liners in Serbian Govt for Attack on Embassy
US Rules Out Kosovo Partition
Serbia Demands Extradition of Milosevic Widow, Son
Germany Closes Consular Sections in Belgrade
Patched Up US Embassy Reopens in Belgrade
ETA Blast Hits Socialist Offices in Basque Country
Tensions Between Madrid, Regions as Spain Votes
Six Held in Nordic 'Terror Raids'
Putin's Heir Struggles to Come Out of His Master's Shadow
Cold War Nuke Bunker Opens to the Public
Cuba Signs UN Rights Pacts
Uganda Rejects Rebel Demand
Burkina Faso: Protests Spread to Capital
Reports: Algerian Army Surrounds Maghreb al-Qaeda Chief
Cameroon: Protests Mount
Troops in 'Full Control' of Southern Somali District
Iran UN Sanctions Vote Seen Likely Saturday
Ahmadinejad's Iraq Visit Underlines Iran's Growing Role
Iranian Leader's Visit to Iraq May Upstage US
Iran President to Show Off Influence on Iraq Visit
World Group Tells Banks to Beware Deals With Iran
Iran Pressured to Fight Terror Financing
South Africa Sees Progress in Iran Nuclear Dispute
Israel, Hamas Violence Spikes on Gaza Border
Gaza Residents Say Israel Troops Inside Enclave
Report: Abbas Does Not Rule Out Resuming Armed Conflict With Israel
Israeli Missile Hits Near Gaza Leader's Home
Egypt Developing Plan to Supply All of Gaza's Electricity
Israelis Debate Rocket Defense
Israeli Official: Qassam Range May Reach 20 Km by 2009
Middle East
'Dead Terrorists' Resurface in Egypt
US Treasury Freezes Assets of Four Syrians
Iraqi De-Miners Help Save Lives in Southern Lebanon
Prince Harry in Afghanistan
UK Says Prince Harry Killed 30 Taliban
British Defense Ministry Deal With Media Kept Public in Dark Over Prince Deployment
'The Day Grandma Told Me I'd Be Going to War'
Events in Harry's Afghan Deployment
Key Facts on Britain's Prince Harry
US: Tribal Leaders Still in Charge of Afghanistan
Govt Insists It Controls Afghanistan
29 Killed Protecting Afghan Opium: Police
US to Send Trainers for Afghan Forces: Top Brass
NATO Credibility in Afghanistan at Stake if Fails to Curb Militancy
US Embrace of Musharraf Irks Pakistanis
After Pakistan Vote, US Eyes Options
Allies Rally Around Musharraf
Doubts Linger Over Pakistan's New Political Alliance
New York Philharmonic Bridges 2 Koreas
NY Philharmonic Plays to South Korean Audience
Thaksin Returns to Thailand to Cheers, Tears
Thaksin Out on Bail in Thailand
Thaksin Back at Center of Thai Politics
Singapore Apologizes for Terror Escape
Singapore Says May Relax Rules on Protests
South Asia
Gates Warns India 'Clock Is Ticking' on Nuclear Accord
Suicide Bombing in Sri Lanka Capital Injures Seven: Police
Kenya's Rival Politicians Sign Deal
Deal Brings Hope That Kenya's Dark Chapter Is Over
Key Points of Kenya's Power-Sharing Deal
Gunmen Kill 20 in Darfur Village
China: We Can't Solve Darfur Conflict Alone
Sudan Eyes Normalized US Ties

Justin Raimondo
The Foreign Policy Follies

Doug Bandow
Make America's Policy of Promiscuous Intervention the Issue in November

David R. Henderson
Support Our Troops – or Judge Them?

Charles Peña
More Amtrak Security,
More Safety?

Philip Giraldi
The Clinton Years Revisited

Ivan Eland
Bush 'Triples Down' in Pakistan

Alan Bock
Hope in Pakistan?

Nebojsa Malic
Day of Infamy

Ran HaCohen
Israel Says 'No'

Praful Bidwai
India to Pay a Price For Launching Israeli Spy Satellite

Sascha Matuszak
The Dragon or the Snake?

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