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Medvedev, Hillary, and 'Media Bias': J. Raimondo
Patience Is the Best Iran Policy: Scott Ritter
Linear Tactics in a Chaotic War: William S. Lind
The War Election: Norman Solomon
Make the World Safe for Hope: Brendan O'Neill

 Aaron Glantz

Supporting the War is Betraying the Troops

 Jacob Hornberger

Central Banking and War

 Lew Rockwell

Bill Buckley and the Return of the Old Right

 Gen. Robert Gard

Deal With Iran

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US General: Iran Biggest Threat to Iraq

Report: Turkey Attacks Northern Iraq


US Working on Two Agreements on Future Iraq Ties


Iraq Drawdown Resumes With Army Unit


Commander: Summer Assessment Needed Before Drawdown Continues

  Tuesday: 1 US Soldier, 51 Iraqis Killed; 7 Iraqis Wounded
Iran Calls for World Ban on Nukes
  US Urges West to Follow Through on Iran Sanctions

Russia, China Block UN Iran Resolution

Israel Answers Rice's Peace Push With Tanks
  Israeli Foreign Ministry Threatens Gaza Reoccupation
Venezuela Mobilizes Forces to Colombia Border

Bush Backs Colombia Over Venezuela 'Provocation'


Ecuador to Defend Itself if No Colombia Apology

FBI Director Admits Improperly Sought Personal Data
The Cost of a Week in Hell
by William D. Hartung and Tom Engelhardt
Linear Tactics in a Chaotic War
by William S. Lind
Why We Sued the Phone Company
by Studs Terkel, Quentin Young, Barbara Flynn Currie, and James Montgomery
Patience Is the Best Iran Policy
by Scott Ritter
The War Election  by Norman Solomon
Make the World Safe for Hope
by Brendan O'Neill

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Top Commander: Iraq Violence Down

US Military: Iraq Helicopter Crashes, Eight Killed

Graves Set Aside for Iraqi Journalists

Talabani Visits Ankara Following Turkish Offensive

Bush Optimistic on Mideast Peace Before He Leaves Office

DHS: No Threats, but Maybe Someone Might Attack an Arena or Something

Kosovo Needs $2 Billion in Near-Term Aid, US Says

Expert: US Exaggerating North Korea Threat

Hamas Looking Like Hezbollah as Israel Leaves Gaza
Today in Iraq

Iraqi PM: Christians Essential to Iraq

The Mother Teresa of Baghdad

Sadrists Welcome Release of Two Health Officials

Violence Leaves Young Iraqis Doubting Clerics

Attacks Continue

Civilian Gunned Down South of Baquba

Gang Arrested on Charges of Killing, Kidnapping Civilians

Tuesday: 1 US Soldier, 51 Iraqis Killed; 7 Iraqis Wounded
Occupying Iraq

Iraqi VP: Deal Made to Speed Release of US-Held Detainees

US Lawmaker Fears Open-Ended US Military Pact in Iraq

US Senator Wants Iraq Oil Funds Used for Rebuilding

UK Probes Death of Iraqi Woman

US Agrees to Leave Nine Inspectors in Iraq

US Military

Air Force General: US Needs More Modern Nukes

Some Democrats Seek to Reduce Funding for Missile Defense

Boeing Questions Air Force Decision on Tanker Contract

25th Anniversary of Anti-Nuke Protests at Vandenberg AFB

'War on Terror'

Terror Trial Begins in Ohio

Law Enforcement Officials Secretly Profiling Immigrants

Congressional Oversight Office at NSA Headquarters Sits Empty


Bombings in Afghanistan Kill Five

Police Foil Two Roadside Bombing Attacks in Eastern Afghanistan

Iran Says It Will Deport Over One Million Afghans


Pakistan in Limbo as Election Winners Squabble

US Deploys Troop Advisers in Pakistan

Five Killed in Pakistan Suicide Bombings

String of Suicide Bombings Unsettles Pakistan

Musharraf Is Still Focus in Pakistan

British FM Heads to Pakistan to Discuss Commonwealth Reentry

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Says Takes Tiger Terrain, Kills 23 Rebels


Armenian and Azerbaijani Forces Clash Near Nagorno-Karabakh

Pro-West Broadcaster Yanked in Armenia


Serbian Premier Puts Kosovo Above EU

Russia Warned of Kosovo Partition


Putin Sheds a Bit of Power, Keeps the Heat on Critics

Russia Imposes More Gas Cuts on Ukraine


Ahmadinejad: Foreigners to Blame for Iraq's Problems

Israel Welcomes Iran Sanctions Resolution

Russia Urges Iran to Comply on Nuclear Program

Protests Flare at Two Iranian Campuses


Some Israeli Forces Enter South Gaza

Gaza Resistance 'Fierce but Unorganized'

Israel Weighs Aid Corridors for Gaza Assault

Thousands of Israeli Arabs Protest Gaza Operation

At Iranian Behest, UN Rights Body Has Moment of Silence for Slain Gazans

Israeli Arab Student Surprised by Outrage at Request for Moment of Silence for Slain Gazans

Israeli Legal Experts Unsure if Military Can Legally Expel Gaza Civilians From Homes

Egypt Allows Relief Aid Into Gaza

Israel Defiant as Erdogan Calls Gaza Offensive 'Merciless'

Mideast Peace

Palestinians Rebuff Rice's Bid to Restart Peace Talks

Rice, Abbas Appeal to Israel to Help Peace Talks

Failed Bomber Reaches Out to Israelis

Middle East

Palestinians' Bittersweet Homecoming in Lebanon

Egypt Arrests 54 Members of Muslim Brotherhood Ahead of Municipal Elections


US Targeted Kenyan Suspect in Somalia Strike

US Claims al-Qaeda Wins in Somalia, but at What Cost to Somalis?

Somali Interim PM Admits Govt Troops Took Part in Marketplace Looting

Somalis Protest After US Missile Attack


Paris Promises Asylum to Chadian Opposition Leader

French Soldier With EU Force Missing in Sudan

Sudan Troops Clash With EU Force

Trench to Encircle Chad's Capital


China to Raise Military Spending

Tension Over China's Military Spending

US to Broach Nuke Concerns With China

China Offers Talks With Taiwan on Equal Footing

China: Taiwan's Referendum Risk to Peace

FARC Drama

Colombia Says Rebels Sought to Make Dirty Bomb

Colombia's Uribe Seeks International Court Trial Against Chávez

Why Has Colombia Invaded Ecuador, and Why Is Venezuela Joining the Fight?

A Look at the Military Strength of Colombia, Ecuador, and Venezuela


Justin Raimondo
Medvedev, Hillary,
and 'Media Bias'

Ivan Eland
Accepting Reality Is No Vice; Being Oblivious Is No Virtue

Alan Bock
Democrats Offer Only Shallow Changes

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

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

Charles Peńa
More Amtrak Security,
More Safety?

Philip Giraldi
The Clinton Years Revisited

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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