Today's Highlights

No More Pentagon Budget Games: Robert Higgs
Canada's Muddled Afghan Mission: Neil Kitson
The State Is A Lie: Nebojsa Malic
US' Latin American Diplomacy Sidelined: Jim Lobe
The China Syndrome: Michael T. Klare

 
 Greg Palast

Tension in South America

 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

Original Letters Blog US Casualties Iraqi Casualties Contact Donate

 
News
Updated March 6, 2008 - 10:00 PM EST
8 Killed in Attack at Jerusalem Seminary
Bush Admin: Congress Irrelevant on Iraq
 
  White House Says Can Stay in Iraq Even After UN Mandate Expires
  Study: Security Spending Fails to Curb Terror Toll
  US Troops Buy Own Gear for Safety, Style in Battle
Baghdad Bomb Blasts Kill 55, Wound 133
 
  Sahwa Forces Challenge Iraqi Govt, and Win
  Iraqi Cabinet Gives Green Light to Oil Ministry to Sign Oil Deals
  Turkey Resumes Strikes in Iraq's North
  Thursday: 81 Iraqis Killed, 157 Wounded
US: Iran Broke Vow to Quit Aiding Iraqi Militias
 
  US Denies Talks With Iran Scheduled
  Russia Tells Iran to Suspend Enrichment
  Who Leaked the Details of a CIA-Mossad Plot Against Iran?
Whiff of War Hangs Over Andes Region Dispute
 
  Venezuela Mobilizes Forces to Colombia Border
  Colombia: Rebel Documents Talk of Uranium Offer
  Report: Colombian Rebel Leader Located After Call From Chávez
US Strike on Somalia May Have Missed Target
US Makes Show of Force at Sea in Mideast
Small Blast Hits Times Square Army Recruiting Center
Canada Tosses CIA Testimony Obtained Via Waterboarding
Viewpoints
Bringing Iraq and Iran
Closer Together
 by Jacob Hornberger
The 'Great Satan' Strike Out
by Robert Scheer
A Key to Peace: Breaking the Govt Monopoly on Money  by Steven Horwitz
The China Syndrome  by Michael T. Klare
A 'Change' Election?  by Bruce Fein
Canada's Muddled Afghan Mission
by Neil Kitson

More Viewpoints

Read more
Frontline
US' Latin American Diplomacy Sidelined by Loyalty to Uribe
House Roll Call Vote on Condemning Palestinians, Iran, Syria
Outrage at Marine Tossing Puppy to Its Death in Iraq
British Govt Survives Vote on EU Referendum Call
  FBI Chief Confirms Misuse of Subpoenas
Commander Rejects Article of Praise
Vermont Towns Vote to Arrest Bush and Cheney
 
Iraqi Christians
Cling to Last, Waning Refuges
Iraq Occupation
US Forces Release Former Iraq Minister
Jobs Needed or Iraq Troop Pullout at Risk: US General
Admiral Mullen 'Concerned' by Iraq Pullout, but Says Military Will Accept Whoever Is Elected as Commander-In-Chief
US Officer Sees Shortage Among Some in Iraqi Ranks
US Says Kidnappers of Iraqi Archbishop May Want Money
Today in Iraq
Iraqi Govt Rejects US Hand-Over of Chemical Ali
Sunni Anger at Iraq Trial Failure
Iraqi PM at Odds With Presidency Over Execution Order
Iraq Recruits Tribes Who Help Oil Smugglers to Combat Oil Theft
Emergency Plan Implemented in Basra
67 Detainees Freed in Diyala
Attacks Continue
Family Killed in Iraq as Attack Near Sunni Mosque Foiled
Academic Killed in Northern Iraq
Wednesday: 24 Iraqis Killed, 47 Wounded
Global Iraq Fallout
Turkish Army Refuses to Close Bases in Northern Iraq
Iraq in Talks With American and European Companies to Develop 5 New Oil Fields
France Upholds Freeze on Sale of Saddam Super-Yacht
The War at Home
Judge Rejects Murtha Deposition Request
5 Years Ago: The Fateful Press Conference
Former Aussie PM Wins US Neocon Award
US Military
Congress Threatens to Pull Funding for Air Force Tankers
Friendly-Fire Incidents Hard to Stop
Army Mustering 10,000 IRR Members, Reinvigorating Force
Air Force Changed Tanker-Bid Criteria, Lawmaker Charges
'War on Terror'
Police Authorities to Gain Fast and Expansive Access to Records
DHS Strains as Goals, Mandates Go Unmet
More Screening Set for Private Planes
Would-Be London Bombers Launch Appeal Bid
Andes Tension
US 'Disturbed' Over Rebel Links to Venezuela, Ecuador
US: Talk of Military Aid to Colombia 'Premature'
OAS Stops Short of Condemning Colombia
Chávez Says Venezuela Doesn't Seek War
Seized Laptop Shows Chvez-Rebel Ties
State Dept: US Will Examine Captured Colombian Rebel Hard Drives
Colombian Rebels Release Four Kidnapped Tourists
Colombia Says Did Not Block Ecuador Hostage Effort
White House: Colombia, Ecuador Should Work Out Tensions
Border Incursion Was Colombian Gamble
Pentagon: Venezuela-Colombia Armed Conflict Unlikely

Venezuela-Colombia Trade Sputters Amid Regional Row

Cuba
Cyber-Rebels in Cuba Defy State’s Limits
Russia
Russia Pumps Tens of Millions Into Burnishing Image Abroad
Russian Election Protesters Detained
Pro-Kremlin Youth Group Blamed for Attacking Paper
Europe
Georgia Rebel Region Seeks Recognition After Kosovo
Slovenia Recognizes Kosovo
Armenia, Azerbaijan Promise Cease-Fire
NATO Studies Bids of Balkans, Ex-Soviet Hopefuls
Dependence on Russian Gas Worries Some but Not All European Countries
German Soldiers Less Fit Than Civilians
Kenya
Kenyan State 'Linked to Poll Clashes'
Kenya's Peace Deal Faces Test in Parliament
 
Iran
Treasury Secretary Says Iranian Banks Engaged in Deception
Bush Told to End Threats to Iran Over Weapons
Iran Says Will Hold Nuclear Talks Only With IAEA
EU Powers Challenge Iran Nuclear Answers to IAEA
Iran Minister Says No New Nuclear Talks After Sanctions
No Evidence Iran Didn't Start a Nuclear Weapons Program, British Envoy Insists
Iran Wants Change With Next US President
Iran’s Religious Conservatives Are Expected to Solidify Power at Polls
Poster Ban to Change Campaigning in Iran Vote
Palestine/Israel
Israel Vows to Keep Up Gaza Strikes
Peace Talks With PA Likely to Resume Thursday
Amnesty: Situation in Gaza Worst Since 1967
Olmert: Israeli Military Will Halt Strikes if Hamas Does
Arab League Will Drop Out of NPT if Israel Admits to Nukes
West Bank Barriers Keep Rising Despite Promises of Relief
Abbas Says He’ll Talk, but Dialogue May Be Remote
Picking Up Pieces, Gazans Debate Israel Incursion
Israeli Drones Jamming Phones in Gaza?
Arab Ministers Mull Review of Peace Offer
An Israeli and a Gazan Blog for Peace
Middle East
Report: Hezbollah Says Ready for War With Israel, but Won't Start It
President Fails to Budge OPEC on Production
France, UAE, Qatar End War Games in Tense Gulf
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood to Contest Elections From Jail
Report: Egypt Leaks Information About an American Military Action Against Syria
Afghanistan
NATO May Ask Russians for Logistics Help in Afghanistan
Taliban Vows to Continue War in Afghanistan
NATO Commander: No Taliban Spring Offensive Expected
Several Taliban Militants Killed in Operations in Afghanistan
UN: Afghanistan Should Hit Drug Lords
Pakistan
Militants Assert Themselves in Pakistan
Charges Dropped Against Bhutto Widower
Pakistani Police Interrogate Six Over Lahore Blast
Pakistani Nuclear Scientist Hospitalized
Death for Pakistani for Murder of US Diplomat
Gunships Pound Militant Hideouts in Swat Valley
Pakistan: 11 Detained in Bombing Probe
Pakistan Welcomes Indian PMs Statement
India
Indian Premier Hopes for Good Relations With New Order in Pakistan
US Official Warns India Time Running Out on Nuclear Deal
US Should Release India Nuke Deal Answers: Experts
China/Taiwan
China Announces Largest Military Budget Ever
China Accuses US of Military Fear-Mongering
US, China Resigned to Taiwan Vote
Australians Unhurt in China After Bus Hijacker Is Killed
Asia
4 Marines to Get Courts-Martial for Alleged Rape in Japan
US Relations With North Korea Possible, Diplomat Says
US May Be Allowed to Use Uzbek Military Base
Laughing Through the Junta's Gag
Africa
West Congo Violence Leaves UN Forces Scrambling
Sudan: French Peacekeeper's Body Found
German Kidnapped in Nigeria Released
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
3/05/2008
Medvedev, Hillary,
and 'Media Bias'

Nebojsa Malic
3/06/2008
The State Is A Lie

Ivan Eland
3/03/2008
Accepting Reality Is No Vice; Being Oblivious Is No Virtue

Alan Bock
3/01/2008
Democrats Offer Only Shallow Changes

Doug Bandow
2/29/2008
Make America's Policy of Promiscuous Intervention the Issue in November

David R. Henderson
2/28/2008
Support Our Troops or Judge Them?

Charles Pea
2/27/2008
More Amtrak Security,
More Safety?

Philip Giraldi
2/26/2008
The Clinton Years Revisited

Ran HaCohen
2/19/2008
Israel Says 'No'

Praful Bidwai
2/07/2008
India to Pay a Price For Launching Israeli Spy Satellite

Sascha Matuszak
2/05/2008
The Dragon or the Snake?

Additional Contributors


 
Reproduction of material from any original Antiwar.com pages
without written permission is strictly prohibited.
Copyright 2008 Antiwar.com