Today's Highlights

Why They Hate China: Justin Raimondo
How to Resolve the Tibet Crisis: Eric Margolis
Hard to See the Benefits: Charles Peńa
Generals bin Laden and Bush: Mark Danner
Operation Cassandra: William S. Lind

 Eric Margolis

Behind the Tibet Crisis

 Bob Barr

Realignment for Peace and Liberty

 Joyce Lucey

The Suicide of Jefferey Lucey

 Michael Kirk

Bush's War

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Updated March 26, 2008 - 11:24 PM EDT
Sadr Orders Iraqi PM Out of Basra
  Iraqi PM Gives Mahdi Army Ultimatum
  Sadr Cease-Fire Over; US Blames Iran

Iraqi Civilians Killed, Hurt in US Raid in Northern Iraq


Is 'Success' of US Surge in Iraq About to Unravel?


Intense Fighting Erupts in Iraq


Wednesday: 2 GIs, 1 British Soldier, 76 Iraqis Killed; 367 Iraqis Wounded

Afghan Aid Money Spent on High Salaries

New Pak Leaders to US: 'New Sheriff in Town'


US Tells Sharif to Soften Anti-Musharraf Stand


Indian PM Greets Pakistani PM Gillani, Hopes for 'Best Ever' Relations

The Ongoing Exclusion of War Opponents From the Iraq Debate  by Glenn Greenwald
No Good Argument Against Nuclear Abolition  by Jonathan Schell
Bridges Over Troubled Water
by Christopher Preble & Jeremy Lott
Generals bin Laden and Bush
by Mark Danner and Tom Engelhardt
How to Resolve the Tibet Crisis
by Eric Margolis
Operation Cassandra  by William S. Lind

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Battles Wrack Basra, Threatening US Surge Myth

Iraq Unrest Casus Belli for Lebanon War?

Cheney: Bush Decision to Invade Iraq as Courageous as Pardoning Nixon

UK Official: Iraq War 'Better Than Most People Expected'

Tories Demand Iraq War Inquiry

US, Russia, China in Fierce Battle to Sell Fighter Jets in Asia

Clinton 'Misspoke' About '96 Bosnia Trip

Kathmandu Police Baton-Charge
Tibetan Protesters
Mahdi Revolt

Sadrists Expand Civil Disobedience to All Provinces

Iraq's Sadr Threatens Civil Revolt After Deadly Clashes

Sadr Army Seizes Parts of Kut

Violence Erupts in Basra as Iraqi Forces Battle Mahdi Army

US Forces Surround Sadr City

Oil Ministry: Exports Not Affected by Basra Clashes

Rival Shi'ite Factions Clash in Baghdad

'Final Battle for Basra'

Main Players in Iraq's Basra

Today in Iraq

Iraqi Parliament Starts New Legislative Term

US Embassy Employee Dies of Wounds

Iraqi Govt Closes Border to Southwestern Iran

12,446 Detainees Released According to Iraq Amnesty Law

Iraqi Southern Cities Under Curfew

Tuesday: 1 US Soldier, 54 Iraqis Killed; 129 Iraqis Wounded
Occupying Iraq

Supremes Express Doubts About Extending Reach of US Courts Into Iraq

Report: Iraqi Insurgents Benefit From US Drone Shortage

Front Row for Green Zone Mortar Salvos

Bush Praises Bahraini King for Support in Iraq

Cheney Reassures Turkey on US Stance Against PKK


China Envoy Defends Move on Protests

Unrest at Shuttered Gateway to Tibet

China Moves to Tighten Control Over Religion in Tibet

China Tightens Grip on Tibet Monasteries

China Puts Ethnic-Tibetan Area Under Lockdown

Clinton Says US Should Be Forceful on Tibet

Dalai Lama Reiterates Threat to Quit

Dalai Lama Urges Tibetans Not to Use Violent Methods

Tibet Deaths, Arrests, and Protests Shadow Olympics

France May Boycott Olympics Over Tibet


Pentagon Admits Mistaken Arms Shipment to Taiwan

US Mistakenly Sent Nuclear Missile Fuses to Taiwan

Taiwan Election Eases US-China Problem


BBC Website 'Unblocked in China'

China's Battle to Police the Web


North Korea's UN Envoy 'Recalled' Amid Nuclear Impasse

South Korea to Probe North Korea Human Rights


Japan to Examine Troop Dispatch Changes

Denmark Charges 3 in Terrorism Cases

Uganda Rebels Vow Not to Sign Final Deal


Sharif: Pakistan Won't Play Into US Hands

Pakistan Premier's Party Wants to Dump Musharraf

Pakistani Move to Hold Talks With Militants 'Worries' US

Sharif: Pakistan Will Review Terror War

Pakistan on British Human Rights Watchlist

Bush Eyes Continued Anti-Terrorism Work With Pakistan


Taliban Fighters Kill Four Afghan Police, Two Civilians in Ambush

France DM: No Decision Yet on Afghan Forces

Berlin Denies Delaying Afghan Aid Money

France Says No Decision Yet on Troops for Afghanistan

South Asia

Sri Lanka Navy Fights Tiger Boats

Indian Minister Says US Nuke Deal Not Close


Survey: Israel Strengthens Hamas Yet Again

Jordanian-Trained Palestinian Force to Deploy in West Bank

Israeli Envoy Rules Out Hamas Talks, Warns Gaza Quiet 'Deceptive'

Israeli Police Ban Palestinian Event

Palestinian Sources: Israel Pardons 36 Wanted Suspects

Blair: Middle East Peace Is a Race Against Time

Suez Incident

US Navy Confirms Suez Canal Shooting

US, Egypt Disagree Over Suez Shooting, Fueling Suspicion

Middle East

Egypt Targets Muslim Brotherhood Moderates

Lawyers Deny Yemeni Journalist Backs Rebels


Syrian President Will Chair Arab Summit

Syria Tightens Controls on Internet Use


African-Backed Comoros Forces Take Rebel Island

African Conscripts Invade Comoros Island, Cut Off Communications

Comoros Soldiers Seize Rebel Capital


Russia, Egypt Seal Nuclear Power Deal

Medvedev Warns Against NATO Expansion

Russia Plans Aid for Kosovo Serbs


Belarus Says Uncovers US Spy Network

Belarus Protesters Clash With Police


Peru Says Chávez Backs Domestic Revolt

Chávez Says US Can 'Shove' Terror List

First Trial Opens in Canada Terror Case


Justin Raimondo
Why They Hate China

Charles Peńa
Hard to See the Benefits Through the Bills and the Blood

Philip Giraldi
Neocon Valor Is an Act of Feith

Ivan Eland
Defense-Contract Reform Key to a Restrained Foreign Policy

Alan Bock
McCain's Feet of Warlike Clay

Doug Bandow
John McCain: Blowing Up the World at 3am?

David R. Henderson
Jeremiah Wright: True and False

Nebojsa Malic

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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