Today's Highlights

Is War With Iran Imminent?: Justin Raimondo
Selling the President's General: Tom Engelhardt
Straining the Volunteer Military: Ivan Eland
Cost-Benefit Analysis of War WitháIran: Jeff Huber
Refugees Flee Danger for Poverty: Nazzal/Jamail

 
 Philip Giraldi

Intelligence Estimate

 Mark Vonnegut

Armageddon in Retrospect

 Gareth Porter

Divide and Fail Completely at Conquering

 William Astore

Leaving Cheyenne Mountain

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News
Updated April 28, 2008 - 11:19 PM EDT
US Military: Clear Iran Role in Baghdad Attacks
 
  Israeli Air Force Chief: Ahmadinejad a Threat to the World, Like Hitler
US Forces in Iraq See Spike in IEDs in April
 
 

Mortars Kill Four US Soldiers in Baghdad

 

US Troops Kill 45 in Sadr City Clashes in Iraq

  Iraqi Cleric Rejects Talks Terms
  Investigators: Millions in Iraq Contracts Never Finished
  Two Mass Graves Found in Iraq, Yield 100 Bodies
 

Monday: 4 US Soldiers, 43 Iraqis Killed; 112 Iraqis Wounded

Israeli Strike Kills Mom, 4 Kids at Breakfast

Afghanistan: Taliban Evolves Into Network of Groups

Viewpoints
TV Military 'Analysts' Are Part of What Ike Warned Against  by Nancy Grape
The Neoconning of a Nation
by Eric Margolis
The Ritual Flaying of Jimmy Carter
by Joe Conason
Selling the President's General
by Tom Engelhardt
A New Style of Turncoat  by James Bamford
History Will Not Absolve Us
by George Hunsinger

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Frontline
Obama Says Will Back Petraeus for New Military Job
Back to the Hard Line on North Korea
Clinton: Afghanistan Needs More US Attention
Poll: More Americans Decry Decision to Invade Iraq
A Storm of Sand and Shelling
Iraqi Refugees Flee Danger for Poverty
Iraq's Maliki Puts Conditions to Stop Attacks on Militias
Lawyers Fear Monitoring in Cases on Terrorism
When It Comes Time to Kill
One-Stop Defense Shopping
 
Afghan President
Escapes Assassination Bid
Today in Iraq
Iraqi Political Leaders Protest US Siege of Sadr City
'Honor Killings' Become the Weapon to Subjugate Women in Iraq
Baghdad Museum Receives 700 Artifacts Stolen From Iraq
Maliki Discusses Sunni Role
Sunday: 179 Iraqis Killed, 131 Wounded; Mass Graves Found
Iraq Occupation
US Soldier Acquitted of Executing Iraqi
US Air Strikes Kill Six in Sadr City Despite Truce
US Pushes Utilities to Counter Sadr
Global Iraq Fallout
Number of Saudi Fighters in Iraq 'Exaggerated'
Turkish Soldiers Fight PKK Near Iraq
Iraqi Factions End Talks in Finland: Organizers
US Military
Legislation Aims to Bar Soldiers From Adult-Themed Publications
In Push for Drones, Gates Labors to Change Pentagon
Few States Allow Overseas Troops to Vote by E-Mail
'War on Terror'
Gitmo Detainees No Crazier Than Normal Prisoners, Spokeswoman Insists
Holding Suspects Without Charges Past 28 Days? UK Documents Propose House Arrest as an Alternative
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Candidates to Vet Presidential Poll Result
Signs of Attacks on the Opposition Rise in Zimbabwe
Angola Allows Zimbabwe Arms Ship to Dock
Sudan
Old Problems Haunt New UN Troops in Darfur
Rights Groups Urge Sudan Arrests
Africa
Fighting in Somalia Kills at Least 10
150,000 Kenyans Still in Camps as Resettlement Process Starts
 
Iran
Iran Says Iraq, Afghanistan Situations Makes US Attack Unlikely
Iran Demands Russian Nuclear Shipment
Syria
Assad: Facility Israel Bombed in September Was Not Nuclear
US Slow in Voicing Syria Intelligence: US Lawmakers
Netanyahu: PM Promised Golan to Syria Before Talks Ever Began
Turkey Steps Up Bid to Kick-Start Israel-Syria Talks
Israel/Palestine
US Presses Israel to Reach Gaza Cease-Fire Before Bush Visit
Hamas Leader Reiterates Truce Offer in Return for 1967 Borders
EU Faults Hamas for Gaza Fuel Crisis
Lebanon
Israel: UN Force Is Concealing Information About Hezbollah
Hezbollah Said to Be Bolstering Forces, Readying for War With Israel
Afghanistan
Taliban 'Behind Attempt on Karzai': Taliban Spokesman
Attempts on Afghan President's Life
Afghanistan Disappointed by German Spying
Nepal
Nepal's Maoists Bid for Power Faces Strong Opposition
Nepal Maoists Need to Convince Opposition for Power
Witness: From War to Election: Nepal's Exhilarating Ride
Asia
Western Allies Must Give Pakistan Peace a Chance: Analysts
Rebel Air Strike Hits Sri Lankan Forces
China Heaps More Criticism on Dalai Lama and His Followers
Security Tightened in Myanmar Amid Possible Demonstration
Europe
Chechnya Rivals in Collision
Negotiations Put Europeans Closer to Pact With Serbia
Americas
Captured Computer Shows Rebel Ties to Ecuador Lawmaker
Lawmaker: Banker to Be Next Haiti PM
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
4/28/2008
Is War With Iran Imminent?

Ivan Eland
4/28/2008
Quagmires, Wacky Personnel Policies Strain All-Volunteer Military

Doug Bandow
4/25/2008
Inconvenient Truths About John McCain

Nebojsa Malic
4/24/2008
If This Goes Onů

Charles Pe˝a
4/23/2008
Whither the Price of Oil?

Philip Giraldi
4/22/2008
Jimmy Carter Gets the Point

Alan Bock
4/19/2008
Prosecuting No-Threat Stumblebums

David R. Henderson
4/15/2008
John Yoo's Dilemma

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?

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