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America Is the Rogue Nation: Charley Reese
A Legacy to Die For: Gordon Prather
Can the Air Force Be Reformed?: Ivan Eland
Even Rare Bush Success Leaves Sour Taste: Lobe
Zionism's Dead End: Jonathan Cook

 Gordon Prather

Axis of False Accusations

 Clay Ramsay

Americans Oppose Torture Somewhat

 Trevor Lyman

Left, Right, Libertarians for 4th Amendment

 Melvin Goodman

Failure of Intelligence

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Updated June 29, 2008 - 11:11 PM EDT
Secret US Op Kills Iraqi, Strains Relations
  Iraqi MPs Stall Deals on Bush Benchmarks
  Iraqi Police Find Up to 30 Decomposed Bodies Northwest of Baghdad
  Sunday: 39 Iraqis Killed, 20 Wounded
Cheney 'Tried to Block N. Korea Nuclear Deal'
  US Calls on North Korea to Come Clean on Uranium
Pakistan Launches Strike at Taliban Hideouts
  Pakistani Taliban Leader Suspends Peace Talks
  Pentagon Paints a Bleak Picture for Afghan South
Iraq Occupation Plan Faulted in US Army History
Israeli Cabinet OKs Hezbollah Prisoner Swap
New Israel Lobby Advocates Diplomacy Over Force
The Nuclear Expert Who Never Was  by Scott Ritter
America Is the Rogue Nation
by Charley Reese
What if We Leave the Middle East? (We Won't Be Missed)  by Leon Hadar
Don't Invade Zimbabwe
by Jacob G. Hornberger
Zionism's Dead End  by Jonathan Cook
A Legacy to Die For  by Gordon Prather

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War Camp Kids Chant 'Ooh, Aah, Ooh, Aah, I Want to Kill Somebody.'
More 'Near-Nuclear' States May Loom
Iraqi Lawmaker: Security Agreement With US Still 'Draft'
McCain, Iraqi President Say Progress Being Made
Athletes Disabled by Wars Lead Iraqi Team in World Games
In Courts, Afghanistan Air Base May Become Next Guantánamo
North Korea's Nuke Program
Up in Smoke (video)
Iraqi Oil
Iraq Invites Oil Investment but the Majors Stay Away
Iraq Earmarks $8 Million for New State Oil Company
Kurdish Regional Leader Stands by Oil Deals
Today in Iraq
The Rise and Fall of a Sons of Iraq Warrior
US Forces Release Iraqi Journalist and Son
Iraq: Provincial Elections Likely to Be Delayed Until 2009
Baghdad Story Took an Unhappy Turn
Iraqi MP: Deba'athification Law Not Applicable to Security Agencies
Dozens of Dhi-Qar Residents Demonstrate to Join Police Force
Attacks Continue
Iraq Police Find 7 Bodies, Suspected al-Qaeda Jail
Al-Qaeda in Iraq Says It Was Behind Anbar Attack
Former Iraqi PM's New Movement Targeted in Hilla
Saturday: 1 Azeri Soldier, 41 Iraqis Killed
'Cracking Down'
US Reports Pressure on al-Qaeda in Iraq's North
Basra's Sadr Office Manager Arrested in Amara
US Forces Arrest Police Chief to the North of Baghdad
Two Senior al-Qaeda Members Arrested in Diala
10 Arrested in Raid South of Kirkuk
Key Gunman, Four Others Captured in Iraq's Hawija
12 Wanted Men Arrested in Basra
Global Iraq Fallout
Iraq's Archeologists Probe Manuscript Smuggling to Israel
Troops Welcomed Home as Australia Quits Iraq
Iraq: Kurdish 'Men of the Night' Ply Dangerous Trade With Iran
The War at Home
US Presbyterians Seek Balance on Middle East Peace
Obama May Recruit Defense Chief Robert Gates
NY: Iraq War Protesters Take Their Cause to the Mall
Vermont Law School Is Denied Federal Money Due to Policy Barring Military Recruiters
Texan Helps Document Modern Art Looted From Iraq
US Military
Gay Soldier Murdered in Afghanistan? Military Rules It Was Suicide
Entire Guard Unit Returns Alive After Year in Iraq
Guantánamo's Days Numbered, Tough Choices Ahead
Navy to Keep Guantánamo Base if Prison Closes
'War on Terror'
US Congress Erases Terror Label From Mandela's Name
Brussels to Sign Away Europeans' Private Details to US
Britain to Free LAX Bomb Suspect
Fox Hosts Outraged al-Qaeda Might Watch C-Span
Zimbabwe Says Presidential Runoff Result Delayed
African Officials Wary of Zimbabwe Sanctions Call
Mugabe May Be Sworn in on Sunday
Mugabe Awaits Victory Confirmation After One-Man Poll
Bush Calls for Penalties Against Zimbabwe
Opposition Candidate Defeats Mugabe Minister in By-Election
Foreign Observer Says Zimbabweans Voted in Fear
Zimbabwe State Media Rebuffs Runoff Detractors
Liberation Hero Mugabe Defies the World
Niger Says Rebel Leader Killed in Army Operation
US Backs UN Official in Darfur Indicted in Rwanda Deaths
UN Says Somali Gunmen Release Two of Its Workers, a Swede and a Dane

Witness: Rebel Gunfire, the Music of Chad

Americans Keep Dying
Decorated New Jersey State Trooper Killed in Iraq
Slain Soldier's Widow Due to Give Birth to First Son (PA)
Bomb Kills Navy Medic From Arizona in Afghanistan
Marine Helicopter Pilot (KY) Killed on Security Patrol in Afghanistan
Family, Community Reflect on Happy Memories of Marine (IN) Killed in Afghanistan
Seton Hall University Grad Killed in Iraq (NJ)
Vietnam-Born Army Sergeant (CA) Killed by Roadside Bomb in Iraq
Labelle (FL) Marine Dies in Combat in Afghanistan
Soldier Killed in Iraq Blast to Be Buried in Tucson (AZ)
Clarksville (TN) Soldier Dies From Wounds in Iraq
Greenlawn (NY) Guardsman Killed in Afghanistan Ambush
Soldier Slain in Afghanistan Was 'Man of the House'
Revere (MA) Family Grieves for Son Killed in Afghan War
Family Mourns San Antonio (TX) Marine Killed in Action in Afghanistan
West Pointer From Rockville (MD) Killed by Afghan Bomb
Soldier (CA) Killed in Afghanistan Was to Return Home in Two Weeks
Iran & Threats
Ex-Spy: Israel Has a Year to Stop Iran Bomb
Report: Iran Will Use Oil as Weapon if Attacked
What Could Iran Do if Pushed in Conflict?
The Strait of Hormuz, Iran and the Risk
Iran Military Chief Says Israel Can't Stop Nuclear Program
Iran Revolutionary Guards Chief in New Warning to Israel: Report
'We Could Do It Today': Israel Prepared to Use Force Against Iran
Today in Iran
The Other Contest: Who Will Be Iran’s Next President?
Iran Tries Man Accused of Spying for Israel
Iran Opposition Group: US Terror Listing Unjust
Iran Journalists Union to Resist Government Pressure
Iranian Journalist: 11 Years Sentence for Supporting Human Rights
Hamas Leader Pledges to Arrest Truce Breachers, Some Gunmen Already Detained
Israel, Palestinians Trade Blame for Truce Violations
Abducted Israeli Soldier's Wife: Sunday's Cabinet Vote May Be Last Chance
'Surviving Hell' Is Reality of Peace for Gaza Civilians
Shin Bet Agrees to Free Prisoners 'With Blood on Their Hands' for Shalit
Officials: Israel to Renew Food Deliveries to Gaza
US Proposes New Mideast Talks: Palestinian Official
Gaza Clan Chief Holds Onto Johnston
McCain Tops Obama for Israeli Vote
Bomb Kills 1, Wounds 28 in Northern Lebanon
'Buns and Guns' Fast Food Eatery Opens in Beirut
Middle East
Palestinian President to Hold Talks in Syria
Ankara, Tehran Ganging Up Against Kurdistan Rebels
Yemeni Court Refuses Bail to Top al-Qaeda Militant Wanted by US
Egyptian Police Kill African Man, 7-Year-Old Girl at Israel Border
North Korea
Rice Urges North Korea to Give Up All Nuclear Weapons Despite 'Attachment'
North Korea Saddened by Loss of Reactor Tower
New Jersey Restaurateur Moonlights as Unofficial Diplomat to North Korea
15,000 Protesters Defy Government in Seoul
Afghans Say Fighting Leaves 32 Militants Dead
Afghans Find Body of Ex-President Slain Decades Ago
British Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
Ex-Taliban Fighter Tells of Training From Pakistani Military
Numbers for Impeachment of Musharraf Grow
By-Elections Shake Wobbly Coalition
Pakistan: Laser-Guided Bombs Dropped by US in Mohmand Attack
Four Killed as Swat Remains Tense
Kashmir Paralyzed by Anti-Hindu Protests
Separatist Leader Among Scores Hurt in Mass Kashmir Protests
In a Season of Discontent, Many Protests Sweep India
Unrest in India’s Hill Country
Sri Lanka: New Fighting Kills 43
Philippines: Rallies Call for Resumption of Talks With Moro Rebels

Nepal's Maoists Plan Presidential Poll on Wednesday

Thai Court Nixes Temple Cooperation With Cambodia
China Overturns 15 Percent of Death Sentences
Kosovo Serbs Convene Parliament, Rejecting New State
Russian Officials: 9 Killed in Clashes Between Police and Militants in Dagestan and Chechnya
Russia, Estonia Meeting Fails to Improve Ties
NY Bar Brawl Sparks International Conflict Between Serbia and US
Chavez Says Venezuela Will Not Raise Gas Prices as Matter of Sovereignty
Weekend Reviews
Present at the Destruction
Bush Behind Bars?
Critical Malfunction: Misreading Gore Vidal
Three Reporters Recount the Highs and Lows of Covering the War

Justin Raimondo
Is War Good For the Economy?

Ivan Eland
Can the Air Force Be Reformed?

Doug Bandow
Turning the Recurring Joke of a New European Defense Policy into Reality

Nebojsa Malic
Return of the Reds

Charles Peña
Change We Can Believe In?

Alan Bock
The Media Did Fail Us

David R. Henderson
The Supreme Court Gets One Right

Philip Giraldi
Remaking the Middle East

Praful Bidwai
India-Pakistan Peace Survives, Somehow

Sascha Matuszak
The US and China:
Unsettling Similarities

Ran HaCohen
Israel at Sixty

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