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How the Iraqis Will Kick the US Out: Gary Brecher
Another Nail in the NPT Coffin: Gordon Prather
Mohammed Omer's True Israeli Horror Story: Lobe
Talking Isn't Appeasement: Wendy R. Sherman
Attack on Iran Would Destabilize Iraq: P. Cockburn

 
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McCain's Plenary Powers

 Robert Parry

25 Year War Against Journalism

 Gareth Porter

No One to Stop Them Now

 Seymour Hersh

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News
Updated July 5, 2008 - 10:58 PM EDT
Official: Attack on Iran Would Destabilize Iraq
 
  Iraqi Shi'ites Denounce Security Pact With US
  Shi'ite Clergy Want Referendum Over US Troop Presence
  Contractors Oppose Move to End Immunity From Iraqi Law
Strike and We'll Strike You Back, Warns Iran
 
  Iran Responds to World Powers' Nuclear Offer
Afghan Officials Say US Strikes Kill 22 Civilians
 
  US: No Reports of Civilians Hit in Afghan Airstrikes
Poland Rejects US Missile Shield Offer
 
  Panama Says No to US Military Base
McCain Wants Much Larger US Military
Viewpoints
What John McCain Didn't Learn in Vietnam  by Joe Conason
Mohammed Omer's True Israeli Horror Story  by Jim Lobe
How Dare They Rip the Fourth Amendment?  by Joseph L. Galloway
Another Nail in the NPT Coffin
by Gordon Prather
Talking Isn't Appeasement
by Wendy R. Sherman
War Drums Becoming Deafening
by Linda Heard

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Frontline
US Deserter Wins Appeal in Canada
US Studying Poland's Quest for More on Missile Defense
West Condemns Mugabe, Ignores Other Africa Despots
Iraqi MPs Voice Outrage After President Shakes Barak's Hand
Despair Drives Suicide Attacks by Iraqi Women
Gunmen Assassinate Shi'ite Official in Iraq
Secretive Agency Under the Spotlight
Al-Qaeda Expanding Recruitment of Children
 
Israeli-Palestinian Couples
Face Uncertain Future
Today in Iraq
Sadr Faction MP Says Missan Arrest Politically Motivated
Iraqi Govt to Sue al-Jazeera: Says Footage of Police Execution 'Fabricated'
Kurdish Journalist Beaten in Iraq
US Soldiers in Iraq Mark Fourth of July
Hundreds of US Troops in Iraq Re-Enlist for National Day
Friday: 6 Iraqis Killed, 11 Wounded
The War at Home
Report Details Snooping in Celebrity Passport Files
Obama Defends FISA Support, Reminds Critics They Don't Have Any Other Choices in This Election
America Gripped by Story of Love Triangle Amid Bombs of Baghdad
Federal Agent Spied on Rally
Ex-Congressman at Center of Arms Deals Between Russia, Libya, Iraqi Army
US Military
A Look at the Kids of Parents Who Go to War
Wounded Iraq Vet Who Helped Others a Likely Suicide
'The 42-Month Guy' Awaits Next Tour of Duty in Iraq
Federal Judge Orders Two Marines Released From Jail
Guantánamo
White House Debates the Future of Guantánamo
Report: US Eyes Plan to Empty Guantánamo Prison
Belarus
Belarus Bomb Explosion Injures 50
Blast Shatters Belarus' Peaceful Façade
Russia/Georgia
Russia Accuses Georgia of Open Aggression
2 Killed in South Ossetia
Europe
Cyprus Ratifies EU Pact Over Ruling Party's Objections
Bosnian War Crimes Sentence Blocked
Italian Government's 'Mussolini Methods' Anger Human Rights Groups
Zimbabwe
Mugabe Warns Neighbors Against Provoking Zimbabwe
Inside Mugabe's Violent Crackdown
Mugabe Says Opposition Must Drop Claim to Power
Zimbabwe Opposition Says 103 Killed, 1,500 Arrested
Somalia
State TV: Ethiopia, Somali Forces Kill 71 Insurgents
Somali Islamists Arrest Gangs in South
Uganda
Uganda Soldier Kills Six, Wounds Eight in Disco Argument
Children in Northern Uganda Not Necessarily Rebels, Minister Warns
DR Congo
Congo Court Orders Release of Rebel Leader
Congolese Politician Goes Before International Court
Sudan
A Revival of Tribal Tradition to Help Repair Darfur
Freed Sudan Terror Suspect Angry at Bombers, Britain
Colombia
FARC Leaders Were Paid Millions to Free Hostages: Swiss Radio
Colombia Releases Video of Jungle Rescue
Colombia Hostage Rescue by Deception
Betancourt, in France, Details Her Captivity
Colombians Mull Betancourt Presidency
Bolivia
Bolivia's Rebel Governors Agree to Recall Vote
Weekend Reviews
Garet Garrett: a Prophet in His Time and Ours
The American Way of Spying
Homo Neoconus
What Does China Think?
 
Iran
Iran Hints at Nuclear Talk Progress, but World Still Wary of Possible Conflict
World Powers Incentives Package to Iran
Sanctions Against Iran
Mujahedin al-Khalq: Iran Attacked Diyala Camp
Syria
Syria Says 'Premature' to Talk of Direct Israel Contact
Syria: We're Thwarting Militants Along Iraq Border
French Rule Out Speedy Solution to Shebaa Farms
Syrian Opposition Groups Call for Protests in Paris to Mark Assad's Visit
Turkey Clears Syria Border Mines, Boosts Trade Hopes
Syria Returns Stolen Marble Artifact to Iraq
Israel/Palestine
Israel Reclosure of Crossings Dampens Gazans' Hopes
Hamas Freezes Talks Over 'Non-Respect' of Gaza Truce
Israel to Destroy Attacker's Home
Lebanon
Christian Leader Says Lebanon May Have a Cabinet in 24 Hours
UN Troops in Lebanon Forced to Delete Images of Covert Cables
Hezbollah Report: Missing Israeli Airman Died in Lebanon Over a Decade Ago
Pakistan
Scientist: Pakistan Knew of North Korea Nuke Deal
Detained Pakistani Nuclear Scientist Meets Lawyer
Pakistan Says Its Serious in Fighting Militants
Bomb Blast Kills Young Girl, Wounds 11 in Pakistan
Pakistan Makes Little Headway in Bhutto Investigation
Pakistan's Musharraf Says Army Still Backs Him
Musharraf Denies Planning to Flee Country
Pakistani Forces Lie Low in Taliban Town
Afghanistan
Mullah Abdul Salaam Blames Pakistanis and Iranians for Attacks on British in Afghanistan
Gunmen Kill Eight Police in Southern Afghanistan
UN: Children Suffer More in Afghanistan Than Any Other Country
Fired Kandahar Police Chief Says Canadians Let Him Down
India
Indian Leader Rescues Nuclear Deal With US
Dispute Over Kashmir Shrine Provokes More Killings and Curfew in India
Five Indian Soldiers Die in Fighting in Kashmir
Nepal
Nepal to Seek Extension of UN Mission
Hundreds of Tibetan Exiles Protest in Nepal
Koreas
North Korea Says US, Other Parties Slow on Nuclear Pact
North Korea Says Cooling Tower Blast Was Goodwill Move
South Korea Police Crack Suspected Taliban Drug Ring
China/Taiwan/Tibet
China Warns of Olympics Unrest
China to Use Unmanned Security Drones at Olympics
Business, Pleasure, Benefit in China-Taiwan Thaw
China Moves to Sack Officials Blamed for Riot
Dalai Lama Envoy: China Talks Difficult
Mongolia
Mongolia Opposition Demands Re-Vote in Some Areas
Calm in Mongolia as Emergency Rule Nears End
Mongolian Politicians Come Together to Urge Calm
Asia
Sri Lankan Army Says Rebel Base Seized
Court Sentences Myanmar Protesters to Jail
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
7/04/2008
Who Planned the Anthrax Attacks?

Doug Bandow
7/04/2008
What Does China Think?

Nebojsa Malic
7/03/2008
Being Walter Duranty

Praful Bidwai
7/02/2008
India's Singh Pushes for Nuclear Deal

Philip Giraldi
7/01/2008
Neocons Stay on Message

Alan Bock
6/30/2008
Making Progress, Without Uncle Sam

Ivan Eland
6/28/2008
Can the Air Force Be Reformed?

Charles Peña
6/25/2008
Change We Can Believe In?

David R. Henderson
6/19/2008
The Supreme Court Gets One Right

Sascha Matuszak
6/09/2008
The US and China:
Unsettling Similarities

Ran HaCohen
5/14/2008
Israel at Sixty

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