Highlights
Mumbai Wake-up Call: Frida Berrigan
9 Is Not 11: Arundhati Roy and Tom Engelhardt
Lessons on the Battlefield: Ivan Eland
Economy, Ties with West Key to Iran Polls: Porter
Nuke Umbrellas: Gordon Prather
 
 Justin Raimondo

A New World Order?

 Russell Means

The Independent Republic of Lakota

 Robert Parry

Treason

 Joseph Salerno

The Logic of War-Making

Bush Pelted With Shoes During Baghdad Visit    U.S. Envoy to IAEA Threatens Syria: Cooperate or be Punished    US-Israeli Woman Nearing Retirement Resists Deployment to Afghanistan    Iran Says Has Proof US, UK Back Police-Killer Terror Group    CIA Helped Shoot Down 15 Planes in 'Drug War,' Often Without Warning    Iraqi Families Vent Anger Over Killings    Churchill's Secret Army Lived On    Gates: US Lacks Intelligence to Fight Pirates in Somalia    Three Canadian Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan    Report: Maliki Stalls on a Deal for Britain's Continuing Presence    Donations to Troops Dwindle as War Becomes an Old Story to Many    Ukrainian Troops Go Home; Coalition Numbers Fall Again    Gaza Families Eat Grass as Israel Locks Border    British Army Top Brass Warn Afghanistan Will Be Our Next Northern Ireland    Western Diplomat: Pakistan Blinks in India Standoff    Gates Warns US Enemies Not to Test Obama    Tehran Diplomat Says Nuclear Sanctions Have United Iran    Commander: Some US Troops to Stay in Iraqi Cities Beyond Pullback Deadline    Mumbai Lawyers Refuse to Represent Terror Suspect    Mugabe's Party Raises Threat of Fresh Zimbabwe Polls    Fears of New Ethnic Conflict in Bosnia    North Korea Warns Nuclear Dismantling Might Slow    Pakistan: Fresh Attack on NATO Supply Route    India Pressed to Share Mumbai Evidence With Rival Pakistan    Pakistan Says Indian Warplanes Violated Airspace    War Vet Widows Wrongly Denied Help    Iraqi Mayor Gunned Down in Eastern Mosul    Iraqi PM Dismisses Comment US to Stay 10 Years    Hayden-Obama Briefing Stirs Speculation on CIA Chief    Mumbai Wake-up Call    Lessons on the Battlefield Need to Be Learned at a Higher Level    9 Is Not 11    Britain Leaves Iraq in Shame. the US Won't Go So Quietly    
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News
Updated December 14, 2008 - 11:28 PM EST
Gates Warns US Enemies Not to Test Obama
 
  Meeting Stirs Speculation Obama Will Retain Bush's CIA Chief
US Troops to Stay in Iraqi Cities After Deadline
 
  During Surprise Baghdad Visit, Iraqi Reporter Throws Shoes at Bush
  Iraqi PM Dismisses Comment US to Stay 10 Years
  Report: Maliki Stalls on a Deal for Britain's Continuing Presence
  Ukrainian Troops Go Home; Coalition Numbers Fall Again
Pakistan: Fresh Attack on NATO Supply Route
 
  Pakistan Says Indian Warplanes Violated Airspace
  Zardari: No Pakistani Citizens Will Be Handed Over to India
Diplomat Says Sanctions Have United Iran
 
  Iran Says Has Proof US, UK Back Police-Killer Terror Group
US Envoy Threatens Syria: Cooperate or be Punished
Gates: US Lacks Intelligence to Fight Pirates in Somalia
CIA Helped Shoot Down 15 Planes in 'Drug War'
Viewpoints
9 Is Not 11
by Arundhati Roy and Tom Engelhardt
Britain Leaves Iraq in Shame. The US Won't Go So Quietly  by Seumas Milne
Costs of War: Silent Suffering
by Shaun Waterman
Mumbai Wake-up Call  by Frida Berrigan
Nuke Umbrellas  by Gordon Prather
We All Failed Gary Webb  by Robert Parry

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Frontline
US-Israeli Woman Nearing Retirement Resists Deployment to Afghanistan
US Prosecutor: Blackwater Guards May Get Life in Prison
Donations to Troops Dwindle as War Becomes an Old Story to Many
Obama Sending John Kerry to Islamabad
Churchill's Secret Army Lived On
Paul McCartney: I Was the Antiwar Beatle
 
Iraq Occupation
Gates Visits Iraq to Help Prepare for Troop Cuts
Report Spotlights Iraq Rebuilding Blunders
'Hard Lessons: The Iraq Reconstruction Experience'
US Prosecutors in Iraq Blackwater Case Meet Victims
Iraqi Families Vent Anger Over Killings
US Commander Focuses on Sons of Iraq Transition
Iraqi Councilmember: Brits' Withdrawal Not to Affect Basra
Today in Iraq
Security Forces Arrest Kurdish Party Members for Distributing Leaflets
Iraq Repeats Debt-Cancellation Plea
Arms Cache Found in Downtown Samarra
Attacks Continue
Iraqi Mayor Gunned Down in Eastern Mosul
Senior Iraqi Interior Ministry Official Killed in Baghdad
Iraqi Cop, Soldier Killed in Mosul Attacks
Gunmen Kill 2 Civilians in Tikrit
Turkey Evacuates Iraqis Wounded in Suicide Attack
110 Unidentified Corpses From Recent Attacks Buried in Iraq's Diyala Province
Saturday: 7 Iraqis Killed, 9 Wounded
The War at Home
War Vet Widows Wrongly Denied Help
Satellites Spy on Washington From on High
Video: Air Force's Killer Bugbots Attack
Iran
Iranian Foreign Minister Calls Off Paris Trip After Spat With France
Report: Group Attacks Saudi Airline Office in Iran to Protest Saudi Peace Plan
Ahmadinejad: Israel at End of Line, Will Soon Fade Away
Palestine/Israel
Israel Ready to Renew Gaza Truce With Hamas: Official
Livni: Israeli Govt to Rethink Cash Transfers to Gaza
US and Russia Seek UN Council Agreement on Middle East
Gaza Families Eat Grass as Israel Locks Border
Barak: Shalit Is One of the Reasons to Refrain From Launching Gaza Offensive
Rice: Bush Not Done Working on Israeli-Palestinian Issue
Israeli Foreign Minister: Arabs Will Not Be Expelled

Israel: Mortar Shells, Kassams Land in Negev

Middle East
Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia Prevent Journalists From Attending Lebanon Free Press Event
A Wealthy Saudi, Mired in Limbo Over an Accusation of Terrorism
Spain
Spain: How ETA Went to War Over the Environment
A History of Violence in Spain: Five Decades of ETA
Europe
Fears of New Ethnic Conflict in Bosnia
Kasparov Starts New Russian Anti-Kremlin Movement
Italy: Politicians Seek to Limit Telephone Tapping Laws
Americas
Obama Presidency Could Change the Rules on Cuba
Nicaraguans Divided on Arrival of Russian Warships
Colombia War Data 'Unbelievable'
Americans Keep Dying
Texas Soldier Slain in Iraq Returns to His Home Town
Hawaii-Based Soldier From Marshall Islands Killed in Iraq
 
Pakistan
Western Diplomat: Pakistan Blinks in India Standoff
UK Paper: Indian-Born Islamic Militants Are Trained in Pakistan
Pakistan Accuses Indian Leaders of Using It as a Scapegoat
UK Gives Pakistan Aid Package to Increase Afghan Border Security
Pakistan: Police Say Taliban Kill Afghans Believed to Be US Spies
Pakistan PM Sees India Ties Normalizing Over Time
Kashmir
Kashmir Fight Still On, Says Lashkar Group, While Stressing Their Own Independence
Police Fire Bullets Against Kashmir Protesters, Kill 1, Wound 25
India
Mumbai Lawyers Refuse to Represent Terror Suspect
India Pressed to Share Mumbai Evidence With Pakistan
Mumbai Gunman's Confession Sheds Light on Attack
Police: Mumbai Gunman Asks Pakistan for Legal Help
India Heaps Fresh Pressure on Pakistan
Mumbai Police Get Custody of Lashkar Activist
Maoist Rebels Kill Six Villagers Accused of Snitching
Afghanistan
Three Canadian Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan
Sources Say NATO Eyeing Afghan Route That Avoids Pakistan
Child Suicide Bomber Threat to British Troops in Afghanistan
UK Army Top Brass Warn Afghanistan Will Be Next N. Ireland
Seven Killed in Afghan Attacks
British PM Visits UK Troops Near Afghan Front Line
Afghan Parents Keep Children Home
North Korea
North Korea Warns Nuclear Dismantling Might Slow
French Doctor Denies Treating Kim
Philippines
Thousands March Against Arroyo in Manila
Clashes Force Arroyo to Cancel Visit to Southern Province
Thailand
Former Thai PM Supporters Gather for Rally
Thailand Reverts to Old-Style Politics
Asia
Sri Lankan Air Force Bombs Rebels in North, a Day After Killing 10 Near Capital
Japanese, Chinese Leaders Lock Horns Over Territory
Turkmenistan Votes in Sham Election
Film Inspired by Rape of Okinawa Girl by US Troops
Sudan
Thousands Flee After Sudan Clash
Troops to Leave Sudan Oil Flashpoint: Town Official
DR Congo
EU Divided Over Sending Peacekeepers to Back UN in Eastern Congo
Congolese, Rwandan Businessmen Aided Congo Rebels: UN Report
Rwanda Slams UN Report as 'Vendetta'
Zimbabwe
Mugabe's Party Raises Threat of Fresh Zimbabwe Polls
Mugabe a Past Master of Holding on to Power
Missing Activist Was 'Collecting Evidence' on Mugabe Crimes
Africa
Future UN Force in Chad Whittled Down to 4,900
Mauritania Junta Says to Free Ousted President
Somalia
US Will Push UN for Somalia Mission
Crewmen of Freed Tanker Feared Dead
Indian Navy Arrests 23 Somali, Yemeni Pirates in Gulf of Aden
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
12/12/2008
Obama, Iraq, and the Cyprus Solution

Ivan Eland
12/13/2008
Lessons on the Battlefield Need to Be Learned at a Higher Level

Doug Bandow
12/12/2008
Force: The Real 'F' Word

Alan Bock
12/08/2008
Mumbai and Obama

Nebojsa Malic
12/04/2008
Triumph of Tragedy

Charles Peńa
12/03/2008
More Security, Less Secure

Philip Giraldi
12/02/2008
Get Out Now,
or Get Out Later

David R. Henderson
11/11/2008
A Veterans Day Tribute

Sascha Matuszak
11/10/2008
Business Over Bluster

Ran HaCohen
11/07/2008
Black Israeli Voices on Obama's Victory

Praful Bidwai
9/05/2008
Lawmaker's Disclosure May Torpedo Nuke Deal

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