Eric Margolis

Crisis in Pakistan

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War is Bad for the Economy

 Ray McGovern

Israel Lobby Wins Again

 Doug Bandow

Don't Fear China

Zardari Condemns Public Protests as Undemocratic    Afghan Govt Says Coalition Operation Kills 5 Civilians    Sudan Says Aid Workers Still Being Held    Cuba, Venezuela Could Host Russian Bombers    US Citizen Critically Injured After Being Shot in the Head by Israeli Forces at West Bank Demo    Media Bans and Reconciliation Talks: Which Way Is Pakistan Going?    Obama Administration Abandons Enemy Combatant Label, Invents New Rationale    Obama Vows US Military Will Remain World's Strongest    China Slams Disproportionate US Naval Response in South China Sea    In the Mideast, Even Mixed Signals Mark a Policy Shift     Freeman Affair Puts Israel Lobby in Spotlight    Obama Administration Insists It's Neutral in Salvador Poll    Inter-American Relations Roiled    Army Defends Costly Weapons Program    Recession-Hit Americans 'A Little Sick' of Iraq After 6 Years    Shoe-Thrower Fans Unite Online    IDF Chief Heads to Washington to Stress Iran Dangers to US    Obama Justice Dept. Defends Rumsfeld in Torture Case    Japan Warns It May Shoot Down North Korean Rocket    The Mysterious Case of Mohamed Al-Dainy    An Alternative to War in Afghanistan    US Facing Home-Grown Islamic Terror Threat    US Concern Grows for Pakistan    Guantánamo Inmates No Longer Called 'Enemy Combatants'    Azerbaijan: Moscow Arming Armenia    Pakistani General in 'Very Tough Spot', Says Mullen    Obama’s Budget: Where’s the Peace Dividend?    Pakistan Complains of 'Alienation' From US Drone Strikes    UN Says Security in Afghanistan May Worsen in 2009    WINEP Instructs Our President    Hypocrisy in Government    Israel Lobby Knocks Out Freeman    Advocates Worry Obama Easing Human Rights Stand    Iran to Respond if US Policy Shift Proves Genuine    The Global Impact of US 'War on Terror' Abuses    Israel's Netanyahu, Livni Explore Unity Bid, Reports    Iraqi Leaders Cite Security Problems    Pakistan Orders TV News Channel Silenced    US Drone Strike Kills at Least 24 in Kurram    Guantánamo's Faceless Victims    
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Obama Outlines New Rationale to Hold Detainees

Guantánamo Inmates No Longer Called 'Enemy Combatants'

  Obama Justice Dept. Defends Rumsfeld in Torture Case
Obama: US Military Will Stay World's Strongest
  Recession-Hit Americans 'A Little Sick' of Iraq After 6 Years
  Obama’s Budget: Where’s the Peace Dividend?
Zardari Slams Pakistan Protests 'Undemocratic'
  Will Pakistan Crisis Escalate?
  Pakistani General in 'Very Tough Spot,' Says Mullen
  Pakistan Complains of 'Alienation' From US Drone Strikes
  Govt Orders Pakistan TV News Channel Silenced
Freeman Affair Puts Israel Lobby in Spotlight
  IDF Chief Heads to Washington to Stress Iran Dangers to US
  In the Mideast, Even Mixed Signals Mark a Policy Shift
Cuba, Venezuela Could Host Russian Bombers
Afghan Govt Says Coalition Op Kills 5 Civilians
China Slams US Naval Response in S. China Sea
The Global Impact of US 'War on Terror' Abuses  by Joanne Mariner
Israel Lobby Knocks Out Freeman
by Melvin A. Goodman
Blackwater's New Frontier: Their Own Private Africa  by Bruce Falconer and Daniel Schulman
Bridge to Tehran
by Mohammad Hassan Khani
WINEP Instructs Our President
by Gordon Prather
Guantánamo's Faceless Victims
by Karen Greenberg

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US Drone Strike Kills at Least 24 in Pakistan
US Concern Grows for Pakistan
The Mysterious Case of Mohamed al-Dainy
US Facing Home-Grown Islamic Terror Threat
Advocates Worry Obama Easing Human Rights Stand
Shoe-Thrower Fans Unite Online
Azerbaijan: Moscow Arming Armenia
Obama Admin. Insists It's Neutral in Salvador Poll
Inter-American Relations Roiled
Turkish Trip Intensifies Dilemma for Obama
Iraqi Clerics Call for Shoe Thrower's Release
Turkey Says Attacks Kurd Rebel Targets in Northern Iraq
Iraqi Leaders Cite Security Problems
Iraq's President Talabani Plans Retirement
Iraqi PM Says Nation Is United Against Terrorism
Saturday: 1 US Sailor, 6 Iraqis Killed; 8 Iraqis Wounded
The War at Home
No Release for CBS Tapes of Marine in Iraqi Deaths
White House Defends Pick for Iraq Ambassador
Taking a Chance on War Films
US Arms Trader Pleads Guilty to Iran Sales
Post-9/11 Reforms Don't Stop Passport Fakery
US Military
Army Defends Costly Weapons Program
Pentagon Plans 'Spy' Blimp
Pentagon Opposes Dual Tanker Deal
Some Fear Navy Sonar May Harm Florida's Right Whales
Iran to Respond if US Policy Shift Proves Genuine
Iran's Ahmadinejad Dubs Sanctions 'Childish'
US and Iran Can Learn From Wrestling, Coach Says
Iran Dismisses Sanctions, Launches Gas Project
Iran's Ebadi Says Aide Freed on Bail
Israel's Netanyahu, Livni Explore Unity Bid: Reports
Olmert, in His Final Days in Office, Faces Key Choice on Captive Israeli
Israeli Town Copes With Return of Near Daily Rockets
Nine Nations Agree Plan to Combat Arms Flow to Gaza
Hamas, Fatah Still at Odds Over Israel Attitude
Israeli and Palestinian Groups Accept Rights Medal
Lebanese Embassy to Open in Syria Next Week
Cluster Bomb Wounds Lebanese Citizen in South Lebanon
Nasrallah: We'll Never Be Able to Recognize Israel
Sudan Says Aid Workers Still Being Held
Doctors Without Borders Exit Darfur
Rebels Threaten to Use Tanks in Madagascar
Rwandan Leader Says Rebels in Congo Severely Weakened
Pakistan Information Minister Quits Amid Crisis
Zardari: Banned TV News Channel Should Stop Covering Lawyers Protests
Pakistan's Main Opposition Boss Opens Door for Reconciliation
Top Opposition MP: Zardari Offered Us Punjab Govt, Ending Ban on Sharifs
India Hands Pakistan More Mumbai Attack Details
Pakistan's Faceoff Echoes Crackdown by Musharraf
Taliban Kill Two in Orakzai, Behead Three in Bajaur
UN Says Security in Afghanistan May Worsen in 2009
Iran Open to Multilateral Afghan Talks: Official
UN Mission in Afghanistan Needs Another 12 Months, Ban Says
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Says Kills 32 Rebels in Heavy Combat
What Is Fate of Civilians Trapped in Sri Lanka' War?
On a Ballfield in Sri Lanka, Healing the Wounds of War
UN Warns of Possible War Crimes in Sri Lanka
Japan Warns It May Shoot Down North Korean Rocket
South Korea Warns North of Fresh UN Action on Missile
What Is Behind North Korea's Planned Rocket Launch?
North Korea's Taepodong-2 Long-Range Missile
China Says Willing to Meet Dalai Lama's Envoys
China Defends Tibet Policies Ahead of Riot Date
US in Deal to Refurbish Aircraft for Taiwan
Two Chinese Dissidents Freed After Years in Prison
Obama, Arroyo Back Controversial Defense Treaty
Critic of Kyrgyzstan's Leader Believed Killed
Three Soldiers Killed in Southern Thailand Ambush
Russian Air Force Withdraws 90 Faulty MiGs
Activists Accuse Russia of Mistreating Muslims
Russia Region Tries New Tactics to Quell Insurgency
Georgian Protesters Demand Saakashvili Resign
Belfast Chooses Peace in Face of Renewed Terror
Kosovo Appeals Court Clears Albanian in Bus Bombing
Dutch Police Free Seven After Probing Terror Tip

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A Convenient Scapegoat

Alan Bock
Resignation Setting In?

Nebojsa Malic
Tinker, Traitor, Soldier, Spy

Charles Peña
Conflicting Visions of Security

David R. Henderson
Peacemaking at a Raiders' Game

Ran HaCohen
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