Poll: War Bad for Business: Jim Lobe
Train of Abuses: Nebojsa Malic
Conduct Unbecoming: Paul Craig Roberts
Why Arab Leaders Love the Iraqi Election: Aaron Glantz

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Updated December 30, 2004 - 11:22 PM EST
US Bombs, Battles Mosul Militants
New Offensive Launched South of Baghdad
Poll: War Bad for Business
Ukraine Court Rejects Yanukovich's Election Complaints
Pentagon Offers $60 Billion in Cuts Over 6 Years
CIA Deputy for Analysis Is Being Removed
Conduct Unbecoming
by Paul Craig Roberts
Palestine: Elections Without Democracy  by Sam Bahour and Todd May
Blowback in Britain: How Iraq Tore the UK Apart  by Hannah K. Strange
Treason's Greetings!  by Greg Mitchell
America's Maginot Minds
by Georgie Anne Geyer
Who's Whipping Up Iran Hysteria?
by Wael al-Assad

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Calm Is Broken in Hussein's Hometown
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Getting an Education in Jihad
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Attacks Continue
Flight Taking Soldiers Home From Iraq Hit by Ground Fire
Turkish Truck Driver Killed in Northern Baghdad
US: Attempted Attacks Against Iraqi Police Were Thwarted
Two Lebanese Kidnapped in Iraq
Iraq Occupation
Spray Paint Becomes a 'Weapon' in Iraq
Troops Battle With Words
US Forces Detain Zarqawi-Linked Militant in Iraq
Tim Spicer, British Mercenary in Iraq
Global Iraq Fallout
Iraqi Food Funds Sent to Lebanese Banks
Russian Humanitarian Aid Arrives in Iraq
North Korea
Talk Swirling of North Korean Regime Collapse
North Korea Claims South Korean Who Worked for US Military Defects
China & Friends
Russia and China Plan War Games
US Rule of Pacific Faces Chinese Challenge
Philippines Troops on High Alert for Terrorists
Terror Case Against Seven Underway in Cambodia
Kyrgyz Opposition Unites to Ensure Free Elections
Christmas Is Still Dangerous in Vietnam
Ivory Coast
US-Based Ad Campaign Blasts French Actions in Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast President Wants Neighbors Sanctioned
Businessmen in Congo Still Waiting for Peace Years After Govt Reestablished
UN Agency Suspends Food Convoys to Darfur
Ugandan Rebels in Crucial Talks
US Armed Forces
Recruiters Focus on 80,000 Goal
Reservist Fighting Deployment Loses His Job
Soldier Fails to Halt 'Stop-Loss' Rule
Buy First, Fly Later
Looking for Cuts, Pentagon Turns to Jet Fighter Program
Marines to Take Over Downtown Toledo for War Games
The War at Home
Dollar Hits New Low vs. Euro
Presbyterian Head: Bush Must Acknowledge Iraq War Was 'Unwise'
Homeland Security
FBI Names 6th Counterterrorism Chief Since 9/11
New Refugee Rules Close US Border
To Avoid Visa Fight, Muslim Cleric to Leave
War on Terror
In Europe, Islam Fills Marxism's Old Shoes
Lawyer Accused of Plotting With Militant Muslim Client
ETA Attacks Cost Spain Billions
Ukraine's Opposition Reinstates Blockade
Ukrainian Cabinet Cancels Meeting After Yanukovich Banned
Russia Says 'Nyet' to Ukraine Election Results
Palestinian Race Gathers Momentum
Abbas Urges Israel to Tear Down Barrier
Peace? West Bank Mayor Has Other Worries
Three Palestinians Killed as Israeli Tanks Roll Into Gaza Town
Saudi Arabia
Suicide Bomber Behind Riyadh Explosions
Oil Price Jumps After Riyadh Car Bombs
UK Treasury Froze Critic's Assets 'to Aid Saudi Arabia'
Another Police Shootout Kills Another Militant in Riyadh
Middle East
Iran Reformists Name Presidential Candidate
Syria's Media Gain Some Freedoms
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