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A Less Super Superpower: Engelhardt/Schell
Bush Keeps Fueling the Fire: Scott Horton
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Get Real, America: Leon Hadar

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Updated March 3, 2005 - 9:39 PM EST
US Troop Deaths in Iraq Top 1,500

Bush: World United Against Syria

Iraq Coalition Talks Falter

House GOP to Add Defense Funds, Cut Aid

Abizaid: Iran Nukes Invite Attack by 'Regional Power'

Poll: 25% of Americans Would Nuke Terrorists

Car Bombs Near Iraqi Interior Ministry Kill 6, Wound 7

US Journalist: Uday Was Poised to Topple Saddam

10 Ways to Protect Your Child From the ASVAB by Dr. Teresa Whitehurst
A Less Super Superpower
by Tom Engelhardt and Jonathan Schell
Struggling With Our Own Inhumanity: The Price of Torture
by Uwe Jacobs
Bush Keeps Fueling the Fire
by Scott Horton
Get Real, America by Leon Hadar
Bush's Self-Made Nuclear Dilemma
by Amitabh Pal

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Optimism From Abizaid: Iraq Like Revolutionary America

Statement of Sibel Edmonds to House Panel

Bail Denied in 'Rendition' Terror Case

Newsweek: Syria Initially Arrested Saddam Brother in Beirut

Iraqi TV Targets Insurgents

48 Vermont Towns Vote Against Iraq War, Call for Guard to Come Home
Occupying Iraq

Poland to Discuss Reshaping Force in Iraq

How to Survive in Iraq

After Temporary Gains, Marines Leave Iraqi Cities


Report: 400 Turks Fighting US in Iraq

Abizaid: Too Few Iraq Insurgents to Stop Vote

Sources: Iraqi Scholars Broker Peace Deal Between Insurgents, US

Iraq Today

Iraqi Police on Strike in Tikrit, Demanding Release of Police Chief by US

Assassinations in Iraq Over the Last Year

Jaafari Negotiating for Kurds' Support

US Forces Hand Over Security to Iraqi Army in Baghdad

Attacks Continue

Suicide Bombers Kill 13 Iraqi Army Soldiers

Gas Pipeline Hit in Kirkuk, Two Bodies of Iraqi Contractors Found

Judge, Lawyer for Saddam Trial Assassinated in Baghdad

Murder of Iraqi Judge and Son Seen as a Warning From Rebels

Centcom Chief Says US 'Doing All It Can' to Stop Attacks on Iraqi Trainees

Angry Iraqis Demand Resignations After Massive Hilla Bombing

Basra Explosion Wounds Two British Troops, Three Civilians

Iraqi Politics

Iraq's Parliament Set to Open

Kurds Make Firm Demands for Top Posts in Iraq

Interview With Vice President of Iraq, Ibrahim al-Jaafari

Iraqi Shi'ite Party Head Optimistic on Political Talks


Beirut Protests Leave Hezbollah With a Dilemma

Lebanon MPs Demand Syria Pullout

Syria Rethinking Lebanon Policy

Lebanese Officials Struggle to Avoid 'Power Vacuum'

Small Demonstrations Continue in Lebanon

Ganging Up on Syria

French Media Blames Syrian for Journalist's Iraq Abduction

Blair: Syria Must Comply With International Demands

US, France Ratchet Up Pressure on Syria


Mideast Change: Is It Real or for Show?

Democracy Dawning in the Arab World?


Iran Says It Fears Leaked Nuclear Information

Bush, Advisors Weigh Iran Initiative

US: UN Must Report Iran Breaches

Iran Feels Rising Heat on Nuclear Delays

Iran Stands Its Ground on UN Inspections

EU Joins US in Criticizing Iran

Iran: US Doesn't Have Capacity to Attack Us


New Nepal Rebels Brutalize Old Friends

US: Nepalese King's Power Grab Likely 'Emboldened' Maoists

US Faces Dilemma Over Nepal Security Aid


US Aide Sees 'Internal Strains' Tugging at China

US Insists on Arms Ban for China

China to Announce Double-Digit Growth in Defense Budget

Report: Hong Kong's Leader Plans to Resign


EU to Croatia: Arrest War Crimes Suspect or No EU Membership...

...but Croatia Insists 'He's Not Here!'

Bosnian Serb Denies War Charges


Japan Implements Veiled Sanctions Against North Korea

Seoul Searching for Japanese War Apology

In Other News

Azerbaijan Journalist Shot Dead

France Eclipses US as Haven for Refugees

Trouble Recruiting

Marine Corps Considering $5,000 Bump in Bonuses for Enlisted Troops

US Marines, Amid Iraq War, Miss Recruiting Goals

Marine Corps to Add More Recruiters Over Next Two Years

United States

CACI Gets $2.8 Million Contract From New Jersey

Halliburton Bribery Investigation Expands

Satellite Watchers Worried About Air Force Restrictions

Colorado Prof Defends 9/11-Nazi Link

Hollywood Goes to War

Supreme Court: Cold War Spies Cannot Sue CIA

Senate Bill Eases Bankruptcy Rules for Military

Navy Seal Officer Reprimanded Over Abuse of Iraqi

Making Friends

Venezuela Scoffs at US Criticism of Human Rights Record

China to Issue Human Rights Record of the United States

China 'Very Dissatisfied' With US Rights Report

Thailand Slams US Human Rights Report

North Korea Calls for US Apology on Rice's 'Outpost' Remark

Russia Says US Rights Report Was Biased


US: Brit Tried to Set Up Terror Camp in Arizona

Texas Man Indicted Over bin Laden Hunt

Michigan Man Pleads Guilty to Aiding Hezbollah

Report: Madrid Train Bombers Also Targeted New York

Pakistan: War on Terror Hurting War on Heroin

Police Defuse Three Bombs at Philippine Mall


Palestinians Recoiling From Suicide Bombs

Israel Resumes Top Level Talks With PA

Abbas Optimistic About Israeli Peace Deal

Israel Says Future Bleak Unless PA Crushes Militants

Abbas Wants State 'as Soon as Possible'

Islamic Ruling Allows Bedouin Soldiers to Return Fire in Settlement Evacuation

Peres: Gaza Economy Will Improve After Pullout

Sharon Confident on Gaza Pullout

Israeli Talks of Why He Refused Army Service

Israel Decides Not to Bulldoze Half of Rafah and Build a 'Security Moat'

Russia and Her Neighbors

Russia Working on 'Defense-Proof' Nukes

Rebels Attack Police Station in Chechnya

Russia Likely to Build More Reactors in Iran

Ukrainian Authorities Seize Container of Uranium

Putin Capitalism: A Threat to Russia's Future?

Killers of Ukrainian Journalist Arrested

Moldovan President: Russians Conspiring Against Me

Target: Somalia
UN: Arms Embargo Against Somalis Must Be Tightened so Invaders Can Take Control

Ethiopia Still Willing to Invade Somalia if Asked

United Kingdom

Rights Group: UK Terrorism Bill Undermines Human Rights

Blair Rejects Sunset Clause for House Arrest Bill

UK Terror Bill: Taking Liberties

British Police Arrest Irish Antiwar Protesters

British Muslims Oppose Sending Terror Suspect to US


Afghan Opium Sector Booming

NATO Troops Arrive in Herat

First Female Afghan Governor Named

Four 'Ranking' Taliban Members Arrested


UN Troops in Congo Were Tortured

UN General: Congo Massacre of 50 Was 'Proportionate Reaction' to Ambush

Rights Group: Darfur Attacks Led by Govt


South America's Pink Tide

Lefty Uruguay President Signs Energy Deal With Venezuela

Drafts Show Riggs Bank's Pursuit of Pinochet


Lebanon's Hollow
'Cedar Revolution'

Consequences of the Hague Inquisition

George W. Bush Fails to Learn from Jimmy Carter's Naive Human Rights Policy

Democracy, a Free Press, and Other Fantasies

Praful Bidwai
India Talks Down to Its Neighbors

Alan Bock
Mending Fences With Russia?

Ilana Mercer
Syria Out Doesn't Mean U.S. In

Joseph Stromberg
An Anti-Imperialist's Reading List: Part Two

Sascha Matuszak
Issues for East Asia: A Sinocentric View

Matthew Barganier
Et Tu, Pat?

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