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Letting in the Draft? Schwartz/Engelhardt
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Iraq OKs Cabinet But Disputes Continue

Chalabi Takes Over Iraq Oil Ministry
Terror Threat to US 'Significant'

Rumsfeld Defends Iraq Force Size

Bolton Panel Widens Inquiry

Aussie Brigadier: There Is No War on Terrorism

National Security Employees Form Whistleblowers Coalition

Letting in the Draft?
by Michael Schwartz and Tom Engelhardt
Exploring the Mideast Conflict With an Open Heart   by Michael Austin
David Horowitz's War on Rational Discourse   by Graham Larkin
They Shoot Journalists, Don't They?
by Pepe Escobar

Needed: A Consistent China Policy
by Leon Hadar

No Accountability for Abu Ghraib
San Francisco Chronicle

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Iraq's New Cabinet

Militants Claim to Kill Six Sudanese Hostages in Iraq

Israelis Resist the Arabs in Their Midst

No Actual Evidence Syria Got Iraqi WMDs, but CIA Urges Investigation Anyhow

Bush Taken to Bunker After Airspace Scare

Marine Hung 'Death Sign' by Iraqis He Shot in the Back

Talabani Fears Ba'ath Military

Militants Kill Iraqi Lawmaker in Her Home


Blair: I Never Lie

Iraq Today

Authorities Arrest Five Journalists in Past Two Weeks

Iraqi Army Unit Takes Control of a Rebel Stronghold

Iraq: Doctors Warn of Increasing Deformities in Newborn Babies

Global Iraq Fallout

Italians Infuriated by Reports on Killing of Agent in Iraq

Sgrena Blasts US Cover Up, Calls for US and Italy to Leave Iraq

Iraqi Politics

87 Days Later: New Government Still 'Imminent' in Iraq

Iraq PM's Cabinet List Faces Revision

Zarqawi Attack on Inspector Cut Short the Hunt for WMD

US May Sell Bunker Buster Bombs to Israel

Settlers Vow to Stop Gaza Blockade 'At Any Cost'

Ultra-Orthodox Protesters Clash With Police in Jerusalem

Throngs Protest Israeli Plans to Withdraw From Gaza

Israel Won't Extradite Oligarchs to Russia

One Third of Palestinians Unemployed


Cheers, Fears as Syria Exits Lebanon

Syrian Pullout Opens New Chapter

Lebanon Rejects 'Militia' Label for Hezbollah

Lebanese Cabinet Wins Parliament Vote

Middle East

Qatar Draws Up Plan to Sell Off al-Jazeera

Al-Jazeera Is Going Global

Saudi Official Says Saudi Terrorists Are Drug Addicts

Putin Calls for Mideast Summit in Moscow

South Asia

Musharraf: Kashmir Is Key to Ties With India

EU Decides to Quadruple Aid to Pakistan

India Pleads Case for UN Security Council Seat With Annan

India to Hold Major War Games Near Pakistan Border

India's Arms Purchase Hits a Roadblock

Nepal's Former PM Arrested

India Condemns Arrest of Nepal's Sacked PM


Ex-Afghan Rights Chief Attacks US

US Soldier, Four Afghan Police Killed in Ambushes


US Envoy Concerned Over Possible North Korean Nuke Test

Vietnam: Thirty Years On

7,000 Prisoners to Be Released in Vietnam

Taiwan Opposition Chief Back in the Old Country

China, Philippines Sign Trade Deals

Two Killed in Myanmar Bomb Blast

In Other News

Atom Bomb Creator-Turned-Detractor Dies at 89

Actress' 9/11 Comments Spark Outcry

Battle of Bolton

Battle on Bolton Nomination Could Damage Bush

Lugar Predicts Bolton's Approval

White House Firm on Bolton Despite Inquiry

US Military

Protesters Target US Army Recruiters at University

A Network of Translators Works to Uncover the Secrets of Terrorists Worldwide

Sending a Second Son to War

Support for New GI Bill Growing

Army, in New Manual, Limiting Tactics in Interrogation

US Buys Weapons From Indicted Company

Prison Scandals

Rights Group: Abu Ghraib Abuses 'Tip of Iceberg'

Amnesty Blasts Failure to Probe Abu Ghraib

Abu Ghraib Prisoner Seeks Justice One Year After Scandal

PBS Visits Guantanamo Prison

United States

'Conservative' Bush Wants Govt to Produce Energy

British Businessman Convicted in US Weapons Case


Al-Qaeda Suspect Tells Spanish Court He Was a Tourist

Briton Convicted of Trying to Sell Arms to Terrorist Group

Records Show Man in LAX Plot Gave US Key Terrorist Details

Judges Doubt DC Right to Ban Hazmat

Terror Suspect in Germany Demands US Testimony

United Kingdom: War Row

For the First Time, the UK's Legal Advice on War

UK AG Had 'Serious Reservations' on War

War Ghosts Return to Haunt Tainted Blair

Disclosure of Legal Opinion on War Could Hurt Blair at Polls

United Nations

Annan Clarifies Stance on Report

Did Annan Restrict Access to UN Papers?

US Alone in Fight to Oust ElBaradei

India Presses Claim for Secuirty Council Seat


NATO Poised for First African Engagement in Darfur

First UN Troops Arrive in Sudan

Freelance Photographer Who Covered Darfur Detained in Sudan


Togo Election Loser Declares Himself President

Togo Election Riots Spark Fears of Civil War

Togo Election Violence Leaves 11 Dead


Liberian Rebel Runs for President

Exiled Eq. Guinea Coup Leader 'Living in Fear in Croatia'


Top Generals Sacked in Colombia

Rice Urges Brazil to Promote Democracy

US Faces Increasingly Left-Leaning Latin America

Europe Questions Spanish Arms Sales to Venezuela


In Defense of Marla Ruzicka

Whitewashing the Holocaust

Evidence that the US May Be Losing the Global War on Terror

Yes, Some People Do Push Back

Praful Bidwai
India, Pakistan Take a Big Stride Forward

Sascha Matuszak
Laowai and Zibenren

Alan Bock
Is Iran Next?

Ran HaCohen
Democracy, a Free Press, and Other Fantasies

Joseph Stromberg
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Matthew Barganier
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