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Was WWII Worth It?: Pat Buchanan
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Marines Push Toward Syrian Border
'Al-Qaeda #3': The Big Catch That Wasn't?
Series of Blasts Kills 79, Wounds 120 Iraqis
US Forces Search for Patterns in Insurgency
King of Jordan to Pardon Chalabi's $300 Million Swindle
Cessna Flyover Causes White House, Capitol Evacuation
Georgia Reports Attempted Attack on Bush at Rally
In Pointed Message to Putin, Bush Hails Freedom in Georgia
China Rejects Sanctions as Way to Restart Korean Talks
Court Says FBI Must Probe Links to Oklahoma City Bombing
I'm Here for My Bill of Goods
by Scott Horton
US Economic Collapse: The Real Tipping Point?  by Leon Hadar
Bush Should Have Asked His Earthly Father  by Bob Herbert
WWII: An Ethical Blank Check
by Richard Drayton
Was WWII Worth It?  by Pat Buchanan
The Brits' Job Is Done
by Jonathan Steele

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Neocons Exploiting Domestic Unrest in Iran?
Taliban Leader Rejects Amnesty
Eight Civilians Killed in US Air Strikes in E. Afghanistan
Iran to Resume Uranium Enrichment 'Within Days'
Insurgents Kidnap Iraqi Governor, Demand End to Military Offensive
Senate Unanimously OKs New Iraq War Funds
Army Gives Halliburton $72 Million Bonus for Iraq Work
Israel Insists Gaza Pullout Will Occur
With Detention Centers Bursting at the Seams, US Moves to Expand Prison Facilities in Iraq
Today in Iraq
Marines Retrieving Crippled Tank Come Under Insurgent Attack
Pentagon Sees Westward Shift of Iraqi Insurgents
Iraq to Mediate With Rebels Through Sunnis
Iraqi Police Vent Anger at US After Car Bombings
Iraqi Families Looking for Their Sons in the American Secret Prisons
Attacks Continue
Deadly Attacks Continue Amid US Sweep in Iraq
Three More US Marines Killed in Central Iraq
'They Came Here to Die'
Two Car Bombs Hit Baghdad, 9 Killed, 30 Wounded
Saboteurs Hit Oil Facility in North Iraq
Elusive Suicide Bombers Threaten Iraq's Future
Student's Slaying Fills University With Rage
Iraq: Insurgents and Criminals Target Doctors 
Hostage Crises
Japan and Australia Face Iraq Hostage Crises
Japan Vows to Do All It Can for National Believed Kidnapped in Iraq
Japan Won't Pull Troops Over Kidnapping
No Word on Fate of Australian Hostage in Iraq as Deadline Passes
Romanian President Takes Hard Line With Iraqi Kidnappers
The New Iraq
Iraq Parliament Forms New Body to Draft Constitution
Growing Pains Strain Iraq's Fledgling Army
Shi'ite Muslims Join Sunni in Fallujah Cleanup
Iraq: Focus on Child Labor
Global Iraq Fallout
Jordan Court Hearing Turns Into Zarqawi Rally
Italy to Withdraw From Iraq in Early 2006
Danish PM to Meet Bush Next Week to Discuss Iraq
North Korea
North Korea Dismisses Reports of Imminent Nuclear Test as US Propaganda
US Steps Up Pressure on China Over North Korea
Afghan Editor Slams US Practice of Using Warlords
Afghans Protest Reported US Abuse of Koran at Gitmo
Afghan Action Hero Does Battle With the Opium Trade
Taliban Radio Back on the Air
Tribal Leaders Say Balochistan Peace Has Collapsed
'Insensitive' Political Cartoon Draws Pakistani Ire
India Bill Targets Spread of Nuclear Weapons
Nepal Rebels Storm Army Camps as Top US Envoy Visits
US Diplomat Pushes Nepal for Democracy
Nepal Says 37 Maoists Killed
India Resumes Nepal Military Aid
Basing Panel Recommends Against Moving Marines From Okinawa to Guam
Okinawa Mayors Decry Basing Report
Koizumi Makes UN Security Council Pitch on Sidelines of Moscow Event
Japan Court Rules Hiroshima Denied Aid
Myanmar Junta Clamps Down After Yangon Blasts

Filipino Rebels Kill Local Mayor

Unprecedented Demonstration as Uzbeks Protest at Court Ruling
Chen Warns on China 'Interfering'
Maldives 'Cyberdissident' Is Released
Russia & Her Neighbors
Putin Won't Make More Apologies for Stalin
Russia and EU Agree on Breakthrough Partnership Deal
EU: Russia Has Chance to Join WTO in 2006
Majority of Poles Say They Fear Russia
Hardline Parties Strengthen Grip in Northern Ireland Local Elections
Pressure Grows on Blair to Resign as British Leader
Turbulent Times for Social Democrats in Central Europe
EU Leader to Block Wolfowitz Appointment
Darfur Rebels Say They’re Committed to Cease-Fire
Tallying Darfur Terror: Guesswork With a Cause
Somali Warlords Might Merge to Take Control of Mogadishu
Togo Town Stands Deserted After Residents Flee to Benin
Ethiopia: Political Dissent Quashed
Declassified Documents Paint Violent Picture of Cuban Exile Seeking Asylum
US Not Finding Allies Against Venezuela's Chavez
Canada PM Faces Resignation Vote
Haiti Military Convictions Quashed
Uruguay's Left Extends Its Power
Middle East
US Approves Additional $100m in Aid to Jordan
U.A.E. Wants Islands Row on UN Agenda
In Other News
War Photos We Must Never See Again
Trade or Politics? Latin America and Arabs Differ
UN Weighs a Move to Gritty Downtown Brooklyn
Recruitment Crisis
Army, Marines Miss Recruiting Goals Again
Ominously, Army Recruiting Tumbles
Army Recruit Tells of False Promises
Best Resource for GI Conscientious Objectors
Abu Ghraib & Guantanamo
US Orders Probe Into Gitmo Koran Desecration
Behind Failed Abu Ghraib Plea, a Tale of Breakups and Betrayal
England Talks About Iraq Prisoner Abuse After Court Martial Halted
US Military
Pentagon Rejects Slowing Withdrawal From European Bases
Pentagon Asks Congress to Ease Pollution Rules for Military
Ex-Marine Says Nuclear Weapons Stored at Newfoundland Base
Marines Corps Recalls 5,277 Combat Vests
Navy Investigates Carrier Security Breach
California Towns Lobby to Stop Base Closing
Army Tragedies Lead to Weapons Training Reform
Air Force General in Probe Is Nominated for a 2nd Star
Officer Accused of Sending Home Iraq Guns
Kitty Hawk Is 6th Carrier Found With Faulty Welding; Calif. Depot Blamed
Back From Iraq
Stress Treatment for 25 Veterans of Iraq War Is 'Tip of Iceberg'
British Reservists More Vulnerable to War Stress in Iraq
Veterans' Web Sites Expose Pseudo Heroes, Phony Honors
About the Son Killed in Iraq? He Made It Up
Searchers Find Blind, Suicidal Iraq Veteran Alive
Congress Goes to War
Senate Approves 'Real ID' Act
A Look at Iraq, Afghan Spending Bill
War Spending Bill Loaded With Unrelated Items
US Congress Resists 'Bunker Buster'
Court Puts Congressional Oil-for-Food Probe on Hold
Senators Press for Hawaiian Self-Rule
Republicans Confident of Approval for Bolton
Bolton Speech on N. Korea Apparently Was Cleared
The War at Home
Nations Say US Shirks Its Arms Vows
Hans Blix Says Washington's Own Nuclear Moves Lose It Support on Iran, North Korea
Mercy, Activism Sustain Man Who Lost Son in Iraq
War's Toll in Iowa
Supreme Court Urged to Protect Reporters From Jail Time
How Unfilled Posts Affect US Image Abroad
Antiwar Hoopster Wins NBA's MVP
NY Times Makes Embarrassing Goof in Hackworth Obit
Homeland Security
Feds Seize 1,300 Fake Law Agency Badges
Inspector General Slams Homeland Security Information Network
States May Disobey Driver's License Rules
War on Terror
Officials Say Ethnic Rifts Tearing at Al-Qaeda
Accused Al-Qaeda Member Says He's Moderate
Police Say al-Qaeda Recruiting in Mauritania
Judge Bars Discussion of Mideast Conflict in 'Terror' Trial
US Tries to Staunch Wasteful Flow of Anti-Terror Funds
Bioshield II Marks a First in Bio-Terror Debate
Cracks Emerge in Anti-Syria Opposition as Lebanon Enters Election Period
Aoun Holds 'Special Meeting' With Hezbollah; Two Parties Could Ally for Polls
South American Leaders Attack US Sanctions Against Syria
Syria Gets First Media Watchdog
Defiant Iran Plans Nuclear Revival
Iran Launches Submarine Production
Europeans Braced for Iran Crisis Meeting
Iran: Reports of Ethnic Violence Suppressed
Registration for Iran's Presidential Election Begins
Rafsanjani to Stand Again for Iranian Presidency
Gaza Withdrawal 'Will Not Be Canceled' Regardless of Election Result
Cracks Widen in Israel Over Gaza Pullout Amid Specter of Hamas
Leading Rabbi Against Destruction of Gaza Settler Homes
Palestinians Doubt Israeli Intention to Leave Gaza
US Reaffirms Support for Gaza Pullout
Shadows on Sharon's Gaza Plan
Palestinian Politics
Palestinian Gunmen Join Police Force
Hamas Gains More Clout
Abbas, in S. America, Questions Israel's Belief in Democracy
Israeli Police Shut Two Palestinian Electoral Offices in Jerusalem
Israel Mulls Severe New Immigration Policy
Israel to Strip Bombers of Residency
Egypt Approves Election Law That Critics Say Favors Mubarak
Rights Report Cites US and Egypt on Torture
Diplomat Claims al-Qaeda Has Infiltrated Yemeni Army
Yemen Announces Arrest of 20 Zaidi 'Saboteurs'
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