The Revolution Wasn't: Nebojsa Malic
The Triumph of Ideology Over Reality: P. Roberts
In Defense of Lew Rockwell: Joshua Frank
Bush's Foreign Aid Fanaticism: Thomas Eddlem
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Plame: Rove to Testify, May Be Indicted

Officials Brace for Plame Case Decision

'Specific Threat' on NY Subway: Mayor

Franklin Guilty in Israeli Espionage Case

Bush: US to Stay on Offense in Iraq

Senate Rebuffs White House, Limits Torture

UK Blames Iran for Iraq Bombings
Iraqi PM Says Iran Not Interfering in Iraq
21 Killed, Including GI, in Latest Iraq Violence

Cheney Calls Terror Fight Decades-Long

CIA Rejects Discipline for 9/11 Failures

4 Yrs Later, Anthrax Probes Still Have No Answers

The Triumph of Ideology Over Reality  by Paul Craig Roberts
Europe Is Asking Better Questions on Terror  by Rami G. Khouri
Torture Investigation Aims Far Too Low  by Joseph L. Galloway
An Earlier Empire's War on Iraq
by Gary Leupp
Death Squads and Diplomacy
by Robert Dreyfuss
In Defense of Lew Rockwell
by Joshua Frank

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Four Years Into Afghan Campaign, Perils Abound

No More Illusions of a United Iraq

Dutch FM Says Iraq War 'Maybe Not Wise'

Powell Supports 'Controversial' Measure to Ban Torture

Business Groups Want to Limit PATRIOT Act

Bush Plans 'Major Speech' Today on Iraq, Terrorism

Iraq Reverses Changes to Voting Rules

Afghanistan Vote-Counting Completed, Warlords, Ex-Taliban Among Winners

A Spy in the White House: Cheney Staffer Linked to Philippines Coup Plot
The War Goes On
Bombing at Shi'ite Mosque Kills 36

US General: Bloodshed Expected in Iraq

Video Shows Beheading of Two Iraqi Men

Casualties Rise in West Iraq Offensive

Former Saddam Aide Urges More Attacks on Occupiers

Infra-Red Bombs in Iraq Based on Tactics Used by Hezbollah

A Delicate Mission – Busting Into Mosque

Security Incidents in Iraq, Oct. 6

Security Incidents in Iraq, Oct. 5

Iraq Today

Bush Says Iraqi Troops Playing Bigger Role

US Army Finally Gives Up Control of Iraqi Palace

Baghdad Districts' Security Handed to Iraq, US Says

Shi'ite-Kurd Feud May See Shift in Iraqi Alliances

Iraq Reverses Changes to Voting Rules That UN Deemed 'Unfair'

30 Saudis Awaiting Trial in Iraq Prisons

Iraq Health Care So Bad That Doctors Want Out

Defense Team Has No Funds for Saddam Trial


Iran Denies British Attacks Link

Exile Group: Iran Places Nuclear Program Under Military Control

Iran 'Not Worried About UN Sanctions'

Iran's Nuclear Negotiator Steps Down

Iran's Tough Nuclear Stance Causes Domestic Jitters

Iran Trains to Stop US-Backed Insurgency


Lebanon Launches Build-Up Along Syrian Border

Britain: Syria Played Role in Hariri Assassination

Kurd Protesters Hurt as Syrian Police Disperse Demo

Middle East

Chill Deepens Between Iran, Saudi Arabia

Saudi King Tiptoes Toward More Openness

As Turkey Reaches Out, Kurdish Politicians Look Back

Pro-Palestinian Kuwait Looks at Easing Up on Israel


Mullah Omar Reported 'Hiding in Afghanistan'

Australians in Secret Afghanistan Clash

Taliban Fighting New War in Afghanistan

Afghan Magazine Editor Arrested for Publishing 'Un-Islamic' Material

Bomb Near Canadian Troop Convoy Wounds at Least One Afghan Civilian

Afghanistan to Welcome Taliban Spokesman's Extradition


Battle Between Nigerian Soldiers, Cops Leaves Three Civilians Dead

UN Blasts Eritrea Helicopter Ban

Gambia Acts to End Senegal Feud

US Military

Pentagon Promises New Investigation Into SoCom Slush Fund

Soldier Reports More Abuses to Senator

Army Widow Pursuing Truth Finds Contradictions

Pentagon Releases Gear Reimbursement Rules

War at Home

Democrats Demand Accountability for Setbacks in Iraq

Issues of War and Free Speech Roil Va. Campus

War on Terror

Spain Jails Ex-Gitmo Inmate

Judge: Islamist Radicals Younger, Tougher Than Ever

Does Britain's New Antiterror Act Go Too Far?

Armchair Jihadists Get the Lowdown Online

Aussie Opposition Calls for Human Rights Bill to Counteract Terror Laws

Australian FM Urges Indonesia to Ban Jemaah Islamiah


Israel Confirms Sharon and Abbas to Meet Next Week

Qureia, PA Cabinet Said Set to Resign Next Week

EU Announces Strategy to Help Build Palestinian State

Hamas Leader Blames US and Israel for Palestinian Infighting

Palestinian Arrested for Trying to Stab Israeli Soldier


US Experts Fear Russia-China Axis

South Korea to Send Nuclear Talks Envoy to US, China

Police Seek Five Suspects in Bali Blasts

General Who Leads an Army That Dare Not Speak Its Name

Tajik Opposition Leader Sent to Prison on Terrorist Charges

Five Soldiers Killed in Southern Thailand

Aura of Fear Pervades Thai Media

South Asia

India, Pakistan Set to Resolve Border Dispute

Ten People Killed, 13 Wounded in Indian Kashmir Violence


Turkey Considers the Price of EU Membership

Ukraine Pursues Closer Ties With EU

Schröder and Merkel Agree to End Deadlock With Coalition Talks


A Gentler Touch With Latin America

Venezuela Moves Reserves Out of US Treasuries

Fears Mount as US Opens New Military Installation in Paraguay

Colombia Starts Panel to Aid War's Victims

Ecuador Ex-Leader Gets Colombia Asylum


Still Contra After All These Years: US Meddling in Nicaragua Again

US Threatens Nicaraguan Businessmen With Financial Ruin if President Is Ousted

US Warns of 'Creeping Coup' in Nicaragua


Our Kurdish Problem

The Revolution Wasn't

Time to Fire Karl Rove and 'Scooter' Libby

Posse Comitatus: Remembering Why

Praful Bidwai
India Ditches Iran and Nonalignment

Ran HaCohen
Stop Your Sobbing

Sascha Matuszak
Free the Diplomats

Joseph Stromberg
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Matthew Barganier
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