Today's Highlights

A Fractured Antiwar Movement: John Walsh
A Loyal Opposition Can't Stop the War: J. Scahill
Unforgivable: Charley Reese
Woodward's Revelation: Vega/Engelhardt
More Wheels Spin Off Iraq Policy: Jim Lobe

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Updated November 20, 2005 - 11:27 PM EST
Iraq Debate Eclipses All Other Issues
Sharon to Quit Likud, Run on New Party
Israeli Labor Party Votes to Leave Government
Britain Launches Purge of Iraq Police
Iraq Police Waging Secret War of Vengeance
Pentagon Plan: Begin Withdrawals Within a Month
US Majority Wants Troops Out of Iraq Within Year
UK Troops Trained to Use Phosphorus Weapons in Combat
Dirty War: Torture and Mutilation Used on Iraqi 'Insurgents'
UK-Trained Police Tortured Iraqis to Death With Drills
Hadley Named as Woodward's Source
Pentagon Probes 'Inappropriate' Intel Ops by Feith's Office
This War Cannot Be Stopped By a Loyal Opposition  by Jeremy Scahill
Unforgivable  by Charley Reese
Woodward's Revelation: Bombshell or Smokescreen?  by Elizabeth de la Vega and Tom Engelhardt
Our Monsters in Iraq  by Robert Dreyfuss
Keeping Secrets in Jordan
by William M. Arkin
Without Discrimination
by Gordon Prather

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I Watched US Use 'Shake and Bake'
Halliburton Case Is Referred to Justice Department
Rice Says She Wasn't Woodward's Leak Source
Big Names Back Libby
Iraq Bombs Kill 51 Iraqis, 6 US Soldiers
More Wheels Spin Off Iraq Policy
US Aide Accused of Graft in Iraq Had a Shadowy Past

Waging War on Iraq Brought Terror to UK, Says Expert

Bush Says South Korea Drawdown to Help War on Terrorism
Nearly 100 Die in Attacks on Iraq Mosques, Hotel
Iraqis Torturing Iraqis
Secret Death Squads Feared Among Iraq's Commandos
Torture Relatives Vow Revenge
Iraqi Rally Hears of Sunni Torture Allegations
Sunnis Skeptical of US Detainee Efforts
UN: Int'l Probe into Torture in Iraqi Prison Urgent
Iraq Occupation
US, Iraqis Raid Building in Mosul; 8 Insurgents, 4 Iraqi Police Killed
British Troops Killed Three in Baghdad 'Shoot-To-Kill' Operation
Pentagon to Raise Importance of 'Stability' Efforts in War
Iraqi "Reconciliation' Meeting
Treason Charge Disrupts Iraq Reconciliation Talks
Iraqi Conference Resumes After Walkout
Arab League Says Breakthroughs Not Expected at Iraqi Reconciliation Conference
Arab League Chief Calls for Iraq Aid
Attacks Continue
Sectarian Hatred Pulls Apart Iraq's Mixed Towns
Blasts Also Shattered Illusions
Security Incidents in Iraq, Nov. 20
Security Incidents in Iraq, Nov. 19
Global Iraq Fallout
US: Seoul's Troop Reduction From Iraq Not Official
Iran Condemns Shi'ite Mosque Bombings in Iraq
Global Iraq Fallout
Final Salute
Oviedo (FL) Soldier's Death Stuns Family
Patterson (CA) Suffers First Casualty
Former Ohio State Wrestler Killed in Iraq
Indiana Marine Killed in Iraq
Army Soldier From Morris (IL) Killed in Iraq
Marine's (VA) Death Particularly Tough for Students and Staff
Two Local Soldiers (FL) Dead in Iraq
Marine (OK) Lived, Died for Corps
Haverhill (MA) Marine Killed in Iraq Blast
Guatemala-Born Marine (OH) Killed in Iraq
Brownsville-Born Marine (TX) Killed in Iraq
Nixon (TX) Native Dies in Combat
Former Brandon (FL) Resident Killed in Iraq
NJ Soldier's Death Stuns Family
Freedom (PA) Soldier Remembered as Happy, Friendly and Well Liked
Soldier From Waukegan (IL) Killed in Afghanistan
Soldier From Brockton (MA) Dies in Iraq
Inola (OK) Mourns Soldier Killed in Iraq
Marine (CA) Wanted a Military Career
Afghan Posting 'Too Dangerous' for Dutch Army
US Aid to Afghanistan: Shoddy Materials, Wasteful Spending
Report: 28 Taliban, Other Militants Surrender
India, Pakistan Open Militarized Border
Kashmir Resolution Could Be India's Quake 'Donation': Musharraf
Polling Ends Peacefully in Lawless Indian State
Sri Lanka
New Sri Lanka Leader Offers Talks
Tamil Tigers Criticized as Election Hit by Violence
War Fears Rise in Sri Lanka
North Korea
US Wants China to Clean Up North Korea Nuclear 'Mess'
Putin Floats New Economic Incentives for North Korea
Bush Eyes 'Frank' Talks in China
In China, Bush Urges Religious Freedom
US and China to Cooperate More on Terrorism
30,000 Flood Baku Square, Call for 'Ukraine-Style Revolution'
Machete Killings Fuel Indonesia's Religious Hatred
The War at Home
Session Exposes Political Risks Ahead for GOP
Kerry: 'Let Iraqis Stand Up for Iraq'
The Politics of Pushback
Call for Troops' Removal Reverberates at Home
Forget Iraq: Congress Tackles the Important Issue
War on Terror
UK Accused of Turning a Blind Eye to 'Torture Flights'
Scandanavian Storm Over CIA Prisoner Plane Claims
CIA Interrogation Tactics 'Questionable'
Senator Specter Puts Brakes on PATRIOT Act Extension
British ID Card Bill Would Cost Average Family Thousands Over a Decade
US Military
Furor Over Ex-Marine's Account of Killing of Civilians
Military Stretched Too Thin to Hold 2006 Air Show
US War Resisters Remain in Canada With No Regrets
That Iraq Feeling Comes to Syria
Syria Sees Peretz Selection as Positive: Arab Israeli MP
IAEA Says Iran Still Not Opening Up
Iran Says Disclosing Suspected Bomb Blueprint Shows Good Faith
Iran Denounces UN Resolution
US Backs Role for Iran in Nuclear Fuel Cycle
Sharon to Decide by Monday Whether He Will Quit the Likud
Poll: 25% of Settlers East of Fence Prepared to Leave Homes

Lebanon's Lahoud Denies Shaking Hands With Shalom

Israel Releases Nuclear Whistleblower Vanunu
Palestinian Teen Killed in Gun Battle
Palestinians Arrested With Weapons at Checkpoints
Palestinians Reforming Foreign Service
Banned Group Earns Foothold in Egypt Vote
Egypt Police Arrest 80 Backers of Islamic Candidate on Eve of 2nd-Round Voting
Forty Hurt in Egypt Election 'Sore-Losers' Battle
Suspected Bomb Blast in Istanbul
Al-Qaeda Bomb Makers Arrested in Turkey
OPEC Set to Lift Secrecy About Oil Production
No OPEC Output Hike Needed for Early 2006: Iran
Saudi Arabia Calls on Oil Consumer Countries to Cut Taxes
Russia Chides US Report on Religious Freedom
Russia Forces Accused of Torture
In Russia, Pro-Democracy Groups Hear Tick-Tick-Tick
Former NBA Player Cleared of Dodging Serbian Draft
Serbia-Montenegro Military Denies Sheltering Mladic
Kosovo Militant Group Threatens Attack Ahead of UN-Sponsored Talks
Bosnia Makes Arrests Over 'Terror Plot'
German Coalition Deal Signed
Reports: Germany to Sell Israel Submarines at Discount Price
Sudan Army Attacks Chadian Deserters

Dutch Cabinet to Approve Sending Peace Monitors to Southern Sudan

Ethiopia Downplays Massacre, Uprising Reports
Ivory Coast Rebels Reject PM List
Kenya Rallies Pass Off Peacefully
Landslide Win for Burkina Leader
Venezuela to Sell Cheap Oil to US Poor
US Court Finds Ex-Salvadoran General Liabel for Torture

Justin Raimondo
'A Conspiracy So Vast…'

Alan Bock
Rehashing the Intelligence

Praful Bidwai
Indian Nuclear Deal With US Turns Faustian Bargain

Ivan Eland
The New al-Qaeda: More Dangerous Than the Old Version

David R. Henderson
An Economist's Case Against an Interventionist Foreign Policy

Sascha Matuszak
German Gloom, Chinese Boom

Charles Peña
New York's Subway Search Program Earns a Failing Grade

Nebojsa Malic
A Viceroy Departs

Ran HaCohen
The Quiet Occupation

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

Matthew Barganier
Et Tu, Pat?

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