Today's Highlights

America's Reign of Terror in Iraq: Justin Raimondo
America Won, Americans Lost: Robert Higgs
How Lukashenko Won: Daniel McAdams
Cheney of Command: James Bovard
Told You So: Charley Reese

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Jimmy Carter
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Updated March 27, 2006 - 11:15 PM EST
US Troops Accused of Mosque Massacre
Bomb Kills 40 at Tal Afar Army Recruiting Center
Baghdad Governor Suspends US Cooperation
Moussaoui: White House Was My 9/11 Target
GIs Nab 40 Iraqi Police Running Secret Jail
Sunday of Violence Kills at Least 69 Iraqis
No Sign of Progress in Iraq Government Talks
War May Hurt GOP in Heartland
Weeks Before Iraq War, Bush Called It Inevitable
Report: Rove Cooperating in CIA Leak Inquiry
Afghan Christian Set to Be Freed While Case is Reviewed
Brits Say 10% of Iraqi Police Actively Working Against Them
Yushchenko Trounced, Ukraine's Tymoshenko Set for Coalition Deal
Optimism in Iraq Gives Way to Fear
by Manal Omar
President Bush's NSA Program
by John W. Dean
No Light at End of Iraq Tunnel
by Helen Thomas
How Lukashenko Won  by Daniel McAdams
Told You So  by Charley Reese
Cheney of Command  by James Bovard

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Rice: US Will Go to Russians With Iraq Invasion Reports
In an Election Year, a Shift in Public Opinion on the War
Writer Sentenced to Prison for Defaming Kurdish Leader in Iraq
Rice: US Might Cut Number of Troops in Iraq This Year
Shi'ite Leader: Iran Not Interfering in Iraq
Iraqi Police Major Held Over Death Squad Role
Family Still Without Answers 2 Years After Tillman Died
Hamas Leader Tells Israeli Voters They Want to End Deadlock
As Bodies Pile Up, Iraq Divide Intensifies
Today in Iraq
US, Iraqi Forces Target Sadr Followers in Iraq
Iraq Forces Targeted Terrorists; Didn't Enter Mosque, US Says
Iraq Sectarian Strife Embroils US
Iraqi Doctor Admits to Killings of Hospitalized Troops
US Mission in Iraq Turns to Jordan for Staff
Iraq Reporters Hit Back at Claims They Are Biased on War
Literary Honor for Baghdad Blogger
Attacks Continue
Iraqis Find 30 Bodies, Most Beheaded
Bombing in Southeast Iraq Kills Student
University Students in Basra Fight Sectarian Violence
Developments in Iraq, March 27
Developments in Iraq, March 26
Arab League Meeting
Saddam Asks Arab League to Back Insurgents
Iraq FM Slams Arab States' Stand
Arab Nations Vow to Reopen Iraq Embassies
Battles of Britain
Blair: Withdrawing From Iraq 'Unthinkable'
Blair Begs Australians Not to Quit Iraq
Blair Admits 'Resignation Mistake'
Friends Defend Kember Against Accusations Over Iraq Mission
'Bullying and Sex Abuse' at UK Army Barracks
Antiwar Protester Who Camped at Parliament for Four Years Arrested
New Pardon Plea for WWI Soldier
Troops, Tribesmen Clash in Pakistan, 4 Dead
Musharraf: Extremism a Big Challenge
Former Pakistan PM: Musharraf Can't Stop My Return
Gunboat Sinking Could Return Sri Lanka to War
Indian Soldier Killed, Seven Wounded in Kashmir Attack
Afghanistan Protests Attack on Consulate
Thai PM Vows Coalition Government After Protests in Bangkok
Nepal Capital Tightens Security Weeks Ahead of Pro-Democracy Protests
US, South Korea Launch War Games
Mitsubishi Awaits Judgment on War Crimes
Belarus Opposition Seeks Way Forward After Protests Crushed
Opposition Leader in Belarus Faces Criminal Charge
Belarus Divided, Doubtful After Clashes
German State Elections Strengthen Merkel
Arabs Say UN Troop Move Needs Sudan Okay
US Welcomes UN Renewal of Sudan Mission
DR Congo
Congo, With Iraq in Mind, Faces Voting and Threats
EU Approves 'The Concept' of Sending Troops to Congo
Uganda Denies Aiding Indicted DR Congo Warlord
German Parliamentarians Voice Opposition to Congo Mission
Somali Militia 'Agrees Cease-Fire'
Rival Somali Militias Bury Their Dead
Somaliland Supreme Court Acquits Ethiopia Rebels
Nigeria Pressed to Detain Taylor
Moroccan King Moots Autonomy Plan With Western Saharan Council
Villagers Stranded by Fighting in Guinea-Bissau Could Be Out of Food
Hidden Arms Found in Liberia
Blair: Australia a Terror Target
Sydney Bomb Plot Linked to Race Riots
Blair Rules Out Meeting With Father of 'Aussie Taliban'
Big Wins for Little Parties in Ukraine Poll
Exit Polls: No Dominant Winner in Ukraine Elections
Russia-Backed Opposition Set for Comeback in Ukraine
Yushchenko Seen as Big Loser in Ukraine's Key Vote
Ukraine's Tymoshenko Calls for Liberal Coalition
Economy Shapes Up to Be Major Test of New Government
Ukraine Parliament Will Enjoy More Power
Irregularities Alleged in Ukraine Polls
Converting in Afghanistan
Rice: Afghanistan Must Find Its Own Way
In Kabul, a Test for Sharia
Sunni Leader: Afghanistan Has Been Shamed
Conversion a Thorny Issue in Muslim World
Report: Convert Says He's Ready to Die
Seoul Urges Christian Group Not to March in Afghanistan
War on Terror
Judge Refuses to Give FBI Custody of Classified Document
At Court, a Terror Case Rife With Tough Issues
A Bellwether for the Power of a President
Scalia: Idea of Jury Trials for Gitmo Detainees 'Crazy'
EU Police to Hunt Terror Suspects in UK
Report: Al-Qaeda's Master Hacker
Plagued by Fear
US Military
Navy Ship Collides With Tanker in Persian Gulf
Report: Army Mistakes Delayed Armor Upgrades
Some Marines Declining Extra Body Armor
Radioactive US Tanks From Iraq Sit in Kansas
War Without End
The War at Home
Form Letters Tell 9/11 Families of 911 Calls
Dems Want More Pressure on Iraqi Leaders
In Iran, Even Some on Right Warning Against Extremes
Rice: US, Russia Discussing Iran Nukes
Khamenei: No Compromise on Nuclear Program
UN Does Not Expect Hezbollah to Be Disarmed by Force
Israeli Politics
Israeli Right Nips at Kadima
Kadima Still Ahead in Polls
Kadima and Labor Battle for 'Undecideds' Vote
Poll Shows Kadima Leading, Many Still Undecided
Olmert Adamant on Plan to Draw Israel's Final Borders
Bulldozing Old Borders Carves Out Lead in Polls
Olmert Wants US Backing Before Pullouts
Palestinian Politics
Abbas 'Would Override Hamas'
Palestinians Focused on Internal Politics
Abbas: Hamas Needs 'To Change Policy'
Hamas Says Being Kept Away From Arab Summit
Israel Army to Cut Local Links With Palestinians
Hamas Seeks $170 Million Per Month From Arabs
Arabs Pledge Same Level of Aid for Palestinians
Arab Ministers Reject Israeli Border Move
Settlers Attack Palestinian Olive Farmers
Gaza Explosion Leaves Fatah Gunman, Bystander Wounded
Egypt Names Islamist Group Suspected of Sinai Attacks
Egypt Prosecutor Charges 13 Over Red Sea Bombs
Tighter Border Restrictions May Harm US, Canadian Economies
Colombia Rebels Release Two Hostages

Justin Raimondo
America's Reign of
Terror in Iraq

Alan Bock
Iraq Three Years On

Ivan Eland
Conservatives Advocate a Big Government Solution to Iraq

David R. Henderson
The Myth of US Prosperity During World War II

Praful Bidwai
India's Russia Card Ups Nuclear Stakes

Charles Peņa
Fixing Intelligence

Nebojsa Malic

Sascha Matuszak

Ran HaCohen
Hamas and Israel: Rival Twins

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

Matthew Barganier
Et Tu, Pat?

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