Today's Highlights

Fasten Your Seat Belt: Justin Raimondo
Bush Is No Conservative: Paul Craig Roberts
A War in Search of a Justification: Joshua Frank
The Politics of PTSD: Michael Uhl
City on the Edge of Forever: Nebojsa Malic

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Dwight D. Eisenhower
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Updated March 29, 2006 - 11:05 PM EST
US Tells Shi'ites to Dump PM Jaafari
US Admits Target Included a Mosque
Afghan Christian Convert Arrives in Italy
UN Council Formally Approves Statement on Iran
Rice: Iran a Menace Beyond Nuclear Issue
US Commander: Iranian Agents Operating in Iraq
Iraq Kidnap Terror: 24 Seized Within 30 Minutes
Gunmen Storm Baghdad Company, Kill Eight
Israeli Result Could Spell End of US Role Pushing for Peace
Rumsfeld Says War Critics Sympathize With al-Qaeda
Neocons Blocked 2003 Nuclear Talks with Iran
Report: Fitzgerald Will Seek New White House Indictments
Checks, Please
by Bert Brandenburg and Amy Kay
Bombing Civilians Is Not Only Immoral, It's Ineffective  by A.C. Grayling
Graham and Kyl Lie for Gitmo
by Emily Bazelon
Bush Is No Conservative
by Paul Craig Roberts
A War in Search of a Justification
by Joshua Frank
The Politics of PTSD  by Michael Uhl

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White House Chief of Staff Card Resigns
Memo: Colin Powell Opposed War Without Second UN Resolution
Thousands of Iraqis Flee to Avoid Spread of Violence
White House Denies Bush Opposes Iraq's Jaafari
Storm Intensifies Over Israel Lobby Paper
After Iraq, Arabs Wary of 'Western' Democracy
Militants Attack Base in Afghanistan, 2 Soldiers Killed
Courts Scrutinize Post-9/11 Powers
Baghdad Police Find 14 Bodies Shot in the Head
Mosque Raid
True or Not, Report of 'Massacre' Angers Iraqis
Iraq Raid Photos Show Weapons Caches: Senator
Iraq Raid Dispute Threatens to Draw US Into Sectarian Conflict
US Says Raiders Didn't Know About Prayer Room in Iraq Compound
Baghdad Raid Shows Fears of Iraq Security Handover
Shi'ite Leaders in Iraq Denounce US
Today in Iraq
US Appeals to Iraq's Top Cleric to Help End Political Impasse
Multiparty Talks Resume in Iraq
Iraq Recruits in Ramadi, but Few Takers
Curfew Imposed in Iraqi City of Beiji
Iraqi Sunni Leader Optimistic on United Govt Soon
Iraqi Kurds Detain Doctor for Treating Militants
The War Reporter Who Turned Prophet on Iraq
Iraq Occupation
America May Find It Impossible to Steer Clear of Iraq’s Civil War
Military Won't Charge US Contractors Detained in Iraq
For Abu Ghraib, a Limited Prosecution
US Reconstruction Official Urges More Money for Iraqi Reconstruction
Attacks Continue
At Least 35 Abducted in Baghdad in 2 Days
Schools, Kids Becoming Targets in Iraq
Police Station Attacked South of Baghdad
Developments in Iraq on March 29
Developments in Iraq on March 28
Iraq's Closest Neighbor
Khatami Hopeful US-Iran Dialogue Stabilizes Iraq
Iran Accuses US Role Over Iraq Prayer Hall Killing
Iran Says It Has Iraq's Interests at Heart
Iran Puts Revolutionary Guards on Alert on Iraq Border
Global Iraq Fallout
Briton Held Hostage in Iraq Says Captives Shown Film About Jesus
Rice Asks Russians to Probe Iraq Reports
Koizumi Seeks Ties With Kuwait in Aiding Iraq
Japan to Resume Aid Loans to Iraq Once Govt Formed
UK Iraq War 'Hero' Is Accused of Assaulting New Recruit

Britain's Blair Says Iraq Isn't Vietnam

Six Soldiers Among 12 Dead in Afghan Violence
Former Afghan Warlord Offers to Eliminate Taliban, al-Qaeda
Suicide Attackers Blow Themselves Up in South Afghanistan
Canadian Troops in Afghanistan Respond to Explosion, Suicide Bomb
Canadian Commander Calls New Attacks in Afghanistan 'Nothing Remarkable'
Pakistan's Radio Rivalry Kills 24
British FM: We Stopped Pakistan-India War Four Years Ago
Nuclear Suppliers Raise Doubts on US-India Deal
Australian PM Hunts for Loophole to Sell Uranium to India
Three Kashmir Militants Arrested in NW Pakistan
Nepal Vows to Stop Next Month's Anti-King Protests
Civilian Deaths 'Rising' in Nepal
South Korea Leader Says He's Not Anti-American
North Korea Seeks Compensation After Australia Seized and Sunk Their Ship
Taiwan Told US May Not Defend the Island
Rice Urges China and India to Do More on Myanmar
US Official Urges Asia to Improve Port Security
Q&A: What's Behind the Political Turmoil in Thailand?
Arroyo Urges Passage of Anti-Terrorism Law
Suharto Avoids International Tribunal
Vets, Activists Urge US to Compensate Millions of Victims of Agent Orange
Ukraine Braces for New Coalition
Allies Vie to Save Orange Revolution
Yushchenko Meets Rivals for Talks
Ukraine Press Gloomy After Polls
Belarus Jails Lukashenko's Foes
Protests Force Delay in Belarus Inauguration
Basque Separatists
Spanish Leaders Support ETA Cease-Fire
Spain's Opposition Backs Peace Process With ETA
Stabbing in Flashpoint Kosovo Town; Serbs Protest
Schroeder to Sell Russia to West, Says Report
Schroeder's PR Venture Draws European Ire
Nigeria: Liberian Warlord Taylor 'Disappeared'
US Threatens 'Consequences' Against Nigeria Unless Taylor Is Found and Handed Over
Bush May Refuse to Meet Nigerian President
Nigeria Instability Worries US
Surging Violence in Nigeria Sends Oil Over $66 a Barrel
In Other News
Why Do Some Dictators Escape Justice?
Converting in Afghanistan
Afghanistan Not Alone in Prosecuting Converts
Afghanistan Treads Religious Tightrope
Moussaoui Had No 9/11 Role, Terrorists Said
Moussaoui Offered to Implicate Himself
War on Terror
Judges Back Bill Examining Domestic Spying
'Dirty Bomb' Material Got Into US
'Dirty Bombs' Expose US Security
FBI Monitored Cars Near War Protest Rally
Retired Generals Want Scalia Off Gitmo Case
British Intelligence Tip Led to CIA Rendition
How Gitmo Brothers 'Became Victims of MI5 Plot'
'Plotters Aimed to Bomb London Subway'
Australian Territory to Introduce New Terror Laws
Puerto Rico Asks Congress to Lean on FBI
The War at Home
Pipes: Iraqi Chaos 'Not Really Our Problem'
More Human Remains Found Near WTC Site
Fallen GI's Father Leads Antiwar Rally
Off the Record, Bush Makes Media Inroads
Benefit Fraudster Caught Out After 9/11 Snapshot
Democrats Pledge to 'Eliminate' Osama
Documents Shed Light on Further Halliburton Billing Abuse
At Rush Hour, They Take Quiet Stand for Peace
US Military
Soldiers Flee to Canada to Avoid Iraq Duty
ACLU: Pentagon Concedes Abu Ghraib Photo, Video Case
For Double Amputee Sgt. Brent Bretz, the Medical Complications of His Injuries Are Only Part of the Challenge of Becoming Whole Again
Deployment of US Troops Leads to Increase in Captures of Illegal Aliens
Iran Calls for International Nuclear Facility Within the Country
Russia Demands Clear Reply From Iran on Nuclear Offer
Germany: Compromise With Iran Possible
Straw Rejects Military Action Against Iran
Iranian Police Kills Eight 'Bandits' Near Afghan Border
Iran Regime Cracks Down on Blogs
Syrian FM Warns Against Lebanon Troops on Israel Border
Lebanon President, PM Lock Horns at Summit
Syria's Assad Meets Lebanese PM
Israeli Election
Olmert Declares Victory for Unilateral Withdrawal
Israel Election Gives Boost to Smaller Parties
All Settlements Beyond Barrier to Go: Olmert
Israeli Voter Turnout – How Low Can It Go?
Settlers Fear Israel Vote Heralds More Pullouts
Old-Timers' Turn to Make Waves in Israeli Elections
The End of Likud?
Likud Facing 'Uncertain Future' After Worst Defeat in History
Netanyahu Left Reeling as Likud Power Is Broken
Netanyahu Promises to Retain Leadership of Likud
Likud Activists Bemoan Second 'Painful Blow in Last 100 Days'
Palestinian Reaction
Hamas Rejects Olmert's Plan, PLO Intent on Negotiating
Ordinary Palestinians Expect No Changes
Palestinians Worry About Statehood
Official: Hamas Ready to Cooperate but Not to Concede
Palestinian Parliament OKs Hamas Cabinet
Two People Killed in Explosion in Israel
Katyusha Rocket 'Fired From Gaza'
Medics: Two Israelis Hurt in Rocket Attack
Arab Summit
Arab Leaders Still Cool Toward New Iraqi Government
Arab Summit Considers Greater Support of Iraq
Arabs Call on Israel to Return to Quartet-Sponsored Negotiations
Arab Summit Opens With Pledge of Support to Palestinians, Iraq
Arabs Renew Peace Offer to Israel
Arab Nations Urged to Enter Nuclear Club
Middle East
Kuwait Tries Islamist Founders of First Political Party

Mubarak: Unilateral Moves by Israel Won't Achieve Peace

Arab Leaders Reach Darfur Deal
Congo's Elections Delayed Again
Eyewitness: Mogadishu Violence Abates
Ethiopia PM: Eritrea Aims to Destabilize Ethiopia
Arrests Over Gambia 'Coup Plot'
17 Colombian Rebels Killed in Pre-Election Clashes
Uruguay and Argentina Cease Training at US Army’s School of the Americas

Justin Raimondo
Fasten Your Seat Belt

Nebojsa Malic
City on the Edge of Forever

Ivan Eland
Top Ten Mistakes the Bush Administration Is Repeating from Vietnam

Alan Bock
Iraq Three Years On

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

Praful Bidwai
India's Russia Card Ups Nuclear Stakes

Charles Peña
Fixing Intelligence

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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