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A Jewish Hitler?: Justin Raimondo
Readings in the Age of Empire: Doug Bandow
America's Kingdom of Heaven: Adam Elkus
Fiasco Then, Fiasco Now: Tom Engelhardt
US Hegemony Ebbing Fast: Jim Lobe

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Updated October 27, 2006 - 9:22 PM EDT

Iraqi PM Blames US for Chaos


US Envoy, Iraqi PM Agree Timeline Needed


Friday: 22 Iraqis 1 US Soldier, 1 UK Soldier Killed


US Evangelical Support for Iraq War Slipping


Iraqi Shi'ites Could Clash for Control of Regions

US/UK Navies Sent to Protect Saudi Oil Terminal

NATO Kills Up to 85 Civilians in Afghan Attack

  Kabul Opens Inquiry Into NATO Bombing Deaths
  Roadside Blast Kills 14 People in Southern Afghanistan

US and Russia Oppose EU's UN Draft on Iran

White House: Cheney Didn't Mean Waterboarding
Is Abbas Planning a Coup on Saturday?

Israel Says No Aggression Intended in German Ship 'Incident'


Don't Mention the War: Israel Seeks Image Whitewash

Fiasco Then, Fiasco Now
by Tom Engelhardt
The Bush Administration Makes New Enemies Daily  by Ivan Eland
US Sends the Wrong Messages to Iran  by Kaveh L. Afrasiabi
America's Kingdom of Heaven
by Adam Elkus
Bush's Clark Clifford  by Ron Jacobs
A Brother's Rage  by Christopher Dickey

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50 Years After Suez, US Hegemony Ebbing Fast

Bush to Pals: We're 'Fighting Back' Against Iraq

Bad Reviews for Iraq Policy

Iraq Trumps Regular Issues for Older US Voters

Halloween Simpsons Episode Parodies Iraq War

Journalist: Confession That Formed Base of Iraq War Was Acquired Under Torture

GOP Intel Chairman Urges NIE Leak Inquiry

Rumsfeld Tells War Critics to 'Back Off'
Iraq Today

Maliki Frowns on US-Led Baghdad Raid

For Shi'ites, Plan to Divide Iraq Into Autonomous Regions Loses Appeal

Iraqi Gun Merchants Refuse to Close Up Shop

Excerpts From Interview With Iraqi PM

Iraq Attacks Continue

Thursday Violence Leaves 74 Iraqis Dead, 52 Injured

Attack on Iraqi Police Leaves 28 Dead, 20 Missing

Security Developments in Iraq, Oct. 27

Security Developments in Iraq, Oct. 26

Occupying Iraq

A Peek Behind the Walls of 'Fortress US'

US Says Taking 'Aggressive' Approach in Anbar

Marine Pleads Guilty to Assaulting Iraqi

UK Soldier Put Fingers in Iraqi Prisoner's Eyes, Court-Martial Told

Army Arraigns Two Soldiers Charged With Murder of Three Iraqi Detainees


NATO Denies Afghanistan Ops in Disarray

NATO Commander Urges Turkey to Take Active Mission in Afghanistan

Poland Denies Report of Plans to Send 2,000 Troops to Afghanistan

Gunmen Kill Member of Provincial Council in N. Afghanistan

BBC Taliban Report Slammed by UK Conservative


Afghan Govt 'Deeply Saddened' by Desecration of Skull

Afghan Skull Abuse Rocks Germany

Germany Identifies Six Soldiers in Afghanistan Skull Scandal

More Footage Shown of German Soldiers Desecrating Skulls in Afghanistan

'War on Terror'

Admitted 9/11 Planner Wants US Trial

US Revives Terror Data-Mining

UK Can Keep Names of Those Held Under House Arrest Secret

Suspected Terrorists to Face Gitmo Hearings 'Soon'

Germans Feel the Clutch of Terrorist Threat

France Jails Reunion Bomb Plotter

Witness Grilled in CIA Leak Case

CIA Tried to Silence EU on Torture Flights

War at Home

Early Opposition to Iraq War Bolsters Rep. Moran

Los Alamos Confirms Data Breach

Democrats Are Divided on a Solution for Iraq

Dissent Grows Over Silent Treatment for 'Axis of Evil' Nations

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Warring Parties in Geneva to Cool Down War

Tamil Tigers 'Ban Child Soldiers'

South Asia

Taliban Militias Take Control in North Waziristan

Locals Rise Against Maoist Atrocities in Nepal


Somalia's Islamists Take Key Town

US Urges Somalia's Neighbors Not to Interfere


Colombia, Rebels Start Peace Process


Poll: Most Don't Want US to Attack North Korea

South Korean MP: North Korea Could Build Seven Bombs

US to Impose Separate Sanctions Against North Korea

Report: South Korea to Ban Entry of North Korean Officials Under UN Sanctions

France, China Express North Korea Concern

Think Tank: Flight of North Koreans May Grow

Hong Kong Seizes Empty North Korean Vessel

In '97, US Panel Predicted a North Korea Collapse in 5 Years

Sanctions Don't Dent North Korea-China Trade


Six Major Powers Discuss Iran Sanctions Draft

For Now, Modest Sanctions Eyed for Iran

Tehran Radio Warns of Nuclear Impasse

US Confident of UN Sanctions Against Iran

Israel Thwarting Hamas Effort to Set Up West Bank Security Force

Israel, Hamas Likely to Be Swept Up in West Bank Struggle

Israeli High Court Approves Route of Fence Around West Bank Enclave

EU's Solana: Time to End Occupation of Palestine

Hamas: Progress on Israel-Palestinian Prisoner Swap

Israeli Troops Kill Three Palestinians

Israeli Settlement Donates Medical Supplies to Palestinians

Israel and US to Expand Civil Air Defense Cooperation

Trouble Sealing Egypt-Gaza Border

Report: Israel Violates Palestinian Prisoner Rights


Israeli DM: Lebanon Overflights Will Continue

Lebanon's War With Cluster Bombs

No Progress on Israel-Hezbollah Prisoner Deal

Hezbollah 'to Join Talks on Lebanon Unity Government'

UN Hopes Israeli Troops Will Finally Leave Lebanon Border Village Next Week

Indian UN Vet Treats Animal Victims of Lebanon War

Middle East

Kuwaitis Still Getting Payouts for Damage of 1990 Iraqi Invasion

In Syria, Iraq's Fate Silences Rights Activists


NATO Presses Russia Over Georgia

US Urges Taiwan to Approve Arms Budget

Thai Coup Leader: No Specific Proof of Former PM's Corruption

American Held in Vietnam Complicates US Trade Ties

Serbia's Draft Constitution Boosts Parliament's Power

Israeli Envoy Demands Vatican Halt Beatification of WWII Pope

Poll: Cameron Emerges as Favorite for Next British PM


France to Help Rwanda Genocide Inquiry

DR Congo Leader's Ally Seized by Opposition Supporters

Ethiopia Denies Excessive Force Used After Protesters Killed

Senior Angolan Defense Officials Fired Over Arms Deals With Israel


Justin Raimondo
A Jewish Hitler?

Doug Bandow
Readings in the Age of Empire

Nebojsa Malic
Inventing Irrelevance

Charles Peņa
Fish or Cut Bait in Iraq

Ivan Eland
Imperial Arrogance in Iraq

David R. Henderson
Oil, Nuclear Power, and Iran:
A Lesson in Opportunity Cost

Alan Bock
The More Things Change...

Ran HaCohen
Good News From Gaza

Praful Bidwai
N. Korean Blast May Hit Indo-US Nuclear Deal

Sascha Matuszak
China's Little Capitalists

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