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Poisonous Propaganda: Justin Raimondo
Worse Than Staying the Course: Charles Peña
Bush's Only Real Victory: Paul Craig Roberts
Arab Winter: Matthew Yglesias
Going Long in Iraq: Robert Dreyfuss

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Updated November 22, 2006 - 9:14 PM EST
Iraqi Civilian Deaths Hit New High

Iraqis: Attacks on US Troops OK


Annan: US 'Trapped in Iraq'

  Wednesday: 2 GIs, 106 Iraqis Killed

Bush, Maliki to Meet on Iraq Violence


Shi'ite Lawmaker Quits Govt After US Forces Pummel Sadr City

Lebanese Christian Leader Is Assassinated
  Gemayel Killing Hits Push to Restore Syria Ties
  Bush Warns Syria, Iran After Lebanon Killing
  In Lebanon, Debate Swirls Over Prospect of 'Iraqization'

US Could Bomb Iran Nuclear Sites in 2007

More Marines May Be Needed in 'War on Terror'

Reno, Ex-Justice Officials Criticize Terror Law
  Other Democrats Reject Rangel's Call for a Draft
Ken Adelman: A Rat Abandons a Ship of Fools  by Ken Silverstein
The Only Real Option: Leave Iraq Now  by Eugene Robinson
Trapped in Lies and Delusions
by Jacob G. Hornberger
Going Long in Iraq  by Robert Dreyfuss
Bush's Only Real Victory
by Paul Craig Roberts
Bush Still Dodging Vietnam War
by Keith Olbermann

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Poll: Iraq Like Vietnam War for 58 Percent of Americans

Election Results Drive Demand for Change in Iraq Policy

Oman: US Handed Iraq to al-Qaeda
Study: West Bank Settlements Often Use Private Palestinian Land

House Staff Member Cleared in Inquiry on Leak of Iraq Intelligence Estimate

Report Finds DHS Lax on Contracting Procedures

Elder Bush Takes on Son's Arab Critics: 'This Son Is Not Going to Back Away'
Iraq Attacks Continue
Tuesday: 108 Iraqis Killed, 38 Injured

US Air Strike on Sadr City Kills 5, Including Mother and Infant

US Troops Blow Up Possible Car Bombs in Green Zone

Security Developments in Iraq, Nov. 22

Security Developments in Iraq, Nov. 21

Iraq Today

Sectarian Accusations Fly in Iraq's Parliament

Iraq: Taxi Drivers Dice With Death

Iraq-Syria Ties

Iraq, Syria Restore Ties After 25 Years

Syria's Overture to Iraq Seen as Signal to US

Syria Scores Diplomatic Victory With Iraq Ties Renewal

US Urges Syria to Stop Flow of Foreign Fighters Into Iraq

American Foes Step Into the Iraq Fray

Iraq's Turbulent Ties With Syria

Occupying Iraq

Hidden Costs Wait to Surface From Iraq War's Depths

US Considers Allowing US Troops to Be Questioned in British Friendly-Fire Inquest

US Serviceman Pleads Guilty to Killing Civilian

More Australian Troops to Iraq

37 South Korea Lawmakers Submit Resolution for Troop Pullout

US Officers Cite Flaws in Effort to Train Iraqi Forces

US Military Deaths in Iraq Hit 2,865

Perfect Killing Method, but Clear Targets Are Few

The War at Home

Army Secretary Says Shorter Iraq Tours Could Cost Lives

Family Stands by Marine in Haditha Investigation

Court Hears Rare Iraq War Objector Case

War Objector Fate May Rely on Old Cases

Army Recruits' 'Moral Waivers'

Pentagon Delays Chemical Weapons Disposal

Army Debuts New Slogan in Recruiting Commercials

UK War at Home

Dead UK Soldier: Iraq Not Worth Dying For

Brit Rock Star: If You Don't Want to Get Shot, Don't Join the Army

'War on Terror'

NSA Wiretapping Documents Won't Be Released

Six Muslim Scholars Thrown Off Minnesota Flight for Pre-Flight Prayer

Tapes Provide First Glimpse of Secret Gitmo Panels

Book: Europeans Had Agent Inside al-Qaeda

FBI Struggles to Win Trust of Muslim, Arab Communities

Israeli Lt. General: War on Terror Is World War Three


Blair Promises Troops Will Stay in Afghanistan

Afghanistan to Get Bigger Army

Tribal Leaders Condemn Bloody Taliban

More Equipment Needed in Afghanistan, US Commander Says

Two Canadian Soldiers Injured in Afghanistan Roadside Explosion


38 Taliban Arrested in Quetta

Pakistan Keen on Being a Global Arms Exporter

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Jets Bomb 'Rebel Camp'

In Sri Lanka, Peace Talks Ride on a Highway

Mediators Condemn Sri Lanka Government, Rebels Over Fighting


Grenade Explodes in Kosovo Serb School Classroom

Dutch Muslims Seek a Fresh Start


Egyptian Crackdown Keeps Muslim Brotherhood in Check


Heavy Combat With Colombia Rebels Kills 14


Assassination Deepens Lebanese Political Crisis

Accusations Against Syria Are All Too Routine

Civil War in Lebanon

Slaying Is Latest Act in Family's Turbulent History

The Gemayel Dynasty

Lebanon Politics Mired in Murder

Lebanon Fears Descent Into Abyss

Another Grim Milestone for Lebanon

Beirut: A City Constantly on Edge

Lebanon War

Amnesty: Israel Targeted Civilians in Lebanon

'Safer' Israeli Cluster Bombs Not Used in War

Israel to Probe Cluster Bomb Use in Lebanon War

Hezbollah: We Got $300 Million for Rehab


Will the Republicans’ Mid-Term Loss Hurt Chances of a War on Iran?

35 Nations Near Deal Over Iran Reactor


Israeli Forces Launch Deep Gaza Raids, Two Killed

UN Official: Israel Should Review Its 'Entire' Military Policy in Gaza

Gaza's Last Skateboarder

Aid Workers Kidnapped, Freed in Gaza


Report: Olmert Wants to Replace Peretz as Defense Minister

Israeli Protesters Throw Stones at UN Commissioner's Convoy

Man Dies of Wounds from Sderot Qassam Strike

Poll: Palestinians Support Operations Inside Israel

Olmert: New European Peace Plan Impeding Regional Progress

Palestinians Suspend Talks on Unity Government

Russia and Her Neighbors

Georgia Mulls Russia WTO Veto

Editor Jailed for His Coverage of Chechnya

Chechen Shot Dead as Concern Grows About Russian Killings

Profile: Russia's Secret Police

Putin Issues Veiled Warning to Poland on EU Talks

Exact Cause of Ex-KGB Agent's Illness Eludes Poison Experts

Russian Exile Got Warning on Day He Was Poisoned


China Will Not Execute Canadian Accused of Terrorism

De Facto US Envoy Calls for Direct Taiwan-China Links

Taipei's Historic Military Villages Face Extinction

India-China Ties

China and India Fail to Dispel Mutual Suspicion

India, China Seek to Solve Border Dispute, Double Trade


North Korea's Accounts in Macau Bank Unfrozen: Source

Philippines Military Charging 30 With Rebellion

Fiji Army Chief Renews Threat of Coup

South Asia

Nepal's Peace Deal to End 10 Years of Civil War

Police: Indian Forces Kill Two Suspected Rebels in Kashmir


Somali Leaders Seeking Way to Avoid War

Somali Islamists Clash With Ethiopian Forces in Southern Somalia

EU Experts Fear US Move Could Spark Somalia War

Egypt Rejects Training Somali Islamists in Arms Embargo Violation

Puntland 'to Fight Islamic Courts'


Darfur Group Says Government Threatens Peace Deal

Darfur Horror Stories Leave UK Conservative Leader Shaken


France Approves Warrants for Rwandan Leader

Rwanda Fury at French Claims


Justin Raimondo
Poisonous Propaganda

Charles Peña
Worse Than Staying the Course

Ivan Eland
'Cutting and Running' Preferable to 'Staying and Praying'

David R. Henderson
Milton Friedman: A Tribute

Alan Bock
Withdrawal: Why Wait?

Doug Bandow
Readings in the Age of Empire

Nebojsa Malic
The Battle for Kosovo

Praful Bidwai
North Korea Wins Nuclear Poker Round

Ran HaCohen
Good News From Gaza

Sascha Matuszak
China's Little Capitalists

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