Today's Highlights

Who Will Stop the Next War?: Pat Buchanan
Fool Me Thrice?: Gordon Prather
War Talk: Charley Reese
Not Guilty: Nebojsa Malic
Rice Picks Neocon Hawk as Counselor: Jim Lobe

 Ed Peck

Diplomacy is Preferable to War: A former ambassador discusses the “Axis of Evil.”

 Dan Ephron

Failing Our Wounded: Government throws used soldiers away

 Christopher Deliso

Failed Interventions, Criminal Courts and Lost Liberty: A Report from the Balkans

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Updated March 3, 2007 - 9:29 PM EST
Pentagon: 'Surge' Needs 7,000 More GIs
  Iraqi General Kidnapped in Baghdad
  US Says Militants Targeting Helicopters in Iraq Killed
  Afghan Taliban Says Sending Fighters to Iraq
  Sunni Insurgents Ascendant in Iraq's Caldron of Violence
  Mayor: US Base Welcome in Sadr City, But Not 'Snatch Squad'
  Saturday: 55 Iraqis, 3 GIs Killed; 39 Iraqis Injured
Unusual Coalition Could Sink War Funds Vote
  Cheney: Hasty Pullout Could Spread Muslim Militants to Other Countries
  Rice Picks Neocon Champion of Iraq War as Counselor
Iran Cleric Says Pakistan Becoming 'Terrorist Sanctuary'
  Iran to Build Fence Along Pakistan Border
  Envoy: US May Be 'Undermining' Pakistan
  NATO Troops Still Lacking for Afghanistan as New Offensive Looms
Army Secretary Quits Over Walter Reed Scandal
Who Will Stop the Next War?
by Patrick J. Buchanan
John Kerry's Strange Call to Filibuster the War  by John Walsh
Mr. President, the CIA Is Already Talking to Syria  by Jacob G. Hornberger
War Talk  by Charley Reese
Fool Me Thrice?  by Gordon Prather
The Talented Mr. Cohen
by Ximena Ortiz

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France Says Iraq Close to Partition
German Defense Minister: US Anti-Missile Defense System Must Be 'Integrated' Into NATO
Israeli Navy to Patrol Dead Sea: Report
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Libby Jurors Go Into 2nd Week of Deliberation and Ask: Define 'Reasonable Doubt'
Human Rights Fears Set Aside as Chechnya Crowns 'King Ramzan'
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Historical and Current Divides Between Sunnis and Shi'ites in Iraq
The Iraq Insurgency for Beginners
Al-Qaeda Looking for a New Home in Iraq
An Iraqi Tribal Chief Opposes the Jihadists, and Prays
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Today in Iraq
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Dialogue Among Foes in Baghdad
Iraq's Displaced Trickle Home
Friday: 61 Iraqis, 2 GIs Killed; 39 Iraqis, 1 GI Injured
Iraq Occupation
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Attack on British Iraq Base Causes Fire
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UN Special Adviser on Iraq Compact Named
The War at Home
Bush Keeps Pressure on Democrats on Iraq Money
Intelligence Estimates Exhibiting More Reserve
Obama Calls Iranian Regime a 'Threat'
McCain: US Victory in Iraq Is Possible
Yellow Ribbons Dwindle as Support for Iraq War Fades
Bush Staffers Ordered 3 Ejected From Taxpayer-Funded Event, Man Says
Hollywood Studio Making CIA Leak Movie
US Military
Bush Administration Picks New Lawrence Livermore Nuclear Warhead Design
Defense Secretary Sends Stern Message About Accountability
Bush to Name Panel on Veterans Care
'War on Terror'
Call to Reopen Oklahoma City Bombing Inquiry
Civil Air Patrol Revives Role as Eyes of Skies
US Appeals Court Dismisses CIA Torture Lawsuit
Internet Spreading Dangerous Ideology to Young British Muslims?
US Marshals Official Accused of Misspending Security Funds
National ID Card Rules Unveiled
Man Gets 5 Years for NYC Bomb Plot
Inside Job: My Life as an Airport Screener
Growing Calls in Australia for Terror Suspectís Return
Swiss Forensic Expert: Guantanamo Inmate Death Was Likely Suicide
Kosovo Talks End; Parties 'Diametrically Opposed'
NATO's Commander in Kosovo Urges Quick Decision on Status
Serbian FM: 'Historic Agreement' Still Possible on Kosovo
Prodi Wins in Italian Parliament's Lower House
Ukraine's Tymoshenko Seeks Early Elections
Estonian President at Odds With Russia
The KGB's Good Spy Guide to British Cities
Sudan President Commits to Peacekeepers
African Union Takes Stock After Attack on Darfur Peacekeeper
Morocco Pardons Nearly 9,000 Prisoners, Sentences Cut for Another 24,000
Morocco to Present Sahara Autonomy Plan
Morocco Jails Eight Islamists for Plotting Terror
Gadhafi: It's Time Libya Opened to World
Gaddafi: Libya 'Let Down' by West
Somali Capital Rocked by Blasts
Confusion Over Westerners Missing in Ethiopia
Texting to Beat Zimbabwe Censors
Corruption Leaves Nigeria in the Dark
Former Congo Child Soldier Asks World to Act on Crimes
Colombia Announces Probe of Massacre
Colombia Orders Political Boss Arrested
Paris Says World Powers Have Reached Deal on Iran Sanctions
France: Strike on Iran Would Destabilize Region
Iran Sanctions Talks Expected at UN Next Week
Japan Calls on Iran to Avoid Isolation
British Opposition Leader: Time for Massive Pressure on Iran
Israel Protests Planned Russian Missile Sale to Syria
Syria 'Optimistic' About Baghdad Security Meeting
Iraq's UN Ambassador Criticizes Syria
Israeli Bandís Antiwar Song Pushes Pop Contestís Buttons
Israel Hardens Its Peace Terms Ahead of Saudi Arab Summit
Israeli Security Forces on High Alert for Purim Holiday
Israel Accused of Rights Abuses
Israeli PM Refused to Testify Before State Comptroller on Aid to Home Front in War
Israeli PMís Office: Comptroller Trying to Sabotage Olmert
Jordan's King: US Country Most Capable of Influencing Israel
At Least 10 Anti-Fence Activists Wounded in Bil'in Demonstration
IDF Ends Nablus Operation as Senior Militants Escape Arrest
Not All Operations Will Be as Cautious as Nablus, IDF Officers Say
Palestinian Factions Delay Submitting Cabinet List
Hamas Warns Against Further Delay in Forming PA Government
Call to Ease Palestinian Boycott
South Lebanon Villagers Slam French Troops, Policy
Beirut's Sunnis Upset as Shi'ites Move In
Sunni Jihadists Gathering in Lebanon
Israeli Army Briefly Detains Man at Lebanon Border
Middle East
Saudi-Iran Meet Seen Likely to Benefit Lebanon and Iraq
Egypt Mediates Between Saudi and Syria
Yemeni Editors Face Criminal Prosecution Over Critical Reporting
Turkish Kurds Warn of Reply if Jailed Rebel Leader Is Being Poisoned
Jordan's King Headed to United States
Negroponte Sees Slow North Korea Image Change
US Ready to Unfreeze North Korea Assets
South Korea Urges US to Ease North's Insecurity
South Korea FM: Details of North Korea's Uranium Program Unclear
South Korea Refuses North's Request for Restored Aid
Highlights From Koreas Talks
Koreas Agree to Resume Reunions of Separated Families
Canada Loses Track of Afghan Detainees
Allied Convoy in Afghanistan Struck by Blasts
Twelve Taliban Killed in Afghanistan
Officials Hopeful Following Taliban Arrest in Pakistan
Taliban Arrest May Help Pakistan's Image
Blast in Pakistan Kills at Least 3, Wounds Judge
India, Pakistan OK Nuke Safeguards
Indian Troops Kill Top Rebel, Bodyguard in Kashmir
China Demands US Halt Arms Sale to Taiwan
China Expands Sub Fleet
Beijing Likens Cheney Criticism to Nosy Neighbor
Thai Army Kills 5 Suspected Insurgents
Ousted Thai Leader Says Career Is Over
Sri Lanka War Planes Bomb Suspected Tiger Camp
Nepal's Former Rebel Chief, PM Discuss Forming Joint Government
Growing Chorus Slams Japanese PM's War-Brothel Remarks
Cuba Optimistic Fidel Castro Will Return to Power
Cuba Says It Curbs Narcotics Flow Without US Help
Venezuela Rejects US Drug Report

UN Forces Launch New Haiti Operation


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The Iraq War Crash

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Not Guilty

Doug Bandow
Big Dangerous Ideas

Alan Bock
Breaking the Presidential Pattern

Charles PeŮa
Our Pals in Pakistan

Ivan Eland
More Mission Creep in Afghanistan

Ran HaCohen
How to Live With Hunger

Praful Bidwai
From Horror, an Opportunity for Peace

Sascha Matuszak
From China to Cairo

David R. Henderson
Does War Make Presidents Great?

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