Today's Highlights

A Horse of a Different Color: Justin Raimondo
How Much Is Iraq War Costing You?: D. Henderson
Time to Put Politics Aside: Joshua Frank
Will Iraq Become Dems' War?: Swanson/Engelhardt
What Greeting Will We Get in Iran?: Scott/White

 Craig Unger

Iraq Redux: Same Neocons, Same Goals, Same Tactics, Next Target

 J.D. Cash

They Don’t Even Deny it Anymore: Undercover feds did the Oklahoma City Bombing.

 Edward Peck

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

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Updated March 5, 2007 - 9:28 PM EST
16 Afghan Civilians Die as GIs Open Fire
  GIs Threaten AP, Afghan Media and Delete Their Photos
  US Forces Kill Another 9 Afghan Civilians in Bombing Raid
  Report: Afghan, US Forces Attack Pakistan Army Post
  Afghan Foreign Minister Says Pakistan Uses Terror as Foreign Policy
Dems Scale Back Plans to Challenge Iraq 'Surge'
  National Guard Troops Prepare for More Iraq Duty
Iraqi PM Risks Shi'ite Clash Over Reshuffle
  Furious Maliki Condemns Intel HQ Raid, Orders Investigation
  Baghdad Crackdown Making Slow Progress: Senior US Commander
  Iraq, US Working to Arrest Officials
  US Makes Largest Move Into Shi'ite District Since 2004

Monday: 118 Iraqis, 3 GIs Killed; 147 Iraqis, 1 GI Wounded

Iran Rejects Direct US Talks at Iraq Conference
  Major Powers Fail to Agree on Iran Sanctions, Refer Issue to UN Envoys
  Iranian General Disappears, Officials Blame Mossad, CIA
  Air Strikes on Iran Could Backfire: Report
President: Taiwan Must Seek Independence
  China's Military Budget to Rise 17.8 Percent in 2007
It Doesn't Matter if Hillary Apologizes for Her Iraq War Vote  by Scott Ritter
What Sort of Greeting Should We Expect in Iran?  Scott Horton interviews Wayne White
Will Iraq Become the Democrats' War?  by David Swanson and Tom Engelhardt
Rescinding the Bush Doctrine
by Andrew J. Bacevich
Time to Put Politics (and Dem Politicians) Aside  by Joshua Frank
Broken by This War  by Stacy Bannerman

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US Military
Military's Toughest Home-Front Problem
Malaise From Iraq Spreads
At the Pentagon, Gates Seen as Liberator
Homeless Vet Numbers Expected to Grow
Focus Is on Veterans’ Chief as Inquiries on Care Begin
Soldiers Share Troubling Stories of Military Health Care Across US
Terror Case Prosecutor Assails Defense Lawyer
Hicks Trial 'Could Be Derailed'
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North Korea Fully Ready to End Nuclear Work
UN Nuclear Chief to Head for North Korea March 13
North and South Korea Seek to Strengthen Ties
US-North Korea Talks Face Pitfalls
350 South Korean Groups Hold Candlelight Vigil Calls for Withdrawal of Troops From Iraq, Afghanistan
UK Army Prepares New 'Smart Bomb' as Two Soldiers Die in Afghanistan
Protests After US Troops Kill 16 Afghans
Afghanistan Once Again Tries to Curb Opium
Pakistan Walks Fine Line With Capture of High-Level Taliban Leader
Taliban 'Gloomy' After Pakistani Arrests
US Senators: Pakistan Must Address al-Qaeda
Pakistan Opposes Destroying Afghan Poppy Crop Without Compensation
US Urges Transparency in China's Military Rise
China Tells US Not to Send Wrong Signals to Taiwan
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Foreign Troops Raid East Timor Rebel Base
East Timor Rebel Leader Escapes Raid
Protests in East Timor After Raid on Army Rebel
Militant May Lead Philippine Terrorists
Maoists Kill India MP During Festival
Japan Won't Apologize Again for WWII Sex Slaves
Iran, Saudi Alert to 'Enemy' Plots: Ahmadinejad
Saudi-Iran Meeting Yields Little Substance
Iran Denies Saudi Report It Supports Arab Peace Plan
US Official: EU, China Reluctant to Impose Sanctions on Iran
Diplomats: Iran Still Refuses Cameras
Iran Detains Journalists Outside Tehran
Iranian Women's Rights Activists Arrested
Iran Parliament Passes Ahmadinejad Budget
Palestinian Leaders Hold Inconclusive Unity Talks
Palestinian Leaders Try to Resolve Split Over Key Posts
Abbas, Hamas Forces Expanding
Police: Most Gaza Rockets Made From Parts Acquired in Israel
Frictions Rise at Point Where Faiths Collide in Jerusalem
Palestinian Village Torn From Jerusalem Neighbors
International Aid Agency: 80 Percent of Gazans Now Rely on Food Aid
Aid Sanctions Threaten West Bank Health
Israel's Olmert Seeks Delay on Lebanon War Report
Olmert Denounces Release of Portions of War Report as 'Criminal'
Israeli Comptroller: PM Dodging Criticism of War Conduct
Olmert Aides to Rally US Support for Continuing Hamas Ban
Israeli Military Arrests Caught on Tape Raise Questions on Military Practices
Israel to Complain to UN About Mines
Lebanon Opposition Leader Predicts 48 Hours to Peace
Gambling With Death in South Lebanon Fields
Egypt Summons Israel Envoy to Cairo Over Alleged 1967 Killings
Israel Minister Denies POWs Killed in 1967 War
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Middle East
Jordan's Arab Bank Denies Funding Mideast Violence
100 Muslim Extremists Freed in Yemen
Long Road to Understanding for Saudi’s Shia
The Royal Couple That Put Qatar on the Map
Arab Peace Initiative Not Negotiable: Mussa
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British Government Tries to Free Ethiopia Tourists
Central African Rebels Clash With French Forces
Bashir Rejects Trying Citizens Outside Sudan
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Battles of Britain
BBC Provides More Detail on a Report It Didn’t Show
Britain's Gordon Brown: A Change in Tone for US
UK Soldiers Fail Random Drugs Test
Russians Wonder: Bomb Plot or Drill?
Ex-Kosovo Leader Facing War Crimes Trial
Iran Sanctions, Palestinian Government to Top EU Agenda
Chávez Calls Envoy 'Professional Killer'
Chávez's Oil Largesse Winning Fans Abroad
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Justin Raimondo
A Horse of a Different Color

David R. Henderson
How Much Is the War on Iraq Costing You?

Nebojsa Malic
Not Guilty

Doug Bandow
Big Dangerous Ideas

Alan Bock
Breaking the Presidential Pattern

Charles Peńa
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

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