Today's Highlights

McCain, the Militarist: Justin Raimondo
Savage Peace: Wilson's Failure: Doug Bandow
US Coup Shapes a Man, and Iran: B. Yaghmaian
The War Was Lost Before It Began: Joshua Holland
MoveOn Whitewashes Hillary: Norman Solomon

 Behzad Yaghmaian

Will American Bombs Kill My Dream?: Iranian-American laments march to war

 Butler Shaffer

The American People Have Been Taken Over: By the U.S. Government

 Frederick A.O. Schwarz Jr. and Aziz Huq

Unchecked and Unbalanced: Presidential Power in a Time of Terror

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Updated April 13, 2007 - 9:27 PM EDT
A Bloody Iraq Message: Nowhere Is Safe
  Life for Ordinary Iraqis Is Worse Than Ever
  No Solid Stats on Iraq Security
  US Army Admits $33 Million Iraq 'Apology Bill'
  US General Sees Protests as Signs of Freedom in Iraq
  Friday: 3 GIs, 26 Iraqis Killed, 55 Iraqis Wounded
Tour Extension Hits Families, Soldiers Hard
Turkey Launches 'Large-Scale' Attacks on Kurds
  Turkish Army Chief Pushes Iraq Incursion, Calls for Secular President
Iran Nuclear Plant Still in Early Stages: UN Atomic Chief
  Iran Arrests 90 Militants From Shadowy Sunni Group
How a CIA Coup in Iran and My Life Became One  by Behzad Yaghmaian and Tom Engelhardt
MoveOn Whitewashes Hillary's Iran Belligerence  by Norman Solomon
Iran May be the Greatest Crisis of Modern Times  by John Pilger
The War Was Lost Before It Ever Began  by Joshua Holland
Kurdistan’s Covert Back-Channels
by Laura Rozen
Where Are the Citizen Generals?
by Brian M. Downing

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The War at Home
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US Military
VA Chair: System May Shortchange Troops
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'War on Terror'
US Citizen Charged With Plotting Terror Attacks
US Appeals Court Blocks Cuban Militant's Release
Australian AG: Selling Books That Make Terrorism Sound Appealing Is a Terrorist Offense
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Algeria Vows Tough Response to Bombings
Suicide Attacks Mark Turn in Algeria
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UN Expects OK From Sudan on Interim Darfur Plan
Sudan-Chad Clash Roils Darfur Diplomacy
Darfur Collides With Olympics, and China Yields
Libyan, Eritrean Observers on Sudan Border
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Eritrea Blames US for Five-Year Border Stasis With Ethiopia
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Sri Lanka
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North Korea Unlikely to Meet Reactor Deadline
China Suggests North Korea Funds Issue Not Resolved
North Korea: New Premier Installed
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South Korea Protesters to Call for Handover of Two US Troops
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Justin Raimondo
McCain, the Militarist

Doug Bandow
Savage Peace: Wilson's Failure

Charles Peña
Yankee, Go Home

Ivan Eland
A US-Made Mess in Somalia

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

Alan Bock
Lamenting Lack of War

Philip Giraldi
Democrats Earn Their Stripes in the War Party

Nebojsa Malic
Forfeiting Nothing

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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