Today's Highlights

Dress Rehearsal for War: Justin Raimondo
A Surge in Bribes: Paul Sperry
Why Does Podhoretz Hate America?: M. Scheuer
Greenspan's Oil Claim in Context: Hiro/Engelhardt
Leaving the Country to Save It: Leon Hadar

 Joseph Cirincione

Iran, Syria and DPRK’s Nuclear Programs

 Anthony Gregory

300-Year Push for North American Union

 Michael Ledeen

Caught Lying About Promoting War With Iraq

 Matt Taibbi

The Rip-off in Iraq: Billions Stolen

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Updated September 26, 2007 - 10:14 PM EDT
Senate Votes to Partition Iraq
  Gates Asks $190 Billion for Wars
Wednesday Attacks Leave 174 Iraqis, 1 GI Dead

Iraqi PM Warns UN of Terrorism From Abroad


US Soldiers Build Base on Iraq-Iran Border


US Sniper 'Bait and Kill' Tactics May Be a War Crime

  Iraq Extremists Begin a Drive to Assassinate Security Forces
Senate, House Slam Iran With Sanctions
  At UN, Ahmadinejad Is Defiant on Nuclear Efforts
  Kuwait: No Help With Any Iran Attack

Bush Softens Up at UN

Myanmar Govt Attacks Protesting Monks, 5 Killed
Israel Kills 10 in Gaza as Warns of Big Sweep
US Intel: Israeli Air Strike on Syria Did Not Hit Nuclear Facility
Why Does Norman Podhoretz Hate America?  by Michael Scheuer
Greenspan's Oil Claim in Context
by Dilip Hiro and Tom Engelhardt
Senate Neocons Provoke Iran
by Ari Berman
A Surge in Bribes  by Paul Sperry
Wake Me at Armageddon  by Patrick Foy
Life in the Land of Death  by Leila Fadel

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Rice Accused of Interfering in Blackwater Inquiry

Rice: Zarqawi 'Diabolically Brilliant'

Brown Acts to Distance Himself From Blair, Iraq

Bush Astounds Activists, Supports Human Rights

House Roll-Call Vote on Iran Sanctions

One in Four Gulf War Veterans Still Has Serious Illness, Panel Hears

Iraq Ministry Finishes Draft Law to Remove Legal Immunity of Contractors
Today in Iraq
24 Die in Iraq Peace Meeting Blast

Iraq-Iran Border Chaos Over Detainee Dispute

Iraq, Turkey to Sign an Anti-Terrorism Pact Targeting Kurdish Militants

WHO Reports 2,100 Cholera Cases in Iraq

Tuesday: 1 GI, 49 Iraqis Killed; 71 Iraqis Wounded
Occupying Iraq

PBS: Weapons of US Soldiers in Iraq 'Plagued With Problems'

Surge in Basra Killings May Lead to British Return

Bush Urges Maliki to Press on With Laws

'War on Terror'

Feds Used Ruse in Terror Case

Top Spy: NSA 'May Not Realize' It Collected Info on Innocent Americans

UK Terror Stops Rise After Car Bombs

Al-Qaeda Taps Europe for New Recruits

Swedish Man to Face Charges in US of Aiding Terrorists


US Says More Than 60 Taliban Killed Tuesday in Afghanistan

NATO Soldier Killed in Southern Afghanistan

In Afghanistan, Anger in Parliament Grows as President Defies Majority’s Wishes


Pakistan Rejects US Criticism of Arrests

Lawyer: Musharraf Could Stay Army Chief

Bhutto Chides US for Backing Musharraf

Musharraf Kicks Off Poll Campaign From Balochistan

Pakistan Spokesman Insists Democracy Required Detention of Opposition Leaders

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Rebels Decry 'Genocide' Before UN Address


Myanmar Junta Holds 'War Office' Meeting

Myanmar Military Announces Curfew

Myanmar Bloggers Outsmart Censors

Soldiers Move in After Monks Defy Myanmar Junta's Orders

Beijing Warns Myanmar Generals Against Repression

A Superstitious Junta With a Taste for Secret Luxury

Myanmar Junta Has Few Options Other Than Force

Myanmar: The World Watches

Bush Calls for End to Myanmar's 'Reign of Fear'


Iran President Vows to Ignore UN Measures

France Calls for 'Firmness' Toward Iran

Turkey Defends Energy Ties With Iran Despite US Opposition

Ahmadinejad Accuses US of Human Rights Violations

Ahmadinejad's Performance Gets Mixed Reaction From Iranians

Peres Likens Columbia University to Neville Chamberlain

Iranian-Americans Criticize Reception of Ahmadinejad

Iran's Media Assail President’s Treatment

Antiwar Protesters Decry Handling of Iran

Iran Frees Iranian-American Activist

Bush at the UN

Bush Denounces Tyrants From Cuba to Zimbabwe

Cuba Walks Out at UN as Bush Attacks Dictatorships


Israel Seeks Exemption From Atomic Rules

North Korea Accuses US of Helping Israel Develop Nuclear Weapons

Israel Delays 'Goodwill' Release of Palestinian Prisoners

Israel's Leading Writers Demand Cease-Fire Talks With Hamas

Hamas Slams Israeli Disconnection With Gaza Banks

In Israel, an Oasis of Peace

Coming Soon: Military Academy in Israel

Bush Vows to Work for Palestinian Statehood

For Gaza's Young at Play, Fields Can Be Deadly


Lebanon Opposition Blocks President Vote

Lebanese Military Seals Off Downtown Beirut for Vote


Darfur Attacks Risk Aid Pullout

Darfur Conflict Spills Into Chad

Darfur Refugees in Fear as War Enters 'Safe' Camps

UN Welcomes Egypt Offer to Send 2,500 Troops to Darfur

New UN Force for Chad and CAR


Ethiopia Says May Call Off Eritrea Border Pact

Uganda Protests UN Seizure of Oil Exploration Ship

Supermarkets Run Out of Food as Mugabe Tightens His Stranglehold

New Fighting Breaks Out in Congo's North Kivu


Family Ties Link Russian Government


With Bombings, Mexican Rebels Escalate Their Fight


Justin Raimondo
Dress Rehearsal for War

Philip Giraldi
What World War III
May Look Like

David R. Henderson
War and the Constitution

Praful Bidwai
Nuke Deal May Trigger Midterm Polls in India

Alan Bock
Marching Against the War

Doug Bandow
Desperately Searching for a New Foreign Policy

Ivan Eland
Why 'Partition' (of Iraq) Is a Dirty Word

Charles Peña
Greenspan's Unsure Grasp of Economics

Sascha Matuszak
Chaos in the Great Game

Nebojsa Malic
The War Empire Forgot

Ran HaCohen
Palestine: Blood Is in the Air

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