Today's Highlights

Edwards vs. the War Party: Justin Raimondo
Tunnel at the End of the Light: Leon Hadar
Turning Around the Antiwar Movement: Marc D. Joffe
Torture Queries Fail to Stop Mukasey: Jim Lobe
If We Lose Iraq, You're to Blame: W. Astore

 Eric Margolis

Conflict in Pakistan and Kurdistan

 Naomi Wolf

The Fascist Shift

 James Bovard

Bush’s Will to Power

 Robert Dreyfuss

A Cakewalk is a Horrible Thing

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Updated November 7, 2007 - 10:14 PM EST

Bush to Musharraf: Hold Elections, Quit Army


Pakistan Courts in Lockdown, Lawyers Defiant


Does Musharraf Face Risk of a Coup?

War Funds Absent From $460B Pentagon Budget


Torture Queries Fail to Stop Bush's Justice Pick

2007 Deadliest for US Troops in Iraq
  Tuesday: 8 GIs, 35 Iraqis Killed; 15 Iraqis Wounded

Wednesday: 48 Iraqis Killed, 35 Wounded


US to Release Captured Iranians in Iraq


Turkish Troops Poised on Iraq Border


Turkish-Bred Prosperity Makes War Less Likely in Iraqi Kurdistan

90 Killed in Attack on Afghan Lawmakers
  Air Raid Kills 20 'Taliban' in Afghanistan
Iran Reaches Key Nuclear Target: Ahmadinejad
  Italian PM: Iran Has Right to Nuclear Program
Picking Up After Failed
War on Terror
 by Andrew J. Bacevich
Former Intel Officers on Mukasey and Torture  by Ray McGovern
Turning Around the
Antiwar Movement
 by Marc D. Joffe
If We Lose Iraq, You're to Blame
by William J. Astore and Tom Engelhardt
The Tunnel at the End of the Light
by Leon Hadar
Waterboarding Used to Be a Crime
by Evan Wallach

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Poll: Americans Still Want Troop Cuts in Iraq

Debate Over Diplomatic Service in Iraq Turns Bitter

CIA Rendition: The Smoking-Gun Cable

ACLU Learns of Third 'Secret' Torture Memo From Gonzales Justice Dept

Iran, Pakistan Get a Bashing from US Candidates

US: North Korea Nuclear Reversal Off to Good Start

Students Call Protest Punishment for Antiwar Protest Too Harsh

Blix: Iraq Is a Disaster,
Aussie Troops Just Symbolic
Today in Iraq

Gunmen Assassinate Iraqi Official

Thirty Bodies Found in Mass Graves Near Baghdad

Iran Reopens Two Consulates in Iraq's Kurdish Region

Report: 14 Percent of Iraqis Now Displaced

High Rents, Scarce Jobs Plague Iraq's Displaced

Kirkuk's Arabs Paid to Pack Up

Tuesday: 8 GIs, 35 Iraqis Killed; 15 Iraqis Wounded
Occupying Iraq

US-Iraq Forces Plan New Assault on Shi'ite City

Five US Marines Killed in Baghdad Bombings

Polish PM Designate Wants to End Iraq Mission

The War at Home

Hagel Suggests Possibility of Military Draft

Clinton Vows Blackwater Crackdown

Lawmakers Drop Missile-Defense Funds

Judge: Contractor Can Face Iraqi Torture Suit

The Other Wounded

Protesters Oppose Military Ads

Military May Ease Standards for Recruits

WA Port Protesters Vow to Stop War Cargo

White House Counsel Faces Contempt Charge in Attorney Firing Scandal

'War on Terror'

Poll Results: Waterboarding Is Torture

Former Spies, Generals Urge for Mukasey to Be Rejected

Judiciary Panel Approves Mukasey

Air Force General Tells Texans: Islamic Extremists Have 100-Year Plan to Dominate World

After Four Years Detention, Filipino Terror Suspect Acquitted

European Anti-Terrorism Swoop Nets 17 Suspects

Britain Hardens Laws on Terror


Afghan Bombing Raises Questions

Canadian Defense Boss Caught in Afghan Rocket Attack

Roadside Bomb Kills Three Police in Eastern Afghanistan

Norway to Send More Soldiers to Afghanistan

Air Force Grounds F-15s in Afghanistan After Missouri Crash


Bhutto Rules Out Talks With Musharraf

Escaped Opposition Figure Vows to Oppose Musharraf

Pakistan AG: State of Emergency May Only Last 30 Days

Pakistani Lawyers' Anger Grew as Hope for Changes Withered

With News Banned From TV, Pakistanis Find It on Web

Commonwealth Crisis Meeting Called Over Pakistan Ban

Australian FM Condemns 'Dictator' Musharraf

Amnesty Urges US to Ensure Weapons Sent to Pakistan Aren't Used on Peaceful Protesters

Tourist Spot Is New Frontline for Pakistani Islamists

South Asia

Nepalese Reporters Protest Maoist Killings

Sri Lankan Rebels Run Global Weapons-Smuggling Network


Myanmar Rejects UN Envoy's Bid for Three-Way Talks

Bainimarama Defends Fiji Arrests


Venezuela to Borrow $4 Billion From China, Pay in Fuel

Canadian Court Allows Human Rights Suit


Turkish PM: Iraq Attack Still Planned

Iraq Sees Smaller Chance of Big Turkish Offensive

Tens of Thousands of Turkish Troops Poised on Iraq Border

Kurdish Teens Drawn to Rebels' Ranks


US, Iran Dial Down Tensions in Iraq

Iran's President to Visit Bahrain Amid Tensions

Giuliani: US Can't Afford to Rule Out Attacking Iran

Poll: Americans Split on Iran

Iran Wants Argentina Bombing Suspects Off Interpol List

Israel vs. Iran/UN

Israeli DM: Talk Won't Work With Iran

Israel: UN Human Rights Council 'Morally Bankrupt'

Israel on Offensive Against IAEA Over Iran

Israel's War at Home

Israeli Court Won't Prevent Release of Winograd Commission Report

28 Percent of Israeli Men Avoided Conscription in 2007

Israeli Police Impersonate Reporters to Trap Palestinian


Israeli DM Says Not Right Time to Invade Gaza

Companies Warn Fuel Will Run Out in Gaza in Five Days

Cars Damaged as Missiles Hit Sderot

Israel: Egypt Must Take Action on Border

Gaza's Reflection in a Foul Threat


Turkish President: Israel, Syria Missed Many Chances for Peace

Olmert Hopes Syria Will Attend Annapolis Conference


Is Israel About to Attack Hezbollah?

Report: Israeli Warplanes Carry Out Mock Airstrikes on Southern Lebanese Towns

Lebanon's Militias Rearm Before Vote


Ethiopian Troops Accused of Attacking Somali Civilians

Fierce Battle in Mogadishu Overnight

Ethiopian Troops Close Some Streets in Mogadishu


Uganda-Based Dissident General Took Advantage of Power Vacuum

Ugandan Rebels Ask for Forgiveness


A Look at US Military Programs in Africa

Ethiopia Says Wants Talks, Not War With Eritrea

Bashir Says No Return to War in South Sudan


War Crimes Trial of Serb Ultranationalist to Start

'Sarkozy the American' Secures Warm Welcome in Washington


Mubarak Rejects Foreign Pressure

Egypt Resists Linking US Aid to Rights

Egyptian Police Sentenced in Landmark Torture Case


Justin Raimondo
John Edwards
Takes on the War Party

Philip Giraldi
Joe Lieberman's War

David R. Henderson
Veterans Day: In Memoriam

Alan Bock
The Wars Will Be Outsourced

Doug Bandow
Iran, World War III, and the Madness of President George

Charles Peņa
To Bomb, Or Not To Bomb

Nebojsa Malic
Sorrow's Home

Ivan Eland
US Has Double Standard at Home and Abroad

Ran HaCohen
The Israeli Right Has a Peace Plan

Praful Bidwai
Nuke Deal May Trigger Midterm Polls in India

Sascha Matuszak
Chaos in the Great Game

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