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Fallon Leaves, Will Iran War Follow?: Alan Bock
Living by the Sword: Rep. Ron Paul
Rules of Citizenship: Charley Reese
Probe Hid Policy that Led to My Lai: Gareth Porter
Unwilling to Nuke?: Gordon Prather

 Geoff Millard

Winter Soldiers Speak Out

 Gary Barnett

Public-Private Surveillance State

 Chris Floyd

Admiral Fallon's Empire

 Gareth Porter

Admiral Fallon's Dismissal

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Updated March 16, 2008 - 11:00 PM EDT
After 5 Years in Iraq, Who Won?
  Stolen Oil Profits Keep Iraq’s Insurgency Running
  Iraqi Civilian Deaths Rise Again
  Protesters Across the World Condemn Iraq War
  Watch Live: Eyewitness Accounts of the Occupations
  Sunday: 21 Iraqis Killed, 29 Wounded
My Lai Probe Hid Policy that Led to Massacre
  My Lai Marks Massacre's 40th Anniversary
  My Lai Massacre Remembered, but Others Forgotten
Conservative Split in Iran Vote
  Reformers Gain in Iran Vote, Despite Being Barred
US Missiles Hit House in Pakistan, Killing 20
  US Tones Down Praise for Musharraf
  Pakistani Discord Undercuts Vow to US to Fight Militants
At Least 80 Reported Killed in Tibetan Protests
  Tibetan Govt-in-Exile Demands UN Intervention
  China Gives Tibetan Protesters Surrender Ultimatum
US-Cuba Relations: The Default Should Be Freedom  by Rep. Jeff Flake
Cuckoo in the Nest  by Werther
Counting the Spiralling, Elusive Costs of War in Iraq  by Bunn Nagara
Living by the Sword  Rep. Ron Paul
Rules of Citizenship  by Charley Reese
Unwilling to Nuke?  by Gordon Prather

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Americans Upset With Current Position in the World
UK Army PR Stunts Anger Families
Aloft, With a Silent Companion
McCain Tells Brits to Commit to Long Afghanistan War
Threats to Israel Are Threats to US, Says Merkel
McCain Heads to Iraq, Mideast to Burnish Image
Talk to al-Qaeda, Taliban, Hamas, Says Former Top Blair Aide
Why Shariah?
Jews Vote in Iran Election
Iraq: Five Years Later
Five Years On: Baghdad Remembers 'Shock and Awe'...
Iraq Violence Drops, but for How Long?
Anniversary of Invasion: Iraq Five Years On
The Soldier's Tale: Return From Iraq
UN: Drop in Iraq Violence May Not Last
For One Iraqi, a Country Lost
Iraq Occupation
US Draws Portrait of Iraq Bombers
UN Says Iraqi Politicians Wasting Security Gains
Friend's Death Shows Cost of Iraq War
American Contractor Working as Interpreter Killed in Iraq
Today in Iraq
Police Arrest Dozens After Clashes in Iraqi City
Ticking Bomb of Iraq’s Forgotten Refugee Children
Iraqi Police Release 53 Prisoners in Fallujah for Lack of Evidence
Deadline for Dissolving Anbar Local Council Sunday, Says Iraqi Tribal Leader
Iraq to Hold National Unity Conference
Saturday: 1 US Soldier, 20 Iraqis Killed, 55 Wounded
British Iraq Fallout
Thousands Protest Over Iraq, Afghanistan in London, Glasgow
Unlawful Killing Verdict Over Basra Bomb
Afghan Detainee to Appear in Gitmo Court
The War at Home
Pair Who Lost Son in Iraq Vow to Keep Pressing US
Firebombs Hurled Into Home of Jewish Agency Representative in US
Small Rally in DC Wants to Build Counterweight to Antiwar Movement
Clinton Defends Role in Northern Ireland Peace Process
Thousands Protest Iraq War in Hollywood
San Diego: Rally, March Marks 5th Anniversary of Iraq Invasion
Iraq Protest, Attempted Blockade at Chevron Refinery in San Francisco Bay Area
Marchers Take to Streets in Portland to Protest Iraq War
Maine: Activists Demonstrate Against Iraq War
On Iraq's Fifth Anniversary, Michigan Protesters Remind Midlanders of War's Toll
US Military
Judge Rules Enough Evidence to Try 3 Soldiers for Murder
Wounded Warrior Shares Her Stories from Iraq and Afghanistan
Military Training Plane Crashes in Alabama; Two Killed
F-16 Wreckage Found in Arizona, but Pilot Still Missing
'War on Terror'
Army Judge Orders US to Name Canadian Detainee's Interrogators
Innocent Terrorism Suspect to File for Compensation From Australia
Albania Munitions Blast Kills 5, Injures 243
Russia Authorities Deny Putin Assassination Attempt
Hundreds Protest US Missile Shield in Prague
Police and Protestors Clash on Hungarian Holiday
US Signs Visa Deal With Baltic Countries
Web Report: Austrians Held Near Mali Town, Talks Begin
Chad and Sudan Sign Non-Aggression Pact
UN Demands That Rebels in Congo Disarm
Americans Keep Dying
Woman in Labor Learns That Her Soldier Brother Died in Afghanistan (CA)
Civilian Translator From Honey Brook (PA) Killed in Iraq
Evanston (WY) Soldier Leaves Behind Wife and Infant Daughter
Indiana Soldier Dies From Burns Suffered in January Afghanstan Bombing
Family Mourns Soldier (TX) Who Had Turned His Life Around
Oklahoma Soldier, Son of JROTC Instructor, Killed by IED in Iraq
Douglas (AZ) Staff Sergeant Killed While Serving in Iraq
Starkville (MS) Soldier Killed in Suicide Bombing in Iraq
Bucks County (PA) Soldier Killed by Suicide Bomb Attack in Iraq
Weekend Reviews
The Longest War?
Human Smoke, by Nicholson Baker
Familiar Yet Essential Information About American Policy Post-9/11
Israeli Historians Explore Palestinian Collaboration With Zionists
Conservatives Keep Control of Iran Assembly
Poll 'Success' Cheers Iran's Embattled Reformists
Larijani Calls on Pro-Ahmadinejad Camp to Amend Policies
Brothel Shame of Iranian Moral Enforcer
Hamas Says It Can Hit Israeli Helicopters With Seized Guns
Palestinian Old Guard: Defiance, Regret
Mideast Players Differ on Approach to Hamas
Israeli West Bank Outpost Hurt US Relations: Minister
Israeli Deputy PM Says Outposts Should Be Dismantled
Four Gaza Militants Killed in Israeli Raid
Shin Bet: No Evidence of Far-Right Plot to Avenge Jerusalem Yeshiva Massacre
Israeli Air Raid Injures Three Palestinian Activists East Gaza
China to Supply Crime-Fighting Gear to Palestinians
Middle East
Turkish PM Attacks Proposed Ban on His Political Party
Egypt’s Islamists Warn of Violence
Damascus Interested in Peace Talks
Top Saudi Cleric Calls for Writers' Deaths
NATO Says Near Deal on Russian Afghan Help
Militants Destroy Another Mobile Telecom Signal Tower in Afghanistan
Poverty Not Main Factor Driving Afghan Drug Crop
Bomb Attack in Afghanistan Kills Child
Two Dead in Afghan Suicide Blast Near Foreign Troops
Afghan Woman Voted Off 'Idol' Show
Reports: German Turk Behind Suicide Attack on US Afghan Base
Sweden to Send More Troops to Afghanistan
Canadian Protesters Demand Withdrawal of Troops From Afghanistan
Blast Kills 2 at Restaurant in Pakistan
For First Time, Foreigners Are Target of Pakistan Blast
Bhutto Party Says PM Candidate to Be Named Next Week
Pakistan Without Danish Ambassador for Two Years
Chinese Security Forces Swarm Tibet
Chinese Forces Say They've Secured Tibet's Capital
Tibetans Clash With Chinese Police in 2nd City
Uneasy Calm Follows Tibet Rampage
Tibet Monks Angered by China's Controls
Dalai Lama – a Thorn in China's Side
Tense Times at Tibetan Monastery
Hu Jintao Re-Elected as President Amid Tibet Turmoil
Global Tibet Fallout
Tibetans Exiles Hold Protests Worldwide
Tibetans in India Seethe With Anger at China Crackdown
Swiss Police Use Tear Gas at Tibet Demo
Several People Are Injured at Chinese Consulate Protest in Midtown Manhattan
Foreign Tourists in China Not Allowed Into Tibet
US Issues Travel Warning for Tibet
China Gambles That Tibet Crackdown Won't Bring Olympic Boycott
Taiwan Election Augurs Detente for Old Foes
No Dramatic Thaw With China Likely After Taiwan Poll
Key Facts About Taiwan's Election
Bios of Taiwan's Presidential Candidates
Taiwan's Modern Political History
Car Bomb Kills 2 in Thailand
Thailand: Seeking Recognition for a War's Lost Laborers
Sri Lanka Bombs Rebels, 39 Tigers Killed in Fighting: Ministry
Rebels Attack Indian Security Personnel Camp in Northeastern State
Malaysian PM Ignores Calls to Resign
Democracy in Myanmar a Fantasy, Says UN Envoy

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Pure Fantasy: Colombia's Laptop Revelations

Alan Bock
Fallon Leaves: Will Iran War Follow?

Doug Bandow
Mr. Adams's Last Crusade

Nebojsa Malic
Not So Fast

Charles Peña
The Golden Rule

Philip Giraldi
Surging in All Directions

Ivan Eland
Happy Birthday, DHS!

David R. Henderson
Support Our Troops – or Judge Them?

Ran HaCohen
Israel Says 'No'

Praful Bidwai
India to Pay a Price For Launching Israeli Spy Satellite

Sascha Matuszak
The Dragon or the Snake?

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