Today's Highlights

Smearing Obama by Justin Raimondo
Philip K. Dick, Meet George W. Bush: Engelhardt
Vet: No Rules in Iraq: Dahr Jamail
Probe Hid Policy that Led to My Lai: Gareth Porter
West vs. Iran = Good vs. Evil?: Karel Beckman

 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 17, 2008 - 11:11 PM EDT
War's Cost: Loss of US Power, Influence
  Five Years Later: Soldiers Talk Iraq
  Iraq Vet: Rules of Engagement 'Thrown Out the Window'

Bomb Kills More Than 40 Near Shi'ite Shrine

  US Military Growing Weary in Iraq
  US Nears 4,000 Dead in Iraq
  Top General Cautions Against Rush to Transfer Iraq Security
  Poll: 7 Out of 10 Iraqis Want Foreign Forces to Leave

Monday: 2 US Soldiers, 62 Iraqis Killed, 7 Iranians; 110 Iraqis Wounded

The US Military's Assassination Problem
US Missiles Kill 20 in Pakistani Tribal Home
Exile Govt: Hundreds Killed in Tibetan Clashes
Philip K. Dick, Meet
George W. Bush
 by Tom Engelhardt
The West vs. Iran: A Simple Story of Good vs. Evil?  by Karel Beckman
A Million Dead, Nothing Learned
by Arthur Silber
Who Says the Surge Is Working?
by Terry Michael
Reviving Vietnam War Tactics
by Tom Hayden
Wiretapping's True Danger
by Julian Sanchez

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Adviser: Obama Is Pro-Israel, Willing to Go to War
McCain Visits Iraq as a Senator, but Iraqis See a Candidate’s Agenda
Seven Killed as Shi'ite Militants Clash With Iraqi Police
Is the Mahdi Army's 'Cease-Fire' Over?
Pope: Enough With Slaughters in Iraq
To Placate Moscow, US Would Keep Missile-Defense System Off for Now
UK Territorial Army to Expel Soldiers Who Won’t Go to War
Recalling America’s Heart of Darkness: My Lai
Iraq: 5 Years Later
Fateful Choice on Iraq Army Bypassed Debate
Iraq War Fades Out as TV Story
Millions of Iraqis Lack Water, Healthcare: Red Cross
Iraqi Feel-Good Stories Prove Elusive
Iraq: A Three-Trillion-Dollar War?
Iraq Museum Still Feels Loss of 2003 Looting
UK Iraq Rethink
We Didn't Think It Through on Iraq, Admits Tony Blair Aide
Brown Vows Full-Scale Public Inquiry Into Iraq
UK Tories Call for Full Iraq Inquiry
'Lack of Thought' Into Iraq War
Today in Iraq
Baghdad, a City Crushed by Grief: A Personal Accounting of Iraqi Dead
Foreign Fighters in Iraq Seek Recognition, US Says
Iraq's Turkomans Fear Kurdish Takeover of Kirkuk
Iraq's Kurds Mark Day Saddam Gassed Halabja
For One Iraqi General, a Tale of Lost Hope and Honor
America's Old Humvees Add New Luster to Iraqi Fleet
Attacks Continue
US: Suicide Vest Now Weapon of Choice for al-Qaeda in Iraq
Attack Targets Kurdish Party Office in Mosul
Baquba Clashes Leave Two Policemen Killed, Three Wounded
Nine Injured in Suicide Bombing in Northern Iraq
School Headmaster Kidnapped in Najaf
Police Patrols Find Five Unknown Bodies in Baghdad
Body of Contractor Working for Georgian Troops Found in Wassit
Seven Civilians Wounded in Mortar Attack in Mosul
Sunday: 21 Iraqis Killed, 29 Wounded
The War at Home
McCain's Mixed Signals on Foreign Policy
Despite Rhetoric, 2008 Candidates Try to Keep Iraq Options Open
Audit: Bush Barely Trims Freedom of Information Act Backlog
UK 'War on Terror'
MI5 Seeks Powers to Trawl Records in New Terror Hunt
UK Dismisses al-Qaeda Talks Call
Britain to Get US-Style Security Council
Kenya Villages Deserted Amid Military Raids
Zimbabwe Screening Foreign Journalists for 'Western Spies'
Chadian Rebel Chief Threatens Attack on Oil Region
Uganda Rebel Chief Crosses Into Central African Republic
EU Boycotts China Oil Firm Over Funding of Darfur Regime
Reporters Arrested in Irish Paramilitary Probe
Is Cuba Aiding Colombia Hostage Release?
Castro: 'Stupid' to Link Cuba to Rebels
My Lai: 40 Years Later
Survivors Reflect 40 Years After My Lai
My Lai Missing Tapes: Legacy of a Massacre
My Lai Probe Hid Policy that Led to Massacre
My Lai Massacre Remembered, but Others Forgotten
Allies of Iran's President Heading for a Majority in Parliament
EU Says Iranian Elections Were Unfair
Iran Closes Nine Magazines for Reporting on Western Celebrities
Iran Says to Attend Arab Summit in Syria
General: Presence of Israeli Ground Forces in Gaza Would Stop Rocket Manufacture
Bitter Protest in Jerusalem Over Attack at Seminary
Hamas: Anti-Aircraft Fire Aimed at Capturing Israeli Pilots
22 Arrested as Israeli Protesters Clash With Police Over Jerusalem Home
PA to Rebuild Islamic Jihad Man's House
Armed Woman Among Several Militants Killed in Afghanistan
Afghan Leader Urges 'Name and Shame' War on Graft, Drugs
Canadians Share Tips on Kandahar With Incoming US Marines
Islamabad Looking for Answers After Foreigners Targeted in Blast
Expats in Pakistan Uneasy After Restaurant Bomb
Four FBI Personnel Hurt in Pakistan Blast
New Pakistan Parliament Set to Convene
Three Suspected Saudi Militants to Return Home From Pakistan
China Declares 'People's War' in Tibet
Tibetan Protesters Torch Sichuan Police Station
Tibet Protests Spread to Other Provinces
Troops Flood Lhasa on Protest Deadline's Eve
China Invokes Panchen Lama as Tibetan Protests Spread
China's Crackdown Reaches Beyond Tibet
Chinese Seethe on Web Over Rare Riots in Tibet
Chinese Media Pours Vitriol on Dalai Lama
Tibet, Dalai Lama and Relations With China
Key Figures Behind the Future of Tibet
Global Tibet Fallout
China Blocks YouTube Over Tibet Protests
Pressure Mounts for West to Act on Tibet Talk
Dalai Lama, Watching Tibet 'Helpless'
Everest Climbers Prepare for Ban
Sri Lanka Military: Fighting Kills 30
Four Killed, 53 Injured in Grenade Attack in Northeast India
High-Level Talks Keep North Korea Nuclear Deal Alive
Thailand's New PM Defends Myanmar

Justin Raimondo
Smearing Obama

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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