Today's Highlights

No Oil for War: Robert Bryce
The Iraq War Birthday Cake: Ivan Eland
Clinton's Iraq Vote, 5 Yrs Later: Jon Wiener
Innocents Have Nothing to Fear?: A.C. Grayling
Khomeini Kin Slams Ahmadinejad: O. Memarian

 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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Iraq War Costliest Since WWII

  Bomb Tolls Rises to 52 in Iraqi Shrine City of Karbala

Iraqis Don't Credit US for Reduction in Violence


Even if Dems Win, Total Iraq Exit Uncertain


Iraq After 5 Years - Only at Midpoint?

  Monday: 2 US Soldiers, 63 Iraqis, 7 Iranians Killed; 111 Iraqis Wounded

FBI at Bombed Pakistan Diner Adds to Murk

  Foes of Musharraf Dominate New Pakistan Parliament

Air Raid Kills Civilians in Afghan South

Stormy Parliament Ahead for Ahmadinejad

Tibet Exile Govt Reports Hundreds Killed

  China Vows to Hold Onto Tibet
  China Plays Victim for Its Audience

UN Police Flee Kosovo Town Under Fire

Time Invents Data to Back
Bush Abuses
 by Glenn Greenwald
Holy Week Thoughts on the War
by Ron Ferguson
Have the Innocent Nothing to Fear?
by A.C. Grayling
Dinner With Ahmed  by Scott Ritter
Iran Upstages US in Iraq  by Leon Hadar
Clinton's Iraq Vote, Five Years Later
by Jon Wiener

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Iraq Key Players, Then and Now

UK Opposition Push for Immediate Iraq Inquiry Faces Defeat

Stakes Are Enormous in Iraq for McCain

How Will the Iraq War End?

CIA Expands Legal Protection for Agents

Audit: FBI Watchlist Data Error-Riddled

Bush Defangs Watchdog for Spy Agencies

Khomeini's Granddaughter Slams Ahmadinejad
Cheney in Baghdad: Iraq Invasion Was 'Successful Endeavor'
Today in Iraq

Karbala Sadr Followers Accuse Maliki of 'Liquidation' Plot

Ordinary Life in a Broken Country

Pope Tells Iraq: Honor Dead Archbishop With Peace

In Tikrit, Saddam's Memory Lives on in Watches

Refugee Crisis

Jordan to Host Meeting on Iraq Refugees Tuesday

UN Refugee Agency Says Iraq Fueling Rise in Asylum Seekers

Iraq Turning Into a Nation of Refugees

Displacement of Iraqis Takes Heavy Toll

Attacks Continue

Sectarian Attacks Drive Christians From Mosul

Three Unknown Bodies Found in Mosul

Two Attacks Wound Four Civilians in Nineveh

Monday: 2 US Soldiers, 63 Iraqis, 7 Iranians Killed; 111 Iraqis Wounded
Occupying Iraq

General Goes on Propaganda Jaunt to Highlight Calm in Baghdad District

McCain Upbeat About War on Visit to Iraq

Maliki, Cheney Discuss US-Iraq Long-Term Agreement

Cheney Lauds Iraqi Officials for Passing Key Laws

The War at Home

Anniversary Highlights Iraq War's Role in Campaign

US Vets, Active-Duty Soldiers From Iraq and Afghanistan Testify About the Horrors of War

Clinton Would Ban Armed Private Military Contractors in Iraq

Clinton Says Iraq Surge Hasn't Accomplished Goals

Over 500 Gather in San Francisco Unitarian Church to Protest Iraq War

'War on Terror'

'Al-Qaeda' Says Austrian Hostages in Tunisia Have a Week More

'State Secrets' Privilege Fuels Surveillance Bill Battle

US Adapts Cold-War Idea to Fight Terrorists


Suicide Attack Kills Seven, Including Three NATO Soldiers

Germany's First Suicide Bomber

NATO Nears Accord to Use Russian Land for Afghanistan Supplies

Poland to Send More Soldiers to Afghanistan in Autumn


New Pakistan Parliament Convenes

Lawyers Warn Musharraf's Judges to Lay Off Parliament

Swat Valley Bomb Attack Targets Police


US: Colombian Attack on Rebels in Ecuador Justified

Colombia to Pay Reward to Rebel Who Shot Commander

Colombia Asks Mexico to Probe Ties With Rebels


Venezuela's Navy Plans to Build Torpedoes, Mines


British Defense Secretary Seeks to Gag Coroners Over Troop Deaths

Albania Minister Quits Over Blast


Iran Election Results No Victory for Ahmadinejad, Says Spokesman

Iran Reformists Question Conservative Gains

US Slams Iran Electoral Process

Iran Rejects Criticism of Election

Merkel Urges Diplomacy on Iran

Cheney Wants Arab Envoys to Curb Iran's Influence

For Iran, Iraq Is a Two-Edged Sword
Mideast Peace Talks

Hamas, PLO Delegations Head to Yemen for Talks

Israel, Palestinians Resume Suspended Peace Talks

Israel-Syria Talks Could Resume Soon After US Elections

PA Downgrades Renewed Talks to Protest Settlement Construction


Israel Still Building in East Jerusalem

PA Poll Finds Israel's Gaza Raids Boost Support for Hamas

Israel Approves Lawsuits Against PA Over Suicide Bombings

Israel on High Alert Near Lebanese Border

Israeli Refuseniks Trigger Shame Campaign, Counter-Campaign

Israeli Arab MP: Top Rabbis Should Condemn Rulings Calling for Revenge Attacks on Arabs

'Arab Financial Offensive' on US Companies Concerns Israeli Analysts

Slain Jihad Operative's Son: 'Our Entire Family Has Turned Shi'ite'

Rachel Corrie Play Opens in Haifa

Israel's Shin Bet Launches Blog


Turkey's Erdogan Fights Back at Attempts to Ban His Party


China Defends Response in Tibet

China Parades Tibetan Prisoners on Streets

China Crackdown Silences Tibet Protests

Olympic Chief Says No Calls for Beijing Boycott

Chinese Policies Led Slowly to Backlash in Tibet

Tibetans Criticize Dalai Lama's 'Middle Way'

Nepal Police Fire Tear Gas at Tibetan Protesters

Rights Group Demands Tibetans Be Allowed to Protest, Seeks Releases

Far-Flung Tibetans Find Unity in Protest


Private Army to Patrol Mogadishu's Bakara Market

Rights Group: Kenya Poll Violence 'Meticulously Planned'

Analysts: Congo Unable to Disarm Rebels

Zimbabwe Screening Foreign Journalists

Warlords Turn to Ivory Trade to Fund Slaughter of Humans

'Deadly Clashes' in the Comoros


After Kosovo Violence, NATO Vows to Restore Order

UN Forces Face Grenade Attacks in Mitrovica

Serbia Says Working With Russia on Kosovo Response


Russian MPs to Press Government on Recognizing Rebel Regions

Gates Cautious About Russia Talks

US, Russians Talk Missile Defense

Bush Sends Putin 'Very Serious Letter'


Justin Raimondo
Smearing Obama

Ivan Eland
For the Iraq War's Birthday, Slice the Cake

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

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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