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The Barr Factor: Justin Raimondo
Yoo-surping Power for the Executive: Ivan Eland
The General and the Trap: Chernus/Engelhardt
Buy McCain, Get Kagan and Woolsey: John Taylor
Petraeus May Signal Iran Attack: P.C. Roberts

 Jonathan Schell

No Nukes!

 Bruce Falconer

Shining a Light on Blackwater

 Nick Turse

That June Bug is Spying on You

 Scott Horton

Torture is a Crime

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Updated April 7, 2008 - 11:11 PM EDT
Officials Foresee No Ebb in Iraq Violence
  Reconciliation in Iraq 'Isn't Happening'
  Iraqi Women Sacrificed to the Surge
  3 US Troops Killed, 31 Wounded in Iraq Clashes With Shi'ite Militia
  Monday: 5 US Soldiers, 51 Iraqis Killed; 143 Iraqis Wounded
Pentagon Caught Between Exhaustion, Security
  Report: US No Closer to Iraq Goals
  Petraeus' Return Promises High Political Drama
  Bush to Speak About Iraq on Thursday

Zimbabwe Court Delays Ruling on Vote Count

  Mugabe Claims His Own People Rigged Election Against Him
Bush Empty-Handed as Summit With Putin Ends in Failure
Caveat Emptor: Buy McCain, Get Kagan and Woolsey  by John Taylor
Why Did US Soldier Kill Herself – Instead of Taking Part in Torture?  by Greg Mitchell
Report From Iran: Should We Really Bomb These People?  by Larry Beinhart
The General and the Trap
by Ira Chernus and Tom Engelhardt
Petraeus Testimony May Signal Iran Attack  by Paul Craig Roberts
How to Fix the Executive Branch
by Bruce Fein

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US Evangelist Compares Palestinians to Taliban
Russian Bombers Flying More Off Alaska Coast
Think-Tank: No End in Sight for Occupation of Iraq
Political Progress in Iraq 'Superficial': US Study
Feith: Iraq Attack Was Preemptive
Israel and Syria Flirt With Détente
Gaza Running on Near Empty
Sorrow, Defiance as Iraq Christians Bury Slain Priest
Iraq Occupation
22 Iraqis Killed, 92 Wounded in Sadr City Clashes With US-Backed Troops
On the Ground With US Troops in Sadr City
US Air Strike Kills Nine in Baghdad's Sadr City
Today in Iraq
Maliki Wants Sadr Militia Disbanded
Between Iraqi Shi'ites, a Deepening Animosity
Iraq: Sadr Party Faces Rising Isolation
New Law Would Recreate Iraqi Oil Company
Iraqi Widows, Orphans Left Stranded
Iraqi Police Applicants Unhappy With Delays
Palestinian Refugees Who Fled Iraq Violence Warmly Welcomed to New Life in Chile
Attacks Continue
Fighting Erupts in Baghdad After Week of Calm
Sadr City Assault Strains Cease-Fire
Baghdad's Jamila Market on Fire
Al-Qaeda Kills Seven From Iraqi Guard Unit
Hostages Freed After Iraq Mass Kidnapping
IED Blast Kills One, Wounds Four South of Baquba
Sunday: 5 GIs, 81 Iraqis Killed; 31 GIs, 126 Iraqis Wounded
The War at Home
Investigators Review $2.6 Billion in VA Credit Card Charges
Bush Aides Put Upbeat Spin on Summit
Clinton, McCain, Obama All Face Iraq War Test This Week
Clinton Makes False Claim About Her Iraq Record vs. Obama's
McCain Confused on Basra Cease-Fire
McCain Brushes Back Criticism of Iraq Stance
Hayden Aims for 'a More Cohesive CIA'
Rice's Relocation of Envoys Lauded, Criticized
A Comprehensive PBS Documentary on the Iraq War Becomes a Big Hit Online
War Is Hell at the Box Office
Zimbabwe Opposition Rejects Mugabe Call to Review Election Results
Militants Invade White Farms in Zimbabwe
Zimbabweans Prepare for Mugabe to Stay
Kenya Rivals Say Expect Cabinet Deal on Monday
Seven Killed in Mogadishu Attacks
Ethiopian Military Officers Sentenced to Death
Hamas Official: Israel Refused Cease-Fire Offer
Shin Bet Chief: Barrier Must Be Completed Before Easing Restrictions on Palestinians
Israel Begins Largest-Ever Home-Front Emergency Drill
Gaza Child Killed Close to Israel Border
Five-Year-Old Gazan Killed in Shelling of Refugee Camp
Israeli Military Kills Four Fighters in Gaza Strip
Iran to OPEC: Stop Oil Sales in Dollars
Group Keeps Fervor Up in Iranian Young
Middle East
Lebanon PM: Syria Holding Lebanon Hostage
Gazans Speak of Torture by Egyptians
Rockets Fired at Villas Housing US Oilmen in Yemen
Popularizing Islam Through TV
NATO Leaders Lower Afghanistan Expectations
Afghan Leader Hints at Reelection Bid
Govt: Afghan, NATO Forces Kill 15 Taliban
Taliban Official Arrested in Afghanistan
Britain to Send Another 450 Troops to Afghanistan
Tibetan Unrest Puts China in a Tight Spot
Dalai Lama Hits Back at China Conspiracy Claims
Dalai Lama Appeals to Tibetans Not to Hinder Olympic Games
Tibet Protesters Crash Olympic Torch Party in London
Taiwan VP-Elect to Meet Chinese Leader
Suicide Blast Kills Sri Lanka Minister, 14 Others
Seven Afghans Held, Three Militants Surrender in Pakistan's Swat Valley
12 Countries Join US in Bangladesh 'Peacekeeping' Drills
Montenegro to Hold First Presidential Vote Since Split With Serbia
Kosovo’s Actions Hearten a Hungarian Enclave
US-Russia Row Over Kosovo Escalates With Moscow Aid Shipments
Will Army Presence Pacify Mexico's Most Violent City?

Justin Raimondo
The Barr Factor

Ivan Eland
Yoo-surping Power for the Executive

Alan Bock
Toward Monarchy

Doug Bandow
Reclaiming Conservatism

Charles Peña
McCain's Foreign Policy Vision: Style Over Substance

David R. Henderson
A Liberal Politician Libertarians Can Appreciate

Nebojsa Malic
Two Anniversaries

Philip Giraldi
Neocon Valor Is an Act of Feith

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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