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Today's Highlights

Reclaim Your Sense of Outrage: John Cusack
Opposition to US Should Worry Maliki: Ivan Eland
Enabling Nuke Proliferation: Gordon Prather
Cluster Bombs May Disappear: David Cronin
Israeli Talks With Syrians Make Sense: Rosenberg

 Pat Buchanan

Was WWII Really 'The Good War'?

 Andy Worthington

Making Up 'Law' as They Go Along

 Vincent Bugliosi

Prosecute Bush for Murder

 Rep. Ron Paul

Peace and Liberty

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Updated May 31, 2008 - 8:16 PM EDT
Opposition Mounts to US-Iraq Security Deal
  Iraqi Officials Warned by US Not to Discuss Security Deal
  Sources: US Bribing Iraqi MPs to Sign Deal
  Iraqi Children Playing Soccer Blown Up by Bomb
  US Troop Deaths in May Near Lowest Level of Iraq War
  As Violence Drops in Iraq, Some Ponder Faster Troop Withdrawals
Intel Official Sees Little Progress Before Bush Exit
  CIA Claims Victories Over al-Qaeda
  Time to Talk to al-Qaeda, UK Senior Police Chief Urges
US Doubts Pakistan Force's Allegiance, Funding
  Musharraf Denies Resignation Rumors
  Pakistani Scientist Disavows Confession
NATO General Sees Long Fight in Afghanistan
  NATO Says 100 Taliban-Linked Militants Killed in SW Afghanistan
Cluster Bombs May Disappear After Dublin Accord
Dark Chapter of WWII Clouds Our Own Time  by Robert A. Levy
Enabling Nuke Proliferation
by Gordon Prather
News Anchors Praise Themselves for Prewar Coverage  by Glenn Greenwald
Reclaim Your Sense of Outrage
Scott Horton interviews John Cusack
Searching for John McCain
by Ximena Ortiz
Where Is the Outrage?  by Robert Scheer

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McClellan Would Be Skeptical of White House on Iran
Despite Evidence to the Contrary, McCain Defends Claim US Back to Pre-Surge Levels in Iraq
Bush Targets Kurdish Group, Others Under Drug Law
Shi'ites Across Iraq Protest US Presence
Army Judge Is Replaced for Trial of Detainee
Air Force Unit's Nuclear Weapons Security Is 'Unacceptable'
Taliban Militants Capture
Remote Afghan Town
Iraq Occupation
US Paying Allies to Fight War in Iraq
US Marine in Hot Water Over Christian Coins in Iraq
Defense: Marine General to Testify in Haditha Case
Today in Iraq
Some Iraqi Insurgents Agree to Reconcile
Some Iraqi Insurgents Agree to Reconcile (video)
A Female Security Force in Iraq
Iraqi PM, in Sweden, Offers 'Privileges' to Returning Refugees
Child Killed, Three Wounded in IED Blast in Diyala
Saturday: 1 US Soldier, 15 Iraqis Killed, 19 Iraqis Wounded
Friday: 23 Iraqis Killed, Five Wounded
Iraqi Oil and Power
Iraq Government Shakes Up Southern Oil Industry
Oil Talks Resume in Iraq in June
Amid Long Blackouts, Iraq MP Calls for Maliki to Sack Electricity Minister
The War at Home
2 Campaigns Flare Up Over Iraq Troop Levels
White House Doesn't Deny McClellan's Bush-to-Libby Leak Allegation
McCain Proposal for 'League of Democracies' Gains Support
US Web Services Misused by 'Oppressors'
US Military
Military Recruits Thousands More Warbots for New Unmanned Surge
Texas Army Base Raises Its Drinking Age to 21
UK Military
Blair Defends Bush on Decision to Go to War
Britain Looked to Israel When Studying Military Deception
Royal Marines Ad 'Portayed Malaysians as Terrorists'
'War on Terror'
Chertoff: Conventional Terror Arms a Key US Focus
UK Terror Law Being Used by Local Governments to Authorize Spying for Petty Offences
Release Sought of Khadr Interrogation Footage
Rice Rejects Iceland's Criticism of Guantánamo
US, Libya Agree to Try to Resolve Terrorism Claims
Ethiopia's Ambassador Signals Policy Change in Somalia

Mortars Rain Down on Airport in Puntland

Zimbabwe Opposition Head Sees Role for Ruling Party
Mugabe Ally Rejects Co-Operation With Opposition
Rwanda Army Withdraws Troops From Uganda Border
Exiled Burundi Rebel Head Returns
Guinea Risks a Coup, Warn Analysts
Germany: Deutsche Telekom Tracked Journalists' Movements With Cellphones
Putin in Paris, Not President but Presidential
Georgia Says Stopped Drone Flights Over Abkhazia
Czech President: Russian Opposition to Missile Shield Helps Domestic Support
Croatia Jails War Crimes General
Weekend Reviews
Was WWII Just as Pointless and Self-Defeating as Iraq?
Liberalism's World Wide Web
Rethinking 1948
Inconvenient Facts About World War II
Standard Operating Procedure by Philip Gourevitch and Errol Morris
The Most Unnecessary Job in the World
The Dogs of War
Flack Attack
Bush Aide Scores White House War Propaganda
US Official: No Early Iran Nuclear Estimate Update
Are Ahmadinejad's Days Numbered?
Senior Iran Cleric Slams IAEA Over Alleged Nuclear Studies
Syrian Source: Israel Did Not Ask Us to Sever Ties With Iran
Iran Expects EU Diplomat to Visit Tehran 'Soon' on Nuclear Package
Iran's Foreign Minister Slams US Foreign Policy
Afghan Journalist Freed From Iranian Custody
Iran Touts Economic Projects in Iraq
Olmert's Party Considers Ballot Over Scandal
Israeli Poll Finds Netanyahu Would Win Elections
Israel Uses Gunfire to Repel Hamas Border Rally
Hamas: Israel Uninterested in Truce
Rice to Check Why US Cancels Grants to Palestinian Scholars
US Predicts Israel Will Relent on Gaza Students
More Rockets Hit South Israel, Islamic Jihad Claims Responsibility
Israel Seeks International Peace Talks Amid Political Uncertainty
Palestinians: Olmert, Abbas to Meet
US Supplies Lebanese Army With Ammunition
Hezbollah Says Ready to Discuss Defense Strategy but Not Give Up Weapons
Lebanon's Siniora Begins Talks on Forming Cabinet
Israel to Release a Lebanese Prisoner on Sunday
Prosecutor Insists Turkey's Ruling Party Must Be Banned: Report
Four Turkish Soldiers Injured in PKK Attack
Middle East
Ten Killed in Yemen Mosque Shooting Spree
Doha Red Carpet Awaits Sami Al-Hajj
Bombs Kill Afghans, US-Led Soldier Dies in Action
Senior Insurgent Leader Reported Killed in Eastern Afghanistan
Afghan Shells Land in Pakistani Territory
Poland to Take Over Security in Afghan Province
Afghanistan Wants $500 Million to Turn Kabul Into Solar-Powered Eco City of the Future
Domestic Support Wanes, but Bush Assures Musharraf of Continued US Backing

General Calls on Pakistan to Help With Insurgents

Musharraf Flays Rumor Mongers for Sowing Strife
Pakistan Asks UN to Probe Bhutto Assassination
Pakistan Stays Out of Cluster Bomb Treaty
In Disclosure, North Korea Contradicts US Intelligence on Its Plutonium Program
US: North Korea 'Working Hard' on Nuclear Inventory
North, South Korea Nuclear Envoys Meet in Beijing
North Korea Warns South Korea Over Propaganda Leaflets
Eight Killed as Sri Lanka Captures Rebel Base
Nepal Panel Seeks Royal Properties and Assets
Thai PM Vows to End Anti-Government Protests
Indonesian Police Reports Outline Terror Links
US Donates Military Trucks to Cambodia
US Defense Secretary Issues Veiled Warning to China Not to Bully Neighbors Over Energy
Senior Chinese Diplomat to Run Taiwan Office
Two More Bolivian Provinces Weigh Autonomy
Colombia Paramilitary Bosses' Laptops Cause Stir
Chavez Aide to Keep Post in Venezuela

Justin Raimondo
Standing Up Against the War Party

Ivan Eland
Sadr, Sistani Opposition to US Presence Should Worry Maliki

Doug Bandow
Heroic Sacrifices for Foolish Causes: Memorial Days Past and Present

Sascha Matuszak
Give China Some Face

Charles Peña
Things to Remember on Memorial Day

David R. Henderson
The Fight for Memorial Day

Alan Bock
Talking About Nothing

Nebojsa Malic
Tadic's Titanic

Philip Giraldi
The Fourth Estate Fails Again

Ran HaCohen
Israel at Sixty

Praful Bidwai
One Last Push for India-US Nuke Deal

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