Kosovo and Georgia: Alan Bock
Bush's Proposed Terror Legacy: Andy Worthington
Why Iraqi 'Client' Blocked US: Gareth Porter
Safe in Our Cages: A.C. Grayling
Roll-the-Dice Commander: Gideon Rachman

 Lew Rockwell

Smash the Warfare State!

 Abdulkadir Abdirahman

America's Brutal Regime Change in Somalia

 Luke Ryland

The CIA, the Neocons and the Nuke Black Market

 Adam Isacson

Biden's Plan Colombia

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Why Iraqi 'Client' Blocked US Long-Term Presence

  Americans Fret About Loss of Control Over Maliki
  US Partially Returns Control of Anbar to Iraqis

US Military Will Transfer Control of Sunni Citizen Patrols to Iraqi Govt


Tuesday: 1 US Soldier, 18 Iraqis Killed; 40 Iraqis Wounded

Decoding Pakistan's Perplexing Cease-Fire

Cease-Fire in Pakistan's Tribal Region May Let Militants Regroup


Pakistani Taliban Vow to Strike During Ramadan


Pakistan Claims Victory in Militant Stronghold

  Al-Qaeda Has Free Movement in Pakistan, Top Official Concedes
  Pakistani Tribesmen Organize Private Armies to Fight Taliban

Russia: US May Have Sent Weapons to Georgia


EU Freezes Moscow Talks as Georgians Hold Giant Anti-Russia Rally


Georgia Admits to Dropping Cluster Bombs on South Ossetia

250 Antiwar Protesters Arrested in St. Paul

US-Led Troops Kill More Afghan Kids

Dutch Report: US to Strike Iran in Coming Weeks

Sending the US to War Is Not the President's Call  by Mickey Edwards and David Skaggs
Bush's Proposed Terror Legacy: A Legal Basis for Perpetual War  by Andy Worthington
Why CIA Veterans Are Scared of McCain  by Laura Rozen
The Economics of War (Georgia Edition)  by Christopher Westley
McCain: A Roll-the-Dice Commander  by Gideon Rachman
Torture and Liberty Are Incompatible  by James Bovard

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RNC Raids Have Been Targeting Video Activists

Estimated 10,000 Protesters March on Convention in St. Paul

Iran FM Presses for End to UN Military Authorization for Iraq

Russia Seeks Int'l Police Presence in Georgia

Criminal Sanctions Unlikely Against Gonzales

Report: Israel-Syria Indirect Peace Talks Delayed

13 Journalists Killed Worldwide in August

Afghans Protest in Kabul
Over Civilian Deaths
Today in Iraq

Police: Iraq Largely Free of Foreign Fighters

Time Running Out for Iraqi Lawmakers to Pass Election Law

Lack of Electricity and Summer Are Iraqis' Problems in Ramadan

Iraqi Spokesman Rules Out Expelling Mujahedin-e Khalq

Iraqi Unable to Shake the Feeling of Homelessness

Attacks Continue

Iraqi Judge, Police Officer Survive Bomb Attacks in Northern Province

Monday: 1 US Soldier, 5 Iraqis Killed; 26 Iraqis Wounded

Occupying Iraq
Iraq Army Still Needs US Support, Commanders Insist

US Commander: Iraq's Anbar Needs Cash to Keep Out Insurgency

An Anbar Province Timeline

Report: Immunity a Sticking Point in US-Iraq Security Pact

The War at Home

Marchers Urge Republicans to Halt Iraq War

Some Turn Violent in March to GOP Convention

Antiwar Protesters Say No Halt at RNC


Canadian DM: 800 US Troops in Kandahar Just the Start of Buildup

Afghan Rebel Attack Was Well Coordinated, Say French Troops


Pakistan Aircraft Target Taliban Positions in Swat Valley

Military Halts Offensive in Pakistan for Ramadan

Pakistan Army: Militants Routed in Bajaur

Pakistan Minister: Tehreek-e Taliban, al-Qaeda Are Same Thing

Zardari May Allow Madrassas to Reopen in Return for Islamist Support in Election

Candidates for Pakistan's Sept. 6 Presidential Vote


Hindu Mobs Burn Churches in Eastern India

India Christians Shelter in Camps

Indian Maoists: We Killed Hindu Leader, Not Christians

China State Paper Lashes India-US Nuclear Deal


Normalcy Returns to Jammu After 64 Days of Unrest

Muslim Anger Over Kashmir Deal

Sri Lanka

68 Killed in Fresh Sri Lanka Violence

Tamils Live in Fear of Security Forces


Thailand's Political Stalemate Deepens

Thai Protesters Take Aim at Utilities, Airline

Thai Soldiers Deployed After Bangkok Clashes


Blast in Philippine Bus Terminal Kills Six

Philippine Army Limits Aid Workers in Violent South


Taiwan Memorial Restores Name of Former Dictator

Paraguay to Reverse Support for Taiwan at UN


South Korea Military Objectors Say Don't Jail Pacifists

Suu Kyi Continues to Shun Food


UK: 4th Man Charged With Threat on Brown

Kosovo Builds Collective Center for Displaced Serbs


Russia Warns West Against Georgia Support

EU Issues Russian Troop Ultimatum

EU Talks Tough on Russia

EU Eases Off on Economic Threats After Russia Suggests Troop Pullback

Russia Calls for Arms Embargo on Georgia Until Saakashvili Ousted

Merkel: Don't Halt Russia Dialogue Over Georgia

Possible EU Steps in the South Ossetia Crisis

Cheney to Visit Georgia as Planned

EU Will Send Monitors to Georgia

EU: No Other Country Should Recognize Abkhazia, Ossetia

For Thousands of Refugees From the Conflict in Georgia, the Fear Lingers

Caucasian Fallout

Baltic FMs to Meet Tuesday to Discuss Georgia

Russia-Cuba Ties Worry US

Australia Reconsiders Russia Uranium Deal Over Georgia

Fears in Ukraine Over Renewed Russian Might

Israeli-Georgians Protest 'Putin the Murderer'

Turkey Fires Back in Border Row With Moscow


Russia Faces New Caucasus Uprising in Ingushetia

Hundreds Rally at Ingush Journalist's Funeral


Iran, US Step Cautiously Toward Dialogue

Iran Denies Buying Russian Missiles

Iran Considers Lopping Zeros Off Currency

Bolivian President in Iran for Investment Talks


Lebanese Speaker Warns Against Serious Israeli Threats

Israel to US: We're Ready to Quit Lebanon Border Village


Palestinians Reject Partial Peace Accord

Israeli Soldier Shoots Palestinian in the Face With Rubber Bullets

Israeli Army Targets Family Over Brutality Film

Lenient Sentences for Israeli Troops Who Assaulted Palestinian

Israeli Court Orders PA to Pay $116 Million to Terror Victims

Israel to Allow Certain Palestinians to Visit al-Aqsa During Ramadan


Thousands Pass Through Rafah Crossing During Brief Opening

Israel Increases Cooking Gas Shipments to Gaza

No Joy for Besieged Gazans During Ramadan

Poll: Hamas Popularity Declining

Middle East

US, Libya Neither Friends nor Enemies, Gaddafi Says Before Rice Visit

Mauritanian Junta Unveils Cabinet After Coup


'I Will Fight Till Death,' Says Kismayo's Former Warlord-Ruler

Somali MPs Quash No-Confidence Bid Against Premier

Divided Over Djibouti Agreement, Somali Islamists Fight


Kenya Ministers Deny Fueling Post-Polls Violence

UN: Humanitarian Aircraft Goes Missing in Congo

Gunmen in Nigeria Release Israeli Hostage


In Colombia, Paramilitary Gangs Control Much of Guajira State

Rebel Violence Pins Down Thousands of Rural Colombians

FARC Car Bombing Kills 4 in Cali


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Ivan Eland
Don't Worry About Dependence on Foreign Oil

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Georgian Fantasies: Where are the Americans?

Praful Bidwai
US-India Nuclear Deal Headed for Fiasco

Charles Peņa
Georgia On My Mind

Nebojsa Malic
Mystery in Moscow

Ran HaCohen
Occupation by Another Name

Philip Giraldi
The Evil Empire Revisited

Sascha Matuszak
The Security Blanket

David R. Henderson
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