Original Letters Blog US Casualties Iraqi Casualties Contact Donate

Updated July 16, 2011 - 11:23 PM EDT

US Attack on Yemen Police Station Kills 50

41 Killed as One Million March Across Syria

With Recognition, Rebels Eye Gadhafi's Billions

Libyan Spokesman: 'We Will Die for Oil'

NATO Serviceman Killed by Afghan 'Soldier'
  Bodyguard Who Killed Karzai's Brother Was Trusted CIA Contact
  14 Former Taliban Dropped From UN Sanctions Blacklist
  Surge Fails to Curb Afghan Civilian Deaths

GOP Leader Cites Casey Anthony in Terror Case

Repression Sparking a Bahrain Brain Drain?

Pentagon: Budget Cuts Could Force a Draft Return

Why the US Won't Leave Afghanistan  by Pepe Escobar
The American Fantasy of Irreversible Victory  by Paul R. Pillar
Petraeus Gives Afghanistan a Parting Spin  by Robert Greenwald and Derrick Crowe
Temptations of Empire  by John Payne
Warning: This Article Is Illegal  by Gershom Gorenberg
Those Damned Delegitimizers  by Todd Gitlin

More Viewpoints

Read more

As US Wars Wind Down, Drones Gain New Prominence

House Antiwar Caucus at a Crossroads

US Soldier Nabbed Boarding Flight With Explosives

Court: TSA's Full-Body Scanners Do Not Violate the Constitution

Pentagon Wants a Social Media Propaganda Machine


Five Civilians Killed in Afghanistan Blast

Afghan Government Seeks to Ban Costly Weddings

Afghan Women Rally, Turning Men Red-Faced With Anger

Canada's Exit Highlights Afghanistan Challenges

Wash Post: Al-Qaeda Tool Kit Includes Training Manuals From Pakistani Spy Agency

CIA's bin Laden Scheme Imperils Health Work, Charity Says

Inside Al Qaeda's Hard Drives

Saddam Half-Brothers to Be Executed Within a Month

US Builders Indicted in Iraq Kickback Scheme

Baghdad's Legendary Al-Rasheed Hotel Reopens

A Kurdish Family's Loss Symbolizes Northern Iraq's Unmet Promise

Friday: 1 US Soldier, 6 Iraqis Killed; 50 Iraqis Wounded


Israelis, Palestinians March for Palestinian State

Former US Official Derides Palestinian UN Effort

Former CIA Official: Israel Will Bomb Iran in September
Violence in Mexico's Key Industrial Hub Continues to Spike, Rival Border Cities
12 Police Officers, Bystander Killed in Ambush on Rural Mexican Highway in Sinaloa State

Venezuela's Chávez to Boost Prison Construction

Argentine Doctor Allegedly Stole Babies He Delivered From Junta's Political Prisoners

US Extradites Ex-Army Officer to Peru Over 1985 Massacre

Book Reviews

Feeling Betrayed: The Roots of Muslim Anger at America

Midnight on the Mavi Marmara

The Story Behind the Permanent War

Robin Wright's Rock the Casbah: Rage and Rebellion Across the Islamic World

Doctors Turn on Each Other as Sectarianism Tears Bahrain Apart

Irish Fact-Finding Delegation 'Bullied' in Bahrain

Arab Spring

Yemen's Crisis Worsens as President Stays Away

Jordan Police Beat Nine Journalists Covering Demo

Clinton Sees No Return for Syria, but Future Still Unclear


West Prepares to Hand Rebels Gadhafi's Billions

Libyan Rebels Hampered by Lack of Weapons

Libya Denies Report Gadhafi Would Blow Up Tripoli
Antiaircraft Missiles on the Loose in Rebel-Held Libya
Britain to Send Four More Planes to Libya

Troops Kill Kashmir 'Militants' as Fighting Continues

US-India Nuclear Deal Drifts Dangerously

India Shrugs Off Pressure After Mumbai Blasts and Pushes Ahead With Pakistan Talks

Turkey Attacks Kurdish Towns After Autonomy Vote

Iran Sees Trade Booming Despite Sanctions

US Concern at Malaysia Crackdown on Protests

The War at Home

Foreign Spies Stole Weapons Data From US Contractor

Texas Inmate Set to Die for Hate Crimes in 9/11's Wake

Feds File Emergency Motion to Keep DADT in Effect for Now

Active-Duty Troops to March in Gay Pride Parade

Vietnam Veteran's Remains Flown to Houston for Burial, 45 Years After His Death
In Other News

Zimbabwe Military Moves on Mugabe Succession

Russian Envoy: Missile Defense Hinders Ties


Justin Raimondo
The Banksters and American Foreign Policy

Philip Giraldi
Apparently, We Are All Belarusians

Ivan Eland
Sudan's Lessons for Iraq

Ran HaCohen
Things You Can Say, Things You Cannot

Kelley B. Vlahos
Afghanistan: Leaving as Tragic as Staying

Nebojsa Malic
A Tale of Two Secessions

David R. Henderson
Is Leon Panetta a Saint—or a War Criminal?

Charles V. Peña
You Cannot Be Serious

Additional Contributors

Reproduction of material from any original pages
without written permission is strictly prohibited.
Copyright 2011