Updated January 19, 2004 — 7:30 pm EST

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Milosevic Trial on Video
100,000 Iraqi Shi'ites March to Demand Elections
US Helicopter Blasts Afghan House, 11 Killed, Including 4 Children
Families Stunned, Angered by Deployment Extensions
Attack Shows Saddam's Capture Hasn't Weakened Resistance
Forget Bush's Numbers – Pentagon Budget Skyrockets
Tests Show No Blister Agent in Iraqi Shells
Coalition Aims to Crush Iraqi Pop Music
Iranian Hardliners Refuse to Back Down on Ban of Reformers
Iraqi Kurd Leader Demands Guarantees on Autonomy, Expelling Resettled Arabs
About Those Neocons: Thinking Again, or Just Wondering?
by Karen Kwiatkowski
Iraqis Hail Saddam's Demise – They Will Cheer Louder When We Depart
by Christopher Preble
The Leak That Went Awry
by Daniel Schorr
Everything Is Hyped
by Charley Reese
The Olympic Terror Threat: Some Conceptions and Misconceptions
by Christopher Deliso
Masters of War
by Doron Rosenblum
Behind the Headlines

The Neoconservative Personality
9/11 Trial Prosecutor Investigated
Rotation to Cut US Presence in Iraq
Bombers Kill Iraqis, Iraqis Blame US
Iraqis' New Missile Tactics Worry US
Annan Ready to Help US Salvage Transition Plan
Sharon Praises Envoy for Wrecking Swedish Art Exhibit
US Troops to Leave Seoul by 2006
Bush Eyes Space as New Battleground
US Military Will Stay in Georgia – Forever
Georgia's New President Marks One-Party Rule With New Flag
Baghdad Blast Shows Iraqis Are Main Victims
US Stars Hail Embattled British Iraq War Whistleblower
Surging Shi'ite Demands Put US in a Bind
Two Iranian State TV Journalists Held Briefly After Blast
'The Americans Came with Violence, and It Won't End Until They Go'
Iron Hammers in Iraq
Lebanon Refusing to Return Billions of Seized Iraq Dinars
In Baghdad, Lakes of Sewage in the Streets
Pakistan Arrests Seven al-Qaeda Suspects
Five Killed, 13 Wounded in Taliban Ambush on Afghan Military
Karzai Orders Release of Some Former Taliban
Afghan VP: Mullah Omar Not in Pakistan
13 Injured in Bomb Attack in Karbala
Nine Killed in Kashmir Gunbattle
China Urges US to Keep Promise to Oppose Taiwan Independence Vote
Protesters Oppose Canada's Role in Missile Defense System
Missile Defense in Works for Airliners
Nations to Meet on Establishing African Union Defense Force
Top Pakistan Nuclear Official Arrested in Probe
North Korea Tells US Expert: Impasses Allow Us to Expand Nuke Program
North Korea Reaches Out to Japan in a Series of Quiet Signals
Top US General Says Terror is Top Priority
Bomb Threat Diverts US-Bound Plane
French Furious Over US Treatment of Muslim Airline Staff
Northwest Airlines Admits Giving Passenger Data to Feds
In New York, a Monumental Struggle for Liberty Over Terrorism
Sharon Admits Barrier Harms Palestinian Civilians
Peres: Gov't Must Publicly Invite Syria's Assad to Jerusalem
Israel to Revise Wall: 'Megalomaniac Route Brings Us Harm'
Israel Explores Military Nanotechnology
Tom Hurndall: The Case That Wouldn't Close
Palestinian Authority Warns of Fiscal Crisis
Israel to Dispute Court's Right to Rule on Barrier
Golan Cowboy: Israel and Peace More Important Than Land
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The Crumbling Case for War
From the Most Dangerous Place on Earth by Praful Bidwai
India-Pakistan Peace Process Fragile, but Real
An American in China by Sascha Matuszak
Chinese Beats

Move On, Already: Bush as Hitler Falls Flat
Letter from Israel by Ran HaCohen
Is There Hope?
Where to Look for It
The Old Cause by Joseph Stromberg
Kantians With Cruise Missiles: The Highest Stage of 'Liberal' Imperialism

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