Updated January 15, 2004 — 7:40 pm EST

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Milosevic Trial on Video
Army Suicide Rate in Iraq Up by a Third
Tens of Thousands of Iraqi Shi'ites Protest US Poll Plans
Resistance Continues Despite the Capture of Hussein
Iranian President, Reformists Back Down From Threats
Top Iraq War Advocate: White House's 'Rush to War Was Reckless'
Tests: No Chemicals in Mortar Rounds Found by Danish Troops
Wesley Clark Made Case for Iraq War to Congress
Mass Demonstrations Against Sudden Islamization of Iraqi Law
Shi'ite Leader, Kurds Throw US's Vital 'Smooth Transition' Plan Into Confusion
The Blogger at War
by Dennis Perrin
Bush Flees Iraq Mess on the Campaign Express
by Rick Perlstein
Terrorism is Nothing More Than Murder
by Doug Bandow
Understanding Fourth Generation War
by William S. Lind
Powell's Damaged Credibility
St. Petersburg Times
Duds of Mass Destruction
Cincinnati Post
Behind the Headlines

George W. Bush, Pod Person

Most Favored Democracy
by Daniel McCarthy

Iraqi 'Blister Agent' Shells Come Up Clean
US to Begin Drawdown in Iraq
14 Killed Yesterday in Iraq
Car Bomb Kills 5 at Police Station, US Troops Kill 8 Suspected Attackers
2 Pakistanis, 1 Turk Killed in Attack on Iraq Convoy
US Demands NGOs Register in Iraq
Iraqi Resistance Takes Aim at Helicopters
Saddam POW Status Could Change
Libya Ratifies Nuke Treaty
Senator, Returning From Syria, Says Assad Held Hostage by Ba'ath Regime
US: A Bigger Stick – and No Longer Speaking Softly
USA Today War Reporter Resigns After Admitting He Fabricated Sources
1,100 Sailors and Marines Leave San Diego for Second Tour of Iraq in Months
US Journalist Quits Pentagon Iraqi Media Project, Calls It Propaganda
US Dollars Shape Iraqi Media
Kennedy: Iraq War Based on Politics
Kirkuk a Major Ethnic Flashpoint
Sean Penn Reports on Iraq 'Powder Keg'
Over 60 Bulgarian Soldiers Quit Iraq-Bound Unit
US Troops Arrest Four of Izzat's Nephews
US Soldier Dies in 'Non-Hostile Incident' in Iraq
UN Will Send Team to Iraq to Prepare for Possible Return
Gangsters Operate Own Prisons as Kidnapping Soars in Iraq
Iran Denies Foreign Scientists Helped with Nuclear Plan
Iran: Countdown to Counter-Revolution?
Why the UK Supports the US
Cleveland Imam Arrested for Lying About 'Ties' to Islamic Jihad
The Army's Stryker: A Troublesome Mix of Revolving Door and Rush to Deploy
Sri Lanka President Reveals Secret Term Extension
Sudanese Man Carrying Bullets Clears Dulles Airport, is Caught in London
'Al-Qaeda' Passenger an Innocent Leather-Garment Exporter
Victims' Families Renew Request for 9/11 Records
Clark Proposes New Anti-Terror Role for NATO
US Offers to Pay for Russia Withdrawal from Georgia Bases
Bush Downplays Military Impact of Space Exploration by Urging Other Nations to Join
Sharon: Clutching Golan More Important Than Peace
Israeli President Goes on al-Jazeera to Urge Assad to Visit
Sharon Talks of Possible Troop Withdrawal From the Gaza Strip
'This Wall Is Destroying Us'
Israeli Soldier Who Shot Activist Likely to Face Murder Charge
A Smaller Intifada Resumes
A Palestinian Asks, Who Made My Son a Suicide Bomber?
Peace Activist Rabbi Faces Trial in Israel
German Hospitals Protest Plan to End the Slavery of National Service
More News From Today
Balkans Express by Nebojsa Malic
Back to the Balkans?

A War in Search of a Reason
Eye on the Empire by Alan Bock
The Crumbling Case for War

Note to David Brooks: That Joke Isnít Funny Anymore
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? Ė
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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