Updated January 20, 2004 — 11:30 pm EST

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Milosevic Trial on Video
Annan Agrees to Send UN Experts to Iraq
UN May Side With Iraqis Over US on Early Elections
British Officials Say Iraq Elections by June Viable
100,000 Shi'ites: 'Yes to Elections, No to Occupation'
Israel Bombs Lebanon, Warns Syria
Israel Admits Soldier on Bulldozer Killed by Hezbollah Missile Was Inside Lebanon
Cheney Says It's Too Soon to Tell on Iraqi Arms
US Copter Bombs Afghan House, 11 Killed, Including 4 Children
US to Spend Tens of Billions to Prop Up Iraq's Economy
Martin Luther King Day Marked With Antiwar Protests
My Secret Talks With Libya, and Why They Went Nowhere
by Gary Hart
America's Dreyfus Affair
by Eric Margolis
Two Peoples, Two States
by Leon Hader
Threat of Terrorism
by Charley Reese
Enemy of Empire
New Le Carré Book Reviewed by Bill Bell
What's Wrong With National Service?
by Bill Winter
Behind the Headlines

The Neoconservative Personality
Bush Wants Big Boost in Domestic Security Spending
Bush Blocks Extension for 9/11 Commission
Study Used Census Data for Terror Profile
US Troops Kill 3 Alleged Foreign Fighters in Iraq
Failed WMD-Hunt Harms US Credibility
Scottish Soldier Had Leg Amputated for Lack of Supplies
Tokyo Orders Japanese Media Out of Iraq
Iraq Bomber Had Half-Ton of Explosives
US Soldier Dies of Iraq Bombing Wounds
Bush's Pipe Dreams for Reconstructing Iraq
In Mideast, TV, Internet Spur Change but Losses Stalk Newsroom
Israeli Government Rallies Behind Art Vandal
Jewish Activists Opposing Israel Face Harassment
New Widow Questions Justifications for
Iraq War
Sergeant, Back From Iraq, Mourns Fiance Killed in Copter Crash
For War Widows, Return of Surviving Soldiers Brings Reality Home
Hoon Refuses to Accept Blame in Talks With Widow
Back From Exile, Kurds Demand Political Power in Kirkuk
Iraq: Blood, Bewilderment and Rage
Helicopter Defense System Suffers Problems in Iraq
Japanese Soldiers Arrive in Iraq
Most Japanese Oppose Iraq Deployment
Hundreds Rally in Tokyo, Okinawa Against Iraq Deployment
Japan to Blow $1 Billion of Taxpayer Money on Iraq
'The US Has No Idea What It Has Gotten Itself Into'
The Troublesome, Vote-Loving Ayatollah
Iraqi Cleric's Pivotal Clout
Suicide Bombing Spreads Anguish Through Baghdad Families
Kirkuk: Harbinger of Iraq's Future
US Claims it Has a 'Clearer Picture' of Baghdad Guerrillas
Iraqis Denounce Slaughter of Innocents
Shi'ite Thugs Terrorize Liquor Stores Out of Business
Afghan Leader Orders Release of Former Taliban Fighters
Three US Troops Wounded in Afghanistan Attack
US, UN Duke It Out Over Running Libya Operation
Two al-Qaeda Men Held by Pakistan May Be Handed Over to US
Ruling Party Moves to Gut Japan's Pacifist Constitution
China: Taiwan Vote Pushes Ties to Brink of Danger
Cuban Diplomat Worried Over US Intentions
US-Funded Ethiopian Military Massacres Ethnic Minority
Iranian Nobel Peace Winner: Khatami Should Resign
Militant Questioned Over Musharraf Attacks
Sharon: Syrian Peace Means Golan Pullout
Critics Want Israel to Admit, Abolish Its Nuclear Program
Israeli Govt Admits Wall Is an International PR Disaster
Israelis Shoot Deaf Palestinian Woman Working on Farm
Hamas Leader: Era of Female Suicide Bombers Has Begun
Air Power to Fill Gap in Combat Power Due to Wars
Peace May Keep Pakistan's Airline in Business with Links to India
11 Killed in Kashmir
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Iraq: A Military Critique

America 2004
Balkans Express by Nebojsa Malic
Back to the Balkans?

A War in Search of a Reason
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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