Today's Highlights

Bush's Bad Business Empire: Engler/Engelhardt
Big Lies and Little Lies: Rep. Ron Paul
Engagement: An Exit Strategy: William S. Lind
Anatomy of a Disaster: Alan Bock
Axis of Hardliners: Norman Solomon

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Updated November 6, 2005 - 11:23 PM EST
DIA Warned Bush Team of Intel Doubt
FBI Scrutinizing Ordinary Americans
US General: Iraq Insurgent Attacks Will Go On
Chalabi Meets With Iran President on Way to US
Pentagon Kills Bonuses After Guards Re-Enlist
House-to-House Fighting as US Leads Major Iraq Offensive
Axis of Hardliners, From Tehran to Washington  by Norman Solomon
Syria & the UN: Another Polarizing Double Standard  by Salim Lone
Harmful to National Security
by Gordon Prather
Neocon Cabal's Dilemmas
by Norman Levine
Big Lies & Little Lies  by Rep. Ron Paul
Engagement: An Exit Strategy
by William S. Lind

More Viewpoints

Bad Business Empire

by Mark Engler and Tom Engelhardt
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Azerbaijan Ruling Party Claims Election Win
Leaders Fail to Agree on Free Trade Talks
Britain's Niger Connection
White House Tries to Keep Distance From Leak Case
Spy Story That Has Enmeshed Bush
Italians: We Didn't Dupe Bush
Senate Panel Squabbles Over Iraq Intel Inquiry
No Bush-Chalabi Meeting: White House
Cheney Seeks CIA Exemption to Torture Ban
Senators Take on Bush With Torture Ban Proposal
'Gulag' Leak From CIA Men
Sadr on the Rise Again,
This Time in Political Arena
Today in Iraq
In a Shi'ite City, Days of the Dead
Iraq's Sunni Arab Group Demands DM's Dismissal
US Soldiers Search Iraq for Deadly IEDs
Darkening Mood Overtakes Baghdad Bookstore
Travel in Iraq, Still Risky, Does Improve
Iraq Shows Signs of Hope, Uncertainty
Attacks Continue
Four More US Soldiers Killed in Iraq Fighting
11 Members of One Family Killed in Ambush Northeast of Baghdad
Iraq's Sunni Party Member Killed in Baghdad
Security Incidents in Iraq, Nov. 6
Security Incidents in Iraq, Nov. 5
Indian Minister Braves Storm Over UN's Iraq Report
Indian FM 'Won't Quit' Over Probe
India Given Reminder of Ruling Class Penchant for Pay of Foreign Powers
Russia Ex-Official Denies Oil-For-Food Tie
Global Iraq Fallout
Egypt Islamists Plead for Hostages in Iraq
Morocco Envoys to Stay in Iraq Despite Al-Qaeda Threats
Japan to Write Off 80 Pct of Iraq's Debt
Battles of Britain
UK Army: 'We Let Down Our Iraq Troops'
UK Doctors: Iraq Battle Stress Worse Than WWII
MPs Unite for Inquiry Into Blair’s Conduct Over Iraq
The Nuclear Deterrent Nukes
Parties Unite to Block Return of IRA Fugitives
Americans Keep Dying
Ohio Marine Knew He Would Not Return From Third Iraq
Three 101st Soldiers Killed by Roadside Bomb
Fairfax (VA) Soldier Discovered His Calling Through Family
Michigan Marine, 25, Killed in Iraq
Four Fort Campbell Soldiers Killed in Iraq
Two Northern Marianas Troops Killed in Iraq
Fallen Soldier (MO)
Long Island (NY) Marine Killed in Iraq
Wheat Ridge (CO) GI Dies in Kuwait
Southwest Ohio Soldier Killed in Iraq
Illinois Policewoman Dies in Iraq
Soldier (TX) Remembered as a Medic Who Cared
Missouri Man Among Three Dead in Iraq Attack
Army Captain From Turlock (CA) Dies in Iraq
Soldier From Surprise (AZ) Killed in Iraq
Simi Valley (CA) Soldier Killed in Iraq
Soldier From Pembroke Pines (FL) Killed in Iraq
Ohio Soldier Dies in Iraq
Evans (CO) Man Killed in Iraq
GI From Hudson (WI) Killed in Iraq
In Memory of a Soldier (CA)
Four 3rd ID (GA) Soldiers Killed
Iraq Bomb Kills Wisconsin Soldier
Family and Friends Remember Wisconsin Soldier Killed in Iraq
Michigan Marine Killed in Iraq by 'Indirect Gunfire'
UN, NATO Play Down Threat of Paramilitary Groups in Kosovo
Kosovo, Parts of Macedonia, Serbia Should Be Annexed to Albania – Albanian Leader
NATO Wraps Up Its Kosovo-Wide Military Exercise
Former Finnish President Named as UN Envoy for Kosovo Talks
Russian FM to Visit Kosovo Ahead of 'Decisive' Talks
War-Weary Chechens Eye Ballot Box
New Russia Holiday a Mystery for Many
Bush Is Single Target of Multiple Complaints
Bush Panama Visit Expected to Be Easier
In Brazil, More Protests May Await Bush
US Says It Honors Venezuela Contract
Panama Angry Over US Weapons Left Along Canal
In Other News
Philippines Jails Suspected Terror Chief
Germany's 'Grand Coalition' Descends Into Disarray
UN Ignored Corruption Findings, Claims Bolton
UK War on Terror
British Terror Suspect Had US Images
Blair Prepares to Surrender on Terror Laws
Blair Slams 'Woeful Complacency' of Terror Bill Rebel MPs
Global War on Terror
Bin Laden's Deputy Leads al-Qaeda Into Battle for Muslim Hearts and Minds
Al-Qaeda Woos Recruits With Nuclear Bomb Website
Science Project Causes Bomb Scare in Pa.
US Military
Army Engineers Plot Fight Against Iraq Bombs From Ozarks Base
Indelible Memories For Veterans of Iraq
Pentagon to Track Troop Health After War
The War at Home
Spending Inquiry for Top Official in US Overseas Broadcasting
Democrats Move to Exploit Iraq Missteps
Kissinger Discourages Exiting Iraq Early
Journalists Again Lose Appeal in Wen Ho Lee Lawsuit
After 34 Years, His Antiwar Song Is Still Not Out of Style
Iran Seeks Foreign Partners for Uranium Enrichment
Iran Says It Asked Annan to Delay Visit
Suicide Bombers on Iran Kids' TV
Jenin Boy, Shot by Troops Who Mistook His Toy Gun for Rifle, Dies
Hamas Asks to Relocate Offices to Egypt, Jordan
Mofaz: Israel Trying to Advance Opening of Rafah Crossing
Rabin Assassin Demands New Trial
Middle East
Syrians Face Hariri Questions
US-Backed Arab TV Network to Be Investigated
Egypt Islamists Aim to Placate Ruling Party
Bush to Welcome Yemeni President
Three Guantanamo Detainees Return Home to Bahrain
Azerbaijan Electing New Parliament
A Short History of Azerbaijan
Summary Box: Azerbaijan Holds Elections
Azeri Opposition Leaders Arrested
14 Insurgents Killed in Afghanistan: US Army
Policeman Killed in Taliban Attack in Central Afghanistan
NATO on Target for Afghan Expansion: NATO Official
Fitness Instructor Plans First Afghan Women's Party
India Delays Opening Border With Pakistan
India to Open Only One Kashmir Crossing Point
Indian Troops Kill Two Rebels Along De Facto Kashmir Border
'My Son Is Gone – My World Is Gone With Him'
India to Buy Israeli Drones in 220 Million Dollar Deal
Six Foreign Al-Qaeda Suspects Killed in Pakistan Blast
US 'Alarmed' by Possible Alliance Between Nepal Parties and Maoists
Nepal Parties Deny Having Alliance With Maoists
East Asia
Japan Sees Shared Role With China in Asia
Japan, North Korea Fail to Reach Agreement
US, Japan May Propose North Korea Human Rights Group
North Korea Chafes at UN Human Rights Plan
Sudan's Largest Rebel Group Disbands
Sudan VP: Darfur Peace Deal Possible by Year-End

US Studies Imposing Sanctions on Sudan

42 Killed in Ethiopian Unrest
United Nations Report Accuses Ivory Coast of Rebuilding Air Force
Security Council Team in Congo
Weekend Reviews
Why We Rely Too Much on the Military
The State Eviscerated
The War of the Liberals
Thou Shalt Kill, or Not?
Confessions of a Marine

Justin Raimondo
Smearing Fitzgerald

Alan Bock
Anatomy of a Disaster

David R. Henderson
Who Is 'We'?

Nebojsa Malic
Once More, With Feeling

Ivan Eland
Medals for Libby, Rove, and Cheney?

Praful Bidwai
India Abandons Global Nuclear Disarmament

Charles Peña
Iraq by the Numbers

Ran HaCohen
The Quiet Occupation

Sascha Matuszak
Free the Diplomats

Joseph Stromberg
An Anti-Imperialist's Reading List: Part Two

Matthew Barganier
Et Tu, Pat?

Additional Contributors

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