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Nuking Iran Without the Dachshund: Jorge Hirsch
Slipped His Moorings: Charley Reese
A Desert Called Peace: Nebojsa Malic
Outing Brewster Jennings: Gordon Prather
War Crimes Within War Crimes: George Monbiot

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Updated November 26, 2005 - 11:29 PM EST
'Insurgent Leaders' Called Iraqi Leader
As Vote Nears, Iraq Vows to Battle Insurgents
Gen. Casey Lectures GIs in Iraq Against Pullout
Envoy: US Ran Gitmo-Style Prison in Kosovo
Euro Satellites May Aid CIA Prisons Probe
Two Car Bombs Kill 10 in Iraq
UN Confirms Deal With Syria in Hariri Probe
Secret UK Document Accuses Israel of Breaking Int'l Laws
War Crimes Within War Crimes
by George Monbiot
In Praise of John Murtha
by Nicholas von Hoffman
Outing Brewster Jennings
by Gordon Prather
Nuking Iran Without the Dachshund
by Jorge Hirsch
Success in Iraq?  by Michael S. Rozeff
Slipped His Moorings  by Charley Reese

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Report: US Didn't Want al-Qaeda Members to Testify in Padilla Case
'War on Terror' Tactics Pull US Into a Legal Minefield
Al-Jazeera Wants Bomb Memo Answers
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Iraq a Tricky Issue for Democrats Eyeing 2008
Today in Iraq
Resistance Is Not Terrorism, Says Iraqi Sunni Leader
Iraqi Police Find Car Bomb Cache on Iranian Border
Sunnis Protest Slaying of Tribal Leader
Sunni Sheik Calls for Unity After Bombing
US Soldier Killed in Tank Accident in Iraq
US Governors Visit Troops in Middle East
Security Incidents in Iraq, Nov. 25
Trying Saddam
Saddam Trial to Be in Session for Four Days Next Week
Witness in Saddam Hussein Case Dies
Witness Safety Big Risk Before Saddam Trial Resumes
Saddam Hangman Still Loyal to Toppled Leader
Global Iraq Fallout
Iraq Says Japanese Pullout Would Lead to Violence
Japan Assures Iraq of Its Continued Assistance
Australia Sells Military Equipment to Iraqi Police
British MPs Told to Take Action on Veterans of First Gulf War
Antiwar Activists in Italy Go on Hunger Strike
Security Fears Emerge as NATO Readies Afghan Push
NATO Tries to Allay Afghan Security Fears
Swedish Soldier Dies After Afghan Bomb Attack, Three Others Wounded
Greek Army to Run Kabul Aiport
Chinese 'Deliver Arms to Nepal'
UN Panel Says Torture Is Widespread in Nepal
Jakarta Expels US Terrorism Expert
Indonesia to Buy US Military Equipment
In Chinese Uprisings, a Hidden Hand of Aid
North Korea Raps US Envoy for Remarks on Policy Priorities
New Sri Lanka President Calls for Cease-Fire Review
Senior Chechen Rebel Gives Up and Appeals to Voters
War-Weary Chechens Too Scared to Vote in 'Sham' Poll
Criticism of Kremlin Ends Career of Russian Anchor
AU Says Darfur Peace Conference to Resume Next Week in Nigeria
Darfur Talks 'Unlikely to Succeed'
American Company to Fight Pirates Off Somalia
Ugandan President Faces Questions Over Arresting Political Rival
Zimbabwe's Opposition on Course for Another Poll Defeat
UN Seeks to Calm Eritrea, Ethiopia Tensions
Senegal Won't Rule on Chad Extradition
Ivory Coast Rebels Say Cocoa Funds Their Fighters
UN Envoy Upbeat on Elections in Congo
Haiti Poll Postponed a Third Time
Venezuela and Colombia to Build Gas Pipeline
Torturing Justice
Is Europe Being Used to Hold CIA Detainees?
Britain Gives Approval to Torture, Claims Amnesty
War on Terror
Interpol, UN to Test Terrorist-Attack Readiness
US Lauds Pakistani's Terrorism Conviction
Terrorism a Threat to All, Says Queen
London Bombing Hoaxer Jailed
The War at Home
Lawmakers Criticize Army's Plan to Detail Sex Assaults
'Post-Traumatic Growth'
US in Move That May Bar Foreign Researchers
Sheehan Back in Texas for War Protest
Soviet Cold War Files
Poland Risks Ire of Russia by Opening Cold War Files
World War Three Seen Through Soviet Eyes
Soviet Plans to Annihilate Europe Revealed
Iran Weighs Timing of Uranium Restart
EU Fails to Dent Iran's Nuclear Ambition
US 'Convinced' Iran Is Pursuing Nukes
US and EU 'Losing Patience' With Iran
Iran's President Digs in as Leadership Crisis Deepens
Wisdom Prevailed at UN Atomic Meeting: Iran Cleric
Israeli Election
Report: Peres Courted by Sharon's New Party
Polls Good for Sharon, Bad for Likud
Likud Party Leaders Meet to Face Future After Sharon
Palestinian Election
Fatah Votes in Cut-Back West Bank Primaries
Jailed Fatah Leader Achieves Victory in Ramallah Primaries
EU Downplays Leaked Memo on East Jerusalem
EU Jerusalem Report Stirs Israeli Worries
Palestinian Authority Marks Opening of Rafah Border
Hezbollah Says Has Right and Duty to Abduct Israeli Troops
Clash Deepens Israel-Lebanon Tensions
Accord With Palestinians Paves Way for Israel's Entry in Red Cross
US Resigned to Waiting With Mideast Agenda Till Spring
Egypt Detains at Least 50 in Muslim Group
More Islamist Arrests as Doubt Cast on Vote Count in Egypt Polls
Egypt's Ties With Israel Bolster Islamist Campaign
Middle East
UN Deal Will See Syrian Five Probed
Turkey Vows No Tolerance of Kurd Militants
Jordan Islamists Warn New Premier Against Crackdown
Govt Source: Jemaah Islamiah Plotted to Kill Australian Ministers
Australia May Ditch Sedition Laws
Australian Military Denies US Troops Used Depleted Uranium in Training Exercises
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Campaigns to Succeed Annan at UN Are Underway
Spanish Military Sales to Venezuela Set to Proceed
Bosnian Serb to Serve 10-Year Sentence in Sweden

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A Feast of Scandal

Nebojsa Malic
A Desert Called Peace

Alan Bock
Beginning of the End

Charles Peña
The Zarqawi Dilemma

Sascha Matuszak
Who's the Boss?

Ivan Eland
The Failure of Nation-Building in Bosnia and Iraq

Praful Bidwai
Indian Nuclear Deal With US Turns Faustian Bargain

David R. Henderson
An Economist's Case Against an Interventionist Foreign Policy

Ran HaCohen
The Quiet Occupation

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

Matthew Barganier
Et Tu, Pat?

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