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No Middle Way: Justin Raimondo
The Nuclear Taboo: David R. Henderson
The Mystery of America: Gideon Levy
A US 'Invasion' of Korea: Catherine Lutz
Our Endangered Rights: Bob Barr

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Updated October 9, 2006 - 9:08 PM EDT
North Korea in Successful Nuke Test
  Bush: World 'Will Respond' to North Korea
  South Korea: North May Be Preparing Second Test
  North Korea Nuke Test Fans Nuclear Arms Race Fears in Asia
800 US Soldiers Wounded in Iraq in September
  Monday: 73 Iraqis, 3 US Marines, US Soldier Killed; 18 Iraqis Kidnapped
  Clash With Sadr's Militia Paralyzes Iraqi City
  Official Says 11 Soldiers Dead From Poisoning; Another Official Denies
  Northern Iraq Grows Increasingly Violent
Baker: Bush Strategy Not Only Iraq Option
  Poll: Opposition to Iraq War Reaches 61 Percent in US
NATO Commander: Afghans Turning to Taliban
  Taliban Lay Plans for Islamic Intifada
Right to Privacy Destined for Endangered List  by Bob Barr
The Right Wing's Pet Terrorist
by Michelle Garcia
Reason to Be Ashamed
by Robyn E. Blumner
A US 'Invasion' of Korea  by Catherine Lutz
The Mystery of America  by Gideon Levy
Rice's Lost Credibility  by John Prados

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Secret Iraq Meeting Included Journalists
Retired Operative Says CIA Unfairly Edited His Book
Baker: Civil War Would Engulf Entire Mideast if US Departs Iraq
Taliban Put Pakistan on Notice
In New York, Sparks Fly Over Israel Criticism
78 Suicide Bombs Launched in Afghanistan This Year
Today in Iraq
Rice 'Very Pleased' Over Shutdown of Kurdish Group's Offices in Iraq
US Casualty Rate in Iraq Worst Since Fallujah
Iraqi Sect Cancels Annual Pilgrimage
Iraqi Sunni MP Loses Legal Immunity
Iraq Moves to Tackle Corruption
Saddam Due Back in Court After Chaotic Hearing
Saddam's Lawyers Will Continue to Boycott Trial
US Offensives
US, Iraqi Troops Kill 30 in Battle With Shi'ite Militia
Iraq Raid Yields 'High-Value Target'
150 Insurgents Held in Kirkuk
Attacks Continue
Sunday: 107 Iraqis, Including 30 Militia Killed by US Forces
Two US Soldiers Killed in Fighting in Iraq
US Military Deaths in Iraq Hit 2,744
Security Developments in Iraq, Oct. 9
Security Developments in Iraq, Oct. 8
Global Iraq Fallout
Australian Poll: Bring Troops Home From Iraq Now
Inquiry Over Soldier's Iraq Death
UN Plans to Resettle Palestinians From Iraq in Canada
US Military
Guantánamo Defense Lawyer Forced Out of Navy
Respect at Issue for Corpsman, Marines
Drugs-Supply Inquiry at US Base
Battles of Britain
Police 'Exaggerated Evidence' Against British 9/11 Suspect
Suspect in UK Terror Hunt Used Veil to Evade Arrest
British Defense Ministry Funds Military 'Start-Ups'
Mullah Omar Alive and in Afghanistan, Says Top Aide
Karzai Calls in the Tribes in Bid to Oust Taliban
Afghans Hunt German Journalists' Killers
US Worries Opium From Afghanistan Will Enter US Market
Six Insurgents, One Soldier Killed in Afghanistan Fighting
China Hails Japan PM Visit as 'Turning Point'
China and Japan See Relations Improving
Rebels: Sri Lankan Army Prepares Major Offensive
'Cordial' Nepal Talks Adjourned
Rebels Ambush Philippine Airport Site
Seven Militants, Two Soldiers Killed in Kashmir
Russian Journalist Killed
Hundreds Protest at Murder of Putin's Fiercest Critic
Russians Fear Truth Targeted in Murder
Is This the Killer of Russian Journalist?
Slain Moscow Writer Was Covering Torture
Kremlin Accused Over Reporter Death
Russia Reacts to Journalist's Murder
Russia & Her Neighbors
Russia Promises to Send Troops to Defend Georgian Separatists
Georgia President Says Ready to Talk to Russia
Russian Diplomat Expelled From Lithuania for Spying
Germans Want to Press Russia on Rights
Italian Prosecutors Complete CIA Kidnapping Probe
Turkey Seethes Over French Bill to Punish Denial of Armenian Genocide
Basques Seek Common Ground to Revive Peace Process
Defiant Serb Radicals Stand by Leader Behind Bars
Latvia Coalition Government Takes Majority

USGS Confirms Seismic 'Event' in North Korea

Text of North Korea‘s Nuke Announcement

North Korea's Nuclear Capability

North Korea Nuclear Timeline
South Korean Won’t Need to Wait Long, or Look Far, for First Crisis as UN Chief
South Korea Stocks Plunge on Nuke Report

Economic Analysts React to Nuclear Test

Japan Sets Up Task Force After North Korea Nuclear Test

Japan, South Korea to Confer Over Test
Yen Falls to 7-Month Low After North Korea Holds Nuclear Test
Iran Rejects Six Nations' Demands
Iran: Sanctions Threat a 'Rusty' Weapon
Iran Stresses Willingness to Negotiate as UN Sanctions Loom
Iran Arrests Controversial Cleric and Followers
Worried Iran Reformists Threaten Election Boycott
Danish PM, Iran President Condemn Muhammad Cartoons
Iran's Ex-President Khatami to Visit Britain

UN in Talks With Israel on Completing Lebanon Pullout

Cluster Bomb Explosions Claim More Lives and Injured in Lebanon

Lebanon Delays Reopening of War-Damaged Schools

Second Beirut Teenager Dies From Wounds in Police-Rioters Clash

War Disturbs Turtles in Unlikely Lebanese Refuge
Palestinian Infighting
Gaza: No Doves in Sight
Hamas PM: Political Infighting Won't Lead to Civil War
Palestinian Unions Threaten to Expand Strike
Poll: Palestinians Split Over Suicide Bombings
Al-Qaeda Affiliate Burns Coffee Shop in Gaza Strip
Israeli Tanks Roll Into Northern Gaza Strip Following Rocket Attacks
Rejecting Criticism, Israel Vows to Press Forward With Gaza Offensive
Qatar Proposes Abbas, Haniyeh, Meshal Meet at Doha Summit
Witnesses: Israeli Troops Beat Two Handcuffed Palestinian Men at Checkpoint
Israeli Troops Kills Palestinian Militant and Civilian
Israeli Military Denies Ties to Death of Palestinian Man Near Nablus
Israel Denounces 'Threat' as Assad Says War Possible
Official Says Israel Won't Attack Syria
Beleaguered Olmert Courts Right-Wingers for Coalition
Israel Seeks to Shoot Down Rockets With Rockets
Middle East
Jordan Deplores Muslim-Bashing but Counsels Calm
Iran Backs OPEC Moves for Production Cut
As Price Slips, OPEC Moves Toward Cutting Output
Sudan: UN Uses 'Fabricated' Reports of Rights Abuses
Sudanese Troops, Rebels Spar Inside Chad
Somalia Militia Vows Islamist Rout
Desperate Somalis Swarm Kenyan Border as War Fears Grow
Zimbabwe Opposition Says No Protests Due to Fear
12 More Die in Congo Violence
Mass Anti-Chavez Rally in Venezuela

Justin Raimondo
No Middle Way

David R. Henderson
The Nuclear Taboo

Alan Bock
Denial of the Obvious

Doug Bandow
Readings in the Age of Empire

Nebojsa Malic
Back to the Beginning

Praful Bidwai
Indo-US Nuclear Deal Hits Doldrums

Ivan Eland
Kissinger Still Giving Bad Advice

Charles Peña
Know Thine Enemy

Sascha Matuszak
China's Little Capitalists

Ran HaCohen
The End of Lebanon?

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