Today's Highlights

The Iraq War Crash: Justin Raimondo
Suffering from Iraq Syndrome?: Chernus/Engelhardt
Big Dangerous Ideas: Doug Bandow
Persian Gulf of Tonkin Incident: Leon Hadar
Coming War With Iran: Karen Kwiatkowski Interview

 Dan Ephron

Failing Our Wounded: Government throws used soldiers away

 Christopher Deliso

Failed Interventions, Criminal Courts and Lost Liberty: A Report from the Balkans

 Seymour Hersh

The Redirection: Is the Administration’s new policy benefiting our enemies in the war on terrorism?

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Updated March 2, 2007 - 9:26 PM EST
House Dems Seek More War Funds Than Bush
  Dems Nix Their Own Plan to Cut Pentagon Funds
  Senate Dems Vow to Confront Bush on Iraq but Still Working Out Details
  Poll Shows Bush Is Losing Support of Republicans
US Intel on Nukes in Doubt
  Dems Back Jones Bill to Require Congress Approval Before Iran Strike
  Iran Might Want US Help Against al-Qaeda
Fleeing Iraqis Say Extremists Control Samarra
  Bloody Thursday: 151 Iraqis, 2 Marines, Brit Killed
  Friday: 61 Iraqis, 2 GIs Killed; 39 Iraqis, 1 GI Injured
  14 Police Killed After Kidnap; Sunni Group Claims Retaliation for Rape
  Officials Tout Iraq Success While Violence Continues
Army Secretary Quits Over Walter Reed Scandal
  Army Says Walter Reed Patients Can 'Go to Starbucks' to Talk to Media
  National Guard Unprepared for Domestic Missions
US Forces Routinely Pursue Taliban Into Pakistan
  Osama bin Laden Still Alive, Taliban Commander Says
  N. Zealand Troops in Complained of US Treatment of Afghan Detainees
CIA Blunder 'Prompted Korean Nuclear Race'
  Accounting Firm Finds No Evidence of N. Korea's Money Laundering
  North Korea’s No. 2 Leader Pledges Denuclearization
Pentagon Whistleblower on the Coming War With Iran  Interview with Karen Kwiatkowski
Iraq's Answer Lies in Allied Withdrawal  by Amin Saikal
Prepare for the Great
Arab Unraveling
 by Rami G. Khouri
Persian Gulf of Tonkin Incident
by Leon Hadar
Antiwar Is Now Mainstream  by Dan Froomkin
Cheney's New Front in War on Reality  by John Nichols

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How the War on Terror Made the World a More Terrifying Place
'US Officials Regularly Meet With the Kurdish Militants'
US Religious Leaders Urge Bush to Talk to Iran
Iraq Rape Cases Emerge From the Shadows
US, Israel Begin Talks on New 10-Year Aid Plan
The Iraqi Cat: Interview With Ahmed Chalabi
US to Send Top Refugee Official to Damascus
US Faults Friends, Foes in Drug War
Sectarian Violence Shows No Mercy to Iraqi Children
Today in Iraq
Allawi’s Party Threatens to Quit Iraqi Government
Talabani Vows to Return to Work
Human Rights Watch: New Martial Law Powers in Iraq Threaten Basic Rights
New Border Rules a 'Death Sentence' for Iraqis
Baghdad Struggles to Turn on the Juice
Attacks Continue
Iraqis 'Slightly Safer' as Security Plan Bites
Bomb Targets Convoy of Senior Cleric in Iraq
Iraq Says Police Kill Dozens of al-Qaeda in Anbar
Car Bomb Kills Seven at Iraqi Policeman's Wedding
Thursday: 151 Iraqis, 2 Marines, 1 British Soldier Killed
Iraqi Occupation
US Helicopter Makes 'Hard Landing' in Iraq, Two GIs Injured
Pentagon Stays Cautious but Sees Progress in Iraq
How Much Embassy Is Too Much?
US, Iraq Forces Set for Baghdad Sadr City Push
Some Days Good, Some Not So Good for US Strykers in Baghdad
In Germany, Few Want to Play an Iraqi
Global Iraq Fallout
Hezbollah Denies US Claim on Training Iraqis
Why Did My Caring Soldier Grandson Die So Needlessly in Iraq?
The War at Home
Snow: We Didn't Create the War in Iraq
McCain Says He Regrets Comment That Lives 'Wasted' in Iraq
Cheney: Iraq Is the 'Inconvenient Truth' of the War on Terror
Democrats Split Over Iraq War Funding

Jurors in Libby Case Allowed to Leave Deliberations Early

Judiciary Subcommittee Subpoenas Four Fired US Attorneys
Are You There, George? It's Me, Ava.
The Presidential Records Act Amendments of 2007
US Military
General in Charge of Walter Reed Hospital Has Been Relieved of Command
Panel Slams Treatment of Guard, Reserves
US Vows to Continue Missile Defense Plans With or Without NATO
US Wants Missile Radar in Caucasus
Second Arraignment for Marine in Hamdania Killing
Pentagon Report Sees Spy Methods for Small Targets
'War on Terror'
US Tests Data Sweep in Bid to Net Terrorists
Senate Anti-Terrorism Debate Starts With Turmoil
Judge Rejects Request by Muslim Charity
UN Human Rights Chief Criticizes US for Detainees' Treatment
Aussie Gitmo Detainee's Life of Terror and Torture
Pentagon: Judge Dismissed Attempted Murder Charge Against Hicks
Prosecutor: Unlikely to Ask for Life in Prison for Hicks
Gitmo Detainee's Father Takes on Australian PM on Radio Talkshow
Former Gitmo Detainee Released in Bangladesh
African Troops Arrive in Somalia
Ugandan Troops in Somalia 'Not Peacemakers'
300,000 Flee as Darfur's War Crosses Into Chad
No Renewal of Truce in Uganda
Conscripts Prepare to Boost Eritrea's Defenses on Tense Border
Zimbabwe Activists Arrested

15 French Tourists Kidnapped in Ethiopia

Senegal’s President Elected to 2nd Term by Wide Edge

Libya's Qaddafi Marks 30 Years of Rule by the 'Green Book'
Iran Says Wants Atom Talks
Iran's Ahmadinejad to Visit Saudi on Saturday
Iranian Elite Force Kills 17 Insurgents in Clashes, Loses Four of Its Officers
Middle East Opinion: Iran Fears Aren't Hitting the Arab Street
US Religious Leaders Find Hope in Iran
Senior Iranian Diplomat Visits Beijing
Israeli FM: We Must Reject Arab Peace Initiative
Bloggers Declare 'End of Democracy' as Israeli Arab Becomes Acting President for a Week
Israeli Supreme Court Rejects Appeal: Hamas MPs Can Continue to Be Held
Shin Bet System to Eliminate 'Degrading' Separate Checks for Arabs at Airport
Film of Israeli Raid Raises Questions
Three Israelis Convicted of Driving Suicide Bomber
British Opposition Leader Meets Israeli PM
Israeli Troops End Weeklong Nablus Raid
EU Vows to 'Never Abandon' Palestinians
Haniyeh Vows PA Unity Government by Next Week
Israeli Military Closes Off West Bank for Holiday
Poverty Follows Palestinians' Sanctions
Pollution Adding to Gaza's Woes
Turkish Writers Watch Their Backs
TV Series Sparks Free Speech Row in Turkey
Lawyers: Kurdish Rebel Leader Poisoned in Jail
Middle East
Syria Ups Army Infrastructure Along Border With Israel
Lebanon's Hariri Accuses Syria of Blocking Political Agreement
Canada FM: We'll Take Egypt's Word for It That Accused Spy Wasn't Tortured
North Korea
State Dept Rules Out Immediate Results From Talks With North Korea
White House Claims on North Korea Nukes to Face Test
The Star of Afghanistan's Jihad
US Expects Stronger Taliban Spring Offensive
Afghanistan Regroups for Taliban Offensive
US: Opium Trade Undermining Afghan Democracy
Bomb Blast in Western Afghanistan Kills 3 Civilians, Wounds 48
Pressed by US, Pakistan Seizes a Taliban Chief
Eight Die in India Landmine Blast
Japan PM: No Proof of WWII Sex Slaves
US to Sell Taiwan $421 Million Worth of Missiles
Uzbek President Urged to Free Activists
Kosovo’s Former PM Pleads Not Guilty to War Crimes Charges
Serbia Makes New Arrests for Kosovo Killings
Close, but No Karadzic, Accused War Criminal Still at Large
Feared Security Chief to Govern Chechnya
Torture 'Systematic' in Chechnya
Battles of Britain
Papers: Spy Caused British Nuclear Fears
Blair Relies on Conservatives to Get Him New Nukes
Belarus Dismisses New US Sanctions

Crowds Outraged as Spain Sends Nearly Dead Hunger Striker Home to House Arrest

Colombia: 8 Wounded as Mayor Escapes Bomb

Cuba: Minister Says Castro Might Return to Work


Justin Raimondo
The Iraq War Crash

Doug Bandow
Big Dangerous Ideas

Alan Bock
Breaking the Presidential Pattern

Charles Peña
Our Pals in Pakistan

Ivan Eland
More Mission Creep in Afghanistan

Ran HaCohen
How to Live With Hunger

Nebojsa Malic
The Unraveling

Praful Bidwai
From Horror, an Opportunity for Peace

Sascha Matuszak
From China to Cairo

David R. Henderson
Does War Make Presidents Great?

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