Today's Highlights

Back to the Future: Justin Raimondo
Cheney Misstates Military Oath: David Henderson
Has Libby Learned Nothing?: Elizabeth de la Vega
How the 1967 War Doomed Israel: Tony Karon
US Missile Defense Splits Europe: Zoltán Dujisin

 Robert A. Pape

Suicide Terrorism is Caused by Foreign Occupation

 Steve Clemons

Cheney Trying to End-Run Bush, Start Iran War

 Jim Lobe

Faction Fights in DC, Iraq

 Ivan Eland

America’s Counter-Productive Pakistan Policy

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Updated June 4, 2007 - 11:22 PM EDT
GIs Face Bloody Start to June in Iraq

Iraq al-Qaeda: Captured Troops Were Killed

  Commanders Say Push in Baghdad Is Short of Goal
  Turkish Forces Shell Northern Iraq

Monday: 1 GI, 53 Iraqis Killed; 40 Iraqis Wounded

General Sanchez: US Can't Win in Iraq
  US Ambassador: Amnesty Possible for Iraq Insurgents
  Ambassador Sees Long-Term Effort in Iraq
Potential Threat Seen in America's Backyard
  Alleged Plot's Damage Would Have Been Limited
  Papers Portray JFK Plot as More Talk Than Action
Putin, Reacting to US, Issues Threat on Europe
Heavy Fighting in Sri Lanka Leaves 82 Dead
Bush's Latest Appalling
Historical Analogy
 by Fred Kaplan
Joan Crawford Does
Foreign Policy  
by Arthur Silber
Stopping the Torture Flights
by Anthony D. Romero
Has Libby Learned Nothing?
by Elizabeth de la Vega and Tom Engelhardt
Misreporting China's Military Power
by Jonathan Power
Dick Cheney's Dead Wrongs  by John Nichols

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Iraqi Sunni Party Seeks Anti-Maliki Front
Mercenary Firms Fear Bloodbath in Iraq
The Lady and the Veep
Ark. GOP Head: We Need More 'Attacks on US Soil' So People Appreciate Bush
US Missile Defense Splits Europe
Catholic Priest Shot Dead in Iraq
Today in Iraq
Civilian Death Toll in Iraq Spikes in May
Local Tribes in South Iraq Set Up Schools
Baghdad Merchants Wonder if Blast Walls Are Worth It
Iraq Occupation
Investigator Faults Colonel for Actions During Haditha Killings
US, Iraqi Troops Clashes With Mahdi Army Militia in Iraq
Zones for Iraqi Industry to Support US Military
US and Iraqi Forces Kill 7 and Destroy Fallujah Truck Bomb Factory
Attacks Continue
US Thwarts Attack on Baghdad's Green Zone
Iraq Bombings Kill Shoppers, US Soldiers
'Mis-Timed' Bomb Kills 10 Iraqis
Sunday: 15 GIs, 106 Iraqis Killed; 115 Iraqis Wounded
The New Iraq
UK Plan to Withdraw Troops From Iraq
A Teen's Flight From Iraq
The War at Home
Democrats Focus on Iraq in Contentious 2nd Debate
Most in South Carolina Object to Bush War Policy
Pope to Bring Up Iraq 'Problem' With Bush
Japanese Americans Converge on Internment Site for Anniversary
Terror of the Caribbean
'Terror Plot' to Attack JFK Sparks Fears of Radical Islam in Caribbean
Former Guyana MP Quite Surprised as US Accuses Him of Airport Plot
Trinidad Islamic Group Under Scrutiny
Informant Plays Key Role in JFK Plot
Murtha: Iraq War Incites Homegrown Terror Groups
'War on Terror'
US Shows Signs of Emulating Israeli 'Targeted Killings' Policy
Homeland Security to Construct Detention Facilities in US
The Tortured Lives of Interrogators
Gordon Brown Plans Harsh New Anti-Terror Laws
US Strike Killed Six Tied to al-Qaeda, Somalis Say
US, UK Militants Killed in Somalia After US Strike
Jihadists Say No Casualties in 'Random' US Strikes on Somalia
Suicide Bomb at Somali PM's Home Kills Seven
Six Russians Abducted in Nigeria
Four Dead in Algerian Violence Tied to Rebels
Opposition in Senegal Boycotts Vote
Prague Has Cold War Edge Before Bush Visit
Litvinenko Wife Rejects MI6 Claim

As Relations Sour, British Cultural Wing in Russia Faces Growing Litany of Charges

Chechen President Insists That Torture Video Is Rebel Plot
Kazakh Leader's Son-in-Law Freed on Bail
Report: Ahmadinejad Says Israel's Destruction Getting Close
Gates Won't Rule Out Attacking Iran, Says More Sanctions Are Needed Immediately
Ahmadinejad: Iran 'Invincible' in Nuclear Standoff
Iran Blasts 'Interference' Over Detained Iranian-Americans
Iran and Egypt to Discuss Renewing Diplomatic Ties
Beirut Paper Claims Refugee Camp Militants Planned '9/11-Style Attack'
Lebanese Army Continues Heavy Shelling on Refugee Camp
Fighting Spreads to Refugee Camp in South Lebanon
In Fight Against Militants, Lebanon Bolstered by US, Gulf Countries
Families of Lebanese Soldiers Slain in Refugee Camp Battle Laud 'Martyrdom'
Olmert Rejects Hamas Call for Cease-Fire, Pledges to Continue Attacks
Hamas Rejects Gaza-Only Cease-Fire
Hamas Attack Wounds Four Israeli Soldiers
Israeli Settler Cleared of Murder Charges in 2005 Attempted Lynching
A Holy City Still Divided
Israeli FM Says She Wanted a One-Day Lebanon War
Aid Money Disbursed to Palestinians
Israel Spurns Rocket Defense System Used by US, UK in Iraq
Gazans Dream of Escape From Violence
IDF Training Exercise Sparks Fire, Damages Future Nature Reserve
Middle East
Golan's Druze Wary of Israel and Syria
Shi'ite Revolt Continues in Yemen
Gates Cautious About Gains in Afghanistan
Adviser: Karzai Govt Won’t Survive Without NATO Support
Stay Away From Troops, Taliban Warn Civilians
New Wave of Military Operations Against Taliban
NATO Service Member, Translator Killed in Eastern Afghanistan
Prince Harry to Join Troops in Afghanistan
Harry Could Be Barred From Afghanistan, Too
Sri Lanka
Heavy Fighting in Sri Lanka Ahead of Japanese Peace Move
Red Cross Staff Abducted, Killed in Sri Lanka
Indians Warn Sri Lanka on Weapons
Former Leader Talks of Return to Pakistan, and Maybe Power
Nations Seek Flexibility to End North Korea Nuclear Impasse
US Warns of Terror in Philippine Towns

Rebels Kill Four Police in India's Assam

Thousands of Venezuelans Protest Chavez
Falklands War an Open Wound in Argentina

Justin Raimondo
Back to the Future

David R. Henderson
Cheney Misstates Military Oath

Alan Bock
Hardly the Whole Truth but...

Doug Bandow
A New Peril from the East?

Nebojsa Malic
Bosnia's Straitjacket

Philip Giraldi
Heckuva Job,
Homeland Security

Ivan Eland
Pakistan Is Going Down the Road of the Shah's Iran

Charles Peña
Rudy Giuliani and the
Fort Dix Six

Praful Bidwai
Sanctions Aggravate Iranian Rights Situation

Ran HaCohen
The Legend of the
Removed Checkpoints

Sascha Matuszak
From China to Cairo

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