Today's Highlights

Have We Forgotten 2003 Already?: Rep. Ron Paul
Iran Arms Claim Reveals Cheney-Military Rift: Porter
Imperial Poker: Nebojsa Malic
Sippy Cups as WMDs: Becky Akers
Fatherhood, Muhammad Ali, Moral Courage: Antoon

 Gareth Porter

Cheney Lies About Iran

 Becky Akers

“Drop the Sippy Cup Lady! Drop It!”

 Don Craven Jr., Ray Mcgovern

World War IV: A Letter to the President

 Gordon Prather

Clinton and Bush II Betrayed Program to Secure Former USSR Nuke Material

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Cheney: WH Rules Don't Apply to Me
White House Denies Plan to Close Gitmo
14 US Soldiers Killed in 2 Days in Iraq
  US Cites Increasing Green Zone Attacks
  Kurdish Officials Say They've Reached Deal on Iraqi Oil Revenues
  Thursday: 12 GIs, 55 Iraqis Killed; 119 Iraqis Wounded
Iran Arms Claim Reveals Cheney-Military Rift
  Petraeus: Brits Held by 'Iran-Backed' Killers
  US Decides Not to Release Iranians Detained in Iraq Raid
Bush Pledges to Increase US Funding to Israel
  Fatah's Last Stand: Collapse or Conspiracy?
  Bush Weighs Reaching Out to Muslim Brotherhood
UK to Stay Engaged in Afghanistan for 'Decades'
  Foreign Forces Blasted for Afghan Civilian Deaths
  Commander: US Did Not Know Children Were at Afghan Raid Site
FBI: Osama May Have Chartered Plane for Family After 9/11
  Purdue Researchers Create 9/11 Computer Simulation
  FBI Agent Says Padilla Doesn't Use Jihad Code on Tapes
Have We Forgotten 2003 Already?
by Rep. Ron Paul
A Moratorium Wired to Stop the War  by Jeremy Brecher and Brendan Smith
Tyranny and the Military Commissions Act  by Jacob G. Hornberger
A Secular-Democratic State Solution  by Omar Barghouti
Sippy Cups as WMDs  by Becky Akers
Hawks and Hogs  by David Weigel

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Iraq Occupation
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Japan Extends Iraq Mission Two Years
Iraqi Refugees
Iraq Refugees Chased From Home, Struggle to Cope
Iraqi Parliament Considers Using Oil Revenue to Help Refugees
Trickle of Iraqi Refugees Allowed in US to Grow
After Iraq, Palestinian Refugees Find Peace Amid Indian Squalor
The War at Home
Liberals Boo Clinton on Iraq
Richardson Touts Plan for Iraq Withdrawal
Giuliani: Joining Iraq Group a Mistake
Justice Dept. Opts Out of Iraq Whistleblower Suits
Pentagon Has High Hopes for Cybernetic Moths
Documentary: Law Gives Military Access to Student Data
Airport Tries to Rein in Greeters’ Generosity Toward Troops
New Think Tank Details Very Slow US Withdrawal From Iraq
Detaining Justice
Detainee Ruling Put Into Effect by Circuit Court
Guantánamo Prison Poems to Be Published in US
The Poems of Guantánamo
'War on Terror'
Homeland Security Chief: US Growing Complacent on Terrorism
As FBI Fights Terrorism, Other Prosecutions Drop
US, Canada Downplay al-Qaeda Camp Graduation Video
Britain Assures London Residents Its Chemical Tests Are Harmless, but Results Will Be Kept Secret
Homeland Security Acknowledges Own Computer Break-Ins
White House Delays Border Passport Rules
Democrats Go Light on CIA 'Torture' Lawyer
Plan to Cut Federal Security Unit Decried
Ethiopian Forces Shoot Eight Dead After a Roadside Bomb Blast in Somalia
Police Stations Raided in Somalia
Somalia: Amnesty Extended to Islamists
First Sierra Leone War Crimes Verdicts
General Strike Over Rising Fuel Price Takes Hold in Nigerian Cities
Kenya Acquires 'Nuclear Arms Detection Kit'
Ambassador Seeks to Free US Contractors
Colombian Father Walks the Country for Hostage Son
House Calls for UN to Charge Ahmadinejad With 'Inciting Genocide'
Russia Sees No Missile Threat From Iran
Iran Nuclear Chief to Meet ElBaradei on Friday
A Leader of Hamas Warns of West Bank Peril for Fatah
Abbas Condemns Hamas 'Project of Darkness,' Vows to Prevent Sedition
UN: Gaza Could Face Shortage of Basic Foods Within 2-4 Weeks
Israel Launches Airstrikes in Northern Gaza as Hamas Leader Urges Cease-Fire
Israeli Army to Let Sick Gazans Enter
Israel Lets Foreigners Out of Gaza, Strands Palestinians in Squalid Border Tunnel
Israeli Troops Kill Seven Palestinians in Gaza, West Bank
High Court: Israel Can Decide Which Injured Palestinians to Treat
Order Settles in Gaza, but Fears Persist
Abbas Accuses 'Foreign Elements' Over Gaza Crisis
BBC Man's Captors Again Threaten to Kill Him
Stranded Gazans Caught in Deadly Border Shootout
Three Lightly Wounded as Qassams Hit Sderot
Global Palestine Fallout
US Presses Blair to Become Quartet Envoy
Bush: Abbas Represents Peace
Ban 'Disappointed' as Rights Council Will Continue to Investigate Israeli Abuses
Some Uneasy With Palestinian Aid Policy
Lebanese Troops Bombard Palestinian Camp
Lebanese Rally Behind Their Army
Mediators Meet Lebanon Army on Camp Peace Plan
US Lawmakers Pressuring EU on Hezbollah Terrorism Designation
Middle East
Russia Denies Plans to Sell MiGs to Syria
Turkey Detains 23 in 'al-Qaeda' Sweep
North Korea
End of Dispute Paves Way for North Korean Nuclear Talks
US Nuclear Envoy to Visit North Korea
Bombs Kill Three Canadian Soldiers, Five Afghans
Karzai Cites Taliban Shift to Terror Attacks
Women Under Siege in Afghanistan
Afghan Schools Try to Make New Start
Probe Urged After Pakistan Missile Strike Kills 30
Waziristan Blast Casualties Rise
Unusual Court Case at Center of Pakistan’s Political Fight
Sri Lankan Troops Kill 70 Tamil Tigers
Japan Changes Iwo Jima Name
US Courting Dictator of Turkmenistan
Amnesty Offered to Tajikistan Militants
Kazakhstan Ballot Called 2 Years Early
Putin Creates Arms Exporting Giant
Russia Rejects UN Kosovo Resolution
Fear of Revenge Keeps Many Serbs in Refugee Limbo
EU Leaders Face Showdown Over New Treaty
Shootout in Chechnya Kills at Least Five

Justin Raimondo
Nihilism and Neoconservatism

Nebojsa Malic
Imperial Poker

Charles Peña
Cooperative Threat Reduction Is Worth the Cost

Ivan Eland
Iran and North Korea Will Not Be Denied Nukes

David R. Henderson
Ask and Tell

Alan Bock
Things Fall Apart

Doug Bandow
Overblown Confronts Consensus of Fear

Philip Giraldi
Accusations Pave Way for Assault on Iran

Praful Bidwai
India: Impasse Over Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing Rights

Sascha Matuszak
Pride and Prejudice in Chengdu

Ran HaCohen
The Legend of the
Removed Checkpoints

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