Today's Highlights

Tom Lantos, Warmonger: Justin Raimondo
Neoconned Again?: Philip Giraldi
Conservatives Must Oppose War: Philip Primeau
Bush Suffers More Defections on Iraq: Jim Lobe
Officials: Iran Not Arming Taliban: Tahir Qadiry

 Glenn Greenwald

A Tragic Legacy: Bush Thinks His Evil is Good

 Eric Margolis

America and Russia post-Cold War - Now We’re Them

 Seymour Hersh

Abu Ghraib Torture Worse Than They Told You

 Michael Kirk

The Current Iraqi Endgame and Some of the Earlier Ones

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Updated June 27, 2007 - 11:01 PM EDT
Bush Suffers More Defections on Iraq

White House Rejects Senate Calls to Alter Iraq Policy


Cheney's MO: Leaving No Tracks

US Warns of 'Spectacular Acts of Terror' in Iraq

Iraqis Say US Killed Village Guards, Not al-Qaeda

  Wednesday: 2 GIs, 126 Iraqis Killed; 118 Iraqis Wounded; 8 Kidnapped
Officials: Soviet-Era Caches, Not Iran, Arm Taliban
  US Gen.: Our Rules Prevent Killing Civilians; Deaths Are Taliban's Fault

White House, Cheney's Office Subpoenaed

  The CIA Family Jewels
  New Documents Link Kissinger to Two 1970s Coups
  CIA Collaborated With Police Against Vietnam War Protesters
Ahmadinejad: 'I Am Not
 by Juan Cole
Conservatives Must Oppose Militarism and War  by Philip Primeau
The Story of Lofti Lagha, Prisoner 660  by Andy Worthington
Calling Cheney's Bluff  by John Nichols
Divide and Rule, Israeli-Style
by Jonathan Cook
Lugar Breaks With Bush, Sort Of
by Matthew Yglesias

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Iraqi President Visits Neighboring Iran

GOP Support for Iraq War Slips

Iraq Raids Home of Culture Minister, Seeking His Arrest

Mayors Urge Plan for Iraq Pullout After Intense Debate

Cheney Aide's Stance on Classified Material

Iraqi Cabinet Minister Accused of Killings in 2005
Students Explain Why They Handed Bush Letter Urging Ban on Torture
Kurds Want More Convictions Over Massacres
Sen. Lugar Summoned to White House Meeting After He Calls for Iraq Policy Shift
Today in Iraq

Iran Blames Iraq Insecurity on US

Raid on Top Sunni Official Adds to Iraqi Internal Feuding

Iraqi Refugees Stuck on Border With Syria in Desperate Need of Help

Baghdad Christians Find New Life in Kurdish North

Pointing to Stability, Kurds in Iraq Lure Investors

Hotel Bombing Fallout

A US Ally in Iraq Is Murdered

Blast Could Derail a Key Iraqi Alliance

Al-Qaeda Affiliate in Iraq Claims Baghdad Hotel Bombing

Iraq Occupation
Militants' Baquba Fiefdom Is 'Liberated'

British AG Demands Inquiry Into Troops' Torture of Iraqis

The War at Home

Fresno Mayor Resigns From National Group After Iraq Vote

Poll: Support for Iraq War Reaches New Low

Officials to Take Another Look at Decision to Close New Jersey Army Base

'War on Terror'

Durbin Takes on Judge Over Combatants

Padilla Trial Jurors Get al-Qaeda Lesson

America's Top Spy Says Extensive Domestic Surveillance Continues

States' Post-9/11 Grants Unspent

Ex-EPA Chief Faces 9/11 Committee

Spies and Coups

FBI Visits Top Schools: Warns Students Not to Vacation Overseas Because Spies Might Steal Their Research

CIA Details Cold War Activities

CIA, Mafia Linked in Castro Assassination Plot

CIA Documents Detail Secret Drug Testing

A Look at the CIA's Cold War Intel on Communism

Files on Illegal Spying Show CIA Skeletons From Cold War

Comparing Today’s CIA Tactics With Those Used in the Past

Restless Youth: Spying on Americans at Home

Timeline of the CIA's 'Family Jewels'

Most Poles Oppose Afghanistan Mission

Boy Says Taliban Told Him Bomb Vest Would Spray Out Flowers

Key Afghan Militant Says Ready for Conditional Talks With Karzai

NATO Confirms Shooting of Afghans

Women Attacked or Killed in Afghanistan

South Asia

Afghans Resist Pakistan Camp Closure, Forced Return to Afghanistan

Rights Group Concerned About Sri Lanka Massacre Evidence


British MP: Most People Not Really Concerned About Surveillance Society

Turkey Criticizes Efforts to Block EU Talks

Pardon for Last Troops Hitler Executed


Rice Sees No Breakthrough in Latest EU-Iran Talks

Assassins Gun Down Anti-Wahhabi Iranian Cleric


Competing Visions for Palestinians

Abbas Bans Carrying Explosives, Arms Without License in West Bank

Gaza Christians Worry About Hamas in Light of Church Attack

Abbas Asks Israel to Let Fatah Unit Enter West Bank From Jordan

Hamas Said Willing to Bend on Identity of Prisoners in Swap

Netanyahu: Freeing Prisoners Will Weaken Abbas

After Administration Order: Israeli Settlers Return Stolen Olive Trees

UN: More Gazans Relying on Handouts

BBC Man Will Be Held 'For 1,000 Years or Be Slaughtered'

Family of a Captured Israeli Soldier Gets Word to Hamas, Via Norway

Blair's New Job

Mixed Welcome Awaits Blair's New Role

Deal to Name Blair as Middle East Envoy Delayed

Blair May Quit as MP if He Gets Role in Middle East


War-Battered Lebanese Village Mourns UN Troops

Hezbollah Probing Attack on UN Troops

Rice: Syria Must Keep Lebanon Jury Safe

Middle East

Russian FM Says Weapons Sales to Syria Strictly Controlled

CIA 'Kidnap' Victim Eyes Political Career in Egypt

US Justice Department to Probe Contractor's Saudi Deals


Gadhafi Urges Pan-African State

Rebels Accuse Ethiopia of Bombing Villages

Violence in North of Central African Republic Threatens Civilians

Aid for Captured Niger Soldiers

Bomb Kills Somali Cleaning Women

Uganda's Boy-Soldier-Turned-Rebel-Chief Is a Victim, Not a Criminal, Says His Family

Inflation-Ravaged Zimbabwe Orders Prices Cut in Half


Rice Threatens to Turn Screw Over Darfur

Little Visible Progress on Darfur at International Conference


US' South Korea Post Set to Grow by Thousands

South Korea to Resume Rice Aid to North

On the North Korean Border, a Tale of Two Economies

UN Inspectors Arrive in North Korea


China's Leader Vows to Uphold One-Party Rule

Lawyer: Laos Coup Plot Was a 'Fantasy'


Russia Presses NATO Over Shield

NATO Urges Calm in Russia Dispute

Russian Accuses Mi6 of Trying to Recruit Him


Cuban Dissidents Start Push to Change Constitution


Justin Raimondo
Tom Lantos, Warmonger

Philip Giraldi
Neoconned Again?

Ran HaCohen
Palestine: Blood Is in the Air

Alan Bock
A Curious Offensive

Doug Bandow
Deluded Presidential Promises of Progress in Iraq

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

Praful Bidwai
India: Impasse Over Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing Rights

Sascha Matuszak
Pride and Prejudice in Chengdu

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