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The Israeli Right's Peace Plan: Ran HaCohen
300 Years of Corporate Warriors: Tom Griffin
Podhoretz's War Prayer: Muhammad Sahimi
NSA Spying: What Pelosi Knew: Ray McGovern
What a 'Safe' Cluster Bomb Did: Rebecca Murray

 Glenn Greenwald

George Bush is Tapping Your Phone

 Bill Astore

Saving the Military from Itself

 Monica Benderman

A Matter of Conscience

 Jeff Taylor

Jeffersonians Vs. Hamiltonians

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Abizaid on Iraq War: Of Course It's About Oil

US Commanders Prepare to Declare Victory Over al-Qaeda Again


Tuesday: 36 Iraqis Killed, 143 Wounded

Turkish Parliament to Vote Wed. on Iraq Action


US Appeals for Turkish Restraint Over Iraq Raid

Clinton Would Use Military Force Against Iran


Putin Warns Against Iran Attack on Landmark Visit

Nuclear Deal With India May Be Near Collapse

NSA Spying: What Did Pelosi Know?  by Ray McGovern
From Bengal to Baghdad: Three Centuries of Corporate Warriors  by Tom Griffin
Sun Sets Early on the American Century  by Philip S. Golub
Norman Podhoretz's War Prayer
by Muhammad Sahimi
Saving Burma the Right Way
by Thant Myint-U
Now He Tells Us  by Michael Boyle

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Counterterror Head Says US Not 'Tactically' Safer Following Invasion of Iraq

'Many in the US Military Think Bush and Cheney Are Out of Control'

Chicago's Public Military School: Reading, Writing, Recruiting?

Hillary: Iraq Pullout Good for Israel

Lebanon: What a 'Safe' Cluster Bomb Did
Arlington National Cemetery to Expand for Iraq War Losses
Today in Iraq

Attack on Polish Military Base in Iraq Kills Five

Three Journalists Killed in Kirkuk

Monday: 2 GIs, 46 Iraqis Killed; 76 Iraqis Wounded
Occupying Iraq

Former US Commander at Saddam's Jail on Trial

Family of Iraqi Woman Slain by Contractors Demands Justice

Beyond the Green Zone: Dispatches From an Unembedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq

US Delayed British Withdrawal From Basra for Months

Silly String Is Shipped Off to Iraq to Detect IEDs

The War at Home

Marine Chief Worries Corps Losing Its 'Expeditionary Flavor'

Procurement Official Questioned About No-Work Deal Found Dead

Peace Dollar Battles War Dollar

1969: Millions March in US Vietnam Moratorium

UK War at Home

Returning UK Troops 'Treated Like Vermin'

UK Police Used Hollow-Point Bullets to Ensure Innocent Brazilian Died Instantly

'War on Terror'

Army Colonel Named Top Gitmo Prosecutor

Pentagon Acted With Little Oversight in Spying on Americans, Documents Show

White House Forbids Telecom Companies From Telling Congress About Surveillance Activity

Verizon Says It Turned Over Data Without Court Orders

Phone Utilities Won’t Give Details About Eavesdropping


Suicide Attack in Afghanistan Kills Seven

Afghan Suicide Bomber Accidentally Kills Own Family

US Denies Koran Desecration Allegation

UN Envoy Says No Time to 'Wobble' in Afghanistan

Golfing Not as Popular in Afghanistan as Course Owner Had Hoped

South Asia

Bhutto's Hometown in Frenzy at Return of Exiled Leader

Sri Lanka Says 147 Dead in Recent Fighting


EU Agrees to Extra Sanctions on Myanmar

Myanmar Arrests Four Top Dissidents, Human Rights Group Says


US Frustrated by Putin's Grip on Power

India, Russia to Hold Meeting on Military Technical Cooperation in Moscow

Putin Delays Iran Visit Amid Plot Report


Turkey to Give Diplomacy a Last Chance Before Iraq Move

US Officials Sent to Turkey to Soothe Tension

Kurdish MP Urges Government to Adopt Official Position on Turkish Shelling

Villagers Tell of Terror After Turkey Launches Rocket Attack Across Border

Oil Trades Above $86 After Rising on Turkey-Iraq Border Tension

UN Nuclear Agency Seeks Details on Syria

UN Unaware of 'Undeclared Nuclear Facility' in Syria

Preemptive Caution: The Case of Syria


Clinton on Iran: All Options Must Remain on Table

Hillary Clinton Strikes a Hawkish Note on Iran

China Pulls Out of Iran Strategy Session Over Dalai Lama

French FM Fails to Convince EU on Iran Sanctions

Merkel Warns Putin: Iran a Danger to Israel

Slightly Off Religious Path, Iranian TV Finds Viewers


Rice: Time for a Palestinian State Is Now

Rice Pushes Mideast Parties on Plan to Revive Peace Talks

Rice's Car Detained in West Bank for Security False Alarm

UN Envoy: Israel Trying to Make Palestinians as Miserable as Possible

Olmert Hints at Returning Stolen Jerusalem Neighborhoods

Palestinian Boy Hit by Israeli Gunfire in Gaza

Palestinian Census First in Decade


Israel Received Sensitive Intel on Soldiers as Part of Hezbollah Deal

Hezbollah: Prisoner Swap With Israel Imminent

Lebanon Arrests Suspects in UN Force Attack Plot


Several Killed as Somali Breakaway States Fight

Somaliland Advances Into Puntland


Darfur Rebels Seek Pre-Talks Deal

UN Urges Congo Rebels to Disband

Canada Trains AU Military Officers

Resentment and Rations as Eritrea Nears a Crisis


Serbia Wants More Time for Kosovo Talks

Thirty on Trial in Madrid for Plot to Bomb Court

Ukrainian 'Orange' Parties to Form Coalition

Polish Opposition Party's Antiwar Campaign Ad Accused of Being Anti-Semitic

Montenegro Takes First Step Toward European Union

European Union Members Near Pact on Treaty


Justin Raimondo
The Dair El Zor Hoax

Ran HaCohen
The Israeli Right Has a Peace Plan

David R. Henderson
How George Bush Changed
My Life

Alan Bock
Why So Many Mercenaries in Iraq?

Doug Bandow
The Korean Failure as a Model for Iraq

Nebojsa Malic
The Phantom Menace

Philip Giraldi
Neocons Acquire Another
Front Group

Charles Peña
Misunderestimating the Price of Iraq

Praful Bidwai
Nuke Deal May Trigger Midterm Polls in India

Ivan Eland
Why 'Partition' (of Iraq) Is a Dirty Word

Sascha Matuszak
Chaos in the Great Game

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