Today's Highlights

Who's Behind the PKK?: Justin Raimondo
Regime Change Redux: Patrick Foy
American Disengagement: Tom Engelhardt
War Is Over, if You Want It: Brian Doherty
The Original 'Terrorists': Francois Furstenberg

 Candace Gorman

Injustice Reigns at Guantanamo Bay Prison

 David Livingstone Smith

Danger: Homo Sapiens

 Jacob Hornberger

How the War Should Have Been Won

 Michael Kirk

Dick Cheney is the Law

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Updated October 29, 2007 - 11:28 PM EDT
Kurdish Leader Defies Turkish Threat
  Turkey Insists It May Launch Iraq Incursion
  Iraq Warns Turkey Over Incursion
  Don't Attack Kurds, Iran Urges Turkey
ElBaradei: No Evidence Iran Is Making Nukes
  WH Leak: Cheney's Plan for Iran Attack Starts With Israeli Missile Strike
  Secret Move to Upgrade Diego Garcia Air Base for Iran Attack Plans
  Iran Says Documents Show US Backing Kurdish 'Terrorists'
  Iran Adapts to Economic Pressure
11 Pro-US Iraqi Tribal Leaders Kidnapped
  Despite Pledged Drawdown, 850 More UK Troops Headed to Iraq

Bike-Riding Suicide Bomber Kills 28 Iraqi Police Recruits


Monday: 49 Iraqis Killed, 44 Wounded

IAEA Chief Criticizes Israel Over Syria Raid
  Olmert Apologized to Turkey for Violating Air Space in Syria Attack
American Disengagement
by Tom Engelhardt
The FBI's Right to Threaten Torture
by James Bovard
Something to Consider Before Attacking Iran  by Rami G. Khouri
War Is Over, if You Want It  by Brian Doherty
Regime Change Redux  by Patrick Foy
Homeless in Iraq
by Shirouk Alabayachi and Robert Lowe

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VA Hospitals Forced to Turn Away Critically-Ill Patients
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Kurds 'Head for Hills' in Face of Turkish Attack
San Diego's Fires, as Seen From Iraq
Is the 'Save Darfur' Movement Making Things Worse?
Iraq Troops Find 17 Decomposed Bodies
Today in Iraq
Chalabi Back in Action in Iraq
Backing Ayad Allawi Again, This Time for a Fee
Iraqi VP Appeals for Pardon of Prisoners
Iraq Advances in World Cup Qualifying
Ramadi War Zone Now Rare Bright Spot
World's Bravest Orchestra Plays on in Iraq
Iraq Firms Lower Pay for Ugandan Recruits
Attacks Continue
Iraq Continues to Witness Surge of Violent Attacks
Suicide Bomber at Least Kills Eight in Northern Iraq
Iraqi Policeman Killed, Another Injured North of Iraq
Sunday: 28 Iraqis Killed, 56 Wounded
Global Iraq Fallout
Oil at New Record on Turkey-Iraq Tensions
British Citizen Appeals Against Three-Year Detention in Iraq
Book: Powell 'Surprised' at Blair Support for Bush on Iraq War
Memo: Britain Backed US Plans for Ba'ath Party Clearout in Iraq
Report: Blair Blamed Himself and Iraq After 2005 Election Losses
The War at Home
House Judiciary Committee Compromises Whistleblower E-Mail Addresses
A War of Words – One Veteran's View of the Conflict in Iraq
Family of US Soldier Killed in Iraq Sues Private Contractor
US Military
New VA Center to Focus on Sex Assault Victims
Memories of Lost Friends Follow Soldier Through Therapy
GI Dies in Non-Combat Incident in Philippines

'War on Terror'

Analysts Divided Over bin Laden Tape's Target Audience
Security Upgrades at Several Nuclear Sites Are Lagging, Auditors Find
UK Opposition Leader: No Need for Detention Past 28 Days Without Charges
British Government Minister Says He Was Detained at US Airport
US Intensifies Fight Near Taliban-Held Town
'Hundreds of Airmen' Fly Broken B-1 Bomber From Afghanistan for Repairs
New Zealand Soldiers Hurt in Afghanistan
Dutch Tally Cost of Afghanistan
Opposition: Australian Troops Shouldn't Be in Afghanistan
Canadian Soldiers Suffering Mental-Health Problems After Afghanistan
Army Gunships Pound Northwest Pakistan
Pakistan Hits Pro-Taliban Cleric
Pakistani PM Denies Military Operation in Sawat as Over 15 Killed in Clash
Thousands Flee Strife in Northern Pakistan
Fears Over Poll as Musharraf Rules Out Sharif's Right to Return
Myanmar Junta Denounces US as 'Bully'
Myanmar Activists Look to Spread Freedom Via Internet
Oil Price Grounds North Korea's Fleet
US Treasury Secretary Urges India to Accept Nuclear Deal
Fresh Clashes Kill 27 in Sri Lanka
Japan, Chinese Protesters Clash at Sea
Japanese PM Slams Undisciplined Military
Turkish Army Kills 20 Kurds in New Clashes
A Haven for Kurdish Rebels Who Await the Turks
In the Rugged North of Iraq, Kurdish Rebels Flout Turkey
Turkey Says All Options on Table to Resolve PKK Crisis
Petraeus Says US Seeking Calm in Northern Iraq
Amid War Drums, Turkey's Kurds Fear Loss of Rights
Kurd Rebels Focused on Their Own Survival
Turkish Artillery Has Increasingly Scarred Iraqi Land
Arab Parliament Says Dialogue Only Way to Settle Iraq-Turkey Border Tensions
Iranian Opposition: Revolutionary Guard Has Enormous Role in Economy
Israeli FM Demands China Impose 'Dramatic Sanctions' on Iran
Iranians Study Nuclear Physics in Britain
Iranian FM to Visit Damascus on Monday
Israel Cuts Fuel Supplies to Gaza Strip
Israel's Lieberman Demands Expulsion of Non-Jews as Condition of Palestinian Statehood
Rights Groups Appeal to Court Over Gaza Fuel Cuts
Israel Ready to Negotiate on Jerusalem, Its 'Third Rail'?
Israel Allows Fatah Money Into Gaza Despite Sanctions
PA: Israel Must Dismantle 16 West Bank Roadblocks
Qureia Warns Annapolis Failure Will Lead to War
Olmert: Abbas Informed No Timetable Will Be Set at Talks
BBC Reporter: Captors Considered Me a Prisoner in a Religious War
Israel Reassures Syria on Military Maneuvers
PLO Calls on Syria Not to Host a Hamas Conference
Hezbollah Says It Does Not Object to a President From the Majority
Refugee Rappers Voice Disgust at Lebanon Camps
Stigma of Summer Fighting Adds to Discrimination Facing Palestinians in Lebanon
Middle East
Yemen Says Bomber of US Destroyer Cole Still Detained
Saudi King to Face Mass Protests in London
Rebels Split at Talks on Darfur
Bush Promises on Darfur Don't Match Actions
From the Bush to a Chandeliered Hotel, a Rebel Takes Talks in Stride
Gordon Brown Calls for Tough Stand on Darfur
Three Dead as Ethiopian Troops Open Fire on Protesters in Mogadishu
Somali Protesters Demand That Ethiopians Leave
Mogadishu Hit by Fresh Fighting
Eritrea Accuses Ethiopia of Plotting to Invade
18,000 Congolese Flee to Uganda
Donors Give $7.7 Million to Fund Uganda Peace Talks
US, Russia Urge Other States to Join Missile Pact

Justin Raimondo
Who's Behind the PKK?

Doug Bandow
Make China Be Nice?

Nebojsa Malic
Sorrow's Home

Philip Giraldi
Tortured by Uncle Sam

David R. Henderson
Economists and the
Nobel Peace Prize

Alan Bock
Secrecy and the War Without End

Ivan Eland
US Has Double Standard at Home and Abroad

Charles Peña
Not -So-New Homeland Security Strategy

Ran HaCohen
The Israeli Right Has a Peace Plan

Praful Bidwai
Nuke Deal May Trigger Midterm Polls in India

Sascha Matuszak
Chaos in the Great Game

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