Today's Highlights

Lebanon: The Unknown Crisis: Justin Raimondo
Prisoner of a Symbol: Zarah Ghahramani
Realism Is No Vice: Ivan Eland
Jack Bauer and Public Opinion: Scott Horton
Department of Pre-Crime: Eric Umansky

 Aaron Glantz

Supporting the War is Betraying the Troops

 Jacob Hornberger

Central Banking and War

 Lew Rockwell

Bill Buckley and the Return of the Old Right

 Gen. Robert Gard

Deal With Iran

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US Launches Missile Attack in Somalia

UN Hits Iran With Civilian Sanctions

Israel Mulls Legality of Striking Civilian Areas
  Israeli Troops Withdraw After 121 Killed in Gaza
  Civilians Killed as Israeli Ground Forces March Through Gaza Suburbs
  Israel Hits New Gaza Targets After US Urges Halt
Ahmadinejad Visit Shows Depth of Iraq Divisions
  Ahmadinejad: US Fueling Iraqi Violence
  Iraq Welcomes Ahmadinejad, Sunni Arabs Object
  US: No Date for Clearing al-Qaeda From Mosul

Monday: 88 Iraqis Killed, 122 Wounded

Iraq Veterans Speak Out Against the War
  War Hits US Economy, Stalls Recovery: Nobel Winner
  Deal Close on Wiretap Law, a Top Democrat Tells CNN
Venezuela, Ecuador Troops Ordered to Colombia Borders
5 Years Ago: Wolfowitz, Rumsfeld Scoffed at Dangers of Postwar Iraq  by Greg Mitchell
NY Philharmonic Casts Magic Spell
Dallas Morning News
How Do You Like Your Torture – Khmer Rouge or Spanish Inquisition?  by Jonathan Turley
Prisoner of a Symbol
by Zarah Ghahramani
Department of Pre-Crime
by Eric Umansky
How Hollywood Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the (Ticking) Bomb  by Scott Horton

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Day of Grief and Defiance
Israeli Foreign Ministry Aims to Present al-Jazeera as 'Chief Adversary' in Defense of Gaza Strikes
US Regrets Killing Innocent Teen Near Samarra
Hundreds in Fallujah Protest Ahmadinejad's Visit to Iraq
West Seeks Pretexts to Use Against Iran: Ahmadinejad
US Pursues Iraqis on Charges of Saddam-Era Spying
Vienna Meeting on Arms Data Reignites Iran Nuclear Debate
Iraq and Iran Reach 'Key' Agreements on Ahmadinejad Visit
Ahmadinejad Calls Upon Iraq, Turkey to Fight Kurdish Rebels
Gül Rejects Criticism on Iraq Troop Pullout
Turkey Denies US Influence in Decision to End Iraq Incursion
Today in Iraq
Trial of 2 Shi'ite Ex-Officials Tests Iraq’s Judicial System
US Military Kills Mosul al-Qaeda Leader
UK Troops in Basra Face Fresh Insurgent Threat
Grim Reminder of Reality as RAF Man Dies in Basra
US Seeks to Upgrade Hospital in Haditha, Iraq
Pope Urges Release of Abducted Iraqi Archbishop
Attacks Continue
Five Killed in Bomb Attack on Iraqi Bus
Civilian Killed by Gunmen in Central Baquba
Blast Kills Five Civilians, Wounds Four in Diyala
Three Civilians Wounded as US Force Detonates Car Bomb in Mosul
Bodies of Two Civilians Found North of Fallujah
Sunday: 33 Iraqis Killed, 41 Wounded
The War at Home
Clinton, Obama Recast Their Message on Iraq
Marine Protests Costly for City of Berkeley
The Pentagon's Ray Gun
Marines Push Brainpower Over Firepower
Prince Harry Back Home
Taliban: We Knew Prince Harry Was Here
Propaganda and PR Claims Over Prince Harry's Afghan Tour
Prince Harry Wants Another Combat Tour
UK Military Chiefs Wary of Harry Frontline Return
NATO Commander Criticizes Afghanistan Troop Restrictions
NATO Chief Says Alliance Making Headway in Afghanistan
Al-Qaeda: Afghanistan Strategist Dead
Canadian Soldier Killed in Kandahar
Taliban Destroy Afghan Phone Towers
'Anti-British' Helmand Governor Removed
Bomb Kills 42 as Pakistani Tribal Leaders Discuss Forming Force Against Militants
Musharraf Says Tribal Bombing Aimed at Ruining Peace Process
Pakistani Opposition Lawyer Released From House Arrest
US 'Gravely Concerned' Over Pakistani Minister's Terror Comments
North Korea Says War Games Threaten Nuclear Deal
China Muzzles Capital Ahead of Annual Parliament
Senior East Timor Rebel Soldier Surrenders
70 Sudanese Killed as Nomads, Ex-Rebels Clash
17 Killed in Mogadishu Violence
Algerian Officials Visited Guantanamo
Moroccan Crackdown on Terrorists Shows Converging Threats
Ahmadinejad Visits Iraq
Iraqis Will Foil US Plans in Region, Says Ahmadinejad
Ahmadinejad Says Iraq Visit Opens New Chapter in Ties
Ahmadinejad Brushes Off Bush Charges Over Iraq
Iran Leader Calls on Muslims to Hit Israel 'in Face'
Iran Says Won't Renegotiate 1975 Iraq Border Pact
Iran Leader's Iraq Visit Eclipses US, Arab Ties
Ups and Downs of Iraq-Iran Relations

Trade Between Iraq and Iran

IAEA Unveils Allegations of Iranian Arms Work
Key Aspects of Latest IAEA Findings on Iran
Iraq Says Working to Expel Iranian Rebel Group
Khomeini's Grandson Quits Polls Amid Rumors
Assault on Gaza
UN Chief: Israel Using Disproportionate Force in Gaza
Israeli DM: No Choice but to Continue Gaza Strikes
Israeli Police Halt Rally Calling for Gaza Cease-Fire
Israeli Official's Use of 'Holocaust' Has Fallout
Gazans: Israeli Strikes Unifying Palestinians
Gazans Search for Loved Ones Amid Din of Fighting
Gaza Fighting Sidelines Israeli-Palestinian Peace Bid
Amnesty Rips Israeli Military for 'Reckless Disregard of Civilian Life' in Gaza
Israel Buys Supply of Pills to Protect Against Nuclear Radiation
Israelis Show Declining Zest for Military Service
Middle East
Gaza Wounded Allowed Into Egypt for Treatment
Yemeni Court Upholds Acquittal of Alleged Militant
Medvedev Elected Russian President to Succeed Putin
How Medvedev Differs From Putin
Medvedev Claims Foreign Policy for His Own
Putin’s Anointed Heir Shows Hints of Less Icy Style
Putin, Medvedev Pledge Unified Path
Russia's Medvedev Vows to Uphold Putin Legacy
Kremlin Sees New Russian Cabinet Only After May
Russian Power Duo – Good Cop, Bad Cop?
Bombings Hit Southern Russian Town
Key Facts About Russia's Election
Army Warns Protesters After Eight Die in Armenia
Emergency Order Empties Armenian Capital’s Streets
Spain Hurts ETA, but Crackdown Angers Basques
EU Firm to Make US Military Jets
US Helped to Kill FARC Leader
Colombian Raid Angers Ecuador
US Lawmaker Criticizes Dismissal of Tough Colombian Judge
'638 Ways to Kill Castro'

Justin Raimondo
Lebanon: The Unknown Crisis

Ivan Eland
Accepting Reality Is No Vice; Being Oblivious Is No Virtue

Alan Bock
Democrats Offer Only Shallow Changes

Doug Bandow
Make America's Policy of Promiscuous Intervention the Issue in November

David R. Henderson
Support Our Troops – or Judge Them?

Charles Peña
More Amtrak Security,
More Safety?

Philip Giraldi
The Clinton Years Revisited

Nebojsa Malic
Day of Infamy

Ran HaCohen
Israel Says 'No'

Praful Bidwai
India to Pay a Price For Launching Israeli Spy Satellite

Sascha Matuszak
The Dragon or the Snake?

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