Today's Highlights

Obama Capitulates: Justin Raimondo
Waging War Only When Necessary: Doug Bandow
From Munich to Kosovo: Nebojsa Malic
Pre-War Bush Claims Exaggerated, False: Jim Lobe
US Cyber Force Wants You!: Astore/Engelhardt

 Gareth Porter

Cheney/Petreaus Plot for Fake Casus Belli

 Jim Lobe

The Israel Lobbies

 Russell Mokhiber

George W. Manson

 Jacob Hornberger

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Did Iranian Agents Dupe Pentagon Officials?
  Israeli PM's Deputy: Sanctions a Failure, Attack on Iran 'Unavoidable'
  Senate Report: Iranian Intel Concealed From CIA, DIA
  Ambassador: Iran Trying to Complicate US-Iraq Military Talks
Senate: Pre-War Bush Claims Exaggerated, False
  White House Backs Off Iraq Consensus Claim
  Bush Expresses Concern About Isolationism
Iraq Govt Wants to Restrict Movement of GIs
  Refusing US Deal Could Cost Iraq $50 Billion
  US Says No Secret Deal on Pact With Iraq
  Iran, Turkey Coordinate Iraq Strikes
  Thursday: 1 US Soldier, 1 Georgian Soldier, 20 Iraqis Killed
Air Force Chiefs Ousted Over Nuke Mishaps
  Report: Gates Used Nuke Mishaps as Excuse to Hire AF Generals
US Protests Zimbabwe's Detention of Diplomats
Uncle Sam's Cyber Force Wants You!  by William J. Astore and Tom Engelhardt
Singin' the Scott McClellan Blues
by Ximena Ortiz
McCain, Spying and Executive Power: a Complete Reversal in 6 Months  by Glenn Greenwald
Arming Our Own Enemies in Iraq
by Gareth Porter
Iran and EFPs: Chronology of a Lie
by Gary Leupp
Did Hillary Say 'Bring 'Em On'?
by Rosa Brooks

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B-2 Crashed Because Moisture Confused Sensors
Officer Calls 9/11 Cases Tainted
Commander Confident on Post-'Surge' Troop Levels
US Reopening Review of Torture Charges
No Credible Evidence Pirates, Terrorists Related
AFRICOM Set for a Long Campaign
Adviser Says McCain Backs Bush Wiretaps
Comcast Is Hiring an
Internet Snoop for the Feds
Iraq Occupation
Iraq May Request UN Extension for US Presence
Iraq: Haditha Case Dwindles With Innocent Verdict
MP: Disagreement Over Sovereignty Stalls US-Iraq Long-Term Agreement
Mongolia to Send 10th Batch of Troops to Iraq
Today in Iraq
Iraq Seeks to Clear Olympic Suspension Hurdle
Iraqi Fishermen Risk Death to Pursue Livelihood
Iraqi Councils Shoulder More Responsibility
Several al-Qaeda Members Killed and Arrested in Iraq
Iraq Bill Against Oil Smuggling Passed
Thursday: 1 US Soldier, 1 Georgian Soldier, 20 Iraqis Killed, 6 Iraqis Wounded
Global Iraq Fallout
Jordan Man Gets Life for Iraq Recruiting
United Arab Emirates to Be First Gulf State to Appoint Ambassador to Iraq
The War at Home
Facing Criticism, Obama Modifies Jerusalem Stance
Obama, McCain Set Up Hot Campaign Issue
McCain Urges Further Iran Sanctions
US Military
Fired Four-Star Officers
Nations Concerned as Increasing Number of Microsoft Employees Also Work for US Air Force
Suicide Soldier Could Not Endure More Pain, Wife Says
Army: Chemical Weapons Incineration on Track
A Look at Chemical Weapons Destruction in the US
Colonel: Gitmo Anti-Tribunal Stance Cost Me a Medal
9/11 Families Excluded From Guantánamo Hearing
British Judge Sets Hearing on Evidence for Detainee
Arraigned, 9/11 Defendants Talk of Martyrdom
Guantánamo September 11 Trial Courtroom Sketches
'War on Terror'
US Treasury Targets Three Gulf-Based Militants
British Bank Closes Personal Accounts of Citizens Over US PATRIOT Act
Former PM: Britain's 42-Day Detention Law 'Scaremongering', Will Only Help Terrorists Recruit
Some Small Towns Opt to Buy Terrorism Insurance
Former Clerk Gets 6-Months for Stadium Attack Hoax
Defense Says Ohio Terror Suspect Not Part of Plot
Zimbabwean Generals Accused of 'Stealth Coup'
Zimbabwe's Currency Crashes, Prices Rocket
Zimbabwe Suspends Aid Operations
Sudan Bars US Firms From Darfur Contracts
Sudanese Minister Accused of War Crimes
Prosecutor Accuses Sudanese State of Darfur Crimes
Fighting the 'Fiery Serpent' in Sudan
UN Security Council Gets Firsthand Look at Darfur
Displaced Burundi Civilians Return to Villages
Burundi Military Court Refuses to Try Massacre Suspects
Mayor: Puntland Soldiers Join Forces With Pirates
UN Condemns 'Terrorist' Act by Rebels in Congo
Russia Warns NATO Expansion Will Sour Relations
EU Parliament: Russian Peacekeepers Not Neutral
Russia Shutters 2nd of Its 3 Remaining Plutonium Reactors
Russian President Calls for Europe Peace Treaty
Islamists Charged Over Plots in Spain
Macedonia: Ethnic Albanians Protest Vote Violence
British Treasury Says There Is No Money for a Salary Increase for Soldiers
Olmert Warns Iran Over Nuclear Work
Iran: US Pressuring UN to Probe Its Nuke Programs
Iran Reaffirms Peaceful Nature of Its Nuclear Program
Iran Says Answered Bomb Allegations

Iran Says 16 Killed in Infiltration From Northern Iraq: Report

Writer Says War Won't Stop Iran's Nuclear Program
Iran Makes the Sciences a Part of Its Revolution
Iran Threatens to Sue Western Nations
Assad Says Syria May Open Embassy in Lebanon
Syria Tells IAEA Ready to Cooperate: Diplomat
Former MP: Israel Offered Golan to Syria During War
Turkey Happy With US Backing for Syria-Israel Talks
Palestinian Politics
Hamas Accepts Abbas Offer of Talks: Haniya
US: No Objections to Abbas-Hamas Dialogue
Abbas Aides Say Hamas Talks Depend on Ceding Gaza
Hamas Predicts It Will Win Palestinian Polls
Gaza Agency Working With Blair Seized by Hamas
Gaza Under Siege
Olmert Hints Major Gaza Operation Is Imminent
Israeli and Palestinian Girl, 4, Killed in Gaza Attacks
Israel Loosens Exit Restrictions on Gazans Studying Abroad
Israeli Armed Forces Storm Southeast Gaza, Raze Farms
Gaza Farmers Caught in Front Line of Israeli Raids
US/UK in the Middle East
US Suspends Move of Embassy to Jerusalem
US May Lift Ban on Sale of F-22 Aircraft to Israel
Blair Defends Neutrality in Middle East Role
Middle East
Turkish Court Annuls Headscarf Law in Blow to Government
Arabs Shocked by Obama Speech
US Backs Talks With Some Afghan Rebels: Ambassador
More Than 10 Taliban Killed in Afghanistan
Afghan FM: Pakistan Peace Deal a 'Serious Threat'
Australian Defense Chief Wants Afghanistan Surge
Suicide Blast Hits Afghan Town, Four Wounded: Police
Afghanistan's Natural Environment a Victim of War: Activists
Helicopter Crash Kills Two NATO Soldiers in Afghanistan
Pakistan FM Defends Taliban Peace Talks on Eve of Afghan Trip
US Officer Lauds Pakistan Army Anti-Terror Effort
Danes Working With Pakistanis Investigating Blast
Nepal Maoists Give Up Presidency
Nepal Police Detain 250 Protesting Tibetans
US Marines Imprisoned for Beating Taxi Driver in Okinawa
US Navy's Comic Answer to Nuclear Warship Fears
Japan and North Korea to Resume Talks
China Arrests 16 Tibetan Monks Suspected in Bombings
Administration Sets New Talks With China

China Tightens Media Limits Loosened After Earthquake

Junta Forcing Myanmar Cyclone Survivor Relocation
Myanmar Detains Activist Comedian
Sri Lanka
Two Bus Bombs Kill 23 in Sri Lankan Capital
Sri Lanka: 36 Killed in Latest Fighting
Wanted Indonesian Radical Thumbs Nose at Police Amid Crackdown

Arroyo Critic Jailed for Libel in Philippines: Court Official


Justin Raimondo
Obama Capitulates

Doug Bandow
Waging War Only When Necessary

Nebojsa Malic
From Munich to Kosovo

Philip Giraldi
Iran Accusations Merit Skepticism

Ivan Eland
Sadr, Sistani Opposition to US Presence Should Worry Maliki

Sascha Matuszak
Give China Some Face

Charles Peña
Things to Remember on Memorial Day

David R. Henderson
The Fight for Memorial Day

Alan Bock
Talking About Nothing

Ran HaCohen
Israel at Sixty

Praful Bidwai
One Last Push for India-US Nuke Deal

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