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Coercive Diplomacy Disputed: Gareth Porter
Conyers: Stop the War Crimes: Gordon Prather
Lebanon Intrusion: Stephen Zunes
What Does the Gitmo Ruling Mean?: Worthington

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 Philip Giraldi

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Updated June 14, 2008 - 11:28 PM EDT
Iraqi PM: US May Be Asked to Leave
  Iraq Security Talks With US at an Impasse
  Sadr Plans New Armed Group to Fight US Forces
  Sistani Rep: US Wants to Stay in Iraq, Pullout Talk Just for Election
  Friday: 2 US Soldiers, 20 Iraqis Killed; 14 Iraqis Wounded
Taliban Free 1,200 in Attack on Afghan Prison
  Bomb Kills 4 US Troops in Afghanistan
  US-Led Operation Kills Afghan Civilian Woman
Mammoth Anti-Musharraf Rally in Islamabad
  Pakistani Tribes Reach for Guns After US Attack
  US General Questions Pakistan Plan for Militants
Iran Nixes Nuclear Halt After Powers Offer Deal
Coercive Diplomacy Disputed at Centrist Meet
Irish Treaty Rejection Plunges EU Into Crisis
Blueprint for Forward Base America  by Neil MacDonald
The Supreme Court's Guantánamo Ruling: What Does It Mean?  by Andy Worthington
John McCain's Chilling Project for America  by Elliot Cohen
Conyers: Stop the War Crimes
by Gordon Prather
Lebanon Intrusion  by Stephen Zunes
It Depends Who Says It  by Matthew Good

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Critics Study Possible Limits to Habeas Corpus Ruling
Lawmakers Near Deal on Surveillance Bill
Mobile Phone Number Moving Caused Feds to Wiretap Wrong American
Brzezinski Says Bush Should Dissuade Israel From Attack on Iran
Iraq's Sadr Says Only Select Few Should Fight US
Pakistan's Sharif Suggests Musharraf Might Be Hanged
Anthony Arnove Talks to Dahr Jamail (video)
Thousands of Ordinary Pakistanis
Protest Musharraf, US
Iraq Occupation
Iraqi Foreign Minister Says Talks With US Not Dead
Iraqi PM's Adviser Speaks of Options if Pact Not Signed With US
Iraq's Thorny Negotiations With US
Bush, in Europe, Seeks to Put Iraq Tensions to Rest
US Military: Five Gunmen Killed in Raid in Iraq
Today in Iraq
Families Question Fate of Detained Children in Iraq
Iraqi Minister Tells UN Council Security Improving
Iraqi Police Says Senior al-Qaeda Militant Killed
US-Iraqi Forces Arrest 50 in Diyala
Friday: 1 US Soldier, 20 Iraqis Killed; 14 Iraqis Wounded
The War at Home
McCain: 'I Will Get Osama bin Laden and Bring Him to Justice'
Blackwater Training Decision Delayed in Northern Idaho
US Military
Predator Crash Is Second in Two Weeks
'Top Gun' Jets Collide, One Pilot Missing
McCain Slams Court's Guantánamo Ruling
War Position Shapes Lawmakers' View of Gitmo Ruling
Gates: Detainee Abuses Gave US 'Black Eye'
Gitmo Lawyer Shayana Kadidal on SCOTUS Ruling
Over Guantánamo, Justices Come Under Election-Year Spotlight
Lawyer: Ruling May Invalidate Gitmo Aussie's Conviction
'War on Terror'
DC Police Abandon 'Checkpoints' Plan
Groups Ask Court to Review Laptop Searches
Three in Ohio Found Guilty of Plot Against US Troops in Iraq
Top Airport Security Expert in Israel to Inspect Los Angeles Airport Anti-Terror Measures
Suspected Syrian Arms Trafficker Extradited by Spain to US
Painter Gets 2-1/2 Years in Prison for Sept. 11 Fraud
EU Treaty
Europe Stunned by Irish Rejection of Treaty
Britain to Press on With EU Treaty Ratification
Serbia Rejects UN Proposal on Kosovo EU Mission
Ambitious EU Plan for Kosovo Angers Russians
Security Chief Says al-Qaeda Plotting in Denmark
UK Tories Urge Davis to Change His Mind as Contest Threatens to Descend Into Farce
At Least Nine Dead in North Caucusus Attacks
Spain Jails Six Suspected Members of Radical Cell
Mugabe: Zimbabwe Veterans Have Threatened to Fight if Opposition Wins
Zimbabwe VP: Voting for Tsvangirai 'An Act of War'
Top Opposition Official Still Missing in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Police Impound Opposition Campaign Buses
Now the Opposition Takes Up Arms in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Crisis Unlikely to End With Elections
Eritrea: Official Statement on US Allegations
France Backing Djibouti in War Against Eritrea
UN-Contracted Driver Slain in Somalia
Somali Opposition Imposes Condition for Cease-Fire
Rebels Seen Moving Again in East Chad
In Kenya's Hotbed of Postelection Violence, a Bishop Sows Seeds of Peace
Colombia Says FARC Rebel Wants Deal for Betancourt
Weekend Reviews
Agenda for Anti-Statists
The Cult of the Presidency
The Fruit of a Poisonous Tree
West to Offer Iran Help in Building Nuclear Industry
EU's Solana in Tehran With Nuclear Offer
Iran Kills Two Militants in Border Clash
16 Iranian Police Taken Hostage
Assad: Israel Peace Talks Should Resume Where They Left Off in 1995
Assad: Israel Has Learned It Needs Peace for Security
French FM 'Uneasy' About Syrian President's Visit
Report: Turkey and Syria Consider Joint Nuclear Energy Project
Palestinian Videoed Settler Attack: Rights Group
Video Forces Israeli Police to Probe Attack by Settlers
Israeli DM: Gaza Cease-Fire Postponed by Kadima Primaries
Hamas Admits Responsibility for Accidental Gaza Blast That Killed Eight
Israeli Military Routinely Blocks Palestinians From West Bank Beaches
Israel Announces 1,300 New Homes in Annexed East Jerusalem
US Criticizes New Israeli Settlement for East Jerusalem
Israeli Army Removes 10 Roadblocks in Southern West Bank
The Torture Police/Every Shin Bet Move Is Watched by Its Legal Team
Palestinian Wounded as Israeli Forces Fire at Wall Protesters
Settlers Halt Tour of Hebron
Middle East
Plan Would Lift Saudi Oil Output to Highest Ever
Sunni Mufti Slams Hezbollah's 'Military Occupation' of Beirut
Egypt Blocks 'Radioactive' Shipment From Israel
Rice Offers Regrets to Pakistan for Border Deaths
US, Pakistan Agree on Joint US Attack Probe
Lawyers' Long March Reaches in Front of Pakistani Parliament House
Pakistan's Sharif Fires Up Lawyers Against Musharraf
Militants Kill Five Pakistan Tribesmen: Official
Gates: US Must Be Patient With New Govt in Pakistan
Iran Asks Pakistan to Help Find Hostages
India Opens New Airbase Close to Pakistan Border
India Returns Bodies of Two Pakistani Prisoners
May Combat Deaths in Afghanistan Outpace Iraq
NATO Seeks to Replace US Marine Afghan Mission
US Gets Modest NATO Accessions on Afghanistan
US Urges Allies to Match Afghan 'Rhetoric' With Troop Action
Britain Sends 200 Extra Troops to Afghanistan
Coalition Troops, Militants Killed in Fresh Afghan Violence
British Soldier Died in Vehicle Lacking Defense System
Airstrikes Kill 17 Militants in Afghanistan
Lieutenant Colonel Shot by Taliban Is Most Senior British Afghanistan Casualty
UK Troops Sieze Taliban Bomb-Maker in Afghanistan Raid
Trip Illuminates Life on Bases Across Afghan Desert
North Korea/Japan
North Korea Yields Slightly on Abductions
Japan to Lift Some Sanctions on North Korea
Chocks Away for Taiwan-China Flights
Taiwan Complains of Media Controls at China Talks
Chinese President Hu Warm on Taiwan Ties After Talks
Tibetan Monks Forced to Take 'Patriotic Tests'
Myanmar Says US Aid Can't Be Trusted
Amid Chaos, Nepal's King Bows Out Gracefully
US Ruling May Delay Compensation for Marcos Victims
UN to Hand Policing to East Timor Force

Justin Raimondo
The Revolt of the Liberated

Ivan Eland
Ungrateful Allies

Doug Bandow
The Cult of the Presidency

Charles Peña
Having Your Cake and
Eating It Too

Sascha Matuszak
The US and China:
Unsettling Similarities

Nebojsa Malic
From Munich to Kosovo

Philip Giraldi
Iran Accusations Merit Skepticism

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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