Today's Highlights

America Is the Rogue Nation: Charley Reese
A Legacy to Die For: Gordon Prather
Can the Air Force Be Reformed?: Ivan Eland
Even Rare Bush Success Leaves Sour Taste: Lobe
Zionism's Dead End: Jonathan Cook

 Gordon Prather

Axis of False Accusations

 Clay Ramsay

Americans Oppose Torture Somewhat

 Trevor Lyman

Left, Right, Libertarians for 4th Amendment

 Melvin Goodman

Failure of Intelligence

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Updated June 28, 2008 - 10:34 PM EDT
30,000 Troops Heading to Iraq in 2009
  Angry Iraqi Officials Decry US Raid
  Attacks Targeting Iraqis Working With Americans
  Marines Spokesman: Wind, Not Violence, Preventing Anbar Handover
  Saturday: 1 Azeri Soldier, 41 Iraqis Killed; 2 Iraqis Wounded
US Says Taliban Resilient, Will Step Up Attacks
  Four US Coalition Soldiers Dead in Afghan Attacks
  Fears Rise That Key Pakistani City Will Fall to Islamic Militants
North Korea Destroys Nuclear Reactor Tower
  Even the Rare Bush Success Leaves a Sour Taste
Report: Iran Will Use Oil as Weapon if Attacked
US Agrees to Pay Scientist $5.8 Million in Anthrax Case
Hamas Chief Urges Palestinian Factions to Honor Cease-Fire
The Nuclear Expert Who Never Was  by Scott Ritter
America Is the Rogue Nation
by Charley Reese
What if We Leave the Middle East? (We Won't Be Missed)  by Leon Hadar
Don't Invade Zimbabwe
by Jacob G. Hornberger
Zionism's Dead End  by Jonathan Cook
A Legacy to Die For  by Gordon Prather

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Nuclear Weapons Programs Around the World
Preparing for the Unthinkable – Nuclear Attack
Street Team '08: Dishonest Military? (video)
US Sees Decline in Iranian-Linked Bombs in Iraq
Gunmen Kill Leading Iraqi Judge in Baghdad Ambush
Sri Lankan Battles Kill 51 Combatants
In Zimbabwe, Voters' Fear Joins Mugabe on Ballot
Oil Tops $142 a Barrel, Up 46% in Six Months
North Korea's Nuke Program
Up in Smoke (video)
Today in Iraq
Baghdad's Walls Keep Peace but Feel Like Prison
Iraq Tries to Entice Back Doctors Who Fled Violence
Iraq Says Two Dozen Shi'ite Fighters Have Surrendered
On the Menu in Baghdad, Fresh Hopes

Friday: 10 Iraqis Killed, 6 Wounded

Iraq Occupation
Talibani: US Security Deal No Threat to Neighbors
US Troops Nab Suspect in Deadly Iraq Suicide Bombing
US Troops Transfer 1,000 Humvees to Iraqi Security Forces
US C-130 Makes Emergency Landing in Baghdad Field
High-Tech Combat Equipment Expedited for Use in Iraq
US Military
US Military Experiences Big Hike in Fuel Prices
Decorated Medic, Iraq Vet Discharged for Admitting He Is Gay
Army Looks to Save Its 'Future'
Air Base Ex-Guard Convicted of Hiding Muslim Name
Corporal Laid to Rest After 2007 Suicide
Maryland Mom Uses Son's Iraq Death to Help Change Citizenship Law
Judge Sees No Reason to Delay Guantánamo Trial
Guantánamo Detainees Made to Feel Like 'Nomads'
'War on Terror'
Key Player in Waterboarding Policy 'Smug' Under Questioning
Cheney Aide Addington Says He Didn't Write Memos
Radiation Monitors to Cost More Than DHS Estimated in '06
US and Europe Near Agreement on Private Data
Jailed Prof in Terror Case Faces Contempt Charges
Second al-Qaeda Leader to Be Freed in Britain
Israel Gives UN Watchdog Secret Briefing on Iran
Meeting on Iran Attack So Secret Olmert Didn't Even Write It in His Diary
Israel May Hold Off Attacking Iran Until After Iranian Elections
UN: Golan Observer Force's Mandate Extended
Hamas Slams Gaza Rocket Attack as Crossings Stay Closed
Gaza Truce 'Violated Repeatedly'
Israel Allows Fuel Into Gaza but No Goods
Israel Keeps Gaza Crossings Closed for Third Day
Israeli Troops Kill Palestinian Teen
Tunnellers of Gaza Come Into the Light
Israeli Cabinet Vote on Hezbollah Prisoner Swap May Be Delayed
Lebanese Leader: Country Nearing Self-Destruction
Russia & Her Neighbors
Medvedev, Like Putin, Criticizes US Missile Plan
Russians and EU to Seek New Pact
Russian Shift: A European Charm Campaign
Ingushetia's Forces Accused of Abuses
Basques Approve Vote on Ties With Spain, ETA Talks
Serbs Choose New Premier for Coalition
Weekend Reviews
Present at the Destruction
Bush Behind Bars?
Critical Malfunction: Misreading Gore Vidal
Three Reporters Recount the Highs and Lows of Covering the War
North Korea
North Korea's Intent in Razing Tower Is Unclear
North Korean Nuclear Papers Leave Many Questions Open
North Korea to Reap Benefits From South as Ties Thaw
North Korean Statement on Nuclear Deal
US Pays $2.5 Million for North Korean Nuclear Demolition: Official
Japan Media Mixed on US Response to North Korea
Japan Plays Down North Korea Worries, Media Frets
North Korea Welcomes US Lifting of Sanctions
Chronology of North Korean Nuclear Activities
Peshawar Braces for Military Operation
Taliban Bring Vigilante Law to Pakistan's Peshawar
US Senate Approves $150 Million for Pakistan
Crowd Sees Pakistan Militants Kill Two Alleged US Spies
Sharif Reiterates Vow to Restore Judges After Sweep in By-Elections
UN Critical of Pakistan Deals With Militants
US Demand for Direct Access to A.Q. Khan Rejected
Pakistan FM Lauds 'Pipeline of Peace'
India, Pakistan Meet on Peace Process
Pakistan Says It Wants Solution to Kashmir Dispute
Land Transfer to Hindu Site Inflames Kashmir's Muslims
Indian Maoists Destroy Mobile Towers, Snap Lines
Afghan Fighting Kills Rebels, Civilian
Taiwan Ends Modest Military Drill as China Ties Warm
Indonesian Foreign Ministry Warns Aussie Filmmakers to Include Military's Point of View in Journalists' Killings
Ramos-Horta Won't Take UN Rights Job

Thai PM Survives No-Confidence Vote

Nepalese Police Break Up Tibetan Protest, Detain 50
Militias Force Some to Vote for Zimbabwe's Mugabe
Widespread Intimidation Seen in Zimbabwe Vote
Polling Stations Close in Zimbabwe Election
Tsvangirai Says Zimbabweans Being Forced to Vote
Mugabe Claims He Is 'Open to Talks' After Poll
Attackers in Zimbabwe Are Also Victims
Zimbabwe's Tsvangirai Returns to Dutch Embassy
Sanctions on Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe State-Run Press Leads Propaganda Charge
UN Council Raps Zimbabwe Vote
Nine Soldiers Killed in Mogadishu Attack
Displaced in Mogadishu Face Many Hardships
Despite Torture Reports, US Military Aid Will Continue to Kenya
Kenyan Troops May Be Excluded From Future UN Work Over Torture Claims
DR Congo
War Crimes Charges for Congo Massacre
Mexico Accepts Anti-Narcotics Aid From US
Colombia's President Seeks Referendum on Disputed '06 Reelection
Fiji Govt: Microsoft Violating Sovereignty With Windows Fiji Codename

Justin Raimondo
Is War Good For the Economy?

Ivan Eland
Can the Air Force Be Reformed?

Doug Bandow
Turning the Recurring Joke of a New European Defense Policy into Reality

Nebojsa Malic
Return of the Reds

Charles Peña
Change We Can Believe In?

Alan Bock
The Media Did Fail Us

David R. Henderson
The Supreme Court Gets One Right

Philip Giraldi
Remaking the Middle East

Praful Bidwai
India-Pakistan Peace Survives, Somehow

Sascha Matuszak
The US and China:
Unsettling Similarities

Ran HaCohen
Israel at Sixty

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