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by: Philip Giraldi 2010-10-3
Jonathan Pollard did more damage to the United States than any spy in history. And it was genuine damage, not just a mass of documents that had been routinely classified...

An Arab member of the Israeli parliament is demanding that a newspaper be allowed to publish an investigative report that was suppressed days before Israel attacked Gaza in winter 2008...

by: Stephen Zunes 2010-1-14
The United States may be on the verge of involvement in yet another counterinsurgency war that, as in Iraq and Afghanistan, may make a bad situation even worse...

by: Uri Avnery 2009-9-17
The people of Sodom, the Bible tells us, were very wicked indeed. They had a nasty habit of putting every passing stranger into one particular bed. If the stranger was too tall, his legs were shortened. If he was too short, his body was stretched to the required length...

by: Charles V. Pe?a 2009-6-12
Indeed, many American Muslims fled those oppressive regimes to make a better life for themselves and their children in America. And the irony of Obama speaking in Cairo is that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak also runs an authoritarian regime. Egypt may have parliamentary elections, but Mubarak’s 27-year rule is akin to Saddam Hussein’s run as president of Iraq from 1979 to 2003. Just as President Reagan challenged former Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev to "tear down this w..

by: John Pilger 2009-1-9
"When the truth is replaced by silence," the Soviet dissident Yevgeny Yevtushenko said, "the silence is a lie." It may appear the silence is broken on Gaza. The cocoons of murdered children, wrapped in green, together with boxes containing their dismembered parents and the cries of grief and rage of everyone in that death camp by the sea, can be viewed on al-Jazeera and YouTube, even glimpsed on the BBC. But Russia’s incorrigible poet was not referring to the ephemeral we call news; he..

At least 11 Iraqis were killed and 13 more were wounded in the latest attacks. A roadside bomb killed a U.S. soldier in Iskandariya. Also, followers of Shi’ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr peacefully ..

by: Jim Lobe 2008-5-13
The basic democratic principle that "the will of the people should be the basis for the authority of government" is supported by overwhelming majorities throughout the world, according to a major new survey [.pdf] of more than 17,000 adults in 19 countries released Monday...

by: Scott Ritter 2008-3-6
The United Nations Security Council has agreed to tighten economic sanctions against Iran following Iran’s continued refusal to suspend its ongoing program of uranium enrichment. ..

by: Michael Scheuer 2008-1-13
What, one wonders, can possibly inspire the neoconservatives’ hate for Americans, their history, their traditions, and their ideas? In the context of this question, George Weigel’s new book, Faith, Reason, and the War against Jihadism...

by: Adam Morrow and Khaled Moussa al-Omrani 2008-1-12
Recent months have witnessed several notable political reorientations in the Middle East, involving Iran, the Gulf states, Egypt and Lebanon. Several experts say the changes reflect a shift in Washington’s regional strategy following recent US policy setbacks...