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As Shi'ites police Sunnis, rough justice feeds bitterness
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Kalashnikovs for hire in Iraq
Slate.com (US)

Fiery cleric may be US's unlikely savior in Iraq
Salon.com (US)

Bungled peace-building opens the door to terrorism
Common Dreams (US)

What's driving the kidnappings in Iraq
Christian Science Monitor (US)

For Kurds, chickens mean food, cash, and now death
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Iraq's next big hurdle: unity government
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Bush's war economy: exporting jobs and security
Counterpunch (US)

Rove: It's the (eternal) war, stupid!
Salon.com (US)

Reporting under fire
Mother Jones (US)

Iraq's oil shock
Salon.com (US)

Ethnic tug of war puts Iraq army to the test
Financial Times (UK)

A nation of pre-emptors
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Iraq air war: where's the coverage?
Mother Jones (US)

Kurdish women's struggle for civil rights
Village Voice (US)

Iraq sticker shock
Salon.com (US)

The war within the antiwar movement
Counterpunch (US)

Teaching patriotism in Iraqi classrooms
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Why the war is sexist
Counterpunch (US)

After the war
Truthout (US)

Pyrrhic victory: the US's best hope in Iraq
The Nation (US)

Iraq's election results: a divided nation
The Independent (UK)

Private armies threaten Iraq's security
San Francisco Chronicle (US)

Unembedded: the human face of war-ravaged Iraq
Mother Jones (US)

Hussein trial tests judge's control
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Christian peacemakers and the failure of the Left
Mother Jones (US)

Ten ways to argue about the war
Salon.com (US)

Pregnant Iraqi women fearful of Baghdad's dangerous roads
San Jose Mercury News (US)

Worse than Saddam: Bush's Iraq outdoes a despot
The Nation (US)

Thanksgiving at Camp Casey
Counterpunch (US)

White phosphorous debate grows white hot
North County Times (US)

White phosphorous: weapon on the edge
BBC (UK)

One year later: Fallujah mending, but still volatile
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Raid on torture dungeon exposes Iraq's secret war
The Independent (UK)

Lying with intelligence
The Nation (US)

Did the US use chemical weapons in Iraq?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

The silence on Iraq is deafening
Salon.com (US)

Shiite power struggle simmers in Najaf
Christian Science Monitor (US)

How reporters helped lead us to war
The Nation (US)

While you slept: they lied us into war
Antiwar.com (US)

Iraq policy critics come out of the woodwork too late
Antiwar.com (US)

A grim mark: 2000 dead as Iraq tours stretch on
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Rights group issues report in Iraq torture
New York Review of Books (US)

Judgement day for Saddam
Salon.com (US)

Can Saddam Hussein get a fair trial?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Web of truth: Halliburton whistle-blower stands firm
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Iraq's little-read charter evokes strong views
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Al Qaeda's golden opportunity
Alternet (US)

Constitution breakthrough may win over Sunnis
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

The Katrina-Iraq link
Salon.com (US)

An earlier empire's war on Iraq: a lesson from Rome
Counterpunch (US)

Withdrawal symptoms: last one to leave turn the lights on
Mother Jones (US)

Iraq's foreign fighters: few but deadly
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Pentagon admits sending gay service members to War
RainbowNetwork.com (US)

The toll in Iraq: how many more must die?
Village Voice (US)

The media and the anti-war movement
Counterpunch (US)

The new fight against the war
Village Voice (US)

The people with the blood-soaked hands
Counterpunch (US)

Winning the peace
The Nation (US)

Iraqis to Bush: where did our money go?
Counterpunch (US)

Memory's revenge
Mother Jones (US)

Revenge killings fuel fear of escalation in Iraq
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Off their guard: storm taxes war-strained National Guard
Salon.com (US)

Why Iraq's women matter
Salon.com (US)

Army official critical of Halliburton contract demoted
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Gay Iraqi laments life after invasion
Washington Blade (US)

Unseen war: the grim reality of Iraq
Salon.com (US)

Why Iraq's Sunnis fear constitution
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Secular Iraqis say new charter may curb rights
New York Tiems (registr. req'd)

Can Cindy Sheehan end the war?
Counterpunch (US)

Saving the US Army can help save Iraq
Mother Jones (US)

Under the clerics' thumbs: women in Iraq
Salon.com (US)

Smearing Cindy Sheehan
Salon.com (US)

Cindy Sheehan's war
Mother Jones (US)

How to get out of Iraq
American Prospect (US)

Female circumcision surfaces in Iraq
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Sticker shock over shell shock
Salon.com (US)

Is being a conscientious objector now criminal?
Counterpunch (US)

Women's rights and Islamic law in Iraq's constitution
HuffingtonPost.com (US)

Iraq dances with Iraq while America seethes
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The politics of a pull-out: operation withdrawal scam
Counterpunch (US)

Terror shifts Muslim views on Iraq war
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Did the US military dream up Iraqi anti-terror warrior?
Salon.com (US)

Growing Republican opposition to Iraq war
Counterpunch (US)

The crock of appeasement
Antiwar.com (US)

Why few graphic images from Iraq make it to US papers
Editor & Publisher (US)

Iraq conflict claims 34 civilian lives per day
The Independent (UK)

Iraq, Internet fuel growth of global jihad
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Shiites bring rigid piety to Iraq's south
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Rightwing radio hosts go to Iraq
Counterpunch (US)

Muzzling Saddam: bait-and-switch in Iraqi jurisprudence
Counterpunch (US)

Negotiations are not enough
Antiwar.com (US)

Poll points to increasing doubts over war's progress
USA Today (US)

Normally quiet, a military town talks of casualties
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The anti-war movement and impeachment
Counterpunch (US)

Why the memo matters
Mother Jones (US)

Downing Street secrets
Boston Globe (US)

US lied about using napalm in Iraq
Counterpunch (US)

Uncle Sam really wants you
New York Times (registr. req'd)

AP dropped the ball on British Iraq memo
Salon.com (US)

Efforts to catch Iraqi militants fuel fear, rage
Detroit Free Press (US)

The return of the body count
Mother Jones (US)

Fallout from a forged war
Counterpunch (US)

Two possible futures for Iraq's struggle
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Why the US press won't show civilian casualties
Village Voice (US)

How to enrage Iraq's Sunnis
Slate.com (US)

Why the troops won't be coming home soon
Slate.com (US)

The occupation gets more Saddam-like everyday
Counterpunch (US)

Iraqis look for sons in secret US prisons
Uruknet (Italy)

US (mostly) lets Iraq form its cabinet
Christian Science Monitor (US)

New CIA report scathingly critical of WMD hunt
Salon.com (US)

Iraq: Is Vietnam or Afghanistan the best analogy?
Mother Jones (US)

One (especially) sad death in Iraq
The Nation (US)

Marla Ruzicka: RIP
Salon.com (US)

Halliburton: poster child of war profiteers
Counterpunch (US)

How many have gone to war?
Salon.com (US)

The time to oppose the draft is now
Counterpunch (US)

US introduces laptop-triggered landmines
The Register (UK)

Jalal Talabani: from rebel to president
AP (US)

Victorious Kurds ushered into a divided Iraq
AFP (France)

Iraq's dislocated minorities struggle in urban enclaves
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Harsh tactics were allowed, general told jailers in Iraq
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Iraqi parliament chaos exposes deep rifts
AFP (France)

Political chaos stokes Iraqi fears
BBC (UK)

Iraq war leads UK to revamp intelligence
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

The good news from Iraq
Salon.com (US)

No child left unrecruited
Salon.com (US)

Unhappy anniversary: two years in Iraq
Salon.com (US)

A world of ways to say "Islamic law"
New York Times (registr. req'd)

To end the war, listen to the soldiers
Counterpunch (US)

Doctors group blasts official toll of Iraqi civil dead
AFP (France)

Bringing home Iraq's invisible wounded
Salon.com (US)

Lies military recruiters tell
Counterpunch (US)

Soldier who denounced abuses given psych exam
AFP (France)

Italians saddened over US's killing of Iraq rescuer
Knight Ridder (US)

Outrage as US soldiers kill Italian rescue hero
The Guardian (UK)

Saudi Shiites look to Iraq and assert rights
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The war's silver lining
The Guardian (UK)

Suit alleges Rumsfeld approved torture
Reuters (US)

Iraq's Kurdish militia struggles for a role
Christian Science Monitor (US)

US's prewar vision gets further out of focus
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Soldiers sometimes rough despite risk of antagonizing Iraqis
Knight-Ridder (US)

Groups preparing new push against Iraq war
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Flattened Iraq
Mother Jones (US)

Iraq's Shias go from exclusion to power
The Economist (UK)

Bush's Iraq "oil for women program"
The Nation (US)

Women could lose rights in Sistani's Iraq
The Independent (UK)

Ballot strength leads Kurds to press for a role as deal-makers
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Sanctions and the Iraqi health crisis
Counterpunch (US)

Iraq: united and divided
Salon.com (US)

Ayatollah Sistani may oversee Iraq's constitution
KnightRidder (US)

Iraqi women divided about voting
KnightRidder (US)

Within Shiite block diverse views emerge
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Power vacuum in Iraq
The Guardian (US)

Fear of Shia planet
Village Voice (US)

On the Sunni side
Salon.com (US)

Backlash in Baghdad: the war on women
Mother Jones (US)

Now the US must get out of Iraq's way
The Nation (US)

Iraq's elections: defying the bombers to cast their votes
The Economist (UK)

The Kurds take Kirkuk
Salon.com (US)

Iraq's elections: the calm before the storm
The Economist (UK)

Coaching Iraq's candidates, discreetly
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

New election issues: electricity and water
New York Times (registr. req'd)

What we owe Iraq
Mother Jones (US)

Why a 10-year vet turned conscientious objector
Salon.com (US)

Threats hinder Iraqi candidates
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Museum sounds alarm: US army "has damaged Babylon"
BBC (UK)

What the New York Times death chart missed: civilians
Counterpunch (US)

Salvadoran-style death squads for Iraq
The Progressive (US)

What's our biggest problem in Iraq -- the insurgency or Bush?
Counterpunch (US)

US analysts fear further chaos after Iraq elections
AFP (France)

Interrogating Donald Rumsfeld
Mother Jones (US)

Abu Ghraib: the naked truth
Village Voice (US)

Iraq: the devastation
Mother Jones (US)

If Sunnis won't vote, then what?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Iraq's insurgents desperate to blow election off course
The Economist (UK)

Interest in Iraqi elections rises
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Bin Laden votes in Iraq, shoots self in foot
JuanCole.com (US)

A toxic threat arises amidst northern Iraq's prosperity
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Suicide mission: the Mosul mess hall bombings
Salon.com (US)

Christmas Eve of destruction
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The rising tab for the US war effort
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Intrigues, power plays as Iraqi election season starts
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Oil, oil everywhere: why Iraq has fuel queues
The Economist (UK)

Which war is this anyway?
Mother Jones (US)

Bid builds to delay Iraq vote
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Iraq election dispute creates unusual allies
MSNBC (US)

Death squads and Iraq's elections
Counterpunch (US)

Fallujah: the 21st century Guernica
Counterpunch (US)

No victory in Fallujah
The Nation (US)

Iraq, the press and the election
Mother Jones (US)

Seeking true victory in Fallujah
The New Yorker (US)

Kill or be killed: with the Marines in Fallujah
Village Voice (US)

Iraq's neighbors discuss war, elections and reconstruction
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The horrors of Fallujah: a first-hand account
Counterpunch (US)

Iraq's mothers of battles
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

A watchdog follows the money in Iraq
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Rebuilding Fallujah on $10 a day
Mother Jones (US)

Fallujah 101: a history lesson on the town we're destroying
In These Times (US)

Crushing Fallujah will not end the Iraq war
CounterPunch (US)

No carrots, all stick in Fallujah
Mother Jones (US)

The Fallujah gamble begins
The Economist (UK)

The costs of war: letters from the home front
The Nation (US)

Dutch soldiers find smiles are most effective protection
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Letters from the home front
Mother Jones (US)

Why America has waged a losing battle on Fallouja
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

How to make new enemies
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Did Saddam really try to kill Bush's dad?
Asia Times (Hong Kong)

Iraqi Christians struggle to stay
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Revolt in the ranks in Iraq
Salon.com (US)

Breaking ranks: US troops speak out against the war
Mother Jones (US)

New scrutiny of the flow of Iraqi oil to US consumers
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The real reason for invading Iraq?
Orlando Sentinal (registr. req'd)

Bush recasts rationale for war after report
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

The last word on Iraq's WMDs?
The Economist (UK)

Operation American repression? Stifling soldiers' dissent
Salon.com (US)

Catastrophic success: win or lose in Iraq, Bush will take credit
Slate.com (US)

Is Iraq getting less safe?
The Economist (UK)

Why Americans back the war
Boston Globe (US)

Iraq: how bad can things get?
BBC (UK)

Violence sows fear of voting among Iraqis
Reuters (US)

Experts say no exit from the Iraq debacle
Salon.com (US)

How the White House lost Fallujah
Salon.com

Iraq's continuing insurgency: security first, sewers later
The Economist (UK)

Report: civil war most likely outcome in Iraq
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Reconstruction: winning hearts of Iraqis with a sewage pipeline
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Oil, guns and money
Salon.com (US)

Abu Ghraib: tracing the blame up the chain of command
Mother Jones (US)

Key developments in Najaf crisis
AP (US)

A look at Shiite leaders in Iraq
AP (US)

Najaf: from attack to stalemate
New York Times (registr. req'd)

War stories that have gone MIA
Mother Jones (US)

US's fate in Iraq may sway swing voters
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Inside the Axis of Deceit
Mother Jones (US)

Kerry plays into Bush's hands on Iraq
The Nation (US)

Contract to torture
Salon.com (US)

Outlaw militia plays role of ad hoc police force
New York Times (registr. req'd)

In Baghdad slum, not everyone inspired by holy war
Reuters (US)

Failed states: Iraq, Afghanistan on the edge
Minneapolis StarTribune (US)

Bombings scare minority Christians in Iraq
AP (US)

Last chance for inclusion in Iraq
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Turning the wheels of justice in a chaotic Iraq
New York Times (registr. req'd)

In Iraq, Al Jazeera navigates minefields of press freedom
Los Angeles Times (US)

Onward, Muslim soldiers?
The Economist (UK)

Reality TV hits home in Baghdad
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Kurds wonder where they fit in the new Iraq
Los Angeles Times (US)

Iraq war: accounting and accountability
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Balancing Iraq's factions
The Economist (UK)

Bush and Blair keep howling about Saddam
Boston Globe (US)

Marked women: a rash of honor killings in the "new" Iraq
Time (US)

Death also comes to soldiers in the autumn of life
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Demanding accountability for the distortions
Washington Post (US)

Spymasters or spinmeisters: US and UK intelligence failures
The Economist (UK)

Counting the costs: the price for Iraq continues to skyrocket
In These Times (US)

The CIA did it!
Mother Jones (US)

Who vs. Saddam: bringing a tyrant to trial
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Report proves war was based on lies
The Nation (US)

Iraq's disparate insurgents
The Economist (UK)

Iraq's sovreignty restored, up to a point
The Economist (UK)

Scenarios for Iraq's future
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Iraq's fledgling justice system faces huge challenge
Baltimore Sun (US)

Outsourcing Private Ryan
The American Prospect (US)

Abu Ghraib: standing at the floddgates
Law.com (US)

Following the torture trail to Bush
Village Voice (US)

Cleaning up Iraq's water: a dirty job, done secretly
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Bush, Iraq and torture: shameful revelations
The Economist (UK)

Iraq puts contempt for troops on display
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

The US and Iraq: papering over the cracks
The Economist (UK)

Contracting justice in Iraq
Mother Jones (US)

US general approved torture at Abu Ghraib
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Legalizing torture
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Iraq beyond the occupation
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Lockboxes, Iraqi loot and a trail to the Fed
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Remaking Iraq without guns
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Abu Ghraib holds mirror to Arabs
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Only six women appointed to Iraqi interim government
Ms. Magazine (US)

A new leadership, impatient for full power
The Economist (UK)

This is what war looks like
Beliefnet.com (US)

Seeds of non-violent resistance sown in Iraq
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Torture and secrecy
In These Times (US)

John Warner tries to get to the bottom of Abu Ghraib
Salon.com (US)

Electorate is wising up to Iraq blunder
The Nation (US)

The lessons of Abu Ghraib
The Atlantic (US)

Misreading The Arab Mind
Boston Globe (US)

A hollow sovreignty for Iraq
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Iraq's new prime minister takes on the job from hell
The Economist (UK)

America's media tries to have it both ways on Iraq
In These Times (US)

Ex-Marine: "I killed civilians in Iraq"
Utne.com (US)

Regarding the torture of others
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The sexual sadism of our culture, in peace and war
The Guardian (UK)

Sworn statements by Abu Ghraib detainees
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Handing off power, but to whom
The Economist (UK)

New details of prison abuse emerge
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Journalists subjected to homophobic abuse by US soldiers
Reuters (US)

How a secret Pentagon program came to Abu Ghraib
The New Yorker (US)

Knowledge of abusive tactics may go higher
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Earlier jail seen as incubator for Iraq abuses
New York Times (registr. req'd)

A war of images
Boston Globe (US)

America adrift in Iraq
New York Times (registr. req'd)

How the US can get out of Iraq
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Iraqi teachers learn hard political lesson
Los Angles Times (registr. req'd)

Scrambling to contain the Abu Ghraib scandal
The Economist (UK)

Military's culture of homophobia at heart of torture scandal
Gay City News (US)

Iraqi prisoner abuse may hurt administration in court
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Conditions of atrocity
The Nation (US)

Britain assesses the damage from Iraq torture scandals
The Economist (UK)

The difficulties in rebuilding Iraq
The Economist (UK)

Why Lynndie England is the public face of Torturegate
Village Voice (US)

Iraq abuse portends hard times
BBC (UK)

Anger echoes through the mosques
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Are there times when we have to accept torture?
The Guardian (UK)

Good soldiers and "bad guys"
Mother Jones (US)

Pressure mounts on Rumsfeld: the buck stops where?
The Economist (UK)

How to get out of Iraq
The Nation (US)

The horror of Abu Ghraib
The Nation (US)

Sodomy in Saddam's former prison
Village Voice (US)

Army reserve officer suggests Iraq jail abuse was encouraged
New York Times (registr. req'd)

West Virginia town turns against conduct of war
Boston Globe (US)

Mutiny the only way out of Iraq's inferno
The Guardian (UK)

Torture at Abu Ghraib
The New Yorker (US)

Mutiny in Iraq
The Nation (US)

Iraq on a knife edge: a cauldron, not a quagmire
The Economist (UK)

Howard Zinn: what do we do now?
The Progressive (US)

Iraq's calm is shattered
The Economist (UK)

The $700 million question: Bush's secret war financing
The American Prospect (US)

Take photo, get fired: why the Pentagon wants to hide the bodies
Mother Jones (US)

Everyday chaos in Baghdad
Mother Jones (US)

If Kerry wins, he'll have to clean up a huge mess in Iraq
The American Prospect (US)

Fables of the reconstruction: memo hints at future troubles
Village Voice (US)

How the Iraq war has crippled the UK's military
The American Prospect (US)

Shadows of Tehran over Iraq
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Security companies: shadow soldiers in Iraq
New York Times (registr. req'd)

After the bloodshed, an anxious calm
The Economist (UK)

The US's embarrassed allies and agitated foes
The Economist (UK)

Anti-US outrage unites growing Iraqi resistance
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Revolt in Iraq: a crisis born of errors
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

UNacceptable: the UN's oil-for-food scandal
Mother Jones (US)

Iraq war has accelerated spread of Bin Laden ideology
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Recent killings in Iraq challenge US will
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Let's make enemies: US struggles hard to hold on to power in Iraq
The Nation (US)

War Rationale 10.0
TomPaine.com (US)

Street crime in Baghdad
The New Yorker (US)

Iraq a year later: plenty of reasons to worry
Mother Jones (US)

Women's groups in Iraq threatened
Ms. Magazine (US)

A deserter speaks out
The Nation (US)

One year later: not feeling any safer
The Nation (US)

Welcome to the quagmire
Salon.com (US)

Iraq one year on: Europe's renewed doubts
The Economist (UK)

Will Bush be a casualty of war?
Salon.com (US)

A year after the war in Iraq, the US is still deeply unpopular
Mother Jones (US)

A liberal supporter of the war looks back
New York Times (registr. req'd)

A revolution via the small screen in post-Saddam Iraq
AFP (France)

Can Iraq's new constitution deliver on its promise for women
The American Prospect (US)

An antiwar activist know for being committed but erratic
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The Empire backfires
The Nation (US)

Al Jazeera goes to jail
The Nation (US)

Bush's five biggest lies about Iraq
The Nation (US)

If this war has a victor, it's the Kurds
Globe and Mail (Canada)

Efforts pay off to protect Kurdish women
Christian Science Monitor (US)

The new Pentagon Papers
Salon.com (US)

Iran's pilgrim-tourists alter Iraqi holy sites
Washington Post (US)

Iraq: a constitution at last
The Economist (UK)

The US is brewing up a disaster for the Kurds
Los Angeles Times (US)

Bugging the UN: Spies in trouble, again
The Economist (UK)

Iraq's thorny governance
The Economist (UK)

The next plan for Iraq
The Economist (UK)

Life returns to marshes a vengeful Hussein drained
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The hermetically sealed conquerors
Salon.com (US)

Iraq's governing council likes the taste of power
The Economist (UK)

The permanent scars of Iraq
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Bombs and ballots: more trouble in Iraq
The Economist (UK)

Contract sport: who's getting the money to rebuild Iraq?
The New Yorker (US)

Lie factory: how a secret Pentagon unit created the case for war
Mother Jones (US)

The portrait of Saddam Hussein
Boston Globe (US)

Inside the Green Zone
Salon.com (US)

The lie factory: Bush's bogus case for war
Mother Jones (US)

War in Iraq: not a humanitarian intervention
Human Rights Watch (US)

Iraqi women fear Islamic law
Los Angeles Times (US)

Former inspector calls Iraq's weapons program "rudimentary"
MSNBC.com (US)

Saddam's elusive arsenal
The Economist (UK)

The Shi'ite surge: what do Iraq's clerics want?
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Spies, lies and weapons: what went wrong?
The Atlantic (US)

Democratizing Iraq: elections or caucuses?
The Economist (UK)

A Shia cleric reintroduces the US to the virtues of the UN
Mother Jones (US)

From victory to success: after-war policy in Iraq
Foreign Policy (US)

Iraq's women fight back
AFP (France)

Iraqi government puts family law under Islamic law
Ms. Magazine (US)

The troublesome, vote-loving ayatollah
The Economist (UK)

Sectarianism in Iraq
The Nation (US)

The charade of Iraqi democracy
The Progressive (US)

Weapons of misperception
The Atlantic (US)

Iraq's legacy of slavery
Washington Post (US)

Can the lessons of history defeat Iraqi insurgents?
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Kurdish struggle intensifies ethnic conflict in Kirkuk
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Iraq's other Saddams
BBC (UK)

Outrage over Iraq's museums turns to silence over the future
OpinionJournal.com (US)

Mounting evidence shows Iraq didn't have WMDs
Boston Globe (US)

Journalists take flak in Iraq
The Nation (US)

Can counterinsurgency efforts succeed in Iraq?
Boston Globe (US)

Shoot to ill: why aren't we using non-lethal weapons in Iraq
The New Republic (US)

The battle for Iraqi oil
The Nation (US)

Professors at war: searching for dissent at the MLA
Boston Globe (US)

US to Hussein: WMD A-OK
The Nation (US)

Was it really the US that caught Saddam?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Post-emptive proof: using Libya's weapons to justify war with Iraq
Mother Jones (US)

Iraq: quicksand and blood
In These Times (US)

How Saddam's trial can serve the victims, not just the victors
Boston Globe (US)

Good news is no news: massaging the message from Iraq
Mother Jones (US)

Risky business: hanging with Halliburton in Iraq
The Nation (US)

Muted joy over Saddam's capture
The American Prospect (US)

Iraq after Saddam's arrest
The Economist (UK)

The moral of Saddam Hussein
The Economist (UK)

Missing US-Iraq history
In These Times (US)

Will the Iraq counter-insurgency plan repeat the errors of Vietnam?
The New Yorker (US)

Phoenix rising: Bush's new assassination corps
The American Prospect (US)

Beirut on the Tigris: arming Iraq's warlords
The New Republic (US)

Bringing the old regime to trial
The Economist (UK)

Iraqi women under siege
The Nation (US)

Live from Baghdad, it's Bush TV!
Utne Reader (US)

Facing the human rights abyss in Iraq
The Nation (US)

US and them: what happened in Samarra?
Mother Jones (US)

An awful truth sinks in for Iraq's Kurds
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Rigging Iraq's elections
The Progressive (US)

Salvaging Iraq: doomed but still recoverable?
The Economist (UK)

Saddam's labor laws live on
The Progressive (US)

Death takes no holidays in Iraq
The Nation (US)

An instructive firefight
The Progressive (US)

War after the war
The New Yorker (US)

Democracy hypocrisy: what Bush's love of liberty actually delivers
The New Yorker (US)

The neo-imperialists
Mother Jones (US)

Bush kicks off election season with a Baghdad campaign stop
The Nation (US)

A no-compassion conservative on Iraqi casualties
The Nation (US)

Decoding the war: what those soundbites really mean
Reason (US)

Echoes of Vietnam
The Nation (US)

Bloody Ramadan in Iraq
Der Spiegel (Germany)

Selling Private Lynch
Salon.com (US)

In search of Rumsfeld's 5,000 Iraqi small businesses
The Nation (US)

Speeding up Iraqification
The Economist (UK)

Baghdad's man on the street
The Atlantic (US)

Baghdad's streets of fear
Salon.com (US)

Is the press more timid in wartime?
Salon.com (US)

The case of the last minute peace offer
Salon.com (US)

More war on the cheap?
Salon.com (US)

Bring Halliburton home
The Nation (US)

Sotto voce: the Senate approves $87 billion for Iraq
The American Prospect (US)

How many body bags?
The Nation (US)

Pentagon seeks draft board volunteers
The Guardian (UK)

Turning the page on Iraq's history
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Bush won't go near the wounded, but Cher will
New York Pres (US)

An occupied country
The Progressive (US)

Oiling up the draft machine?
Salon.com (US)

Blueprint for a mess
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The intelligence war
Salon.com (US)

War of words: how Bush defends the indefensible
Mother Jones (US)

Baghdad, city of bombs
The Economist (US)

Rebuilding Iraq
The Economist (US)

Vietnam it isn't
Washington Post (US)

One, two, three, what are they fighting for?
Tikkun (US)

Search in Iraq fails to find nuclear threat
Washington Post (US)

Reconstructive surgery: fixing Iraq without breaking the bank
The American Prospect (US)

Press underreports wounded in Iraq
Editor & Publisher (Iraq)

Rumsfeld's Pentagon Papers: what he really thinks about the war
Slate.com (US)

Big bucks in Iraq's reconstruction
The Nation (US)

Socialist realism and Iraq's recovery
The New Republic (US)

Bush's bad intelligence
The New Yorker (US)

The power of propaganda
Utne Reader (US)

Bush's holy warriors
Mother Jones (US)

America, Iraq and the UN: will the new resolution help?
The Economist (UK)

Elections as an exit strategy
The American Prospect (US)

Power problems in Baghdad
Boston Globe (US)

Bush's war plan is even scarier than he's saying
The Village Voice (US)

After shock: Iraqis feel abandoned by America
Washington Post (US)

Who should benefit from the rebuilding of Iraq?
The Economist (UK)

Iraq: neighbors keep out
The Economist (UK)

Betraying the Kurds again?
Salon.com (US)

The battle within: Saddam's architect
New York Times (registr. req'd)

K Street on the Tigris
Mother Jones (US)

Iraq: what went wrong
New York Review of Books (US)

Iraq's delayed reconstruction
The Economist (US)

Flame throwers: the sordid history of CIA betrayal
The American Prospect (US)

Bush cronies plunder Iraq
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The men who shot Uday Hussein
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Iraqi family ties complicate change efforts
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Exporting censorship to Iraq
The American Prospect (US)

Iraq's constitutional and religious troubles
The Economist (UK)

Those elusive WMDs again
The Economist (UK)

Up to 100,000 expected at London Iraq protest
The Guardian (UK)

Iraqi Council Member Dies 5 Days After She Was Shot
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The crisis of the pro-war liberals
Salon.com (US)

Revenge of reality: anti-Iraq dissent goes mainstream
Mother Jones (US)

The White House's cynical Iraq ploy
The Nation (US)

Homecoming: Young Londoners Return to Iraq
The Independent (UK)

America and Iraq: everything's fine, really
The Economist (UK)

This is going to hurt: Bush spins Iraq
Mother Jones (US)

Imperial overstretch: the Vietnam analogy is hard to resist
Mother Jones (US)

Why we're really in Iraq
The New Yorker (US)

America relents on a multi-national force in Iraq
The Economist (UK)

Baghdad: the progress of disaster
In These Times (US)

Will we look like the Soviets when we leave Iraq?
Washington Post (US)

Veiled interests: Iraqi women speak out
Boston Globe (US)

The fallout from Najaf
The Economist (UK)

Revisiting the case for war
Foreign Policy (US)

Eulogies for a 'Citizen of the World'
Washington Post (US)

Postwar Deaths of U.S. Troops in Iraq Exceed Combat Toll
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The US, the UN, and Iraq's Security Void
The Economist (UK)

Campbell's war with BBC began months before Iraq exposé
The Independent (UK)

U.S. May Drop Bid for New U.N. Resolution
Associated Press (US)

Questions 100 days after Iraq's liberation
New York Review of Books (US)

U.S. Troops Shoot and Kill Journalist
Reuters (US)

Bring them on? Bring them home!
The Nation (US)

Powell's battle cry fails test of time
Philadelphia Inquirer (US)

The real web of lies
In These Times (US)

Is the price, in blood and money, too high?
The Economist (UK)

Embassy Blast Raises Specter of Terrorism in Baghdad
New York Times (registr. req'd)

US Anti-War Activists Hit by Secret Airport Ban
Common Dreams (US)

Afghanistan: No model for Iraq
The Economist (UK)

Don't tell families war is over
Concord Monitor (US)

Guerrillas in the Midst
Village Voice (US)

Rage triggered by US raid that claimed five lives
The Guardian (UK)

Iraq: Dead Arms Expert Was Main Source for Disputed Report
New York Times (registr. req'd)

More questions than answers when Mr. Blair goes to Washington
The Economist (UK)

Confronting contradictions in the plans for Iraq's future
Dissent (US)

State-sponsored lies
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

George W. on the Defensive
Washington Post (US)

Turning against the liberators
Salon.com (US)

Mission: Imperfect — the Iraq war is far from over
American Prospect (US)

Bush Knew Iraq Info Was False
CBS News (US)

How Iraq begat Liberia
Reason (US)

The white man unburdened: why we went to war
The NY Review of Books (US)

Iraqi Details Harsh Treatment by U.S.
Associated Press (US)

Inside the new American Gulag
New York Times (registr.)

The Americans in Iraq look like the Russians in Chechnya
The Nation (US)

"Bush Knew Iraq Info Was False"
CBS News (US)

The selling of the Iraq war
The New Republic (US)

Land of no return for Iraqi Kurds
Washington Post (US)

Wagner's music fires up US troops for raid on homes
Reuters (US)

The fact that Hussein's gone doesn't make lying right
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Fundamentalists may be real winners of Iraq conflict
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Iraqi women face an uncertain future
Washington Post (US)

US troops smash open homes to hunt Iraqi militants
Reuters (US)

Creation of a WMD bogeyman
Salon.com (US)

Post-Saddam, Iraqi TV gets a face-lift
Washington Post (US)

Burdened by proof: WMDs and the failure of US intelligence
Boston Globe (US)

A new paradigm for the use of American power
The Washington Monthly (US)

The real reason the US went to war
Salon.com (US)

Arundhati Roy charts a strategy against empire
In These Times (US)

Allies: Where are the WMDs?!
Salon.com (US)

WMD: Inspecting the case for war
The Economist (UK)

Vanishing agents: Where are Iraq's WMDs?
Slate.com (US)

Reconstruction without law and order
The Economist (UK)

Embed or in bed: the war, the media and the truth
The American Prospect (US)

The pro-war progressives
In These Times (US)

Weapons of mass delusion?
The Nation (US)

Wild in the streets of Baghdad
Salon.com (US)

Beirut redux: Iraq girds for civil war
The New Republic (US)

Iraq's slide into lawlessness squanders good will for US
New York Times (registr. req'd)

A guide to Iraq's Shiite clerics
Slate.com (US)

The only law west of the Tigris
The Nation (US)

Gulf of misunderstanding: the war and the media
Reason (US)

WMD? MIA
The Nation (US)

The American Mongols
Foreign Policy (US)

No justice, no peace for Iraqis
In These Times (US)

The Pentagon's plans for the Shia

The New Republic (US)

Iraq: the next phase of the campaign
The Economist (UK)

Years of pain: life as an enemy of Hussein
Washington Post (US)

Post-war truth and consequences
The Nation (US)

War leaves a mess in Mesopotamia
Village Voice (US)

After Saddam: who will govern and how?
The Economist (UK)

No war for whose oil?
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

International relations after Iraq
The Economist (UK)

Are we safer yet?
The Nation (US)

God squadron: missionaries line up for a crack at Iraq
Salon.com (US)

The ordinary person's guide to empire
In These Times (US)

Why Iraq's oil wealth may do more harm than good
Boston Globe (US)

The 51st state: is the US ready to rule Iraq?
The Atlantic Monthly (US)

Relief agencies face a daunting task in Iraq
The Economist (UK)

How sports broadcasting shapes war coverage
Boston Globe (US)

For broadcast media, patriotism pays
Washington Post (US)

Anger and warning after suicide attack
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Al-Jazeera sites hit with denial-of-service attacks
PC World (US)

Global responses to the war
The Nation (US)

There will be no dissension
Chicago Tribune (registr. req'd)

Coalition of the sort of willing
The American Prospect (US)

Turkey, Iraqi Kurds and Iran all want a piece of Iraq
The Economist (UK)

Protesters and diplomats against war
The American Prospect (US)

Americas POW hypocrisy
The Guardian (UK)

A case for Hell: the likelihood of post-invasion disaster
The American Prospect (US)

Big GOP donors invited to vie for Iraq contracts
ABC News (US)

Bush adviser Richard Perle: Thank God the UN is dead
The Spectator (UK)

Senator Robert C. Byrd: Today, I weep for my country...
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Castro cracks down while world eyes Iraq
BBC World (UK)

Will Bush pay for forgery of Iraq nuke evidence?
Washington Times (US)

Antiwar demos
The Guardian (UK)

Antiwar demos worldwide
New York Times (registr.)

The beginning of empire is the end of commonwealth
Washington Post (US)

Bush playing Iraqi roulette
Moscow Times (Russia)

Why the U.S. is destroying the Western alliance
NY Review of Books (US)

Is North Korea next?
The New Republic (US)

Checking false U.S. leads wasted nuclear inspectors' time
San Jose Mercury (US)

War, Inc.
Salon.com (US)

The man who would be president
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Challenging the rush to war
The Nation (US)

Halliburton wins Iraq contract
Reuters (US)

The antiwar anchor
Washington Post (US)

Big oil fears war, too
Salon.com (US)

Player's protest over flag divides fans
NY Times (US)

US prepares to use toxic gas in Iraq
The Independent (UK)

US accused of spying on Security Council
The Independent (UK)

The first war of the Age of Proliferation: Martin Amis
Guardian (UK)

A case for Hell
The American Prospect (US)

Gulf War II, The Sequel
Idleworm (US)

Disagree at your own risk
Atlanta Journal-Constitution (US)

Republic or empire?
The Nation (US)

A new power in the streets: the United States and world public opinion
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Preparing for the worst
The Economist (UK)

Living in the middle of an ad campaign for war
Salon.com (US)

Why Iraq?
The American Prospect (US)

France raises stakes at the UN
Financial Times (UK)

Mario Cuomo on Iraq
Salon.com (US)

Bribing the allies
Chicago Tribune (registr. req'd)

Blood, stats and tears
Village Voice (US)

Stockpiling popularity with food
Washington Post (US)

An unnecessary war
Foreign Policy (US)

An engineered crisis: the desire for hegemony
The Guardian (UK)

The empire strikes first
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The exile option
The Economist (UK)

Freezing out the Kurds
Slate.com (US)

John Le Carré: The US has gone mad
London Times (UK)

The morning after a regime change
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Waging war easier than building peace
Japan Times (Japan)

Dissent in the ranks
Mother Jones (US)

The post-Saddam problem
The Nation (US)

The al-Qaeda connection
The Nation (US)

Draft the rich
New York Times (registr. req'd)

US Newspapers cry wolf
The Guardian (UK)

Germany's war muddle
The Guardian (UK)

Foreign policy loses its logic
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

The folly of US nation-building in Iraq
Boston Globe (US)

The Roving Eye
Iraq first, then Southwest Asia. Asia Times (Hong Kong)

The Prospect of War
New York Review of Books (US)

No more games
The Economist (UK)

British deployment under way
The Guardian (UK)

No Case For War
Boston Globe (US)

The big cop
ArabNews

Skillful Saddam plays to Arab opinion
BBC (UK)

Bush told to reveal all on Iraq
Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)

A welcome shift: no evidence, no war
The Independent (UK)

Iraq's declaration
The Economist (UK)

Why we must invade Iraq right now!
Animated editorial cartoon. MarkFiore.com (US)

Exiles role in Iraq
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Misinformation about Iraq: Edward Said has his say
Al-Ahram Weekly (Egypt)

The inspections begin
The Economist (UK)

Figuring the Costs of War
Washington Post (US)

Russian Oil and Iraq Policy
Washington Post (US)

Remember South Africa?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Arms inspectors in Iraq: UN envoys or US pawns?
ArabNews

After Saddam
The Guardian (UK)

Saddam says yes to a UN resolution
The Economist (UK)

Tricked and bamboozled into war
The Guardian (UK)

Iraq Parliament Rejects U.N. Call
New York Times (registr. req'd)

War by Spring
Washington Post (US)

Arab press debates Iraq's 'historic choice'
BBC (UK)

How Powell Lined Up Votes, Starting With Bush's
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The Unbearable Costs of Empire
The American Prospect (US)

Countdown begins for Saddam
The Economist (UK)

If Iraq attacks Israel...
The Guardian (UK)

What about the people of Iraq? By Salman Rushdie
The Age (Australia)

Doubt in the Ranks
Washington Post (US)

Behind the Placards
LA Weekly (US)

Rally Invigorates Antiwar Movement
New York Times (registr.)

War Hero McGovern
LA Times (registr.)

Good cop, bad cop routine working — so far
The Guardian (UK)

Tensions over plan for Iraq after Saddam
Financial Times (UK)

The folly of 'containing' political Islam
Asia Times (Hong Kong)

Criticism from within: "I'm not sure which planet they live on"
Salon.com (US)

The American Empire Part 3: Failure of soft power
Asia Times(Hong Kong)

This marks the death of deterrence, state sovereignty
The Guardian (UK)

Bush's real goal in Iraq
Atlanta Journal-Constitution (US)

Out Against War
Mccchurch.org (US)

Failure of Anti-war Movement
The Guardian (UK)

The "antiwar" side would not be convinced even if all the allegations made against Saddam were proven.
The Guardian (UK)

What the coming U.S. war against Iraq is all about
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)


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