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The Carnage in Iraq–Past, Present, and Future

"...the U.S. adventure in Iraq cannot have a happy ending. Just because the president unleashed the demons now raging across Iraq does not mean that he or anyone else can chain them now."

Waiting for Petraeus – The Games We Play

"Creating a regional security framework involving all of Iraq's neighbors and ceding political and eventual military control to the United Nations is way forward to national dialogue, and a way out of the current quagmire."

Ah, Democracy, We Hardly Knew Ye…

"We still have a Constitution. And we have a choice, perhaps the last one we are free to make. We can either use it -- or lose it."

The Clinton Wars

"We would not come to understand the benefits of the word war, as taught by Netanyahu and the Likud, over the limits of law enforcement until the Bush administration, 9/11 and the Patriot Act, warrant less wiretapping, and the political purging of US Attorneys and an Imperial presidency."

Most Palestinians Support Early Elections and Maintain Tough Stance toward Final Status Issues

"Roadblock and closures have devastating effects on the Palestinian economy and Palestinians' ability to access health care facilities, jobs and educational institutions."