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Hans Blix: Powers of Persuasion

It would be desirable to induce Iran to suspend its enrichment programme, but attacking the country is not the way to do it.

Apartheid in Israel

The latest report published by the UN rapporteur on human rights in the Palestinian territories compares Israel’s policies there to those of South Africa during the apartheid era.

The Sanity of Jimmy Carter

In an interview with This Week, anchor George Stephanopoulos on Sunday, former President Jimmy Carter said that his recent book Palestine Peace Not Apartheid has led to the most personal criticism of his life. Carter said that he has been called a "liar," "anti-Semite," "plagiarist," "thief," "coward"--and yet the 82-year-old remains as focused, passionate and articulate as ever on his reasons for writing the book and what he hopes it will accomplish.

Iran: Women on Trial for Peaceful Demonstration

The Iranian Judiciary should immediately end its prosecution of several women’s rights advocates for exercising their right to freedom of peaceful assembly, Human Rights Watch said today. 

Oily Truth Emerges in Iraq

Throughout nearly four years of the daily mayhem and carnage in Iraq, President Bush and his aides in the White House have scoffed at even the slightest suggestion that the U.S. military occupation has anything to do with oil.

Bush is Dreaming and Won't Wake Up

The president's persistence in the face of reality represents a disturbing state of mind

Billions and Billions of Dollars Just Disappear in Iraq

Show me the money, or at least some receipts scribbled on the backs of old envelopes and grocery bags.

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