South Korea's president prepares to confront President Bush on a controversial secret deal reportedly drafted between American and North Korean negotiators. Senior South Korean officials say they still don't know the contents of the agreement
The residents of a tiny African island nation have been dreaming of great wealth since oil was discovered in their territorial waters. Companies, foreign powers and corrupt politicians are scrambling for drilling licenses in hopes of striking it rich
Contrary to some claims that the Bush administration will allow diplomacy to handle Iran’s nuclear weapons program, a leading member of America’s Jewish community tells Newsmax that a military strike is not only on the table – but likely. “Israe
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President Rafael Correa's allegations that intelligence services in Ecuador had been infiltrated by the US Central Intelligence Agency have led to a shakeup in the armed forces of unforeseeable consequences.
The idea that American troops might be forced to fight and die to prevent a small section of Georgia from seceding is absurd and disturbing.
David Case will discuss his article on the US Military assassination policy on the Scott Horton Show at Antiwar Radio, Friday March 28 at 1:15PM Eastern.
Buddhist monks staged a surprise protest in front of a tightly-controlled tour of foreign reporters in the Tibetan capital of Lhasa.
Fighters have struck at the heart of the Iraqi administration, with the heavily defended Green Zone in Baghdad coming under repeated mortar barrage.
Rolling Stone contributing editor Jenny Eliscu will be the featured guest on the Scott Horton Show at Antiwar Radio
Former New Republic reporter Spencer Ackerman on the Scott Horton Show at Antiwar Radio
In the months leading up to the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, the Bush administration threatened trade reprisals against friendly countries who withheld their support, spied on its allies, and pressed for the recall of UN envoys that resisted US pressur
U.S. Senate candidate Murray Sabrin will be the featured guest on the Scott Horton Show at Antiwar Radio.
The Bush administration has launched a preliminary legal inquiry that could land Venezuela on the U.S. list of nations that support terrorism, following reports of close Venezuelan links with Colombian rebels [cuz gas can't cost enough]
The Pentagon announced Adm. William J. Fallon, the top American commander in the Middle East whose views on Iran and other issues have seemed to put him at odds with the Bush administration, is retiring early.
The US plotted to overthrow the democratically elected Hamas government in the Palestinian territories, documents obtained by Al Jazeera reveal. One of the documents appears to show that Washington tried to persuade Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian preEntered By: Tom Westbrook
American military officals announced that they are drawing up plans to send 100 American trainers to work with an elite Pakistani paramilitary unit to fight against Al-Quaeda and other extremist groups in the country.
An article I highly recommend--it says it all: Lead Cuba to Freedom by Example by Jacob G. Hornberger
Bush looking good handing out your labor in Africa for the pandering photojournalists. Sure beats dealing with the problems he created back home and abroad.
To a neocon, even an admission of guilt is an opportunity to point fingers and blame everyone and every thing but the neocon ideology.
British Olympic chiefs are to force athletes to sign a contract promising not to speak out about China's appalling human rights record – or face being banned from travelling to Beijing.
North Korea has slowed the dismantling of its nuclear reactor because it hasn't received the amount of fuel oil it was promised, State Department envoy Christopher Hill said. Delay in dismantling the Yongbyon nuclear plant was in response to what
Venezuela said its oil exports, operations and cash flow were unaffected by Exxon Mobil Corp's "terrorist" move that won court orders freezing up to $12 billion of the major U.S. supplier's energy assets. Accused the company of seek
Sometime after midnight on September 6, 2007, at least four low-flying Israeli Air Force fighters crossed into Syrian airspace and carried out a secret bombing mission on the banks of the Euphrates River, about ninety miles north of the Iraq border.
Tony Blair has been holding discussions with some of his oldest allies on how he could mount a campaign later this year to become full-time president of the EU council, the prestigious new job characterised as "president of Europe".
The top two U.S. intelligence officials made a secret visit to Pakistan in early January to seek permission from President Pervez Musharraf for greater involvement of American forces in trying to ferret out al-Qaida and other militant groups active i
"We remain ready, willing and able to assist the Pakistanis and to partner with them to provide additional training, to conduct joint operations, should they desire to do so," Gates told a news conference.
The Saudi monarchy once depended on the U.S. to protect its reign and its oil from foes like Saddam Hussein. These days, President Bush needs the world's biggest exporter of crude more than it needs him. With oil at about $90 a barrel, the U.S. e
Former CIA agent Philip Agee, a critic of U.S. foreign policy who infuriated American intelligence officials by naming purported agency operatives in a 1975 book, has died, state media reported Wednesday. He was 72. Agee quit the CIA in 1969 after