July 2004

Baghdad is Swamped in the Smell of the Dead

by ROBERT FISK

The Politics of Anti-Semitism

by Alexander Cockburn And Jeffrey St. Clair

Vets Demand End to Occupation

by MIKE FERNER

Imperial Crusades: Iraq, Afghanistan and Yugoslavia

by Alexander Cockburn And Jeffrey St. Clair

John Kerry’s Misperception of Palestine

by KEVIN MINK

Winter Soldiers and Summer Patriots

by UNITED For PEACE And JUSTICE

Rotten For Some, Just Right for Other

by IMRAAN SIDDIQI

Been Brown So Long It Looked Like Green to Me: the Politics of Nature

by Jeffrey St. Clair

How 9/11 Report Soft-Pedaled Root Causes

by RAY McGOVERN

Part Four: Candidate Kerry

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

We Would Vote for Hugo Chavez

by TARIQ ALI, PERRY ANDERSON, WALDEN BELLO, Et Al

Dodging the Issue of Palestine-Israel; Blinkered on Causes of Terrorism

by BILL And KATHLEEN CHRISTISON

Wake Up! Globalization’s Coming

by DAVE LINDORFF

Reflections on Nicaragua

by LOUIS PROYECT

Inside Al Jazeera

by MIKE WHITNEY

The DOE Shuts Down the Labs

by STEFAN WRAY

Part 3: Why the Dems Deserve Nader

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

Part 2: Boston Awaits a Dead Party

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

How Chechnya Inspired the Iraqi Kidnappers

by ROBERT FISK

Arresting the Curious

by MITCHEL COHEN

An Interview with Tom Morello and Serj Tankian

by RICHARD MORENO

Believing in a Green Resistance

by TODD CHRETIEN

Security Expert Harrassed by Dept. of Homeland Security After Exposing Flaws in Security Around the Fleet Center in Boston

by RICHARD FORNO

What’s at Stake in Venezuela

by CLAUDIA JARDIM And JONAH GINDIN

The Struggle for Iraq is Just Beginning

by PATRICK COCKBURN

The Year of the Antagonist

by FRED GARDNER

Proposition 36’s Phony Stats

by MARK SCARAMELLA

Part One: Presidential Elections: Not as Big a Deal as They Say

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

Democrats Reject Peace Movement

by JOSHUA FRANK

A Close Look at Bush’s Techniques of Deciet in State of the Union

by DENNIS HANS

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