December 2004

Imagining Palestine

by KATHLEEN CHRISTISON

They Were Waiting for Chicken Tenders When the Round Hit

by PATRICK COCKBURN

Northern Ireland: No Postcards from the Edge

by HARRY BROWNE

On the Seventh Column

by RICHARD OXMAN

The Case for Boycotting Israel

by OMAR BARGHOUTI

Losing It in America

by DAVE LINDORFF

The Why and When of Terrorism

by AHMAD FARUQUI

America Locked Up

by PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS

Aiding Oppression in Haiti

by SETH DeLONG

The View from Donetsk

by CHAD NAGLE

Unplugging Al-Manar TV

by GREG MOSES

Concrete Colossus Versus the River Dragon

by DRAGON PIERCES TRUTH

Bombings and Sectarian Bigotry in Iraq

by PATRICK COCKBURN

Did Yushchenko Poison Himself?

by CHAD NAGLE

My Case Against Pinochet

by FRANCISCO LETELIER

"He Drew Blood"

by BILL CONROY

The Mountain and the Mouse

by URI AVNERY

Japan in Iraq

by GARY LEUPP

Polls of Fear

by PATRICK COCKBURN

An Army Without Compassion

by ROBERT FISK

Media Blackout on Bush’s War Against Labor

by DAVID SWANSON

Attacking Wal-Mart’s Supply Chain

by YOSHIE FURUHASHI

An Interview with Mickey Z

by JOSHUA FRANK

"They Want to Break Our Unions"

by LEE SUSTAR

Alarcon: "The Cuban 5 Have Been the Victims of Torture by the US"

by JEAN-GUY ALLARD

DEA Upholds Grower’s Marijuana Monopoly

by FRED GARDNER

Has the US Lost Control of Mosul?

by PATRICK COCKBURN

Why They Hated Gary Webb

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

The Meaning of Sacrifice

by RICHARD THIEME

Indictment of Pinochet a Victory for International Law

by SAUL LANDAU

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