India and the Iran Vote in the IAEA

ndia’s vote in the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) against Iran in September came as no surprise to anyone who has followed closely the recent course of India’s foreign policy.

The Summit That Lost Its Way

Of all the contrasts likely to be witnessed at the start of tomorrow’s Summit of the Americas in Mar del Plata, Argentina, none may be as drastic as that of President Bush and his Argentine host, Néstor Kirchner.


A European Left Party Created at the Behest of the European Union

The Athens meeting of the European Left Party this past weekend was the subject of questions by reporters at a news conference by the Secretary General of the Communist Party of Greece, Aleka Paparigas.

Dancing With Perseverance

A few nights ago I watched Palestinian folkloric dance and theatre performed by the Ibdaa dance troupe. The group is the third generation of dancers, consisting of ten boys and ten girls from the Dheisheh refugee camp in the West Bank.

Thousands Prepare Protest at School of the Americas

Pictures of abuse at the hands U.S. personnel and recent reports about secret CIA detention facilities have catapulted the controversial School of the Americas back into the public spotlight. Thousands around the country are preparing for a November 19-20 demonstration calling for the closure of the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation, formerly known as the School of the Americas (SOA/ WHINSEC).

Speech Highlights: Fidel at Art School Graduation(Oct.28)

We are well aware that our system is not perfect, but no other country has ever had as many doctors working so close to the population as we do. No other country has ever had what we have in greater and greater numbers: networks of outpatient clinics...primary care centers...physical rehabilitation centers...

I Can't Wait

A few weeks ago, before the Libby indictment, a poll commissioned by After Downing Street and conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs found that 50 percent of Americans want Bush impeached if he lied about the war. If we shout that loudly enough, it will climb even higher.

Australia: Proposed anti-terrorism laws

The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) met on September 27, 2005 to agree draft anti- terrorism legislation. What was to be the law of Australia was provided in confidence to the State Premiers who, in turn, agreed to keep its contents secret.

The Real 'Slam Dunk' on Americans!

Tenet said: 'It's a Slam Dunk!' The only 'Slam Dunk' was on each and every American that voted -- trusted this entire regime of incompetence that's littered with liars! Tens of thousands slaughtered and Trillions in Debt.


Iraq War Intel: Democrats detail times their efforts to examine intel were blocked

The following fact sheet was issued to reporters Tuesday afternoon, following Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid's (D-NV) decision to force the Senate into closed session over a report on the failure of Iraq WMD intelligence. It is presented 'as is.'

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