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A Tribunal for Chechnya?

With impartial prosecutions, Russia could make the Council of Europe's Chechnya tribunal redundant.

War-Profiteering and Its Victims

At a time of war, the super rich are getting an unprecedented gift, while everyone else gets the shaft.

Winning Hearts and Minds

The war is now a historical question and the relevant issue for hawks and doves alike is how we get out of it.

Haircuts and Hairstyles in the Navy and Beyond

I admit it. I never liked going to the barber shop, especially as a young man.

Global Protests Draw Thousands

Anti-war demonstrators turned out in their thousands from South Korea to Chile on Saturday, demanding an end to the 10-day-old war in Iraq.

Coverage of War Stirs Up a Debate

U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld complained Friday that ""media mood swings"" were distorting the depiction of American military strategy.

Report: Rumsfeld Ignored Many Calls for More Troops

U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld repeatedly rejected advice from Pentagon planners that substantially more troops and armor would be needed to fight a war in Iraq.

Iraqi Oil Revenues Freed to Buy Aid

The UN Security Council voted unanimously on Friday to free billions of dollars in Iraqi oil revenues to purchase food and medicine for Iraq's people who face a possible humanitarian crisis in the war.

British Troops Capture Iraqi General

A general from Saddam Hussein's army has been captured in southern Iraq and is being pressed to provide strategic information.

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