Weekly Roundup

by | Sep 7, 2012 | Stress Blog

Just wanted to make sure you saw all these this week:

Gareth Porter on Iran: IAEA Report Shows Iran Reduced Its Breakout Capacity, After Dempsey Warning, Israel May Curb War Threat, Pink Shrouds Aimed to Draw Attention to Iran Military Site, Analysts Say

John Glaser: Rumored Netanyahu Tantrum to US Amb. Did Occur, Says US Rep.

Phil Giraldi: Two New Wars for Us

Reuters: Analysis: Chastised Israel seeks way forward with U.S. over Iran

Jason Ditz: Israeli DM: Military Ready to ‘Conquer and Rule’ Gaza Strip

Sam Kimball: Who’s Side is Yemen On?

Jason Ditz: Pro-Govt. Militia Kills 16 Civilians in Northern Afghanistan,

AP: Thousands of Shiites protest in Bahrain

David Kravets: We Don’t Need No Stinking Warrant: The Disturbing, Unchecked Rise of the Administrative Subpoena

Human Rights Watch: Delivered into Enemy Hands: US-Led Abuse and Rendition of Opponents to Gaddafi’s Libya

Jeffery Kaye: Report on US Torture and Rendition to Libya Details New Waterboarding Claims

Andy Worthington: Eleven Years after 9/11, Guantánamo Is a Political Prison

Michael Doyle: Judge rejects new restrictions for attorneys at Guantanamo Bay

John Feffer: The Dumbing Down of American Foreign Policy

David Enders: Analysts: Syrian army in no danger of collapsing from rebel assaults

John Glaser: US Sends More Spies to Help Organize, Train Syria’s Rebels

Sheldon Richman: AIPAC and the Undemocratic Party

Mel Frykberg: Islamists attack Libyan school, mosques in challenge to NATO-installed government

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