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Arabs see phobia behind port uproar
Reuters (US)

Surveilling Gonzales
Salon.com (US)

More defense dollars, less security
Antiwar.com (US)

Judge slams EPA for lying about 9/11's toxic air
Counterpunch (US)

Deliberation nation: is the NSA's spying illegal?
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Bungled peace-building opens the door to terrorism
Common Dreams (US)

A patriotic challenge to the Patriot Act
The Nation (US)

Nuclear nonproliferation needs rethinking
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Why Mexico helps US fight terror
Christian Science Monitor (US)

A truce, yes, but not with Bin Laden
Mother Jones (US)

Bush's top 10 mistakes in dealing with al-Qaeda
JuanCole.com (US)

Pakistan's tribal anti-terror strategy
Christian Science Monitor (US)

The Bin Laden book club
Salon.com (US)

Bush and Sharon: a marriage cemented by terror
Salon.com (US)

Big Brother is watching you... and blowing the war on terror
Salon.com (US)

Meanwhile, back in Afghanistan
The Nation (US)

War on terror continues to create terrorists
Antiwar.com (US)

EU vulnerable to 9/11-type attack
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Poll: Americans divided on eavesdropping program
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

To fight terror, US troops in Africa build schools
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Losing the war on terror: our incompetent commander in chief
Mother Jones (US)

War on terror snares man who didn't disclose HIV status
Gay City News (US)

Hog heaven: the homeland security budget is packed with pork
Slate.com (US)

For pariah nations, "rogue" status pays off
Christian Science Monitor (US)

French trial sheds light on converts' role in radical groups
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Where's Bin Laden?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

The anthrax attacks and the cost of 9/11
Mother Jones (US)

Rumsfeld spies on Quakers and grannies
The Progressive (US)

Portrait of the terrorist as a young man
New Yorker (US)

Raised a Belgian Catholic, she died a Muslim bomber
New York Times (registr. req'd)

It's the oil: what Bush won't say al Qaeda will
Village Voice (US)

Women of al Qaeda
MSNBC (US)

Did Bush plan to bomb Al Jazeera?
Salon.com (US)

The Pentagon's domestic spying operation
Counterpunch (US)

How US meddling unleashed Islamic extremism
Salon.com (US)

Bin Laden deconstructed
The Nation (US)

In Jordan, methodical madness
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Women bombers break new ground
BBC (UK)

A deadly interrogation: can the CIA kill a prisoner?
The New Yorker (US)

Can a Zen sage teach us about counterterrorism?
Salon.com (US)

Katrina cough: the health problems of 9/11 are back
Slate.com (US)

In hunt for terrorists, FBI investigates ordinary Americans
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

What's on during Ramadan? Anti-terror TV
Christian Science Monitor (US)

CIA holds terror suspects in secret prisons
MSNBC (US)

The terrorist's wife
Slate.com (US)

Delhi, and the Indo-Pakistani peace process, under attack
The Economist (UK)

In design, as in other fields, terror is a great motivator
The Economist (UK)

Security funding: New York vs. Wyoming
Christian Science Monitor (US)

What the war on terror is really about
Counterpunch (US)

List of foiled plots puzzling to some
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Biological alarm at DC war protest
Salon.com (US)

France says extremists are enlisting its citizens
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Britain unveils new anti-terror lesgislation
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Was NY subway threat a hoax?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Al Qaeda's golden opportunity
Alternet (US)

The police state is closer than you think
Counterpunch (US)

How a bad US visit influenced "Osama's brain"
MSNBC (US)

UK's antiterror act: does it go too far?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Harriet Miers and that bin Laden warning
Salon.com (US)

Still deadly: Indonesia's Islamists
The Economist (UK)

If we weren't hurricane-ready, what about a terrorist attack?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Tweaking the Patriot Act to limit snooping
San Jose Mercury News (US)

The terrorist resume of Luis Posada
Counterpunch (US)

UN panel: al Qaeda shifts training ground to Iraq
The Star (Malaysia)

9/11 attacks provide springboard for history courses
Boston Globe (US)

Evidence grows that Canada sent terror suspects to Syria
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Operation Enduring Boredom
In These Times (US)

Arrest of American reopens criticism of Australian detentions
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Jose Padilla and the death of personal liberty
Counterpunch (US)

Taking stock of the forever war
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Osama and Katrina
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The Cuban 5: in jail for fighting terrorism
Counterpunch (US)

The Pentagon's 9/11 country music jamboree
New York Daily News (US)

Terrorist activity on the rise in Southeast Asia
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Multiculturalism is not the culprit
International Herald Tribune (France)

British Islamist clampdown risks stirring up terror threat
AFP (France)

CIA report said to fault pre-9/11 leadership
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Pat Robertson: Bush's kind of terrorist
Counterpunch (US)

Is Jordan al Qaeda's new "front"?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Racism: terror's greatest recruiting tool
The Nation (US)

Terrorism then and now
Counterpunch (US)

Taking on al Qaeda online
Village Voice (US)

Britain moves on terror boosters
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Terrorism and civil liberties in Britain
The Economist (UK)

Britain struggles with how to prevent terror legally
Christian Science Monitor (US)

State of siege: who are the real terrorists in Russia?
Village Voice (US)

Trading cricket for jihad
New York Time (registr. req'd)

The faulty logic of terrorist profiling
Counterpunch (US)

Europe meets the new face of terror
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Mafia lessons help Italy fight terror
Christian Science Monitor (US)

The rise of a jihadi suicide culture
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Broad term "al Qaeda" gives few clues on attackers
Reuters (US)

Killer instincts: what inspires suicide bombers?
Salon.com (US)

Tragedy mars the hunt for London bombers
The Economist (UK)

The enemy is closer than we think
Salon.com (US)

Al-Qaida vs. Allstate: who will insure against terror?
Slate.com (US)

Suicide bombings have been increasing, spreading since 9/11
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Iraq, Internet fuel growth of global jihad
Christian Science Monitor (US)

After the London bombings: messages from a Muslim email list
Village Voice (US)

Britain's first suicide bombing?
The Economist (UK)

The London bombings: why has it come to this?
Counterpunch (US)

Reports details secret post -9/11 detentions of Muslim men
AFP (France)

First amendment gains support as terror fears ease
USA Today (US)

Experts: US complacent on nuclear terror threat
Reuters (US)

Librarians can be patriotic too
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Patriots against the PATRIOT act
Counterpunch (US)

Changing views on the war on terror
The Economist (UK)

World is watching US-Venezuela terror clash
The Guardian (UK)

Immigration law as anti-terrorism tool
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Patriot Act push angers some on the right
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Caught in a net thrown for terrorists
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Jose Padilla: three years in prison, no evidence
Counterpunch (US)

Contracting rush for security led to waste, abuse
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Blowing up assumptions about suicide bombings
New York Times (registr. req'd)

"War on terror" at odds with "war on Castro"?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

An anti-cuba terrorist is still a terrorist
Counterpunch (US)

Law protecting US soliders undermines war on terror
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Ethnic rifts tearing at al-Qaida
AP (US)

Terror suspect links FBI to alleged torture by Saudis
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Cuban exile could test US definition of terrorist
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Web vigilantes target pro-terror sites
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

9/11 trial will gauge Spain's ability to confront terrorists
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Protecting the privacy of Osama Bin Laden
Salon.com (US)

Moussaoui case: legal analysis of guilty plea
Slate.com (US)

Military report on Guantanamo highlights al Qaeda danger
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Muslim teenagers jailed in terrorist hysteria
Detainment Blog (US)

Sparing a terrorist
Louisville Courier-Journal (US)

It's the wilderness years for militias
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

How Exxon used homeland security to purge environmentalist
Counterpunch (US)

A sickening error with super-flu virus
Counterpunch (US)

Left-right coalition opposes Patriot Act provisions
OneWorld.net (US)

Seeking US turf for a free-speech fight
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Keep America safe and free
ACLU (US)

Unholy alliance: Aryan Nation leader reaches out to al Qaeda
CNN (US)

Tough on terror, week on guns
Salon.com (US)

New details on FBI aid for Saudis after 9/11
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Panel ignored evidence on detainee
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Questions and answers about the Moussaoui case
AP (US)

Document: Bin Laden evaded US forces
AP (US)

The right-wing holy war
Salon.com (US)

Has the war on terror hurt the war on drugs?
Salon.com (US)

False victories in the war on terror
Antiwar.com (US)

Anti-terrorism measures: curbing terror or freedom?
The Economist (UK)

Europe stiffens on terror suspects
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Madrid dreading anniversary of train bombings
Reuters (US)

Two Dutch deputies on the run from Islamic Jihad
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Case adds to outrage for Virginia Muslims
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Criminalizing environmental protests
Counterpunch (US)

US cannot imprison citizens without trial
Washington Post (US)

All aboard the CIA's secret detainee shuttle service
MSNBC (US)

US must debate abuse
New York Daily News (US)

How torture became acceptable
The Guardian (UK)

What we don't know about can 9/11 hurts us
The Nation (US)

Are terrorists using your personal computer?
Village Voice (US)

Torture contagion: Australia, too?
Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)

Fresh Guantánamo torture claims from freed Australian
BBC (UK)

Torture, American style
New York Times (regist. req'd)

Torture by proxy: US subcontracts torture to other countries
The New Yorker (US)

The torture debate: previously unreleased government documents
The New Yorker (US)

Birth of a terrorist: scholars seek clues
Reuters (US)

Iraq: spinning off terrorists?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Inside Terry Jones's war on the War on Terror
Mother Jones (US)

A Guantanamo detainee's nightmare of torture and assault
The Independent (UK)

Iran's bloggers caught in crossfire of war on terror
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Britain's terror suspects: punishment without a trial
The Economist (UK)

Chertoff and torture
The Nation (US)

Will nationalism undermine Pakistan's war on terror?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

New allegations of abuse
Salon.com (US)

National security the new electoral fault line
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Pedigree dogs of war
The Guardian (UK)

Pakastani courts overwhelmed by war on terror
Reuters (US)

23 Guantanamo detainees attempted suicide last year
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Focus changes in terror case against sheik
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Spies are us: interest in Arabic soars
The Daily Star (Lebanon)

Ready for a fight: the Pentagon's plans for Iran
New Yorker (US)

As a defendant, she waits. As a lawyer, she works.
New York Times (registr. req'd)

America's secret offshore prison network
The Guardian (UK)

Gay conservative Andrew Sullivan on US torture
New York Times (registr. req'd)

New Security chief had role in controversial 9/11 policies
ACLU (US)

The spy who billed me: outsourcing intelligence
Mother Jones (US)

Has the al-Qaeda threat really dissipated?
Asia Times (Hong Kong)

Gonzalez sought ruling about torture
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The truth about terrorism
New York Review of Books (US)

Endless detention: from Guantanamo to "Camp 6"?
Reason (US)

Fresh details emerge on harsh methods at Guantanamo
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Terror finance: two high-stakes cases
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Torture at the top
The Nation (US)

FBI agents allege abuse of Guantanamo detainees
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

UK's anti-terror law overturned
New York Times (registr. req'd)

How the drug war is undermining the war on terror
Slate.com (US)

A hostile land foils the quest for Bin Laden
New York Times (registr. req'd)

A dwarf known as Al Qaeda
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Red Cross finds detainee abuse at Guantanamo
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Abu Ghraib, Caribbean style
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The Netherlands' civil war on terrorism
The Economist (UK)

Terrorists turn up the dial in global PR war
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Theatre of terror
The Observer (UK)

Is Republicans' defiance on intelligence bill really surprising?
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Charity groups, US battle over "global terrorist" label
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Can the Dems get strong on national security?
The American Prospect (US)

Curbing the Patriot Act
Village Voice (US)

Islamic terrorism in Europe
The Economist (UK)

Evolving nature of Al Qaeda is misunderstood, says critic
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Turf fight trumps terror war
USA Today (US)

Trial by fury
Mother Jones (US)

Stolen explosives just the tip of the iceberg
Salon.com (US)

How well are we really doing in the war on terror?
The American Voice 2004 (US)

After terror, a secret rewriting of military law
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Chasing terrorists or fears?
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Afghanistan, Iraq: two wars collide
Washingon Post (US)

Intelligence community's Arabic challenge
MSNBC (US)

Taking the "war" out of the war on terror
The Progressive (US)

Where does Bush get his terrorism statistics?
The American Prospect (US)

The aftermath of terror against Egyptians and Israelis
The Economist (UK)

Evidence still elusive in Egyptian bombing case
Salon.com (US)

Mathematicians offer help in terror fight
AP (US)

Terrorist hunt leads to Irish immigrants
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Terrorism fears spur growth in Mexican tourism
The Economist (UK)

US could deport suspects to nations that might torture them
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Encarta Webster's Dictionary reflects 9/11 language
Reuters (US)

Sikh group finds calling in homeland security
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Terrorists have oil industry in cross hairs
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

The 9/11 report: pinning the blame
New York Review of Books (US)

Whom would Al Qaeda vote for?
The Guardian (UK)

To defeat Al Qaeda, US must gain trust of moderate Muslims
Christian Science Monitor (US)

US engages Africa in terror fight
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Helping women balance family life, jihad
Asia Times (Hong Kong)

Why the Republicans can't fight terror
Salon.com (US)

Lost in Arabic translation
Christian Science Monitor (US)

How a Bin Laden ad could beat Bush
Village Voice (US)

A visa case with a twist: 9/11
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Terror alerts resound in Muslim communities
Antiwar.com (US)

Al-Qaeda among the Chechens?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Where is the consistency in the war on terror?
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

ACLU bows to Patriot Act clause
Village Voice (US)

Porkbarrel and the war on terror
CounterPunch (US)

Kiss your rights goodbye: the frightening state of the union
Village Voice (US)

Making law at Guantanamo
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Elusive Osama
Salon.com (US)

Dissent at your own risk
Baltimore Sun (US)

Cyberspace gives Al Qaeda refuge
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

When bioterror moves next door
Boston Globe (US)

What, us worry? The new state of disbelief
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Washington lockdown
Salon.com (US)

New literary star: the 9/11 report
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

The silliness of security alerts
Slate.com (US)

History of the Orange, Part I
The American Prospect (US)

The last line of defense
Salon.com

The politics of fighting terror
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Safer than you think
Slate.com (US)

A few larger questions beyond where and how
New York Times (registr. req'd)

New York grapples with terror threat, stiff security
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Terror alerts in America, worries on Wall St.
The Economist (UK)

Threat to Olympics seen as benign
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Lights out for a Muslim electrician's job
Village Voice (US)

The terror web: plotting jihad on the Internet
The New Yorker (US)

Questions persist despite 9/11 investigations
Los Angeles Times (US)

Behind 9/11: old miscues and new twists
New York Times (registr. req'd)

9/11: how it happened, and what to do now
The Economist (UK)

The hysterical skies
Salon.com (US)

9/11: the Iran factor
Newsweek (US)

Why America is still an easy target
Time (US)

"Terror" on election day
Village Voice (US)

The CIA's prisoners
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

At work: the Patriot Act
Newsweek (US)

Making torture legal
New York Review of Books (US)

Guantanamo braces for change
Chicago Tribune (US)

Two steps forward: Supreme Court delivers partial victory for detainees
In These Times (US)

Conventional wisdom: still true after 9/11?
Christian Science Monitor (US)

America's terror suspects: back from legal limbo
The Economist (UK)

Terror trials: Bush gets checked and balanced
Salon.com (US)

Terror suspects win right to sue
Christian Science Monitor (US)

The threat of maritime terrorism: perils at sea
The Economist (UK)

Algeria's terror examined
Daily Star (Lebanon)

Saudi builds a reputation as leader of terror cell
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

On 9/11, defenders just improvised
Christian Science Monitor

The politics of terrorism: scaring the electorate to death
Salon.com (US)

The shameful, two-year interrogation of Jose Padilla
Slate.com (US)

End the "war" on terror
The Nation (US)

The dawn of the daddy state
The Atlantic (US)

Spain, Italy, peace and terror
Dissent (US)

Saudi Arabia's "war on terror"
BBC (UK)

German police battle extremist spelling
Deutsche Welle (Germany)

Does terrorists' chatter matter?
Business Week (US)

Al-Qaeda: still plotting, still recruiting
The Economist (UK)

Terrorists target Saudi Arabia's oil infrastructure
The Economist (UK)

Al-Qaeda's new crop
Radio Netherlands (Netherlands)

The squelching of a 9/11 whistle-blower
Village Voice (US)

Ground Zero funds often drifted uptown
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Al Qaeda ties make Zarqawi a top priority
Boston Globe (US)

The first 100 minutes after 9/11
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Psychological warfare goes online
Deutsche Welle (Germany)

The humiliation bomb
Boston Globe (US)

Iraqi prisoner abuse may hurt administration in court
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Fear for sale
In These Times (US)

Chaos theory: facing the possibility of terroist assassinations
Boston Globe (US)

Scary: possibilities the goverment is too afraid to face
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Pakistan's uneasy role in terror war
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Terrorist to some, teacher to others
Asia Times (Hong Kong)

Investigators use web sleuthing in war against Jihad
Investor's Business Daily (US)

After the beep, exit the premises
Wired News (US)

Guantanamo: a holding cell in the war on terror
Washington Post (regstr. req'd)

Lesser evils: what it will cost to win the war on terror
New York Times (registr. req'd)

9/11 images an issue in bruising GOP race in Indiana
Chicago Tribune (US)

Pro-choice, pro-terrorist?
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Legal battles of WWII underpin Bush's strategy on suspected terrorists
USA Today (US)

Above the law: can the goverment lock up citizens forever
Salon.com (US)

The political use of Ground Zero
Gotham Gazette (US)

Think again: Al Qaeda
Foreign Policy (US)

Out of commission: dwelling on 9/11 instead of fixing today's failures
The New Republic (US)

It's the stupidity, stupid: what did Bush know and when?
In These Times (US)

Timeline of a tragedy: putting together the pieces of 9/11
Village Voice (US)

The 9/11 commission could learn more if it talked less
Reason (US)

Four moments when 9/11 might have been stopped
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Fearful of Pakistani drive, tribesman hunt al-Qaeda supporters
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Fears rise anew over homegrown terrorists
Chicago Tribune (US)

Security is a human right, too
New York Times (registr. req'd)

9/11 inquiry sheds light on personnel problem
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Madrid bombers attack adopted homeland
AP (US)

Air marshals study behavior to stop threats
AP (US)

What the 9/11 commission should be asking about the days after 9/11
Boston Globe (US)

US warns the Philippines on terror groups
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Condoleeza Rice: a perfect bureaucrat?
The American Prospect (US)

How innocent travelers wind up on the no-fly list?
Mother Jones (US)

Rice's 9/11 testimony: the administration gets its story straight
The Economist (UK)

Europe's Muslims: an explosive relationship
The Economist (UK)

Uneven response seen on terror in summer 2001
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Iraq war has accelerated spread of Bin Laden ideology
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

Framework of Clarke's book bolstered
Washington Post (registr. req'd)

WTC widows question 9/11 commission's credibility
Salon.com (US)

Going after terror: Muslim leaders and British officials work together
The Economist (UK)

Attacks in Uzbekistan: fighting terror with repression
The Economist (UK)

Keeping an F-B-Eye on dissent
PlanetOut.com (US)

The 9/11 bog: new revelations overwhelmed by partisan bickering
The Nation (US)

"We should have had an orange alert in July 2001"
Salon.com (US)

Fighting terrorism: what went wrong
The Economist (UK)

Dealing with al-Qaeda: was Iraq a distraction?
The Economist (UK)

Big mistakes in the war on terror
Chicago Tribune (US)

Terror in Colombia: an instrument of free-trade policy
The Nation (US)

In a rebuilt Bosnia, no foothold for terror
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Myths of Madrid: the battle over the meaning of 3/11
Boston Globe (US)

Al-Qaeda: still hunted, still dangerous
The Economist (UK)

The next worst thing: the biodefense arms race
Utne Reader (US)

Spain, a week after the bombings
The Economist (UK)

Spanish lessons: how will the word interpret the Madrid attacks?
Mother Jones (US)

War on terror: Bush has hardly fought it at all
The American Prospect (US)

Terror tactics and the rise of state repression
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

"We bombed Madrid," says al-Qaeda tape
The Guardian (UK)

Do 9/11 victims' lawsuits have a place in foreign policy?
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Who bombed the trains in Madrid?
The Economist (UK)

Stop terrorizing citizens in the name of the Patriot Act
Seattle Times (US)

From Bali to Madrid, bombers seek to inflict greater casualties
The Guardian (UK)

Guantánamo justice
Mother Jones (US)

The great escape: Saudis' secret flight from US after 9/11
Salon.com (US)

Pakistani tribes recruited in Bin Laden hunt
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Exploiting tragedy: the White House makes hay of 9/11
Salon.com (US)

As life gets bleaker, bombers get younger
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Exploiting 9/11, badly
The Nation (US)

US agency sees a global network for bomb-making
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The hunt for Bin Laden unravels
Washington Post (US)

Bleak prospects for Guantánamo Bay inmates
The Economist (UK)

Anti-terrorism: lost freedoms in Israel
Le Monde Diplomatique (France)

No (more) nukes
Boston Globe (US)

Boy, 12, recounts days as terror inmate
San Francisco Chronicle (US)

Outlawing dissent: the war on terror has become a war on freedom
Salon.com (US)

How to make a missile miss
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Russia's suicide bomb nightmare
BBC (UK)

Semantic war on terrorism
Radio Netherlands (Netherlands)

Making money on terrorism
The Nation (US)

Civil liberties forecast for 2004
Utne Reader (US)

NYC wants easing of Patriot Act
OneWorld.net (US)

Will Bush relent on the 9/11 commission's deadline?
Mother Jones (US)

Defender of the free word: a librarian stands up to the Patriot Act
Mother Jones (US)

Aftermath: cleaning up after suicide bombings
The Atlantic (US)

The machinations at Ground Zero can be treacherous
The New Yorker (US)

Blowing the whistle on the Patriot Act
The Progressive (US)

The grief industry: how much does crisis counseling help, or hurt?
The New Yorker (US)

Playing politics with the 9/11 commission
Salon.com (US)

Protester = criminal?
The Progressive (US)

How Satan is propping up the war on terror
Salon.com (US)

A legal black hole: five military lawyers take on Guantanamo Bay
Salon.com (US)

Trial and terror: setting limits on presidential power
Mother Jones (US)

Homeland insecurity: intelligence officials can't tell terrorists from children
Salon.com (US)

EU letter bomb probe focuses on Italian anarchists
Christian Science Monitor (US)

The west vs. al-Qaeda: a scorecard
The Economist (UK)

Winning the war on terror, losing the war of ideas
Salon.com (US)

Martyrdom and murder: suicide terrorism
The Economist (UK)

Waiting for justice at Guantanamo Bay
Mother Jones (US)

9/11 memorial jury said to favor two designs
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Air patrols to resume over New York
Newsday (US)

Danger in the skies: homeland security in America and Europe
The Economist (UK)

US orders foreign airlines to use marshals
New York Times (registr. req'd)

9/11 emergency tapes open window into flow of information
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Courts rule in favor of detainees, and civil liberties
Mother Jones (US)

The terror trap: the risks of hard-line campaigns against terror
The American Prospect (US)

A small town, scarred by 9/11, debates Bush's Iraq strategy
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The real problem behind the pseudo-solutions at Ground Zero
The Village Voice (US)

Homeland insecurity: domestic anti-terror efforts are stalling
Mother Jones (US)

Significant other: but what about Osama?
Mother Jones (US)

Old friends: why the US should support Turkey, now more than ever
Boston Globe (US)

High treason to sex comedy: the case against James Yee unravels
Mother Jones (US)

The quiet fall of an American terrorist
Salon.com (US)

American apocalypse: "superpower syndrome" ravages the world
The Nation (US)

Journalists expelled, terrorists allowed in US
National Post (Canada)

Anti-abortion extremist convicted for 2001 anthrax hoax
Ms. Magazone (US)

Hearing impairment: challenging detention-without-end
Reason (US)

Goons over Miami: police, not protesters get violent
In These Times (US)

Guantanamo on the Thames: Britain's terror suspects
The Economist (UK)

9/11 debris at the NY Historical Society
New York Press (US)

Sacred rage: defining terrorism
The Nation (US)

WTC memorial designs: what do they really commemorate?
The New Yorker (US)

Target: the US constitution
Utne Reader (US)

Talking with terrorists
Reason (US)

Patriot Act hinders immigrant banking
GothamGazette.com

Terror in Turkey
The Economist (UK)

Environmentalists = terrorists?
Utne Reader (US)

The perpetual hunt for an Osama-Saddam entente
Reason (US)

WTC PATH station reopens
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The eight 9/11 memorial designs
GothamGazette.com (US)

Why the anti-war left must confront terrorism
Salon.com (US)

Don't look now, but the dean is watching!
Salon.com (US)

Why America is losing the intelligence war
Asia Times (Hong Kong)

Has the Iraq war made Americans safer?
Salon.com (US)

Freedom vs. torture?
Washington Post (US)

WTC master plan gets down to details
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The growing collection of "20th hijackers"
Los Angeles Times (registr. req'd)

Ashcroft chips away at the constitution... again
Capitol Hill Blue (US)

Why did the TSA ignore emails about box-cutters?
Capitol Hill Blue (US)

Terror Australis
The Age (Australia)

New criticism: Clark blames Bush for not preventing 9/11
The American Prospect (US)

Bush ducks real nature of war on terror
New York Daily News (US)

Chief Atta, assistant Osama?
Der Spiegel (Germany)

9/11 commission could subpoena Oval Office files
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Are suicide bombings morally defensible?
The Chronicle of Higher Education (US)

Rumsfeld reinterprets the war on terror
The Village Voice (US)

Did the Saudis know about 9/11?
Boston Globe (US)

Shame of Guantanamo
San Francisco Chronicle (US)

Charities in terror fund spotlight
BBC (UK)

The terror ahead
Opinion Journal (US)

Is the 9/11 commission getting tough?
Salon.com (US)

Whose rights are they anyway?
Boston Globe (US)

Bridges, bombs or bluster?
Foreign Affairs (US)

Subversive readings: could librarians be the Patriot Act's biggest threat?
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Ministering to the enemy
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Revised WTC plan renews debate
Newsday (US)

The science gap: pols look for science advice in an age of bioterrorism
Boston Globe (US)

Terrorism and business
The Economist (UK)

Open to attack: Bush gives in to chemical companies
The Progressive (US)

Un-American activities: double standards and freedom since 9/11
New York Review of Books (US)

Whose rights are they anyway?
Boston Globe (US)

Bridges, bombs or bluster?
Foreign Affairs (US)

Subversive readings: could librarians be the Patriot Act's biggest threat?
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Pakistan widens terror dragnet
Christian Science Monitor (US)

Farm subsidies and the war on terror
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Bioterror brain drain
The American Prospect (US)

Warning! You are being watched
In These Times (US)

Still: on not getting over 9/11
The New Republic (US)

War on Terror Detracts from Civilian Plight
UNIRIN

Two years later, terror still driving the agenda
Boston Globe (US)

Ending the cycle of terror
In These Times (US)

What is intelligence chatter anyway?
Slate.com (US)

New terror laws used vs. common criminals
AP (US)

Networks do Bush's bidding with WTC anniversary coverage
The American Prospect (US)

New York City two years on
The Economist (UK)

A "mind-numbingly boring" propaganda film
Salon.com (US)

The unanswered questions of 9/11
In These Times (US)

Overpaying the Pentagon
The American Prospect (US)

The president and the assassin
Boston Globe (US)

The blackout: weapons of mass disruption
Foreign Policy (US)

Ailing immigrant wasted away as federal detainee
Village Voice (US)

Asia's long list of terror targets
Business Week (US)

Hatfill Sues Over Anthrax Probe
Washington Post (US)

U.S. Said to Plan Bigger Afghan Role
New York Times (registr. req'd)

At least 42 dead in Bombay bombings
The Guardian (UK)

White House ordered false assurances on post-9/11 air quality
Common Dreams (US)

9/11-Style Attack Predicted in Next Year
AP (US)

Missile sting: how it happened
BBC (UK)

Families of 9/11 victims plan 9/10 protest
New York Post (US)

Remembering what a city can't forget
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Should we execute terrorists?
Boston Globe (US)

Gore Criticizes Bush's Handling of 9-11
Village Voice (US)

Bali bomber sentenced to death
The Guardian (UK)

Afghanistan: No model for Iraq
The Economist (UK)

Pentagon Abandons Plan for Futures Market on Terror
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Did the government let bin Laden's trail go cold?
The New Yorker (US)

9/11 Report: Between the Lines of 28 Missing Pages
Working For Change (US)

The Bush Administration's Top 40 Lies About War and Terrorism
City Pages (US)

The Syrian Bet
The New Yorker (US)

Dissent on Detention
Washington Post (US)

Architect, developer clash over WTC site plans
New York Times (registr. req'd)

The Moussaoui nightmare
Salon.com (US)

America's military tribunals
The Economist (UK)

George W. on the Defensive
Washington Post (US)

Red, white and worried
Toronto Star (Canada)

Fear factory: the Bush administration manufactures post-9/11 dread
The American Prospect (US)

Inside the new American Gulag
New York Times (registr.)

Fishing expedition: Bush casts a wide net to catch terrorists
The American Prospect (US)

Bush's 9/11 coverup?
Salon.com (US)

Lessons from Chernobyl
The Nation (US)

Is art that can be mistaken for terrorism protected speech?
FindLaw's Writ (US)

Safety match: how human rights law can fight terrorism
The American Prospect (US)

Preserving rights in a terrorized world
Washington Post (US)

Ashcroft's secrecy hasn't helped the war on terror
The American Prospect (US)

Why Arizona might have to ignore terror warnings
The American Prospect (US)

Big Brother by any other name
In These Times (US)

Former INS head warns of rights abuses
Washington Post (US)

Bush's do-nothing plan for airline security
Salon.com (US)

Fear itself: the Yale bomber and our culture of dread
The American Prospect (US)

WTC families want city to oversee rebuilding
Newsday (US)

Profiling of air travelers just around the corner
In These Times (US)

War on terror off track
The Progressive (US)

A cuter, cuddlier Big Brother
Salon.com (US)

Biowar and the Apartheid legacy
In These Times (US)

Weapons of mass elation
Mother Jones (US)

Who killed Daniel Pearl?
The Economist (UK)

The Lackawanna Six — sleeper cell or foolish pawns?
Salon.com (US)

Al-Qaeda: changed but still deadly
The Economist (UK)

Iraq quid pro quo: US adds Basque groups to terror list
FindLaw's Writ (US)

The new face of terror unveiled
Asia Times (Hong Kong)

Norman Ornstein's doomsday scenario
The Atlantic Monthly (US)

Al-Qaeda's new war
The Economist (UK)

Raw deal: the constitutional repercussions of terror
American Prospect (US)

No peace, no talks: terrorism in the Philippines
The Economist (UK)

Terrorism's family tree
The Telegraph (UK)

Iraq, 9/11 and the history of national revenge
Boston Globe (US)

The Bush regime moves towards totalitarianism
The Nation (US)

Shadows fall on 9/11 "Wedge of Light"
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Secure the homeland without leaving the house
Reason (US)

Are we safer yet?
The Nation (US)

Local officials defy Patriot Act
Washington Post (US)

Pluralism and the war on terror
Dissent (US)

Librarians make noise over Patriot Act
The Washington Post (US)

How Bush undermines US security
The American Prospect (US)

More money needed to secure New York
The Economist (UK)

Families of terror victims look for justice
Washington Post (US)

Circling protectively above New York
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Subway fears and bioterrorism risks
The Nation (US)

Would you work at a new Ground Zero skyscraper?
Washington Post (US)

The campaign to quell dissent
The American Prospect (US)

Now's the time to sound the alarm about civil liberties
The Nation (US)

Why we shouldn't torture Khalid Shaikh Mohammed
The New Republic (US)

Smile, the cops are watching
In These Times (US)

Air passenger finds nasty note in suitcase
The Progressive (US)

In torture we trust?
The Nation (US)

In Jose Padilla the government has the perfect fall guy
Mother Jones (US)

Glitches riddle immigrant database
Chicago Tribune (US)

The sins of the father CIA holds al-Qaeda chief's children
The Spectator (UK)

How the INS Stole Three Days of My Life
The Progressive (US)

Bloomberg wants control of WTC site
New York Observer (US)

Al-Qaeda's "CEO"
The Economist (UK)

Patriot Act's big brother
The Nation (US)

Algeria's terror conection
BBC World (UK)

WTC plan chosen
Newsday (US)

Keeping bioweapon fears in perspective
The American Prospect (US)

Which war on terrorism?
Find Law's Writ (US)

Bush uses terror fears to shield government and business from public view
Mother Jones (US)

A new type of tourist comes back to Bali
The Economist (UK)

The disappointing pageant of architects at Ground Zero
The New Republic (US)

Rage under raps in NYC's Arab community
Village Voice (US)

The American way of torture
Village Voice (US)

Revising the laws of war
FindLaw's Writ (US)

9/11 victim's lesbian partner to receive survivor benefits
Washington Post (US)

GOP blocks new requirements for chemical plant security
The New Republic (US)

Beating terror through diplomacy
Washington Post (US)

Universal health care is a national-security issue
The American Prospect (US)

They know when you are sleeping
The Nation (US)

The enemy within: How equipped are European security forces?
The Economist (UK)

Homegrown conspiracy in Indonesia
Washington Post (US)

Raised stakes in Britain
The Guardian (UK)

The fix at Ground Zero
The Nation (US)

Fear and rumor in London
The Independent (UK)

Statue of Liberty scanned
The Independent (UK)

False witness: FBI's search for immigrants based on hoax
New York Times (registr. req'd)

Corporate tax dodgers hide misdeeds behind national security
The Nation (US)

Separating 9/11 fakes from victims
New York Times (registr. req'd)

New year brings new airport security
Washington Post (US)

Torture Is Not an Option
Washington Post (US)

CIA Uses 'Stress and Duress' Tactics on Terrorism Suspects
Washington Post (US)

Muslim Detainees Protest Immigrant Roundup
Village Voice (NYC)

Afghanistan goes back to bad opium habits
Asia Times (Hong Kong)

Manhunt: Bush's new anti-terror strategy
New Yorker (US)

Two more cities reject USA Patriot Act
ABC News (US)

WTC plans to be unveiled
CNN (US)

UK: seven held under Terrorism Act
The Guardian (UK)

Afghanistan's Women Still Need Our Help
Washington Post (US)

The enemy combatant cases
The Economist (UK)

U.S. Holds 6 of 765 Detained in 9/11 Sweep
Washington Post (US)

Ashcroft vs. civil liberties
Washington Times (US)

Constitution still applies to Padilla
Rocky Mountain News (US)

American tragedy is always and inevitably about the money
New York Times (registr. req'd)

U.S. Can Target American al-Qaida Agents
Associated Press (US)

The Bush dynasty and right wing Cuban terrorists
The Guardian (UK)

A Parallel Legal System for Terror Suspects
Washington Post





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