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Bush OKs Freeze in Iraq Troop Levels

  Car Bomb That Targeted Chalabi Was State-Owned

Sex Abuse, Beatings in Iraq's Overcrowded Juvenile Prison System

  Monday: 26 Iraqis Killed, 52 Wounded
Russia Presses for Georgia Arms Embargo
  Russia Agrees to Georgia Pullout After EU Deal
  Georgians Question Wisdom of War With Russia

Bush Administration Freezes Russia Nuclear Pact

War Unpopular Among Afghans, Allies

Bush to Send More Troops to Afghanistan


US to Look Again at Civilian Deaths in Afghan Raid


Facing Drug Trial, Afghan Tribal Chief Says He Aided US Forces


US Marines Hand Ex-Taliban Stronghold to Afghans

US Attack on School Kills 23 in North Waziristan

Pakistan's Zardari Sworn in as President


Intel Council Warned Against Raids in Pakistan


Pakistan Pretends to Fight Taliban, for US Cash

Al-Qaeda Blasts Iran for Working With US


For Iran, Energy Woes Justify Nuclear Push

Ukraine: Yushchenko Accuses Tymoshenko of Treason

Palin's Wrongheaded View of God's Plans  by Jacob G. Hornberger
Trickle-Down Preemption
by Ray McGovern
Education, Occupation, Incarceration  by Phil Leech
No Dog in This Fight  by Doug Bandow
Defending the Baltics  by William S. Lind
Elegant Colonialism  by Rami G. Khouri

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US Rules Out Unilateral Steps Against Russia

Alliance Divided as Members Ponder Plea of 'NATO Come Home'

How a Retired Officer Gained Influence at the White House and in Baghdad

Iraq Gets Its First Christian Militia - With a Little Help From the Peshmerga

Pentagon Debates Development of Offensive Cyberspace Capabilities

Civil Rights Group Sues Over NYC Surveillance Plan

Rice Dismisses Woodward Book on Iraq and US Politics

Cold War Memories as Russia Sends Nuclear Warship, Destroyer to Caribbean
Today in Iraq

Concessions Needed for Iraqi Elections

Iraq's Parliament Resumes With Full Agenda

Iraq Will Pay Sunni Volunteers

US and Iraqi Officials Try to Reassure Citizen Patrols About Transfer

Kurd Assembly Speaker Wary of Iraq Arms Purchases

Local Police Patrol Khanaqin in Diyala

Cholera Kills Eight in Iraq's Babil Province

Korean Reporter Could Be Tried for Violating Law Against Travel to Iraq

Iraq Palestinians Head to Iceland

Attacks Continue

Iraq Official's Bodyguards Involved in Rush-Hour Shooting

Gunmen Kidnap Awakening Leader in Diyala

Monday: 26 Iraqis Killed, 52 Wounded
Occupying Iraq

Questions Linger as Fort Hood General Assumes Command in Iraq

US Troops Foil Plot to Bomb Iraqi Parliament Through Bakery Tunnel

US Troops 'Accidentally' Kill Doctor in Central Baquba

'War on Terror'

Guantanamo Inmate Returned to Pakistan

Bush Made Decision That Triggered Arrests in UK Bomber Trial

UK Jury Finds 3 Men Guilty in Bombing Plot

British Jury Undecided on Bomb Plot


6 Afghan Civilians Killed in Explosion

Rights Group Condemns US, NATO Air Strikes in Afghanistan

NATO: 1 Soldier Killed in Afghanistan

Germany Discovers a War in Afghanistan

Afghanistan: 'I Just Need Peace'

UAE President Welcomes Karzai


US Attacks on Border May Hinder Chances of Help From Zardari

Pakistan Reopens Supply Lines to Western Forces

Pakistani Interior Minister: Recent Suicide Bombers, Financiers 'All Pakistani'

Would-Be Suicide Bomber Arrested in Pakistan

Sharif Meets Zardari but Declines to Rejoin Coalition


Indian Kashmir Shuts Over Election Plan, Violence

Kashmiris Seek Trade Route to Pakistan

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Military Says Jets Shot Down Rebel Plane

Sri Lanka Bars Foreign Aid Staff


China Denies Blocking India's Nuclear Waiver Bid

China Foreign Minister to Meet Indian PM, Hold Talks on Border Row


Discovery of Three WWII-Era Bombs Forces German Town's Evacuation

Five Injured in Two Bomb Blasts in Downtown Sofia

Serbian Nationalists in Turmoil, Split Over EU


Saakashvili Expects Billions in European Aid for Development

World Court Begins Georgia-Russia Case

Russia Could Sever NATO Ties Over Georgia Membership

Saakashvili Says Russian Troop Deal a Step Forward

US Official: Russia Trying to Corner the Global Energy Market

Sunken Ships and Bomb Damage Scar Georgian Coast

Russia to Set Up Embassies in Abkhazia, Ossetia

UN: Russian Troops Blocked Aid Convoy From Entering Gori

Polish Journalists Detained in South Ossetia

Sarkozy Threatened to Leave Stormy Russian Talks


Tymoshenko Accuses Yushchenko of Self-Interest

EU Set to Offer Cautious Encouragement to Ukraine


US Suspends Sanctions Against Belarus

EU Chiefs Urge Thaw in Ties With Belarus


Poland to Spend $24.6 Billion for Army Modernization by 2018

Survey: Most Poles Believe Russia Will Rebuild Its Empire

Russia Prepares to Launch Iran's Nuclear Plant

Israeli Minister: We May Kidnap Ahmadinejad


Israeli Parliament Committees Agree on National Referendum for Any Territory Concession

Poll: Most Israelis Back Release of Barghouti for Kidnapped Shalit

Hamas Releases 12 Fatah Leaders From Gaza Jails

Hamas Calls on Arab FMs to Help End Gaza Blockade

Judge: PA Can't Contest Lawsuit Without Posting $192.7 Million Bond

Ban to Press Israel for $1 Billion to Pay for Lebanon Damage

Nasrallah Warns Israel Not to Start Any Wars

Lebanon's Sunni and Shi'ite Rivals Heading Towards Reconciliation


Syrian Economy Opens – Will Its Politics Follow?

Difficult Decisions Loom for Syria's Assad

Middle East

US Plans $7 Billion Missile-Defense Sale to UAE

Saudi FM Wants Arabs to Bridge Palestinian Rifts

In Egypt, 9/11 Rumors Harden Into Conventional Wisdom


Gunmen Attack AU Troops in Mogadishu

Seven Somali Soldiers, Ethiopian Officer Defect to Insurgency

Troops Suspended After Islamists Seize Somali Town


Mugabe: No Power-Sharing Deal Reached

Breakaway MDC Faction Will Not Work With Zanu-PF


Rebel Head Targeted in Congo


North Korea Readies Military Parade for National Day

Philippines Envoy: Human Rights a Powerful Terrorism Foil

Curbs Imposed on Muslims in Western China During Ramadan


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Judgment Is More Important Than Experience

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the Finger on the Button

Praful Bidwai
Lawmaker's Disclosure May Torpedo Nuke Deal

Charles Peña
Georgia On My Mind

Nebojsa Malic
Mystery in Moscow

Ran HaCohen
Occupation by Another Name

Sascha Matuszak
The Security Blanket

David R. Henderson
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