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Heed Warnings About NATO Expansion: Ivan Eland
Smoking Satellite Pics: Gordon Prather
Empathy, Grief in Pakistan: Beena Sarwar
Reporting From Tribal Areas Highly Risky: Ebrahim
Obama Can End Iraq War 'Responsibly': by P. Dyer

 Will Grigg

One Party State

 David Henderson

Ethics in Finance and Foreign Policy

 Ron Paul

Against Empire

 Joseph Sottile

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Updated November 29, 2008 - 11:26 PM EST
Mumbai Seige Over as Toll Hits 195
  Mumbai Attacks Inflame India-Pakistan Tensions
  US Intelligence Focuses on Pakistani Group
  Four Mumbai Terrorists 'Had Links With Britain'
  UK Says No Evidence of British Link to Mumbai Attacks
3 Dead, 14 Hurt in Attack on UN Iraq Compound
  War in Iraq Ending for International Forces
  Pact Strengthens but Imperils Maliki
  Wary Iraqis Weigh Deal That Shapes Their Future
  Saturday: 44 Iraqis Killed, 32 Wounded
Taliban Kill 13 Afghan Troops, Capture 16
  Afghans Riot in Kabul After Civilian Killed
Suspected US Missile Strike Kills 2 in Pakistan
381 Die in 2 Days Fighting After Nigeria Election
Bush Wants History to See Him as a Liberator of Millions
Russia Seeks New Missiles Due to US Shield Plans
Abkhazia: A Chance to Join the World  by Neal Ascherson
The Obama Administration, Guantánamo, and Restoring America's Standing  by Glenn Greenwald
After 7 Years, Judge Orders Release of Gitmo Kidnap Victims  by Andy Worthington
Smoking Satellite Pics
by Gordon Prather
Victim Disarmament at Sea
by Félix Moreno de la Cova Solís
The Slow Death of Gaza
by Andrea Becker

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Empathy, Grief in Pakistan at Mumbai Mayhem
Reporting From Pakistan Tribal Areas Highly Risky
Samantha Power, Adviser Who Insulted Clinton, Is Reviewing State Dept.
Cyber-Attack on Pentagon Computers Raises Concerns
Kentucky Law Assumes God Will Handle Terrorism
Downturn Drives Military Rolls Up
NATO Chief's Interpreter Gets 10 Years for Iran Spying
Iraq Occupation
Thousands of Iraqis Protest US Security Pact
Sadr Orders Followers to Raise Black Flags in Mourning for Signing Agreement
A Loosely Drawn American Victory
Iraq Presidency to Review US Pact in Two Weeks
National Guard Gets Spying, 'Flying Beer Keg' for Iraq
Watchdog on Iraq Funds Aims to Keep Post
Today in Iraq
Corrupt Often Go Free in Iraq
Iraq: Kurd Oil Contracts Invalid
Iraq Says 80 Dollars a 'Reasonable' Price for Oil
Attacks Continue
Suicide Bomber Kills 12 South of Baghdad
Four Policemen Wounded in IED Blast in Diyala
Blast Near US Base in Sadr City
Friday: 21 Iraqis Killed, 58 Wounded
'War on Terror'
Al-Qaeda No. 2 to US: Overcome Meltdown With Islam
Zawahri Says US Wars Behind Financial Crisis
Ex-Terrorism Prosecutor Flags Flaws at Tribunal
US Says Syria Copies Iran Nuclear Cover-Up Tactics
US: Alleged Syrian Reactor Had No Peaceful Uses
US, EU Fear Syria 'Sanitized' Alleged Nuclear Sites
IAEA Board Debates Findings at Alleged Syrian Nuclear Site
Iran Claims 'Secret' Provisions in US-Iraqi Pact
Russia to Boost Staff at Iran's Nuclear Power Plant
Israeli Court Rebukes State Over Illegal Outposts
Israeli Supreme Court Head Claims Crucial Role in Restraining Military
Israeli Troops Wound Three During Gaza Incursion
For Gazans, One Abundant Resource: Ingenuity
Eight Israeli Soldiers Wounded in Mortar Barrage on Western Negev
Battle Looms at Hebron House
Lebanon to Establish Ties With 'Palestine'
Ethiopia to Withdraw From Somalia by End of Year
Somali Govt Rules Out Attacks on Insurgent-Seized Towns
Legal Hurdles in West Slow Pursuit of Pirates
Zimbabwe Opposition Says Agreement at Hand
South Africa Blocks Zimbabwe Opposition Leader Travel
White Farmers Win Case Against Zimbabwe Land Grabs
Zimbabwe Soldiers Riot Over Cash Shortage
DR Congo
Rebels in East Congo Capture Two Border Posts, Town
EU Says Clear Evidence of War Crimes in Congo
UN Envoy Makes Fresh Bid to Broker Congo Peace
Clashes Kill 20 in Nigerian City
Briton Kidnapped in Nigerian Oil Hub: Army
Flashpoint Sudan Town Tense Months After Battle
Mauritania Junta Chief Denies Plans to Retain Power
Terror in Mumbai
Inside the Taj: Tracking Down the Terrorists
Jewish Center Stormed; 6 Hostages Die
Militants Lead Commandos in Deadly Dance in Mumbai
Police Find 24 Bodies at Mumbai Trident/Oberoi Hotel
Mumbai Weapons Stashed Before Attack
Report: Militants Visited Mumbai Before Attack
Mumbai Terrorist Attacks: Mystery of the Missing British and US Casualties
Indian Crisis May Shift Political Landscape
Scenarios: What Could Happen After the Mumbai Attacks
City Known for Its Vitality Is Staggered by Grief
Uncertainty Grips Mumbai After Attacks
In a Resilient City, Hopes That Cooperation Prevails
Violence Clouds India's Economic Future
India's Growing Terrorism
Global India Impact
Pakistani Militants At Center Of Probe
India Blames 'Elements' From Pakistan for Attack
Israel: India's Rescue Efforts 'Premature and Badly Planned'
Team of FBI Investigators Readies to Fly to Mumbai
Obama: Attacks Will Not Defeat India's Democracy
Four Cops Among Nine Killed in Bannu Suicide Blast
Pakistani Spies Face Questions Over Old Jihadi Assets
Pakistan Calls for Stronger Anti-Terror Mechanism
Britain to Consider Afghanistan Troop Request
Inside US Hub for Afghan Air Strikes
Taliban's Ex-Spokesman Shot Dead
Zawahiri Says Karzai's Desire for Talks With Taliban Shows Weakness
Thai Protesters Dig in and Vow to 'Fight to the Death'
Thai Police Warn Airport Protesters to Leave Immediately
Thai Standoff Threatens Economy, Reputation
China Executes 2 Accused of Spying, Relatives Report
China Forced to Act Over Sarkozy-Dalai Lama Meeting: Spokesman
Trains Between Koreas Stop, North Restricts Border
Sri Lanka Rebels Could Go Back to Guerrilla War
Georgian President Defends War Decisions

Russia Test-Fires ICBM From Submarine

UK Opposition Outraged Over Lawmaker's Arrest
Colombians March to Demand Hostages' Freedom
Britain to Start Clearing Mines on Falklands
Mexico to UN: Army Will Slowly Leave Drug Fight
Weekend Reviews
You Can Make This Stuff Up
War Photography: Truth Is the First Casualty
Big Boy Rules: America's Mercenaries Fighting in Iraq
Warfare and Torture in a Global Context

Justin Raimondo
Now I've Seen Everything

Ivan Eland
Heed Russia's Warnings About Further NATO Expansion

Alan Bock
Out of Africa

Doug Bandow
A Return to Liberal Warmongering? Peace Advocates Must Continue the Battle

Nebojsa Malic
An Idea Whose Time Has Gone

Charles Peña
Missile Defense and
the American Empire

Philip Giraldi
AIPAC's Man in
the Obama Camp

David R. Henderson
A Veterans Day Tribute

Sascha Matuszak
Business Over Bluster

Ran HaCohen
Black Israeli Voices on Obama's Victory

Praful Bidwai
Lawmaker's Disclosure May Torpedo Nuke Deal

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