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Updated July 15, 2009 - 11:27 PM EDT
July Already Deadliest Month in Afghan War
 
  Air Force: Missions Soar in Afghanistan
  Aid Chopper Reported Shot Down in Afghanistan
Iraq Won't Permit US Patrols in Baghdad
 
  US to Maintain Iraq Troop Levels Through Early 2010
 

Wednesday: 14 Iraqis Killed, 68 Wounded

Israeli Soldiers Admit Using Human Shields
 
  PA Forces Raid al-Jazeera Offices in West Bank, Announce Ban
  CIA's Kill Teams Were Modeled on Israel's Hit Squads
  Israeli Road Sign Controversy Runs Deep
US-Russian Rapprochement Falters Over Georgia
Viewpoints
Best Intentions: An Appreciation of Graham Greene  by Andrew J. Bacevich
Is Military Service Honorable?
by Fred Reed
Seymour Hersh: The Man Who Knew Cheney's Secret?  by Benjamin Sarlin
The Remaking of Iraq
by Michael T. Klare and Tom Engelhardt
Israel's Dr. Strangelove  by Ira Glunts
10 Lessons on Empire  by Stephen M. Walt

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Frontline
Israeli Spy Ring Threatens Fragile Lebanon Peace
Clinton Orders Review to Enhance 'Smart Power'

New Arguments Ordered in 9/11 Conspirator's Case

US Won't Defend Ex-Bush Atty in Torture-Memo Case

Review Planned for Terror Alert System

Afghanistan War Resister to 'Put the War on Trial'

General Says US Ready for Possible Attack by North Korea

PTSD May Nearly Double Vets' Dementia Risk

 
Iraq

Iraqis Tell US Military No Patrols Permitted in Baghdad

In Baghdad, the Poor Have No Choice but to Beg

Iraqi Interpreters to Sue Britain

Iraq: Demonstrators in Fallujah Protest Detention of Police Chiefs

Tuesday: 1 US Soldier, 10 Iraqis Killed; 13 Iraqis Wounded

Iran

Aide: Iran Reform Leader to Set Up Political Front

In Month's Turmoil, Iran Death Toll Still Unknown

Iran Opposition Leader, Wife Visit Slain Man's Family

Source: Russia Won't Agree to Tougher Iran Sanctions

Russia-Georgia

Medvedev Visits South Ossetia

Honduras

Zelaya Gives Micheletti Deadline to Step Down as Honduras Leader

Talks to End Honduras' Crisis to Resume Saturday

Americas

Drug Cartels Launch Mexico's 'Tet Offensive'

Colombian Paramilitaries Admit to Killing 21,000

 
Afghanistan
Fleet of Spy Planes Gives US 'An Edge' in Afghan Mission

Britain to Send 140 More Troops to Afghanistan

DoD Announces Units for Upcoming Afghanistan Rotation

Karzai Opponents Hope to Beat Him in Second Round

Afghan Victims of Abuse Find Refuge

Italian Paratrooper Killed in Afghanistan

Pakistan

Tribal Militia Kills 23 'Taliban' in Mohmand Clashes

Israel/Palestine
Citing National Security, Israel Drops Charges Against Settler Filmed Shooting Palestinians

Israel Revives Bill to Require Referendum on Golan Pullout

Will EU Penalize Exports From Israeli Settlements?

Israel Accuses Lebanon of Violating UN Resolution

China

Is China Spying on Uighurs Abroad?

Al-Qaeda Vows Revenge on China After Riots

Somalia

Two French Security Advisers, Posing as Journalists, Seized in Somalia

How One Youth Was Drawn to Jihad in Somalia

 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
7/13/2009
2084

Nebojsa Malic
7/15/2009
Overload

Kelley B. Vlahos
7/14/2009
The Africa Obama Didn't Visit

Ivan Eland
7/10/2009
To Mitigate Economic Armageddon: Slash the Defense Budget

Philip Giraldi
7/09/2009
Hands Off Honduras

Charles V. Peņa
7/08/2009
Travel Trials and Tribulations

Alan Bock
7/06/2009
Independence, Empire Don't Mesh

David R. Henderson
6/08/2009
Obama's Baby Steps

Edouard Husson
5/22/2009
The Virtues of Gorbachevism

Ran HaCohen
2/18/2009
Abe Foxman's 'Anti-Semitic Pandemic'

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