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Updated November 11, 2009 - 10:02 PM EST
Decision Near on Troops to Afghanistan?

NATO Storms Afghan Red Crescent Compound

  Footage Shows Taliban Handling US Weapons, Ammo
  Military Sees Increase in Wounded in Afghanistan
  Afghan Taliban: We Have No Connection to Pakistani 'Taliban'
  National Antiwar Groups Call for Protests Against Afghan Escalation
Blackwater Tried to Buy Off Iraqi Officials
  Some Former Ba'athists May Run in Iraq Election

Now That Parliament Approved Elections, Iraqis Are Ambivalent

Bomb Kills at Least 34 in Pakistan Market

US Plans Nuclear Talks With North Korea

Emanuel Warns Against Using Settlements as 'Distraction'

Al-Qaeda Militant Incites Sunnis Against Shi'ites, Iran

A Year With Obama – and US Foreign Relations Have Only Worsened  by William Pfaff
Israel Is About to Get What It Wished For  by Stephen M. Walt
Without War We Are Nothing, Apparently  by Alex Massie
Drone Race to a Known Future
by Tom Engelhardt
Cold War Without End  by David Brown
A Day That Shook the World
by Eric Margolis

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Justice Dept. Asked for News Site's Visitor Lists

UK: Every Phone Call, Email and Internet Click Stored by 'State Spying' Databases

American Sues FBI, Saying He Was Detained in Africa

TSA Concedes Wrongful Detention of Paul Supporter
Visiting Greek Priest Attacked as 'Terrorist' by Marine

US to Remove North Korean WMDs in Contingency

Greek Envoy: Europe Relies on US Military

Fort Hood

Attorney Meets With Hood Shooting Suspect

Blame Game Erupts Over Probe of Fort Hood Suspect

'Taliban' Warns Foreign Policy Will Spark More 'Fort Hood' Attacks

US Imam Wanted in Yemen Over al-Qaeda Suspicions

Officials' Handling of Potential Hasan Threat at Issue


Iraq's Northern Minorities Seen Under Threat

Military Contractors Sued Over Iraq 'Burn Pits'

Rights Group: US Pullout Could Worsen Tensions in North Iraq

Prominent Member of Awakening Movement Arrested in Iraq

Tuesday: 3 Iraqis Killed, 3 Wounded

The War at Home

In Congress, Injured Vets Signing on for Duty

At VA and Among Vets, Duckworth Is Trying to Reshape Perceptions


US Accuses Iran of Violating UN Arms Embargo

US Hiker's Mother: Iran Espionage Claim Is False

Iran Turns to Italy to Launch Satellite

Turkey Denies Policy Shift Toward Iran


Adviser: Saudi Navy Blockades North Yemen Coast

Iran Urges Non-Interference in Yemeni Affairs

'War on Terror'

Algeria Jails 3 Moroccans Over Iraq al-Qaeda Plan

Dutch Arrest Somali Terror Suspect Wanted by US

Maoist Anti-Government Protesters Blockade Nepal's Capital

Thai Tensions Rise Over Thaksin Shinawatra's Cambodian Role

Cambodian Textbook Sheds Light on Khmer Rouge Era


Nicaragua Government Supporters Attack Opponents

US Tries to Salvage Honduras Accord


Gorbachev Advises Obama to Withdraw From Afghanistan

US Wants More NATO Troops for New Afghanistan Surge

Afghan Minister Accuses West of 'Double-Standards' on Corruption

Would Taliban Fighters Switch Sides?

In Afghanistan, Taliban Surpasses Al-Qaeda

NATO Uncovers Cache of Bomb Materials in Afghanistan

SAS Makes Deadly Debut With New Sniper Rifle

Japan Plans Additional $5 Billion for Afghanistan


Taliban Jail Unearthed as Troops Kill Nine in South Waziristan

Three Killed in Gilgit-Baltistan Ambush

Pakistan Offensive Uproots Taliban, but May Not Destroy It

Pakistani Military Claims 80 Percent of Mehsud Tribal Areas Captured

State Dept: No Plan to Seize Pakistan's Nukes

Zardari for Taking 'Holistic View' of Pak-US Bilateral Relations

Saudi Arabia to Provide $380 Million Soft Loan to Pakistan

Pakistan, China in $1.4 Billion Fighter Jet Deal


India Probes Maoists' Foreign Links

Maoists Blow Up Two Schools in Central India


Netanyahu Calls Reports of Tensions With US 'Nonsense'

Peres Urges 'Old Friend' Abbas to Resume Peace Talks

Israel Says Major Cities Are in Hezbollah's Range

French FM: It Seems Israel No Longer Wants Peace

Obama Reaffirms 'Strong Commitment' to Israel's Security


Reforms for Kurds Spark Accusations of 'Treason'

Turkey Unveils Kurdish Peace Plan

In Other News

UN: Southern Lebanon Ceasefire Holding Well Despite Violations

Uganda: 'LRA Not Defeated'

Colombia: 9 Soldiers Killed in Clash With Rebels


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Resurrecting the Caliphate

Charles V. Peņa
The Clock Is Ticking

Philip Giraldi
A Manifesto for X Street

David R. Henderson
An Evening With Cindy Sheehan

Ran HaCohen
Fascism Needs an Enemy

Alan Bock
Independence, Empire Don't Mesh

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The Virtues of Gorbachevism

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