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Iraq’s Outcome: Stalemate or Unlikely Coalition?
  Iraq's Vote Tally Marked by Chaos and Calls of Fraud
  Even if He Wins, Maliki May Be Out as Iraq's Prime Minister
US, Israel: 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' on Settlements
  Israel Strikes in Gaza After Rocket Kills Thai Worker
NATO Eyes Massive Offensive in N. Afghanistan
  Karzai Faces Anger in Marjah
  Ex-UN Envoy: Taliban Arrests Thwart Afghan Talks
  Iranian Weapons Seized in Afghanistan
Synagogue Bomb Suspects: Feds Put Us Up to It!
  Official Defends Off-the-Books Spy Program
  The Pentagon's Propaganda Networks
  US Rep: Pa. Jihad Jane Terror Suspect Cooperated
  US Suspect in Mumbai Siege, Danish Plot Pleads Guilty
Clinton, Lavrov Clash Over Iran Nuclear Plant
Pakistan Won't Hand Over Captured Taliban Leaders
Taking Sides: Who Will the Israel Lobby Back?  by John J. Mearsheimer
The Pentagon Church Militant and Us  by William J. Astore and Tom Engelhardt
Battling the Bipartisan Consensus for War  by Doug Bandow
The Wars of Tribe and Faith  by Patrick J. Buchanan
Nation-Wrecking in Afghanistan  by Jonathan M. Finegold Catalan
Pentagon Vs. Israel?  by Robert Dreyfuss

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Retired US General: Dutch Troops Too Gay to Stop Srebrenica
Attacks Bring Pakistan Aid Work to Virtual Halt
Georgia Mounts American PR Campaign
The Oldest Unanswered Freedom of Information Act Requests
New FBI Files Alleging AIPAC Theft of Govt Property and Israeli Espionage Released
'War on Terror'
Rise of 'Homegrown' Threat Changes Face of Terrorism
Accused 'Jihad Jane' Denies Terror Plot in Court
New Secret Agent Rules Delayed 'After Falling Foul of Torture Laws'
MI6 Chief: Allies Worried Over UK Court Rulings
UK Can't Guarantee Allies Don't Torture Detainees
FBI Chief Defends Handling of Xmas Case
Fed Appeals Court Won't Rehear Ashcroft Lawsuit
FBI Faces New Setback in Computer Overhaul
US Company Accused of Exporting Military Tech
Two Iraqi Security Officers Kidnapped and Decapitated by Militants
Murder Charge Brit Daniel Fitzsimons Insists Iraq Killings Were in Self-Defence
Iraq Signs Deal for $250mln World Bank Loan
UK Artist Calls for Postage Stamps of Iraq War Dead
Thursday: 1 US Soldier, 7 Iraqis Killed; 10 Iraqis Wounded
US-China Differences 'Should Not Harm Iran Cooperation'
Jundallah Members Killed in Iran Clash
Iran's Opposition Seeks More Help in Cyberwar With Government
Iran Protests: Is Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei Winning?
Iran Frees Activists for Iranian New Year Holiday
Gaza Rocket Attack Into Israel Kills a Thai Worker
Assad: Mideast Peace 'Impossible' With Netanyahu
US Imposes Sanctions on Gaza Institutions Over Hamas Links
Israel's Deputy FM: Goldstone to Blame for Gaza Rocket Strike
Islamist Rival of Hamas Claims Credit for Gaza Rocket
'Israeli Spy Planes Flew Over Budapest'
Poll: Former PM Olmert Ranked Most Corrupt Leader in Israeli History; Netanyahu Second
Poll: Nearly Half of US Voters Support Total Settlement Freeze
ADL: Petraeus Wrong to Link Anti-US Attitude to Mideast Peace
Israeli Troops Beaten Up in Hebron
Official Shas Journal: Obama Is 'A Stone-Throwing Palestinian'
Erdogan Under Fire Over Armenian Deportation Threat
'Turkey a Hurdle to Cyprus Settlement'
Middle East
Egypt 'About to Explode,' Opposition Leader Warns
Hezbollah: Iran Strike Would Ignite Mideast
Yemen to Free Rebel Prisoners, as Clashes Erupt in South
Australia PM Shrugs Off Obama No-Show
Uphill Battle to Win Over Afghan Villagers in Tangi Valley
Kunduz Bombing in Afghanistan: German Defense Ministry Sought to Obscure the Truth
Marines Walk Tightrope to Win Support in Marjah
Afghan President Beefs Up Anti-Graft Body
UN Calls for Afghans to Take Charge of Future
Afghan Children Face World's Worst Conditions
China Calls for More World Aid to Afghanistan
Pakistan FM: We Have Done a Lot, It's Time for US to Deliver
A Dozen Top Pakistan Army Generals to Retire This Year
North Korea Says May Seize South Korean Assets at Resort
France Rules Out Opening Embassy in North Korea
Thai PM Says He's Open to Talks With Protesters
Political Wounds Linger in Thailand
UK Supreme Court: 'Banned' Tamil Tigers May Seek Asylum in Britain
Indian Official Accuses Pakistan of Being Soft on Terror Camps
Myanmar Junta Frees, Deports US Activist
US-Funded Detachment 88, Elite of Indonesia Security
Clinton's Agenda for Russia Trip Reflects Improving but Fragile Relationship
US, Russia See Disarmament Deal Clinched Soon
UN Chief Signs Deal With Russia-Led Security Group
Accused in Chechen Warlord Shooting to Learn Fate in April
Hundreds of WWII Artillery Shells Found in Moscow
Sudan and Darfur Rebel Group Sign Cease-Fire
Red Cross Staffer Freed After Five Months Held in Darfur
Rwanda Presidential Candidate Removed as Head of Party
UN Genocide Court Rejects Rwandan Musician's Appeal
Nigeria Recalls Envoy After Kadhafi 'Partition' Comment
Kadhafi's Son Rejects Swiss Compensation Offer
Cuban Crackdown Anniversary Marked With Protest
Guatemala Court Okays Ex-President's Extradition to US
Boycott Looms for Guyana's 1st Elections Since '94
US Military
Marine General to Testify at Haditha Hearing
Report Alleges Afghan Contractor Shot Marine
Marine Corps Turns to Social Media to Find Recruits
US Army Thrusts Bayonet Aside After Centuries of Faithful Service
Murrieta Woman Pleads Not Guilty to Defrauding Marines in Iraq

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Excessive Intrusion, Less Security

Philip Giraldi
Some Rogue Regimes Are Less Rogue Than Others

Ivan Eland
Making Unneeded Enemies in Somalia

Kelley B. Vlahos
Do We Want Our 'Government in a Box'?

Alan Bock
Down the Rabbit Hole in Afghanistan

Nebojsa Malic
The Show Goes On

David R. Henderson
The Left-Right Conference on War

Ran HaCohen
Fascism Needs an Enemy

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The Virtues of Gorbachevism

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