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Pentagon: Attacking Iran Always an Option
  US Vows New Sanctions Against Iran in 'Weeks'
  Iran: Nuclear Fuel Swap a Chance to Boost Trust

US: Iranian Missile May Be Able to Hit US by 2015

NATO Admits Killing Students, Not 'Insurgents'

A Killing Further Erodes Afghan Faith in Leaders

Allawi: Int'l Supervision Needed for Recount

Iraq Rights Ministry Enters 'Secret Jail'


Third High-Ranking al-Qaeda-in-Iraq Leader Killed

  Tuesday: 11 Iraqis Killed, 29 Wounded
Civil War Looms as Kyrgyzstan Riots Grow
US 'Unsure' About Hezbollah Scud Claims

Israel FM: 'Imposed' Mideast Solution Would Stoke Violence

Guard Recruiters Forged Re-Enlistment Papers: Report

Bush Insider Reveals Guantanamo Deception  by Bill Quigley
The Business of America Is Kleptocracy  by William J. Astore and Tom Engelhardt
Embedded War Reporting Cannot Escape Its Own Bias  by Alison Banville
A Neocon Split on Afghanistan?  by David Corn
The Slippery Definition of 'Extremist'  by James Bovard
China Plays It Cool on Kyrgyzstan  by M.K. Bhadrakumar

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Assassination of Baghdad Imam Sparks Fears of Violence

Miliband: UK Would Not Have Invaded Iraq if We Knew What We Know Now

McCain, Kyl Want Troops on US-Mexico Border

Are Pirate Ransoms Legal? Confusion Over US Order

Generals: Britain Should Scrap Nukes

Iraq Tops Unsolved Reporter Murders


Iraqis Say al-Qaeda Deaths Will Not Improve Their Lives

Iraq Vice President Rejects Baghdad Vote Recount Decision

Recount of Ballots Threatens to Undermine Iraq's Fragile Stability

Sadrist MP Rules Out Changes in Election Results After Votes Recount

Allawi Fears Baghdad Vote Recount Could Be Manipulated

Iraq's Oil Exports Dip in March by 11 Percent

Tuesday: 11 Iraqis Killed, 29 Wounded


Iran Seeks to Persuade Security Council Not to Back Tough Nuclear Sanctions

Ahmadinejad Letter to Obama 'Sincere,' Spokesman Says

China Says Door Not Shut to Negotiations With Iran

The War at Home

Court-Martial of Soldier in Iraq Deaths Postponed

Group Wants Evangelist's Pentagon Event Canceled


Deposed Leader of Kyrgyzstan Warned Not to Return

Kremlin Says It Will Protect Russians in Kyrgyzstan

Belarus Says Ousted Kyrgyz President in Minsk


'Corruption Fueling Terrorism in Indonesia'

Thaksin Urges Snap Poll to End Thai Crisis

For Former Thai Premier, Exile but Not Irrelevance

Report: China Hackers Stole Key Google Program


First Trial of Somali Pirates Poses Headache for Germany

Somalia Hits Pause on Edict That Radio Play Music


Freed Italians Say Treated Well by al-Qaeda Group in Sahara

East Sudan Parties Concede Defeat, Cry Fraud

Conflict Escalating as Former Congo Rebels Take Control of Mineral Trade
Afghan War Is Unwinnable and We Should Not Be There, Say UK Voters

Afghan Deputy Mayor Slain as He Prays in Mosque

Mosque Murder Leaves Kandahar on Edge

Troops Wounded in Afghanistan Are Evacuated to Iraq

US Says Taliban No. 2 Interrogations Yield Useful Intel

Inquest: US Pilot Bombed British Soldiers, Assuming They Were Taliban


Pakistan Islamist Blames US for Provoking Suicide Bombing

Pakistan to Get US Guided-Missile Frigate on Aug 31

US Hopes Pakistan Will Join Fissile Material Talks

At Top University, a Fight for Pakistan's Future

Pakistan War Games Show of Force for India


US Officials Slam Pro-Israeli Ads in American Media

Israeli Military: Settlers Beat Soldier, Hurl Stones

Arab Israelis Mark 62nd Year Since 'Nakba' Saw 750,000 Palestinians Dispossessed

The Rachel Corrie Ship to Try to Breach Gaza Blockade Next Month

Hamas in Gaza Burns Drugs Used for Recreation

Report: Egypt Blows Up Gaza Smuggling Tunnel

World Poll: Only 19% See Israel in Positive Light

Middle East

Report: Assad Due in Egypt to Discuss Threat of Israeli-Syrian War

Saudi Arabia Announces Nuclear Plant, and It Could Have Huge Consequences for US-Iran Relations

Pentagon to Boost Yemen's Special Operations Forces


Azerbaijan Puts Off Joint Military Drills With US

Cyprus Reunification Camp Dismayed by Hardliner Victory


Chávez Says Colombian Candidate Would Pose Threat

Last Argentine Dictator Jailed for 25 Years


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The Making of American Foreign Policy

Ivan Eland
Should US Be More Involved in Israeli-Palestinian 'Peace Process'?

Kelley B. Vlahos
4/20/2010 Crosses the Line

Charles V. Peņa
Nuclear Security Summit: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Philip Giraldi
Dr. Strangelove, Made in Israel

Nebojsa Malic
Boris's Blunder

Ran HaCohen
Israel, a New Decade

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

David R. Henderson
End the Wars

Edouard Husson
The Virtues of Gorbachevism

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