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Updated May 22, 2010 - 11:25 PM EDT
New UK Govt Wants Out of Afghanistan ASAP
  US Troops Kill 12 Afghans South of Kabul
  Court: US Detainees at Bagram Don't Have Rights
  Afghanistan and Taliban Deny Formal Talks in Maldives
  Marjah Residents Flee Unrest
Iran to Go Ahead With Turkey Atom Fuel Swap
  Israel Impatient With Int'l Effort to Thwart Iran's Nuclear Ambition
Palestinians Offer Large Land Concessions
  Qatar's Offer to Help Rebuild Gaza Is Snubbed by Netanyahu
Iran Reportedly Backing Maliki for Iraq PM
  Friday: 56 Iraqis Killed, 158 Wounded
Probe: German-Made Torpedo Sank S. Korea Ship
  Clinton Vows 'Consequences' Against North Korea
  Questions Surface Over North Korea's Sub Fleet After Warship Sinking
Pakistan Arrests Army Major, Embassy Caterer Over NYC Plot
  US Drone Strike Kills Ten in NW Pakistan
  In Violent Karachi, Pakistani Insurgency Finds a Haven and a Forge
Britain's Role in War on Terror Under New Scrutiny
Darfur Rebels Say They Killed 200 Troops, Sudan Denies Toll
We Can Live With Nuclear Iran  by Larry Derfner
The Pakistan Mess: Return of the Ugly American  by Saul Landau
A Flawed and Dangerous US Missile Defense Plan  by George N. Lewis and Theodore A. Postol
Dirty Linen Gets Intel Chief Fired  by Ray McGovern
Politicizing Miranda  by Adam Serwer
Recrossing the Rubicon  by Patrick Foy

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Thai PM Offers Olive Branch to Red Shirts
Israel, Palestine: Where Commemorations Are Split
Britain to Hold Inquiry Into Torture Complaints
Japan, US Stress Tight Ties Despite Airbase Feud
Your Children Could Be Terrorists
Mexico's Calderón Tells Congress He Needs US Help in Fighting Drug Wars
US Slams Blasphemous Facebook Images
Moscow Makes Gains in Iran Deal as US Lifts Sanctions Against Russia
Turkey Says Nuclear Deal With Iran Chance at Peace
Iran Presses Opposition With Attacks and Jail Time
Iran Letter to Inform IAEA on Declaration
Brazil's Diplomacy on Iran Points to Larger Ambitions
American Held in Iran Speaks About Prison; 3 Visit With Mothers
Moms Leave Iran, but Jailed Americans Not Freed
Iraqis Demand Answers in Deaths of 6 Detainees Who Died During Transport
Two Iranians Freed in Iraq: Embassy
In Baghdad Ruins, Remains of a Cultural Bridge
Friday: 56 Iraqis Killed, 158 Wounded
Israel Prepares to Stop Gaza Aid Ships
Two Gaza Gunmen Killed 'After Infiltrating Israel'
Police Interrogators Tortured Suspected Israeli Arab Spy, Say Lawyers
Israeli Soldier Shoots Camel Belonging to Bedouin
Israeli Soldier Hurt on Gaza Border
Israel Bombs Three Gaza 'Tunnels,' Responding to Rocket Fire
Al-Qaeda in Yemen Announces Terror Leader Killed
Yemen President Grants Amnesty to Rebels, Separatists
German FM Says Dialogue With Syria Is Crucial for Peace Talks
Hezbollah Inaugurates Museum
Weekend Reviews
Can a Christian Kill for His Government?
The Politics of Hunger: The Allied Blockade of Germany, 1915-1919
A Classic Moral Theory and a War
The Banquo's Ghost of Israeli Foreign Policy
Hollywood Film on Plame/CIA Leak Case Debuts
Palestinian and Israeli Public Opinion: The Public Imperative in the Second Intifada
Palestinian Politics After Arafat
In Kandahar, the Taliban Targets and Assassinates Those Who Support US Efforts
Bloody Attacks Against Hazaras Force Thousands to Flee
Taliban Birthplace Major Focus of Afghan Offensive
British Troops in Afghanistan Put Under US Command
US Soldiers Face Probe Into Afghan Civilian Deaths
Report: Taliban Blow Up Two Alleged US Spies With Explosives
No Survivors Found at Afghan Airline Crash Site
Pakistan Says 34 Taliban Killed in Orakzai Operation
Pakistan Spy Agency: Militants May Target NATO Supply Depots
Pakistan Defense Budget to Be Raised by 31% in 2010-11
Internet Blockade in Pakistan Continues
Facebook Page That Led to Pakistani Ban Removed
Five Minor Blasts in Lahore; No Casualties Occurred
South Korea Calls for Cautious Response to Ship Sinking
Clinton Looks for China Backing on North Korea
Clinton: Sinking Also Threat to Japan

US, Japan Condemn North Korea Over Ship Sinking

  South Korea Holds Emergency Security Meeting
UN Command to Launch South Korea Warship Sinking Probe
Nepal's Maoists Plan More Protests
China Aims to Stifle Tibet's Photocopiers
Rights Group Says Ugandan Rebels Kill 96 This Year in Congo
South Sudan President Sworn In; Secession Referendum Is Next
'War on Terror'
James R. Clapper Jr. Is the Leading Candidate for National Intelligence Position
Former DIA Analysts Rip Clapper's Leadership
Dispute Over France Was Factor in Intelligence Rift
Madrid Airport Bombers Given 1,000-Year Sentences
Gov. Quinn: Gitmo Detainees in Illinois 'Less Likely'

Justin Raimondo
Attack of the Cyborg Insects

Philip Giraldi
Shaping the Story on Iran

Ivan Eland
Defending Everything Is Defending Nothing

Kelley B. Vlahos
President Petraeus?

Nebojsa Malic
Butchery at Wakefield Prison

Ran HaCohen
From Two States to One

Charles V. Peña
Weapons of Mass Destruction???

David R. Henderson
On 'Collateral Murder' and Stephen Colbert

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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