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Pakistan Reopens Afghan Border to NATO
  Blunt US Warnings to Pakistan Prompted by Terrorism Fear
  In the Crosshairs of US Drones
  US 'Angry' at Pakistan’s Nuke Expansion Moves
  US Drone Strike Kills 8 in North Waziristan
Karzai Confirms 'Informal' Contact with Taliban
  Afghan Election Fraud Leaves Results in Doubt
  NATO Defends Afghan Raid That Got Hostage Killed
Israeli Cabinet Passes Loyalty Oath for Non-Jews
  Netanyahu: We'll Extend Freeze if Palestinians Recognize 'Jewish State'
  Transcripts on '73 War, Now Public, Grip Israel
Under US Pressure, Iraqiya Likely to Join Maliki Govt
  In Iraq, Political Negotiation Is a Blood Sport
  Iraqi Police Still Struggle With Insecurity
  Court Acquits Iraqis of Killing Six British Soldiers
Military Suicide Rates Surge
War on Terror Taking Massive Toll on Human Rights
Myanmar Plans to Free 11,000 Prisoners for Vote: Officials
America's Disastrous Policy of Assassination  by Jason Ditz
Injustice in Three Dimensions  by Robert Fisk
Want to Improve US National Security? Cut the Defense Budget  by Lawrence Korb and Laura Conley
War Does Not Produce Prosperity  by Sheldon Richman
His Father's Boy  by Uri Avnery
Blair Reminds Us Why the Natives Revolted  by Rami G. Khouri

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Gates Faces Tough Balancing Act in Asia Defense Talks
Al-Qaeda in North Africa Seen as Key Europe Threat
Currency Rift With China Exposes Lost Clout of US
Israeli Loyalty Oath
MP Tibi: Israel Is a Democracy for Jews, but Not for Arabs
Livni: Loyalty Oath Proposal 'Politics at Its Worst'
Rally Against Loyalty Oath: Israel Becoming Fascist
Netanyahu Tells Cabinet: Democracy Is the Soul of Israel
Mideast Peace Talks
Peres: Alternative to Peace Is Dangerous
Lieberman Slams European Peace Efforts, Citing Hitler
France 'Can't Rule Out' UN Creation of Palestinian State
Shas Party Split on Settlement Freeze Extension
Assad to Abbas: Arab League Shouldn't Have to Sanction Talks
Settlers, Palestinians Clash Over Olive Harvest
Israel Indicts Soldier for Taking State Secrets
Palestinian Dream City Hits Snag From Israel
Israeli Author Grossman Wins German Peace Prize
Palestinians Celebrate Jericho's 10,000th Anniversary
Iran Officials Reject Rebel Group's Claim of Kidnapping Nuclear Scientist
Minister: Iran Frustrates Viral Attack on Nuclear Plant System
Iranian Officials Warn of Unrest Tied to Subsidy Cuts
Hiker Freed by Iran Appeals for Friends' Release
Iraqi Accordance, Iraq Unity Blocs Form New Alliance
Iraq Says It Broke al-Qaeda Bomb Force
Man, Woman Wounded in Fallujah Blast
Three Killed in Attack in Mosul
Sunday: 8 Iraqis Killed, 18 Wounded
Middle East
New Arrest Revealed in Mabhouh Assassination
Lawyers for Turkish Aid Flotilla Victims Appeal to ICC
Jordan Arrests 40 Islamists as Election Campaign Starts
Dutch Antilles
St. Maarten, Curacao Celebrate Increased Autonomy
The War at Home
Northampton (MA) Passes Antiwar Resolution
No Appeal Planned in Ruling Against Ghailani Witness
Syrian Sues After Being Tortured by Both al-Qaeda and United States
Former CIA Chief Says White House Handled European Alert Well
Despite Stature, James L. Jones Was Awkward Fit in Obama White House
Roadside Bombs Kill 7, Including 2 NATO Troops
Probe Launched Into 500 Missing NATO Vehicles
Afghanistan Battles Widespread Mental Health Issues
Documents Raise Questions About Oversight in US-Afghan Murder Case
Afghan-Dyncorp Contract Goes Through
Former Afghan President Heads Peace Council
Pro-Kremlin Kulov Leads Kyrgyz Parliament Vote: Exit Poll
After Vote, Coalition Seems Likely in Kyrgyzstan
Landmark Kyrgyz Election Passes Without Violence
Chinese Nobel Prize Winner's Wife Detained After Meeting Husband
US-China Ties Strained by Dissident
Japan, China Defense Chiefs to Meet Monday: Report
Manila Court Rules Anti-Terror Law Constitutional
A Shared Concern About China Aligns US and Vietnam
Russia & Her Neighbors
Putin's Party Wins Easily in Regional Elections
Europe Seeks to Block Polish Gas Contract With Russia
Libya Warns Sudan's Partition Could Have a Domino Effect
AU Troops Gain More New Somalia Bases
Questions Raised on Congo Slaughter
Rift Endangers Power-Sharing Deal in Zimbabwe

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Six More Years

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Will Militarization of the First Amendment Undermine the Republic?

Kelley B. Vlahos
Study: Vets Are a Massive 'Unfunded Liability'

Charles V. Peña
Better Safe Than Sorry?

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The Flotilla in the Israeli Press

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How Brainy Is Obama?

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