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Updated October 28, 2010 - 11:23 PM EDT
Massive US Intel Cost: $80 Billion for 2010
Karzai Backtracks: Delay on Contractor Ban
  NATO Chief Slams Gorbachev's 'Negative' View of Afghan War
  Report: Russian Aid to Afghan War Comes With Conditions
US Missile Strikes in 24 Hours Kill 14 in Pakistan
Pakistani-American Arrested Over DC 'Terror Plot'
US Pressing Yemen for More Attacks on al-Qaeda
Knesset Softens Title of 'US War Crimes' Motion
Senate to Mull Anti-WikiLeaks Law

Has WikiLeaks Landed in Cyberattack Crosshairs?

Can the Government Prosecute WikiLeaks?  by Charles Davis
Israel Is Relieved Not to Be the Only War Criminal  by Gideon Levy
No Justice for Omar Khadr at Guantánamo  by Andy Worthington
United States to Iran: 'Step Aside, Please'  by Malou Innocent
The High Price of Patriotism  by Robert Scheer
Israeli Flotilla Probe a Sham  by Sherine Tadros

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NATO Invites Russia to Join Afghan Fray

Russia's NATO Envoy: We've Been in Afghanistan, We Didn't Like It

Federal Court Rules Details of Secret Prison in Afghanistan Can Remain Secret

Four House GOP Figures Who Could Be Crucial to Foreign Policy

Obama Waiver Allows US Aid to 4 Countries Using Child Soldiers


Hidden Bases, Secret Raids: WikiLeaks Reveals CIA's Iraq Ops

How the Pentagon Aims to Prevent More WikiLeaks Releases

WikiLeaks Ready to Drop a Bombshell on Russia - but Will Russians Get to Read About It?

Julian Assange to Larry King: 'You Should Be Ashamed'


Greece, Russia Urge Iraq Not to Execute Hussein Aide Tariq Aziz

Aziz's Daughter Says Appeal Won't Matter

Baghdad Bomb Kills 2 Outside Sunni Foundation

Sticky Bomb Leaves 4 Casualties in Baghdad

Wednesday: 1 US Soldier, 12 Iraqis Killed; 33 Iraqis Wounded


US Acts Against Alleged Front Companies for Iran

New EU Rules Let Iran Import, Export Oil and Gas, Breaking From US Policy

Iran Exports Gasoline to Iraq, Afghanistan, Armenia

US Preparing New Nuclear Offer for Iran, Officials Say
'War on Terror'

Guantánamo Detainee Given Access to Polish Probe Into CIA Torture

Tearful Memories at Guantánamo War Crimes Trial

France: Bin Laden Warning After Kidnapping

European Officials Broadly Criticize US Airport Security Methods

US Military

Army Announces $17m Suicide Research Effort

Military Wants to Scan Communications to Find Internal Threats


Afghan General Says Kandahar Offensive to End Within Weeks

Bomb Kills NATO Soldier in Afghanistan

Report: Much of Money Awarded to Rebuild Afghanistan Can't Be Tracked

Don't Ignore Our Ways, Say Afghan Tribal Elders

In Icy Tip of Afghanistan, War Seems Remote

South Asia

Three Killed, Nine Injured in Quetta Blast

Former Tamil Rebel Jailed for 290 Years for Assassination Attempt


Israeli Shelling Kills Jihad Militant in Gaza

Republican Victory: More Israel Support, or Isolationism?

Israel Bill Allowing Towns to Reject Arab Residents Gains Ground

Settlers Accuse Govt of Delaying 4,300 West Bank Apartments

Middle East

US Accuses Syria of Destabilizing Lebanon

Drones Spur Yemenis' Distrust of Government and US


Russia Plans Color-Coded Anti-Terror Alerts

Russia Seeks to Limit New NATO Members

Russia Wants Troop Limits in NATO States


China Holds First Live-Fire Joint Drills in Tibet

China's Heir Apparent Tied to Taiwan

Main Communist Paper Appears to Chide Chinese Leader


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Whatever Happened to the Antiwar Movement?

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The Tea Party Disconnect

Ivan Eland
Expand the Role of the Citizen-Soldier Without a Draft

Kelley B. Vlahos
The Pentagon's Mad Men

Nebojsa Malic
At the Crossroads

David R. Henderson
Trudeau's War Measures Act: A Reminiscence

Charles V. Peņa
High Alert Schizophrenia

Ran HaCohen
The Flotilla in the Israeli Press

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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