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Updated November 24, 2010 - 11:22 PM EST
South Korea Vows 'Enormous Retaliation'
  US Vows to Defend South Korea in Potential Clash

North Korea Says South Korea Fired First

US: Afghan Violence at All-Time High

  Karzai Claims 'Taliban Impostor' Story a Lie
  After 'Impostor' Fiasco, Where Do Afghan Reconciliation Talks Stand?

Aid Groups Seek Safety Pacts With Taliban

Yemen Suicide Car Bomber Kills 23 Shi'ites
Iraq MP Slams Offers of Asylum for Iraqi Christians
14 Killed as Pakistani Military Announces New Offensive
US Should Leave Iraq Before It Blows Up Again  by Jason Ditz
A Terrible Time for NATO Expansion  by Daniel Larison
The Specter of Defeat Haunts Lisbon  by Eric Margolis
Petraeus's Two Campaigns  by Tom Engelhardt
Scammed in Afghanistan  by Juan Cole
War News Unfit for Print  by Andrew Oxford

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UN Remains Deadlocked on Defining Terrorism
Coalition of 45 Groups Seeks Investigation of FBI Over Peace Activist Raids

US Nuclear Scientist Warns Against Hyping N. Korea Threat

Israeli FM: North Korea Thing Something to Do With Iran

GOP Senator Cites New Intel, Won't Back START

Legendary CIA Agent Ames to Get Full Biography, 30 Years After Bombing Death
Koreas Clash

South Korea Considers Return of US Nukes

US Sees Diplomatic, Not Military Response to Korea

North Korea Relies on China but Resists Advice

Treasuries Rise on Jitters Over Korea Showdown

President Obama: North Korea Poses a 'Serious and Ongoing Threat'

Japan on High Alert Following North Korea's Attack


Iraqi Journalist Shot Dead

Tuesday: 12 Iraqis Killed, 11 Wounded


UN Nuke Agency: Iran Enrichment Temporarily Halted

Iran: Computer Worm Didn't Harm Nuclear Program

IAEA Submits Iran Report to Board

Ahmadinejad Adviser: US Sanctions Against Iran Failed

Transcript of Interview With Ahmadinejad Adviser Mojtaba Samareh Hashemi
'War on Terror'

Belgium: 11 Detained in 3-Nation Anti-Terror Sweep

Canadian Intel Accused of Spying on Toronto Mosques

No Bomb Found at Boston Airport After Evacuation

The War at Home

Judge Sends 2 'Torture School' Protesters to Prison

Sergeant Charged With Role in Suicide of Airman

Number of Army Suicides Already Surpasses 2009 Total


Petraeus Not Surprised About Taliban Impersonator

Senior Afghan Election Officials Suspended

Karzai: NATO Military Assistance to Afghan Forces 'Not Enough'


Petraeus: NATO to Squeeze the Life Out of Taliban

NATO Violates Pakistan's Airspace Again

Around 20 Germans Said Training as Terrorists in Pakistan


Troops Kill Nine Insurgents in Central India

India to Deploy 36,000 Extra Troops on Chinese Border


Abbas Slams Israel Referendum Bill

A New Way to Embitter Palestinian Lives

Palestinians Evicted From East Jerusalem Home

Gaza: A Love That Knows No Boundaries


Russian Secret Squad Killed Red Cross Staff in Chechnya

Serbia's Hunt for Mladic Still 'Problematic,' Draft UN Report Says

Alleged Jihadist Wanted by FBI Lives Openly in Kosovo

30 Tons of Shells Found: French Village Evacuated to Clear German WWI Munitions Depot

Justin Raimondo
Korean Conundrum: Is There a Way Out?

Ivan Eland
New START Is Worthy, but Let's Not Violate the Constitution to Save It

Kelley B. Vlahos
Giving Thanks to Outgoing Sen. Feingold

Nebojsa Malic
Chasing Fukuyama

Philip Giraldi
Liar, Liar

Charles V. Peņa
TSA: Theater Security Administration

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

Ran HaCohen
The Flotilla in the Israeli Press

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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