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Updated November 30, 2010 - 11:26 PM EST
Clinton: WikiLeaks 'An Attack on the World'
  US: Saudi Donors 'Chief Financiers' of al-Qaeda
  UN Chief to US: Don't Steal My Credit Card
  Election Panic: US Feared Rise of German FM Westerwelle
  Prince Andrew: UK, US, Western Europe Back in the Great Game
WikiLeaks: Hawks Claim Vindication on Iran
  Iranian Nuclear Scientist Killed, Another Injured in Tehran Bombings
  Leak: US-Israeli Strategy for Iran Regime Change

Pentagon Downplays 2014 Afghan War Deadline

  Afghan Police Officer Kills Six NATO Troops
Pakistani Threatens to Sue CIA Over Drone Killings
S. Korea: China Resigned to Collapse of North
Congresswoman Harman's Afghan Delusions  by Bruce Fein
Mutiny Is in Order at The Nation  by John V. Walsh
The Nation Posts a Narrow Apology. And Publishes Another Error.  by Radley Balko
Frisking the Founding Fathers  by Michael Scheuer
Memo to Tea Party Senators  by Winslow T. Wheeler
WikiLeaks: Demystifying 'Diplomacy'  by Norman Solomon

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Assange: Documents Target 'Lying, Corrupt and Murderous Leadership'

Washington Insiders Fret Over WikiLeaks Dump

US Not Ruling Out Legal Action Against WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks Confirms Presence of US Nuclear Arms in Netherlands

Airport Chief Says TSA Must Go

Yossi Melman: Mossad, MI6, the CIA and the Case of the Assassinated Scientist

Tokyo Sought Out Bonn on Going Nuclear in '69

Pakistan Forcing Taliban Militants to Keep Fighting, Karzai Says in Leaked Cable

Karzai's Brother Corrupt Drugs Baron, WikiLeaks Cables Say

Afghanistan Reacts Mildly to WikiLeaks Cables

Roadside Bombings in Afghanistan Drop, NATO Says

Canada Slammed for Afghan Child Prisoner Handover

In Afghanistan, Hoping to Avoid Bombs and Win Minds

In Afghanistan, Quick Rescue Saved Wounded Photographer


The Cost of Security for Americans Who Stay in Iraq When Troops Leave Will Be High

Iraqi Official Says French Embassy Attack Thwarted

More Than 500 Iraqi Christian Families Flee to Kurdish North

On Iraqi Television, Crying Out for the Missing

Iraqi Citizens Foil Second Attack on Christian Family in Mosul

Iraq Court Gives Tariq Aziz New 10 Year Sentence

Monday: 13 Iraqis Killed, 33 Wounded


Attack on Iranian Nuclear Scientists Prompts Hit Squad Claims

Iran Blames Israel After Nuclear Scientist Killed

Wounded Iran Nuclear Scientist Named in UN List

Iran Condemns Leaks on Arab Calls for Attack

In Cables, a More Nuanced US View of Iran in Iraq

US Memos: Iran Armed Hezbollah Through Ambulances

Iran: More Countries May Join P5+1 Talks

American Prisoners in Iran Call Families in US

'War on Terror'

Airports Can Opt Out of TSA , but Not Its Procedures

WikiLeaks: Saudi King Wanted Gitmo Detainees Microchipped

WikiLeaks: Haggling Over Guantánamo Detainees

Ore. Terror Suspect Indicted in Car Bomb Plot

Al-Qaeda's Yemen Affiliate Spreading Its Reach for Recruits, Targets

In Terrorism Stings, Questions of Entrapment

The War at Home
CIA Allegedly Implanted Electrodes in Brains of Unsuspecting Soldiers

Judge Blocks Oklahoma's Ban on Using Sharia Law in Court

Gates Seeking to Contain Military Health Costs

Bolton Confirms 2012 Presidential Interest

Democrats Press Republicans on START Ratification


UN: Congo Army Behind Instability, Smuggling

10 People Killed in Mogadishu Clashes

Rwanda Veterans: Living With Genocide

WikiLeaks Disclosures Reveal US Praise and Criticism for Mugabe's Rivals

Candidates Cry Fraud in Haitian Electoral Crisis

Monitors Say Haiti Vote Fraud Not Massive

2,416 Colombia Embassy Cables Leaked


Obama Aide Condemns WikiLeaks; Obama Orders Review

Foreign Governments Blast WikiLeaks Revelations While Denying Their Importance

WikiLeaks Is Threatening National Security, Says Downing Street

WikiLeaks: US Official Compiled Dossiers on UK Politicians' Private Lives

WikiLeaks Disclosure Condemned by House Republican

A Compilation of Reactions to the WikiLeaks Cables
WikiLeaks Spurned New York Times, but Guardian Leaked State Department Cables

Human Rights Groups Fearful Over WikiLeaks Releases

Iran Calls Leaked Documents a US Plot

Trouble for WikiLeaks?

Holder Says WikiLeaks Under Criminal Investigation

No Aussie Safe Haven for WikiLeaks Founder

Australian Police Investigate WikiLeaks Founder

Assange Could Be Charged Under Espionage Act

Sen. Lieberman Doubts WikiLeaks Is a Terrorist Organization

WikiLeaks Says Was Denial-Of-Service Attack Victim

Ecuador Offers Wikileaks Founder Assange Residency, No Questions Asked

US State Department: Israel Is Not a Tolerant Society

Israeli PM: Release of Memos Could Hurt Diplomacy

WikiLeaks Blows Cover Off Israel's Covert Gulf States Ties

WikiLeaks Cable: Russian Leadership Viewed Lieberman as 'One of Its Own'

Palestinians Say WikiLeaks Documents Are Proof of Transparency

US Consulate Mistakenly Sells Secret Files in Jerusalem

Israel Names Iran Expert as New Mossad Chief

Aid Groups Attack Blockade on Gaza


Leaked Cables Depict a World Guessing About North Korea

South Korean Leader Vows Consequences for North's Attack

UN Studying North Korea Sanctions

Signs of Diplomacy in North Korea Crisis

South Korea Cancels New Artillery Drill on Tense Island

Koreas' Sea Border Area Seen as a Recipe for War

Japan Eyeing Summit With South Korea Next Month


Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood 'Faces Heavy Poll Losses'

Landslide Vote Was a Fraud, Says Egyptian Opposition

Egypt's Winners and Losers


Blast Rocks Kyrgyz Capital

Gunbattle Breaks Out in Kyrgyz South

In Other News

Damning WikiLeaks Secrets Threaten Pakistan-Saudi Relations

Germany: US Relations Unharmed by WikiLeaks Disclosures

5 Rebels, 1 Policeman Killed in Indian Kashmir

Beaten Reporter: Russian Media Freedom Shrinking


Justin Raimondo
The Big Dump

David R. Henderson
Adm. Mullen's Spinning vs. Prof. Hayek's Insight

Philip Giraldi
Who Voted for More War?

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

Charles V. Peņa
TSA: Theater Security Administration

Ran HaCohen
The Flotilla in the Israeli Press

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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