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Growing Conservative Calls to Cut Military Budget
  Dozens of Major Military Contractors Granted Legal and Civil Immunity
  Govt Reports Violations of Limits on Spying Aimed at US Citizens

US Registrar Yanks WikiLeaks Domain

  Has the US Already Secretly Indicted Assange?
  UK Police Expect Assange Arrest 'Within Days'
  Lawyer: Sweden Investigating Assange for Sex Without Condom’s Excuse: WikiLeaks 'Harming People'
Clinton 'Regrets' Trying to Steal UN Chief's Data
  CIA Drew Up UN Spying 'Wishlist' for Diplomats
  WikiLeaks Disclosures Are Leading to Diplomatic Cracks for US
  How US Media Is Dumping on WikiLeaks – and Censoring Disclosures
Karzai Orders Probe After NATO Kills Governor
  Aggressive Tactics Belie US Claims to Protect Civilians in Helmand
  WikiLeaks Cables on Afghanistan Show Monumental Corruption
  WikiLeaks: Afghan VP 'Landed in Dubai With $52 Million in Cash'
  Cables Show Loss of Confidence in Karzai
WikiLeaks Cables: Don't Trust Israel on Iran
  Cable: US Plotted to ‘Exploit’ Venezuela Ties to Iran
SK Defense Nominee Vows Airstrikes on North
Leak: US Behind Airstrike That Killed 21 Children in Yemen
Obama Pushes START Treaty to Top of Legislative Agenda
The (Not So) Secret (Anymore) US War in Pakistan  by Jeremy Scahill
Obama Feigns Sympathy for Anti-TSA Revolt  by Jason Ditz
The Irrelevance of WikiLeaks' Guantánamo Revelations  by Andy Worthington
The Proper Response to WikiLeaks  by Karen Kwiatkowski
NYT Stokes Fear of Iran  by Ray McGovern
Vietnam: The Last Battle  by John Pilger

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German Govt 'Crying Wolf' on Terrorist Attacks
US Embassy: 'Sweden No Longer Neutral'
Report Says War Waning in Muslim World
Army Withholds Results of Probe Into Spying on Antiwar Activists
A Scramble for the Arctic
NATO: 3 Service Members Killed in Afghanistan
WikiLeaks Cables Expose Afghan Contempt for British Military
Foreign Contractors Hired Afghan 'Dancing Boys', WikiLeaks Cable Reveals
UK Forces in Helmand 'Made Mess of Things'
US Army Charged Germany Fees for Afghanistan Donations
Experiment in Afghanistan: Largesse Is Out, Self-Help Is In
Germany Accuses US Over 'Missing' Afghan Funds, WikiLeaks Cables Show
Dispatches Lay Bare Rocky US Relationship With Karzai
US Grenade Killed Aid Worker, British Confirm
FM: Dutch Hostage Freed in Afghanistan
Zardari Told US: 'We Won't Act Without Consulting With You'
US Names Three Pakistanis for Supporting Attacks
South Korea's Lee Slammed as Weak on North Korea
US and Japan Stage Joint Drill Amid Regional Tensions
Clinton: US Will Give Share of Lucrative Fuel Contract to Kyrgyzstan
Russia's Putin Speaks Bluntly of Arms Buildup
Washington Concerned About Berlusconi-Putin Axis
Putin Accused of Giving Berlusconi Cut From Energy Deals
Putin Labels US Embassy Cables 'Slanderous'
Vladimir Putin: Russian Spies Did No Damage to US
WikiLeaks: Russian Mob Laundered $10b With Israeli Assets
US Concerned by Somali Private Military
At Least 5 Killed in Fighting in Somalia's Capital
Sudan: 2 Killed During Darfur Protest
Ivory Coast Poll Winner Named, Army Seals Borders
US Cables: Mexico Drug War Lacks Clear Strategy
US Concerned Over Falklands Military Action
Red Faces in Latin America as WikiLeaks Reveals Foibles
Cables Released by WikiLeaks Reveal US Concerns Over South America
Chavez and Uribe 'Almost Came to Blows' at Summit, Says Cable
Pakistani Wants Apology From Chile for Detention
WikiLeaks Creates Distraction for Iberian-American Summit
Lawyer for WikiLeaks' Assange Denies Warrant Valid
The Man Who Knows Too Much
Forget Policy, Some of This WikiLeaks Stuff Is Great to Read
WikiLeaks Now Storing Files in 'James Bond' Bunker
Congressmen Attack WikiLeaks for Posting Classified Documents
IAEA Boosts Information Security After WikiLeaks
Expert: Pentagon Cybersecurity Changes 'Very Basic, Very Late'
'War on Terror'
UK Overruled on Lebanon Spy Flights From Cyprus, WikiLeaks Cables Reveal
WikiLeaks: Kuwait Wanted Gitmo Detainees to Be 'Killed in Combat'
Harvard Students Challenge TSA
Ahmadinejad Getting Pretty Tired of This Dead Scientist Crap
Iran: Arrests in Attacks on Nuclear Scientists
Iran: IAEA Responsible for Assassination of Nuclear Experts
Iran Plans to Form Cyberpolice to Confront Information Leaks
Iraq Calls for Swift Execution of Terror Suspects Before Trial
Analysts: Cables Between Sunnis, US Diplomats Might Push Iraq Closer to Iran
Ban: US Drawdown in Iraq Affecting UN Ability to Carry Out Operations
Iraq PM Calls on Football Fans to Stop Celebratory Gunfire
MP Congratulates Aswat al-Iraq on Seymour Hersh Award
Baghdad Blasts Wound 12, Including 5 Policemen
Thursday: 10 Iraqis Killed, 22 Wounded
Palestinians: Israel Has Chosen West Bank Settlements Over Peace
Israel Forces Kill Two Palestinians
Erekat: Israel to Blame for 'Collapse' of Peace Talks
Palestinian Delegate to US: Congress Shouldn't Interfere in Mideast Peace Process
Hamas: No al-Qaeda in Gaza but Local Zealots Grow
Middle East
Report: Syrian Spy Chiefs Deployed to Foreign Capitals
Egypt Considering Nuclear Arms if Iran Gets Them
US Military
Somber Ritual as Slain Soldiers Are Returned to US
Army Investigating 8 Sets of Remains Buried in Single Gravesite at Arlington
Disclosure Highlights Special Indemnity With KBR Contract in Iraq in Hexavalent Chromium Exposure Case by Oregon Soldiers

Justin Raimondo
WikiLeaks Exposes Israeli Mafia's Growing Influence

Philip Giraldi
Thirty-Nine Congressmen Can't Be Wrong

Ivan Eland
US Policy Toward the Koreas Is Unrealistic

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

Kelley B. Vlahos
Giving Thanks to Outgoing Sen. Feingold

Nebojsa Malic
Chasing Fukuyama

Charles V. Peña
TSA: Theater Security Administration

Ran HaCohen
The Flotilla in the Israeli Press

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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