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Updated January 15, 2011 - 10:04 PM EST
Treas. Dept: No Evidence for WikiLeaks Embargo
  Attorney Argues for GI's Release in Wikileaks Case
Capitol Police Compiling Lists of 'Threats'
  FBI Pays Visit to Blogger as Potential 'Threat'
Iraqi Soldier Kills Two US Soldiers in Mosul
  Sadrists Demand Biden Stay Away From Iraq
  Biden Hints at Longer Stay in Iraq
  Detainees Don Police Uniforms in Iraq Jailbreak, 12 Escape
At Least 24 Killed in New Karachi Violence
  'Pakistan Moving Ahead Methodically on North Waziristan Operation'
President Flees as Tunisia Declares Emergency
  This Is the WikiLeak That Sparked the Tunisian Crisis
  Tunisia's Taste of Internet Freedom
UN Pressured to Rein in Israeli Expansionism, State Violence
Gates: US Needs Troops in Japan to Target China, N. Korea
A CIA Purge in Pakistan  by Ahmed Quraishi
Lebanon in Limbo: A Nation Haunted by Murder  by Robert Fisk
FBI Issues Death Threat in US Citizen Interrogation  by Thomas R. Eddlem
Why WikiLeaks Matters  by Greg Mitchell
Fined for Helping Iraqi Kids  by Bert Sacks
The War on WikiLeaks  by John Pilger

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Uncle Sam's Covert Cousin Wants You
Arms Sales to Georgia? Completely False, Pentagon Says
Homeland Security Cancels 'Virtual Fence' After $1 Billion Is Spent
Ex-CIA Officer Pleads Not Guilty to Leaking Info
Imam Behind NY Mosque Near 9/11 Site Steps Down
Newspaper Gains Access to Leaked Documents Without WikiLeaks Agreement
'War on Terror'
Judge: Alleged UK Terror Gang Face Trial in 2012
Judge to CIA: Ensure No Repeat of Tape Destruction
Police Turn to Drones for Domestic Surveillance
TSA Pays Off in Breast Exposure Suit
Less Snow Coincides With Uptick in Violence This Winter
Seven Civilians Killed by Roadside Bomb in Southern Afghanistan
Taliban 'To Allow Girls Education'
Obama Talks Terrorism, Economy With Zardari
In Pakistan, Gunmen Kill Policewoman and Relatives
India: Forces in Kashmir to Be Cut After Peace
Indian Outcry Over Onion Prices
Gates Warns of Civil-Military Disconnect in China
Clinton Says United States Not Trying to Contain China
Obama, China's Hu Will Try to Smooth Rocky Relations
China Elevates Confucius to Near Mao-Like Status
Gates Insists on North-South Korea Bilateral Talks
Gates Reaffirms US Support for South Korea
North Korea Spy Jailed for Assassination Bid in South Korea
UN Peace Mission to Nepal Ends After 4 Years
In Otherwise Tolerant Malaysia, Shi'ites Are Banned
IAEA Seeks Myanmar's Permission for Nuke Inspectors to Visit
Kazakhstan's President Given Green Light to Rule for Third Decade
Colombian Prosecutor General: Paramilitaries Committed 173,183 Homicides
Venezuela Demands Colombian Soap Opera Be Taken Off the Air
Obama to Ease Travel Restrictions to Cuba, Allow More US Cash to Island
US Military
Report: Women Should Be Allowed in Combat Units
Ex-Army Translator Acquitted of Being Spy
Air Force to Train Drones Over NY Adirondacks
Marine Dies as Amphibious Vehicle Sinks Off Calif.
Weekend Reviews
The Complex
Buddhists at War
Phil Ochs: There but for Fortune
Cutting the Fuse: The Explosion of Global Suicide Terrorism and How to Stop It
Netanyahu Forbids Demolition of Illegal West Bank Homes of Slain IDF Soldiers
Israel Apologizes for Strip Search of Arab Reporter
Jerusalem Opens Muslim Quarter Jewish Site to Prayer, Upsetting Status Quo
Mitt Romney Meets With Netanyahu in Israel
Poll: Jerusalem Palestinians Prefer Israeli Papers
Lebanon Set for Showdown Over PM Post
For Hezbollah, Claiming Victory Could Be Costly
Hariri: No Alternative to Dialogue
White House Condemns Hezbollah for Quitting Govt Coalition
In Lebanon, Crisis Is a Way of Life
Former Lebanese Security Boss Seeks Evidence in Hariri Case
Iraqis in Sadr Stronghold Protest Biden
Anti-American Cleric Meets With Iraqi President
Iraq Tourism Hangs in Balance at Babylon
Friday: 2 Iraqis Killed, 1 Wounded
Iran's Nuke Tour Without Major Powers, Key Allies
Iran Ready for Confidence-Building Steps in Nuclear Talks
Belarus Accuses Poland and Germany of Takeover Plot
Car Bomb Kills at Least Four in Russia's Dagestan
Book Details German Citizens' Role in End of War Killings
Spain Ends Militarization of Air Space
Book Accuses US and Swiss of Nuclear Cover-Up
Tunisia: The First WikiLeaks Revolution?
Joy as Tunisian President Flees Offers Lesson to Arab Leaders
Saudi State Press Agency Says Ousted Tunisian President Has Arrived in the Kingdom
Tunisia PM Pledges Calm, Coalition Talks as President Flees
US Consultant Drops Tunisia as Client, Citing Civil Rights Abuses
Arab Activists Hope Tunisia Uprising Brings Change
Sudan: Ruling Party Ready for South's Independence
North Sudan Ruling Party Says South Vote 'Broadly Fair'
Caught in Sudan's Middle, Abyei Worries About War
Toll in Ivory Coast Rises to 247 Dead
Algeria Vows to Punish Protesters
Gambia: US Embassy Holds Lectures on Africom

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Damage Control in the Balkans

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Lt. Col Shaffer vs. the Pentagon

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A Look on the Wild Side

Ivan Eland
Don't Expect Iraq to End Like Sudan

Ran HaCohen
Racism, Rabbinical and Otherwise

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Adm. Mullen's Spinning vs. Prof. Hayek's Insight

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TSA: Theater Security Administration

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