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US Intel Chief: Gadhafi to Win Without Intervention
  US Officials Are at Odds Over Libya Outcome
  US Edges Towards Libyan Rebel Recognition
  West Heads Divided Into Pivotal Libya Crisis Talks
  French Calls to Attack Libya Meet With EU Opposition
  US, NATO Say They Lack Authority to Impose Libya No-Fly Zone
Rebel Towns Fall Under Libya Counter-Offensive
  Gadhafi Forces Retake Key City of Zawiya
  Libya Plans Full Offensive Against Rebels: Gadhafi Son
Saudi Forces Quell 'Day of Rage' Protests
  Friday Another 'Day of Rage' Across Mideast
  Saudi Forces Fire on Protesters in Qatif
  Yemeni President Vows New Constitution, Referendum by Year's End
  Bahrain Prepares for March, Sectarian Clash Erupts
NATO Kills Karzai's Cousin in Botched Raid
  Afghan Villagers Say Police Killed 5 Civilians
  Pentagon's Quiet Shift on Afghan War: Safe Havens Aren't Crucial
Tears, Shouts as Terror Hearing Turns Political
  Watchdog: TSA 'Cooked' Data on Airport Security
Interrogator in Assange Case Friend of WikiLeaks Accuser
A No-Fly Zone in Libya Would Mean War in Libya  by Timothy P. Carney
How's That Population-Centric COIN Going?  by Kelley Vlahos
America's 'Aimless Absurdity' in Afghanistan  by Malou Innocent
Stay Out of Libya  by Steve Chapman
The Embarrassments of Empire  by David Bromwich and Tom Engelhardt
Rage Against the House of Saud  by Pepe Escobar

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Knesset Committee to Hold Meeting on J Street Activities
Congressional Resolution Seeks to Freeze US Aid to Pakistan
Graham Wants Intel Chief Gone After He Claims Russia, China Pose 'Mortal' Threat
Senate Panel Approves PATRIOT Act Extensions
Lawmaker Inspects Secret Camp, Mostly Mum
Aussie PM: US Must Be at Center of New World Order

Muslim 'Extremism' Hearings

King: 'Rage and Hysteria' Over Hearing Unwarranted
Rep. Peter King's Muslim Hearing: Plenty of Drama, Less Substance
Analysis: 1 in 5 Terror Cases Started With Tips From Muslims
Terror Hearing Puts Lawmakers in Harsh Light
'War on Terror'
Senators Push Tough Law on Guantanamo Detainees
'Jihad Jane' Codefendant Pleads Guilty to Terrorism Charge
Reid Defends FBI Spending to Monitor 'Hate Groups'
US to Put Military Radar on Canada Border: Senators
TSA Revises Estimates on Using Private Airport Security Screeners
Group Says Body Scanners an 'Unreasonable Search'
Meet Protest Demands or Go, Deputy Tells Iraq Leader
Iraqi PM Defends Performance in Wake of Protests
Detained Iraqi Protesters Risk Torture
Parliament Condemns Iraqi Physician Death by US Fire
Rebuilt Iraq Mosque Buoys Spirits, but New Sectarian Splits Loom
MP Suhail Quits Maliki's Bloc
Maliki Invites South Korean Companies to Invest in Iraq
Feds Upset Iraqi Spy Has Won 9 Reprieves to Prison Term
Gunmen Kill 6 in Failed Robbery Attempt
2 Civilians Killed in Eastern Fallujah
Thursday: 8 Iraqis Killed, 19 Wounded
Israel: Iranian Experts Operating in Gaza
Netanyahu Invites Extreme Right-Wing Politicians to Join Coalition
Bedouin Reject Compensation Offer, Accusing Israel of Land Grab
Israeli Settlers Threaten Western Diplomats
Call for 'Third Intifada' by Palestinians on Internet
Poll Finds 83% of Likud Members Oppose Any Deals With Palestinians
Gaza's Hamas Ruler Reshuffles Cabinet
Israel Accused of Abducting Palestinian in Ukraine
Saudi Arabia
Nervous Saudis Ponder Whether to Join Protests
Saudi Expectations High Before Friday's 'Day of Rage' Protests
Saudis Pessimistic Their Day of Rage Will Bring Change
Ahead of Protests, Experts Say Saudi Turmoil Unlikely
Signs of Dissent Becoming More Visible Among Youth in Saudi Arabia
Bahrain Rifts Deepen as Protests Forge Ahead
Bahrain MPs Warn Against 'Illegal' Rallies
Sectarian Clashes at Bahrain School
A World Away From Manama
Syrian MP Calls for Review of Harsh Emergency Laws
Echoes of Egyptian Woes in Syria's Parched Farmlands
3 Syrians Missing After Protest Call in Lebanon
Missing Lebanese Shiite Leader Al-Sadr 'Still Alive'

Iran's Response to Middle East Protests Is Muted

Iran Continues Enrichment Under IAEA Supervision
Middle East
Jordan's Islamist Opposition Rejects Dialogue
Analysis: Calls for Reform Rattle Stagnant Kuwait
Gulf States Launch $20 Bln Fund for Oman and Bahrain
New Turkish Satellite Could Publish Uncensored Images of Israel
Mexican Senate Angry at Reports US Let Guns South
Colombian Ex-Paramilitaries Get 30 Years for Massacre
Guyana Police Instructor Accused of Raping Recruit
The War at Home
Manning's Dad Protests Conditions of Son's Incarceration, New Legal Filing Complains Conditions Unjust
Afghan Vet Claims to Be Prophet, Shoots Parents
Navy Contractor Sentenced for Selling Improperly Treated Submarine Metal
Libya at War
Gadhafi Tanks, Jets Strike Deeper Into Rebel Heartland
Rebels Flee Ras Lanuf Under Rain of Rockets
Mosque in Ruins Amid Twisted Wreckage of Zawiya
How Opposing Sides in Libya Are Armed
Libya Blamed for TV 'Sabotage'
As Gasoline Soars, Libyan Rebels Pay 46 Cents a Gallon
Key Figures in Libya's Rebel Council
Qaddafi Reaches Into Schools but Some Youths Elude His Grasp
ENI's Libyan Oil Production Near Complete Halt
Iraqi Journalist Missing in Libya
Report: Brazilian Journalist Freed in Libya
Guardian Journalist Among Two Held by Gadhafi Authorities
Libya and the US
Clinton Will Meet Libyan Opposition Leaders
White House: Gadhafi Isolated, to Send Aid Teams to Libya
US Escalates Pressure on Libya Amid Mixed Signals
US Wants Active Arab, African Participation in Libya Response
Libyan No-Fly Zone Primer: Fighter Pilot Ganyard Explains
S&P Cuts and Suspends Libya Ratings
Libya and the World
France First Country to Recognize Libya Opposition
France Has Clearly Not Learnt Lesson of History
David Cameron Hints at Support for Air Strikes Against Gadhafi
Malta Refuses Libyan Help Request Ahead of EU Summit
More Than 250,000 Flee Libya
US, Europe Pressure Libya but Ease Off Militarily
NATO to Weigh in on Libya Plan
Sarkozy, Cameron Urge EU to Draw Plans to Aid Anti-Gadhafi Rebellion
Libya Frees Dutch Marines, to Leave on Greek Plane
UN Envoys to Plan Visit Tripoli Soon
Libyan Representative to Meet With Greek Official in Athens
Russia Announces Ban on Arms Sales to Libya
Libyan Strife Exposes China's Risks in Global Quest for Oil
Germany Freezes Gadhafi's Accounts
Syria Opposes Foreign Intervention in Libyan Uprising
Egypt's Leaders Seek Police Force's Speedy Return to Duty
Top US Lawmakers Unveil Aid Plan for Egypt, Tunisia
Ivory Coast
450,000 Flee Ivory Coast Conflict, Aid Agencies Say
Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo Bans UN and French Flights
Ivory Coast's Ouattara Says AU Panel Confirms He Won
Zimbabwe Prime Minister Wants Out of Coalition
Police Arrest Zimbabwe's Energy Minister
Sudan Army, Darfur Rebel Clash Kills 17
US Warns of Possible Imminent Terrorist Attack on American Interests in Mali Capital
Tunisians Make Most of Revolutionary Economic Opportunities
Report: Angolan Govt Intimidates to Prevent March
Algeria's Ex-Islamist Leader Moved to 'Safe Place'
PM: Somali Islamists Could Grab Tankers for Attacks
Madagascar Government Resigns in First Step of Transitional Roadmap
Australian Troops to Stay in Afghanistan
Afghanistan Expects NATO to Endorse Transition
Clinton: US Will Keep Helping Afghan Women
4 Afghans Lose Ears to Taliban Because of Development Project Jobs
Dalai Lama to Give Up Political Role in Tibet
Azerbaijan Clamps Down on Protesters Ahead of Rally
Pakistan's Debate on Drones, Lifting the Secrecy
US Removes Diplomat Over Comments Angering Japan
Japan's New FM Pledges to Improve Ties With China
In Moscow, Biden Gets Specific on Corruption

Justin Raimondo
The Return of the Witch-Hunters

Philip Giraldi
The J Street Scam

Ivan Eland
A Superpower Needs to Emulate an Economic Superhero

Kelley B. Vlahos
Iraqi Protests Make Washington Squirm

Nebojsa Malic
Riding the Sandstorm

Ran HaCohen
Barak Unmasked

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

Charles V. Peņa
TSA: Theater Security Administration

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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