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Obama Gives Ultimatum to Gadhafi
  Libya Declares Cease-Fire, but Violence Rages
  Administration Spells Out War Plan for Libya
  Obama: Gadhafi Must Restore Phone Service or Face Attack
  France, Britain Scramble to Attack Libya
  Qatar, UAE to Join Libya Air Strikes
  Clinton: UN No-Fly Zone Requires Bombing Libya
  Libya: We Will Hit Civilian Targets in Response to Foreign Attack
40 Killed as Yemen Forces Attack Protesters
  More Tribes Join Yemen Protesters Amid Crackdown
Pakistan Demands Apology for US Drone Strike
  US Drone Kills 41 at Pakistan Tribal Meeting
  CIA Faces Reduced Role in Pakistan After Murder Row
  Report: Davis 'Blood Money Was Paid by Saudi Arabia'
UN Reported Fraction of Afghan Civilian Deaths
  House Nixes Bid for Afghan Troop Withdrawal
  Petraeus: Afghan Pullout Vote Would Give Osama the Victory
Bahrain Arrests Protest Leaders as Crackdowns Continue
  Bahrain Police Shoot Protesters With Hunting Rifles
  Saudi Response Reveals Fear That Sunni Power Is Fading
  As Bahrain Arrests Opposition Leaders, No One Left for Dialogue
Netanyahu: Palestinian Unity Govt Would Kill Peace Process
Libya's Lesson for Europe  by Doug Bandow
Taking the 'War' Out of Air War  by Tom Engelhardt
The Rising Irrelevance of Obama  by Patrick J. Buchanan
The Raj Strikes Back  by Daniel McCarthy
The Sum of All Fears  by Michael Scheuer
Let Libya's Neighbors Fix It  by Leslie H. Gelb

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National Review Editor Defends Bradley Manning
House Roll-Call Vote on Afghanistan Withdrawal
Bullets Stall Youthful Push for Arab Spring
Arab Uprisings Cast Harsh Light on CIA Relationships
Story of Israel's Hand in Sudan Division
Rangel Reintroduces Measure to Impose a Draft
DoD: Don't Rule Out Civilian Trials of Detainees
In Lugar Warning, Echoes of Obama
Bahrain Unleashes Assault Against Protesters' Camp in Capital
Curfew in Bahrain Capital After Security Clears Protesters From Pearl Square
Bahrain Says Iran Complaints Harm Gulf Security
Crackdown: Why Bahrain's Military Has Taken Over a Hospital
Amnesty International Criticises Bahrain Over 'Excessive Force'
Iraqis Eyeing Bahrain Protests With Anger, Caution
Iraq's President Expresses Support for Demonstrators Demands in Sulaimaniyah
Homemade Bombs Kill Four in Iraq
Bomb Wounds 3 Civilians in Central Baghdad
Iraq's Aziz Gets Life Sentence Over Shiite Murders
Gaza Protesters Leave UN Compound
Palestinian 'Price Tag' Victim Recounts Attack
Gaza: Police Detain Protester and 2 Cameramen
UK Urges Israel to Return to Peace Talks
Lebanon Army Says Israel Spy Device Discovered Near Border
Political Party Sues Researchers Whose Human Rights Report Alleged Torture
Turks Cast Leery Eye on Israel
Kadyrov's Rule Inspires Fear in Chechnya
Belarus: Human Rights Activist Expelled
A Roguish Candidate Taps Haitians' Discontent
Haiti Braces for Deposed President Aristide's Return as Election Nears
Mexico's Calderon Wants US Ambassador Out
Guatemalans Sue United States for 1940s STD Inoculations
The War at Home
New Bill Would Limit Miranda Rights for Foreigners Arrested as Terror Suspects
Congress Asks to Review DoD and NSA Contracts With Company Hacked by 'Anonymous'
Libya Govt Forces Bomb Rebel-Held Benghazi
Gadhafi Vows to Retake East, 'No Mercy' to Rebels
Libya Rebel Tanks Repel Attack in Ajdabiya
Italy to Make Bases Available for Libya No-Fly Zone
Germany Won't Send Forces to Libya, Foreign Minister Declares
Canada Sending F-18's to Help Enforce UN Resolution on Libya
Gadhafi Confident of 'Finishing the Job' in 48 Hours
Libyan Rebel Head Defiant After Gadhafi Threat
Two Benghazi Tribes Support Gadhafi: Libyan TV
Blind Libya Cleric a Voice of Revolt
Turkey's PM Tells Gadhafi to Name a Popular President
Tom Lantos Played Key Role in US-Libya Relations
Complaints of Abuse in Egyptian Army Custody
Egypt Protesters Find Unity Difficult to Maintain
Egypt Releases Brother of Al Qaeda's No. 2
South Sudan: Media Fights for Free Press in New Nation
Sudan: UN Civilian Protection Officials Voice Alarm Over Violence in Abyei
Somalia: Puntland Drops Deal With Mercenary Firm
Drones Celebrate Raymond Release by Killing 41
Pakistan Army Chief Condemns US Drone Attack
Petraeu: US, Pakistan to Move Beyond Tensions Over Davis
Police Thrash College Teachers in Karachi, 50 Detained
India Government Bribed Lawmakers to Win Vote
Publication of WikiLeaks Cable Leads to Calls for Indian Prime Minister's Resignation
State Department Axes Guard Firm for Kabul Embassy
US Military
Rep. Young: Should Be More Pay for Troops Who Lose Genitals
Audit: Pentagon Overpaid Oilman by Up to $200 Million
Pentagon Buys Social Networking 'Spy Software'
Pentagon Reports Slight Decline in Sexual Assaults

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The Benghazi Bubble

Charles V. Peņa
Nukes for South Korea?

Philip Giraldi
A Farewell Address

Ivan Eland
Another Imperial Quagmire?

Ran HaCohen
West Bank Neighbors: Chronicles of Death

Kelley B. Vlahos
Prisoner Isolation, From Jefferson Davis to Bradley Manning

Nebojsa Malic
Riding the Sandstorm

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

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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