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Rebels Want 'Outside Forces' to Quit Libya
  Libyan Rebel Commander Admits His Fighters Have al-Qaeda Links
  Libya Says It's Ready to Implement a 'Road Map' to Reform
  Libya Rebels Recapture Key Town of Ajdabiya
Obama Under Pressure to Find Exit Strategy
  US May Escalate Urban Strikes in Libya, Pentagon Confirms
  NATO Considers Broader Role in Libya
  NATO Deal Leaves US Still Commanding Libya Strikes
  Obama to Lawmakers: We Won't Kill Gadhafi
Yemen President Now Vows to Stay in Power
  Yemen Tense as Capital Sanaa Sees Huge Rival Rallies
  Cleric Urges Yemeni Protesters to Defy State of Emergency
Gates: Syrian Army Should 'Empower Revolution'

Syrian Troops Open Fire on Protesters in Several Cities

Afghan Official: NATO Airstrike Kills 7 Civilians
  Beginning of the End in Afghanistan
  GOP's Barbour: 'We Need to Step Back in Afghanistan'
Mercenaries 'Loot, Rape, Kill' in Ivory Coast
Govt Backers, Police Attack Jordan Protest, 1 Dead
Sarkozy Threatens Much of Planet With Libya-Style Force
Libya Intervention Threatens the Arab Spring  by Phyllis Bennis
Shock, Awe and Deja Vu in Libya. but What's the Plan, Mr. President?  by Eric Margolis
Obama, Clinton, and Biden Agree: War on Libya Is Unconstitutional  by Michael Tennant
Obama's War of Choice  by Jacob Sullum
The Cost of Libyan Intervention  by Katrina vanden Heuvel
A Tea Party Defense Budget  by William Lind

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WikiLeaks Cable Shows US at Odds With ElBaradei
Muslim Group Takes Lead Role in Post-Mubarak Egypt
Chicago May Be Liable for Busting Antiwar Rally
Anthrax Redux: Did the Feds Nab the Wrong Guy?
Opposition Topples Canadian Government
Timeline: The Evolution of NATO
Protests in Deraa, Damascus, Hama and Homs
Amnesty on Syria: 55 Protesters Believed Killed in Daraa
Little US Can Do to Halt Syria Violence
UN Chief: Syria Must Show Maximum Restraint Over Protests
Bahrain Police Tear Gas Shi'ite Protesters
Elderly Man Dies in 'Day of Rage' Protests in Bahrain
Has Bahrain's Opposition Thrown in the Towel?
Shi'ite-Led Revolt Awakens Bahrain Sunnis
Bahrain Blames 'Foreign Agenda,' Hezbollah for Unrest
Iraq's Maliki Says Bahrain May Ignite Sectarian War
Saleh Vows to Defend Himself by Any Possible Means
Yemen President Suggests Protesters Form Their Own Party
Israel Ready to React With 'Great Force': Netanyahu
Hamas Calls on UN to Halt Israel's Strikes on Gaza
Dan Rather Aide: Crew Harassed by Israeli Security
Barak: No 100% Solution to Rocket Strikes
Israel Has Now Arrested 10% of People of Palestinian Village Who Nonviolently Oppose Occupation
Diplomats: New European Proposal on Mideast Peace
Gates First US Defense Chief to Visit Palestinians
Barak: Iron Dome Missile Defense System to Be Deployed Next Week
Iraq Divided Over Role of Ex-Militants
Iraqis Protest Demanding Better Services, Release of Prisoners
1,000 Protesters in Diyala to Support Bahraini People
Iraqi Air Force Conducts First Solo Hellfire Missile Launch
6 Missiles Land on US, Iraqi Bases in Diwaniya
Attempts on Lives of Iraqi Kurd Reporters: Rights Group
Friday: 5 Iraqis Killed, 31 Wounded
Saudi Arabia
Hundreds of Saudi Shi'ites Protest in East
Saudi Arabia Hands Medvedev 'Message From King'
Jordan PM Warns of Chaos as Protester Dies
Jordanian Riot Police Destroy Protesters' Camp in Amman
Google, Yahoo, Skype Targeted in Possible 'State-Driven' Hack From Iran
Rivals Seek New Inroads Against Venezuela's Chavez
Venezuela Poll: Preferences Split, Many Undecided
US and Mexico Divided on Ambassador's Role
Jamaica PM Says US Officials Harassed His Govt
Arrest Warrants for Honduran Ex-President Dropped
Cuba Economy Minister Replaced, to Focus on Reform
OAS Court: Uruguay Must Drop 'Dirty War' Amnesty
Weekend Reviews
Everything Old Is Neo Again
Unwarranted Influence: Dwight D. Eisenhower and the Military-Industrial Complex
NATO Envisages 90-Day Libya No-Fly Mission
NATO Deal on Libya Doesn't Mean Quick Exit for US
Fear and Secrecy Follow People Out of Gadhafi's Libya
Soaring Food Prices and Gas Station Lines in Oil-Rich Libya Hint at Effects of No-Fly Zone
US, Allies Ponder Arming Libyan Rebels
Fighting's Effect on Libya Civilians Remains Murky
US Fires More Tomahawks on Libyan Defenses
Qatar Becomes 1st Arab State to Join Libya No-Fly Zone
Libya Rebels Show Off Prize Prisoner
Rebels Enter Libyan City of Ajdabiyah
British Planes Bomb Gadhafi Tanks for First Time
Libya and the US
Few Voters Say Libya Key to US Security
Obama Faces Political Storm Over Libya When Congress Returns
President Obama to Give Libya Address in 'Very Near Future'
Congress to Schedule Hearings, Classified Briefing on Libya Action
Obama to Speak to Congressional Leaders on Libya
Freshman Republican: Obama's Timing on Libya 'Intentional'
Sen. Schumer: It's Better if Libyans Oust Gadhafi Themselves
Dennis Kucinich: Impeachment 'Not Going to Happen'
Libya and the World
German Minister Hints at Libya Mission Hypocrisy
Libyan Conflict Tests Turkey's Regional Role
Iran to Send Humanitarian Aid to Libya Refugees
Malians Protest Military Intervention in Libya
Uganda Freezes Libyan Assets Under UN Sanctions
Egyptian Protesters Push for More Political Reforms
Hosni Mubarak's Shadow Still Falls on Much of Egypt
Ivory Coast
UN Resolution Seeks Sanctions Against Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast: One Million Refugees Feared, UNHCR Says
UN Rights Body to Send Inquiry Team to Ivory Coast
Algerian Gas Hub Workers Threaten Hunger Strike
Zimbabwe Prime Minister's Ally Arrested a 2nd Time
African Leaders, Stay Off Facebook: Number of Fans Correlated With Regime Instability
13 Killed, Dozens Abducted in Kurram Attack on Minibus
Karachi Activist Dies as Killings Continue
Two Girls Schools Blown Up in Khyber Agency
Pakistan: Benazir's Killers Arrested, Will Be Made Public Soon
China Activist Jailed for 10 Years Amid Crackdown
Peace Boat Rallies Help for Victims
Cricket Diplomacy: Singh Invites Zardari, Gilani for Mohali Semi-Final
The War at Home
Rep. Holt Remains Skeptical About Conclusions in Anthrax Investigation
Congress Urged to 'Revise' Miranda
US Submarines Show Force Amid Race for Arctic Riches

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Conservatives Challenge Obama Over Libya

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Another Evil Little War

Philip Giraldi
Neocon Foreign Policy

Ivan Eland
Buy Two Wars, Get Another for Half Price

Kelley B. Vlahos
Bin Laden Propagandist Gets First-Rate Appeal

Charles V. Peņa
Nukes for South Korea?

Ran HaCohen
West Bank Neighbors: Chronicles of Death

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

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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