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Gates: Libya War Not a Vital US Interest
  Obama's Monday Mission: Sell Americans on Libyan War
  Gates and Clinton Say Libya May Last Awhile
  US Forces in Libya: Less Ships, More Planes
  Libya Says NATO 'Terrorizing' Its Civilians
  UN's 'Coalition of the Opposed' Grows
Libya Rebels Advance Under Cover of Airstrikes
  Air Raids Target Gadhafi Hometown of Sirte
Clinton: No US Attack on Syria for Now
  Syria Promises Reform as Troops Take to Streets
  Sen. Lieberman: Libya 'Precedent' for US Attack on Syria
US Soldiers in Afghanistan: The Kill Team
  Taliban Truck Bomb Kills 23 in Afghanistan
  Taliban Militants Abduct 50 Policemen in Afghanistan
Secessionists Seize Provinces in North, South Yemen
  Blast at Yemen Ammunition Factory Kills 110
  Saleh Drops Offer to Leave by Year's End
  Yemen Revolt Raises Fear of al-Qaeda Attack on West
  Pentagon Urged to Find 'Plan B' for Base as Yemeni Crisis Grows
'Arab Spring' Drives Wedge Between US, Saudi Arabia
Neoconomics: Conscription and War as Wealth  by Grant Smith
The Phony Arguments for Presidential War Powers  by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
The False Defenders of Obama's War in Libya  by Michael Lind
Obama's Fatal Attraction to War  by Steve Chapman
The UN Goes to War  by Michael S. Rozeff
Attack on Libya: The Barbarism of Buffoons  by Brendan O'Neill

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Jordan Parliament Rejects Calls to Limit King's Powers
Libya Action Has GOP Rethinking Nation-Building
New Libya Rebel Leader Spent Much of Past 20 Years in Suburban Virginia
Rumsfeld: Leaving Gadhafi in Power Will 'Embolden' America's Enemies
Interpol Confirms Threat to World Cup Matches
More Powerful IEDs Lead to Increase in GI Spinal Injuries
Assad Aide Says Syria to End Decades of Emergency Law, but No Timetable Set
Syria's Assad Deploys Army in Port to Keep Order
Syrian Protesters Tear Down Hafez Al-Assad Statue
Gangs of Men, Some With Swords and Sticks, Roam Violence-Hit Syrian City After Protests
Syria Arrests US National 'For Spying for Israel'
Two Reuters Journalists Missing in Syria
Syria Agrees to IAEA Inspection of Nuclear Site
Saleh's Party Insists He Must Stay in Power in Yemen Until 2013
Yemen Transfer Talks Stall as Army, Militants Clash
Yemeni Militants Seize Control of Weapons Factory
Yemen Ruling Party Recommends Forming New Government in Wake of Protests
Kurd-Turkmen Talks Top Turk PM Iraq Agenda
Nine Civilians Injured in IED Blast, West of Baghdad
Iraqi President in Iran for Official Visit
Sunday: 11 Iraqis Killed, 18 Wounded
On the Run, the Palestinian Youth Movement May Yet Get Its Way
Israel Mulls Cancelling Argentina FM Visit Over Reported Iran Talks
Middle East
Biden Urges Bahrain Talks
Saudi Group Raps Authorities Over Recent Arrests
Qatar Denies Seizing Iran Arms Ships
Consumer Hopes for Using Skype in Oman Dashed
Belarus Crackdown Extends to Those Outside Politics
Libya at War
Report: Gadhafi in Tripoli Compound
NATO Assumes 'Leadership' on Libya Assault
International Forces Won't Arm Libyan Rebels
Gadhafi Regime May Fall From Within, US Officials Say
Gadhafi Hometown Residents Flees as Rebels Approach
Portugal: Hard to Change Libya Arms Ban to Aid Rebels
Libyan Govt Offered Money to Appease Woman in Rape-Claim Case, Mother Says
Libyan Rebels' Ragtag Army Has Heart, but Lacks Organization
Libya and the World
Italy Says It Might Give Exile to Gadhafi
Pope Urges Dialogue in Libya, Not 'Use of Arms'
Fox Denies Being 'Frozen Out' of Whitehall Libya Discussions
Turkey Queries Motives in Libya, Fears Another Iraq
Ahmadinejad: West Repeating 'Mistakes' in Libya
Somali Cabinet Votes to Extend Own Term
Somali Journalists Arrested by Government
Soaring Prices Stoke Discontent in Sudan
Catholic NGO in Darfur 'Accused of Proselytizing'
UK Defense Cuts Could Hit Afghan Role
French Army Investigated Over Soldiers' Deaths in Afghanistan
Two US Soldiers Accused of Embezzling $1.3mln in Afghanistan
Mullah Omar Denies Destroying Public Places
Afghan Officials Agree to Dissolve Kabul Bank, Under Pressure From US and IMF
In China, Microblogging Sites Become Free-Speech Platform
South Korea Sends 27 North Koreans Home

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Libya, Libertarianism, and the Legacy of Lanny Friedlander

Nebojsa Malic
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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