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Updated May 11, 2011 - 11:26 PM EDT
Poll: Americans Say Time to End Afghan War
 
  British Generals: Afghan Commitment Must Continue After 2014
  After bin Laden, US Reassesses Afghan Strategy
  Talk or Face bin Laden Fate, Kabul Warns Taliban
Libya Stalemate Leaves NATO Without a 'Plan B'
 
  Libya Rebels Capture Misrata Airport
  NATO Denies Tripoli Strikes Targeted Gadhafi
  Rifts Among Libyan Rebels Stalling Creation of a Credible Govt
  Killings and Rumors Unsettle a Libyan City
Boehner: US, Pakistan in Make-or-Break Moment
 
  Musharraf Denies There Was a Deal to Let US Get bin Laden
  Officials: US Drone Missiles Kill 3 in NW Pakistan
  The bin Laden Wives: Latest Pawns in US-Pakistan Strife
  Pakistan Denies It Allowed US to Question bin Laden's Widows
Syrian Tanks, Troops Kill 19 in South, West
 
  Reports: Obama to Demand Syria Regime Change
Israeli FM: No Halt to Settlement Expansion
 
  Fatah-Hamas Honeymoon Could Face Problems
Yemen Forces Fire on Protesters, 17 Dead
80 Killed as South Sudan Rebels Attack Village
Two More Imams Kept Off US Flights
Kyrgyzstan Govt Eyes NATO Support in Restive South
Viewpoints
National Unity Is Highly Overrated by Ambitious Politicos  by Gene Healy
The Targeted Assassination of Osama bin Laden  by Marjorie Cohn
Osama bin Laden Was Not Found Using Torture  by Diane Roberts
Libertarianism and Torture  by Wendy McElroy
It's All About Empire  by Jacob G. Hornberger
Russia and China Challenge NATO  by M.K. Bhadrakumar

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Frontline
DoJ to Congress: Make ISPs Keep Tabs on Users
Some Senators Will Have Access to bin Laden Photos
As Hundreds Feared Drowned Off Libya, UN Agency Urges Better Rescue Methods
Activists Prepare New Gaza Flotilla, Israel Warns of 'Provocation'
Netanyahu Set to Address US Congress May 24
WikiLeaks' Assange Gets Australian Peace Prize
 
'War on Terror'
Is Anwar al-Awlaki's Importance to al-Qaeda Overstated?
Al-Qaeda Likely to Elevate No. 2 – or Name No One
National Emergency Alert System Set to Launch in NYC
GOP Seeks to Redefine War on Terror
Railroads Work Closely With Feds as Terror Threats Develop
Man Held by US as Terrorist May Have Worked for Canadian Spy Agency
Pakistan
ISI Mulling Action Against Mullah Omar
US General: Contact With Pakistan Cut Off Briefly
Pakistan Opposition Leader Calls for Reviewing Relations With US
Journalist Killed in Peshawar Blast
US, Pakistan, and bin Laden
Osama bin Laden Raid Team Was Prepared to Fight Pakistani Forces
US Seeks to Balance Message on bin Laden Death
One of bin Laden's Sons May Have Escaped Raid
The Associated Press's Case for Releasing the bin Laden Photo
Bin Laden Killing Now Part of Obama Stump Speech
US Senator Aims to Mend Pakistan Ties After bin Laden
Bin Laden Sons Say US Violated International Law
Biden Scoffs at Questions of bin Laden Killing's Legality
Young US Muslims Find Hope in Post-Bin Laden World
Afghanistan
Afghan Officials Say Insurgent Assault in Remote Northeast Failed to Take Police Checkpoints
Murky Identities and Ties Hinder NATO's Hunt for Afghan Insurgents, Report Says
Afghan Troops Kill Pakistani Fighters, Arrest Foreign Militants
US Plans Initial Afghan Force Reduction of 5,000 in July
No Swift Pullout From Afghanistan, Says US Senator
Two Romanian Soldiers Die in Afghanistan
China/Taiwan
Catching Scent of Revolution, China Moves to Snip Jasmine
US Lambastes Chinese Repression of Dissidents as 'Trying to Stop History'
Taiwan to Postpone Purchases of US Weapons
Asia
Osama Is Dead, but 'bin Ladenism' Endures in Southeast Asia
Bangladeshi Force Trained by UK Police 'Allowed to Kill and Torture'
Obama and Singh Discuss bin Laden's Death, Security
Flourishing Poppy Fields Outside Prison Camps Are Heroin Cash Crop for North Korea
Iraq
Should US Stay or Go? Views Define Iraqi Factions
Three Persons Wounded in Assassination Attempt Against Baghdad Council Member
Allawi Criticizes Maliki
Director of Cement Factory in Baghdad Assassinated
Threat of Massacre at Ashraf Camp in Iraq, Warn Euro-MPs
Iraq, Shell to Draft Contract for Gas Project Within a Week
Tuesday: 13 Iraqis Killed, 29 Wounded
Middle East
Yemeni Opposition Activists Rally as Gulf Leaders Discuss Stalemate
Turkish Anti-Terror Police Detain 34
Iran, Syria, Iraq Agree on Gas Deal
UN Humanitarian Chief Concerned at Violence Against Civilians in Bahrain, Yemen, Syria
 
Libya
NATO Steps Up Bombing in Libya; Rebels Report Gains
In Libya, a Regime With Two Faces
Rebels Exist but Hiding in Gadhafi's Capital
Libyan Opposition Minister: Basics Scarce, Cash Running Dry
Rebel Libyan Finance Head Seeking Line of Credit
Rebel Gunfire Fuels Libyan Revolutionary Fever
In Libya, Perfecting the Art of Revolution by Twitter
Egypt
Mubarak Detention Extended Again
Egyptian Doctors Hold First Nationwide Strike
Egypt's Ex-Tourism Minister Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison for Corruption
Google Executive Behind Egyptian Revolution Gets US Book Deal
Egyptians Race to Save Fleeting Mementos of Their Revolution
Africa
Tunisia Arrests Nearly 200 After Protests
Killings Overshadow Ivory Coast Recovery
As Opposition Demands Reform, Algerian Government Makes Vague Promises
Syria
Despite Sanctions, Assad Sends Troops Into the Villages
Syrian Elite to Fight Protests to 'the End'
Syria 'Pulls Out' of Race for UN Rights Council Spot
Source: Syria Wants Lebanon Cabinet This Week
Amateur Video Said to Show Govt Agents Crushing Protest
Israel/Palestine
Israel FM Slams West for 'Inconsistencies' on Mideast Unrest

Barak: We Can't Have It Both Ways With Palestinian Unity

Lieberman: Israel Ready to Renew Direct Peace Talks
Barak Calls on International Community to Demand Hamas Recognize Israel
Mashaal: Israel Has 1 Year to Recognize Palestinian State
Newspaper 'Regrets' Erasing Hillary Clinton From Photo
EU Lawmakers Pledge to Take Part in New Gaza Flotilla
Bahrain
Bahrain, a Kingdom of Ominous Silence
Reuters Says Its Reporter Expelled From Bahrain
Is a New Marine Command Coming to Bahrain?
Iran
Iran Nuclear Plant Operates at Low Level in Key Step
UN Experts Say Sanctions Are Slowing Iran's Nuclear, Ballistic Missile Programs
Iran to Try US Hikers on Wednesday, US Says
Iran Tells EU Next Atom Talks Must Be Without Pressure
Russia/Chechnya
Suicide Bomber in Russia's Dagestan Kills Policeman
Chechnya Marks Day of Mourning for Grim History
Albania
Albania Vote Competitive, Say International Observers
US Military
US Military Enters New Generation of Sea Mine Warfare
Navy Contractor Found Guilty After Lying About Critical Hull Welds
Bill Would Require US Troops to Receive Job Training Before Leaving Military
Army Sergeant's Defense Opens in Ga. Court-Martial
 
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
5/11/2011
David Frum and the Winds of War

Ivan Eland
5/11/2011
'Unprovoked' Attacks, From 1812 to 9/11

Kelley B. Vlahos
5/10/2011
America the Immature and Superficial

Philip Giraldi
5/05/2011
War is a Sticky Business

Nebojsa Malic
4/23/2011
Injustice for All

Charles V. Peña
4/15/2011
You Cannot Be Serious

Ran HaCohen
3/16/2011
West Bank Neighbors: Chronicles of Death

David R. Henderson
11/29/2010
Adm. Mullen's Spinning vs. Prof. Hayek's Insight

Alan Bock
4/09/2010
How Brainy Is Obama?

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