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Gates: US Military Will Always Have 'A Full Menu'
  Gates: War Weariness, Debt Won't Deter Widening Pacific Rim Presence
House Rejects Libya Pullout, OKs Weaker Bill
  NATO Uses Attack Helicopters for First Time in Libya Air Assault
  China Meets Libya Rebels in Latest Blow to Gadhafi
US Drone Strike Kills Key Pakistan Militant
  US Drone Strike Kills Seven in South Waziristan
  State Dept: Al-Qaeda in Pakistan Remains a Threat
Yemen President Injured in Attack on Palace
  Pentagon: No Proof US-Trained Forces Attack Yemen Protesters
21 Killed as Blasts Rock Central Iraq City
  Friday: 37 Iraqis Killed, 71 Wounded
60 Killed as Protests Grow in Syria
Israel and Palestinians Brace for New Clashes
Iran Not a Nuclear Threat, Says Seymour Hersh
Report: Billions in US Aid May Be Wasted in Iraq, Afghanistan
Perpetual War Is a Bigger Threat Than Terrorism  by Conor Friedersdorf
Do the American People Support the 'Special Relationship?'  by Stephen M. Walt
From Bush to Obama, the Snooping Goes On  by Dan Kennedy
The US Is Losing Pakistan  by Patrick Seale
The Other Casualties of War  by Richard Schwartzman
The Conquest of the US by Spain  by Ralph Raico

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House Vote on Libya Withdrawal
House Vote on GOP Libya Measure
New al-Qaeda Video: Buy Automatic Weapons and Start Shooting Americans
Poland Probes Newspaper in Leak on CIA Issue
Texas TSA Pat Down Ban May Be Back
Lockheed Says Hacker Used Stolen Secured Data
Iranian Activist Killed by Security Forces: US
No Tranquility in Mideast as Long as Israel Exists: Iran
Iranian Dissidents Outraged at Death of Female Activist, While Others Faces Charges
Anonymous Makes Off With Scanned Passports From Iran, 10k E-Mails
Ex-Ambassador: Yemen Could Be Like Afghanistan
Yemen: President Saleh Defiant After Injury
Britons Urged to Leave Yemen Immediately
Bahrain Police Fire at Protesters After Emergency Rule Lifted
Opposition: Thousands Hit Bahrain Streets to Mourn Fallen Protesters

Seeking Calm, Bahrain's Government Lifts Martial Law

FIA Approves Return of Bahrain Grand Prix to Formula 1 Calendar
Sahwa Commander Escapes Assassination in Baghdad
Iraqi Interpreters Being Evacuated by Australian Defense Force
Friday: 37 Iraqis Killed, 71 Wounded
Palestinians Scrap March After Lebanese Army Bans Border Protest
Palestinian Protest Groups Organize Broader Marches on Israeli Borders for Sunday
Israel Accused After Palestinian Boys Burned by Mystery Canister
Israel Mistakes Stars for Incoming Attack
The Politics of Stasis: Israelis Increasingly Resigned to Life Without Peace
Israeli Navy Forces Gazan Fishermen to Cast Nets Inland
Rahm Emanuel: US Does Not Expect Israel to Return to 1967 Borders
In Israel, a Soccer Game Reflects a Divide
Mourning a Boy, Crowds in Syria Defy Crackdown
Syria Shuts Down the Internet
Ratko Mladic Calls Genocide Charges 'Monstrous' Lie
Serb Admits Lying to Get Into the US After Bosnian War
In Other News
US Confirms Boycott of UN Racism Summit in Durban
Vanuatu Recognizes Abkhazia. or Maybe Not
Weekend Reviews
In a Relationship, and It's Complicated
War Is a Racket! Then and Now
The Crimean War: the Forgotten Conflict That Changed History
New Book Explores 1973 Killing of Israeli Official in US
US, Afghanistan Push Ahead on Long-Term Deal
Afghanistan Commander Considers Exit Strategy
UN May Lift Sanctions on Some Former Taliban Members
Terrorists Claim German Jihadist Dead in Afghanistan
Pakistani Troops Force Back Militants Near Afghan Border
Pakistan, US Agree to Resume Joint Intel Ops: Foreign Ministry
Napolitano: Pakistani LeT Threat to US
Pakistan Taliban Claims Cross-Border Raid
Pakistan Complains to NATO Over Taliban Cross-Border Raid
Pakistan Announces 11 Percent Increase in Defense Budget
China/Hong Kong
Thousands in Hong Kong to Mark Tiananmen Crackdown
US, China Hold Cordial Talks at Asian Security Meeting
Chinese Artist Wang Jun Speaks Out After Release
Malaysia: Asia Shouldn't Choose Between US, China
Okinawa Decries Reported Plans to Locate Ospreys at Futenma
Lockheed Martin: Willing to Outsource F-35 Production to Japan in Exchange for Sales
Three Militants Killed in Kashmir Clash
North Korea Willing on Human Rights, Says US Envoy
Misrata Rebels in Holding Pattern, Waiting for Help
Rebels in Western Libya Seize Mountain Towns
Rebel Finance Minister in Libya Fights On
Japan Freezes Gadhafi Family Assets of $4.4 Billion
US Scores Qatar Deportation of Alleged Libyan Rape Victim
What Unites Reps. Allen West and Dennis Kucinich? Libya
UN Report Warns of 'Ethnic Cleansing' in Sudan
Somalia's Interim Government 'Needs More Time': Uganda
Burkina Faso Presidential Guard Take on Mutineers
Members of Zimbabwe PM Tsvangirai's MDC Charged in Death of Policeman
Liberia: Food Stocks Low for Hosts and Refugees
'War on Terror'
Chairman Mica Questions Whether States Can Ban TSA Pat-Down Screenings
MI6 Hacked al-Qaeda Website, Swapping Bomb Recipes With Cupcake Recipes
Real-Life Minority Report System Can Tell When You're Thinking About Committing Terrorism
Ready, Aim, Fail: Terrorists Target Wrong Company for Drone Revenge

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Instead of a Column

Nebojsa Malic
Conjuring the Black Hat

Philip Giraldi
The Tie that Binds

Ivan Eland
Obama Should Follow FDR's Example in Dealing with Generals, Not Lincoln's

Kelley B. Vlahos
Memorial Day in Wartime

David R. Henderson
Is Leon Panetta a Saint—or a War Criminal?

Charles V. Peña
You Cannot Be Serious

Ran HaCohen
West Bank Neighbors: Chronicles of Death

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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