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Updated June 10, 2011 - 11:28 PM EDT
Pentagon Sees Libya War Costs Soar
  Top NATO Official: Gadhafi a Legitimate Target
  Clinton: Gadhafi Aides Discuss Transition 'Options'
  Libya Rebels to Receive Huge Cash Infusion
  NATO Denies Helicopter Shot Down in Libya
  Up to 15,000 Killed in Libya War: UN Rights Expert
Syrian Security Forces Kill 32 in Fresh Attacks
  Russia, China Shield Syria from UN Sanctions
Pressure Grows on Obama Over Afghan Policy
  Panetta Refuses to Specify Pace of Afghan Withdrawal
US Targets al-Qaeda as Yemen Faces Civil War
  Yemeni Regime Loyalists: Saleh Will Soon Return
  Panetta Says Yemen Still Cooperating in Counterterror
Panetta: Iraq Will 'Request' US Troops to Stay
  Panetta: 1,000 Al-Qaeda Terrorists Still in Iraq
Gates Blasts NATO, Questions Future of Alliance
House Lawmakers Push Military Spending Cuts
Cables Reveal More Juveniles at Gitmo Than US Claimed
Senate Report Slams Nation-Building Efforts in Afghanistan  by Malou Innocent
WikiLeaks Grand Jury Investigation Widens  by Glenn Greenwald
The Obama Administration's Leak Case Falls Apart  by Jacob Heilbrunn
100% Scared  by Tom Engelhardt
War Crimes and Misdemeanors  by Stephen M. Walt
Netanyahu's Border War  by Shlomo Ben-Ami

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Expert: Al-Qaeda 'Weaker Than We Thought'
Panetta: Next Pearl Harbor Could Be a Cyberattack
Obama Worst President for Whistleblowers, Says Filmmaker
Bradley Manning Activist Subpoenaed in WikiLeaks Investigation
Administration Defends Libya Mission as Costs Rise, Discontent Brews in Congress
New Round of NATO Strikes Hits Tripoli Outskirts
At US Embassy-In-Exile, Anguished Diplomats Watch Libyan Conflict
Goldman Sachs Investigated Over Massive Libyan 'Bribe'
Sheikh Abdullah Hails International Aid Pledge to Libyan Rebels
Australia to Recognize Libyan Rebels
Islamist Salafist Movement Vies for Political Power in Wake of Revolution
Egypt's Economy Slows to a Crawl; Revolt Is Tested
Over 10,000 Flee Clashes in Sudan Border State: UN
Nigeria Gunmen Kidnap Volunteers in Delta Oil Region
Somali Crisis: President Ahmed and Speaker Aden in Deal
Ivory Coast: Alassane Ouattara Forces Accused
Obama Administration Defends Its Afghan Aid Programs
Afghanistan Withdrawal on Track for 2014, NATO Ministers Say
Afghanistan Wedding Party Attack Kills Nine
Afghan Governance Lagging Gains on Battlefield
Pakistan Army Calls for Diversion of US Aid for Economic Uplift
Attack on Pakistan Security Post Leaves 8 Soldiers, 12 Taliban Dead
Karachi Extra-Judicial Killing Shocks Pakistan
Pakistan Probes 'Unlawful' Videoed Killing in Karachi
Dalai Lama: China Not Enemy, Some Hard-Liners Are
China Rebuffs UN Plea Over 'Disappeared' Tibetan Monks
North Korea Threatens to Expose Taped Talks With South
Maoist Rebels Kill Five Police in India
Vietnam and China Hackers Escalate Spratly Islands Row
The War at Home
Jury Clears Chicago Businessman in Mumbai Attacks, Convicts Him in Plot Against Danish Paper
Ex-NSA Official Thomas Drake to Plead Guilty to Misdemeanor in Leak Case
Director of National Counterterrorism Center Is Resigning
Haunted by Iraq War, Troubled Nurse Dies
Panetta Faces No Major Hurdles to Confirmation as Pentagon Chief
From Clinton Aide, the Ultimate Denial: 'the Story Is Bogus'
Hamas to Participate in Any Future Palestinian Government, Senior Official Says
Hamas Considering Hands-Off Approach in Palestinian Unity Govt
Egypt's Mussa Wants Peace With Israel but Not at Any Price
Palestinians Grapple With Opposition to UN Plan
Israel PM to Lobby Eastern Europe Against Palestinian State
IAEA Reports Syria to UN Security Council Over Covert Nuclear Work
Tony Blair Says Change in Syria 'Risky'
Syria Condemns Statement by France's Foreign Minister
French TV Admits 'Syrian Ambassador' Hoax
France 24 Files Complaint Over Its Own Syria Story
A Gay Girl in Damascus Blogger May Not Be Real, According to Facebook Pictures
Clinton Says Yemen's Cease-Fire Must Be Respected
Saleh's Relatives Retain Much Power in Yemen
Yemen's Militants Are Emboldened by the Nation's Political Upheaval
Opposition: 400 Bahrainis on Trial After Protests
Obama Cultivating Crown Prince Al-Khalifa in Bahrain
Two Years On, Ahmadinejad Under Fire From Own Camp
Six Powers Push Iran to Address Nuclear Fears
US Sanctions Iranian Police for Rights Abuses
Iran's Uranium Enrichment Will Increase, It Says
Iran Summons British Envoy Over Syria Charges
In Iraq, Military Still Seen as Dysfunctional
Iraqiya Can Form Majority Govt, but Wants Another Solution, Its Legislature Says
Armed Man Involved in Killing Town's Police Director Detained
Thursday: 5 Iraqis Killed, 5 Wounded
Middle East
Turkish Websites Attacked by Anonymous Before Vote
4,000 Jordanian Prisoners to Be Freed Under General Amnesty
US Court Drops Lebanon War Victims' Lawsuit Against Al Jazeera
Georgia Threatens to Abandon Russia Talks
12 Injured as Police, Protesters Clash in Spain
21 Bodies Found in Mexican President's Home Town
Guatemala Arrests Ex-Police Chief in War Crime Probe
US Delegation Meets With American Jailed in Cuba

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Glenn Greenwald's 'Sincerity Meter'

Philip Giraldi
Target: Iran

Ivan Eland
Accelerate Withdrawals From Afghanistan and Iraq

Kelley B. Vlahos
CNAS Conference Becomes 'Thumbsucker'

Nebojsa Malic
Conjuring the Black Hat

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

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