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House Rejects Both Libya War Authorization Bills
  As Split Grows, NATO Chief Vows to Continue Libya War
  British, French Agents Undercover in Libya to Get Gadhafi: Report
  Democrats Not Sold on Obama's Libya Pitch
  Libya Debate Creates Unusual Political Alliances on Capitol Hill
  Obama Taps 30 Million Barrels of Oil, Citing Libya Disruption
Obama Leaves Door Open to Long US Afghan War
  Mullen: Obama's Afghan Drawdown Plan 'Risky'
  Karzai Surrounded by Advisers Urging a Shift From US to Iran
  Taliban May Want Settlement, Says Obama
  After Obama Speech, France and Britain Set for Afghan Drawdowns
  Court Ruling Would Oust Quarter of Afghanistan's Parliament
20 Slain as Mass Protests Again Sweep Syria
Iraq Bombings Kill 34, Including US Contractor
  Iraq's Maliki Wants to Downsize Government
  Thursday in Iraq: 46 Killed; 112 Wounded
Palestinians May Drop Demand for Settlement Freeze
  Netanyahu: Israel to Toughen Conditions of Palestinian Prisoners
  US Warns Americans Against Participating in Gaza Flotilla
Petraeus Suggests Interrogation Policy for 'Emergencies'
  Senate Panel Approves New Rules on Detaining Terror Suspects
US Won't Continue Pakistan Aid Without 'Changes'
Is Obama Only Postponing the Inevitable?  by Patrick J. Buchanan
Nine War Words That Define Our World  by Tom Engelhardt
Dagan Did Israel a Favor by Warning Against Iran Strike  by Avner Cohen
John McCain's Never-Ending War  by George F. Will
Obama's War Is Peace  by Sheldon Richman
Obama: Three More Years of War in Afghanistan  by Matthew Rothschild

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White House: Defense Bill 'Micromanages'
Former US Envoy: Bush Was Ready to Back Israeli Invasion of Gaza in 2005
Bolivia to Withdraw From Drugs Convention Over Coca Classification
Cellphone Offers Clues of bin Laden's Pakistan Ties
Pentagon Announces New Chief Prosecutor for Gitmo Military Tribunals
Syrian Troops Storm Khirbet Al-Jouz
Syrian Troops Amass Near Turkish Border
Refugees Flee Border Camps as Troops Deploy
Damascus Streets Contrast Sharply With Border Chaos
Arrests for Graffiti Were the Spark of Syria's Revolt, but the Fuse Had Been Burning for Years
Economic Crisis Looms as Political Unrest Continues in Syria
UN Vote Might Not Be on Palestinian Statehood: Ashton
Hamas Rejects Red Cross Demand to Prove Shalit Is Alive
Apple Under Fire for Pulling Intifada App
Ya'alon: Israel Won't Apologize for Flotilla Raid
Author Alice Walker Among Dozens of Americans Planning to Join Gaza Flotilla
WikiLeaks: Saudi Crackdown on Shiites Has Echoes in Bahrain
UN Chief Urges Bahrain to Allow Appeals of Harsh Sentences of Activists
Bahrain Reform Dialogue Faces a Rocky Start
Hezbollah Blasts Bahrain for Sentencing Shiite Opposition Leaders
Ally of Ahmadinejad Arrested in Iran
Iran Is Target of New US Sanctions
Ahmadinejad Insists Iran Not Seeking Nuclear Bomb
Iran Steps in to Help Iraqi Electricity Providers
Iraq's PM Accuses Partners in Political Process With Attacking Government
Iraq's PM Maliki Decides to Freeze Activity of the Elections Commission
Six Civilians Injured in Rocket Attack on US Base in Diwaniya
Iraq Struggles to Boost Oil Production
Iraqi Officer, Soldier, Killed in Baghdad Blast
Ex-KBR Firefighter Denies Raping Woman in Iraq
Thursday: 45 Iraqis, 1 American Contractor Killed; 112 Iraqis Wounded
Yemen: US Says Either Side in Unrest Would Cooperate in Fighting al-Qaeda
President Saleh 'Was Injured by Palace Bomb'
Three al-Qaeda Suspects Killed After Escaping Yemeni Prison
Middle East
Opposition Vows to Ensure New Lebanese Govt's Collapse
Egypt's Islamists Use Charity to Win Friends – and Votes
Belarusian Officials Detain Over 450 After Rally
EU Hails Breakthrough That Russia and Ukraine Will Join Its Nuclear Stress Test System
Tragedy, Beauty and a Dearth of Presidential Candidates in Russia
British Charge Teenager in Lulzsec Hacking Attacks
Netherlands Split as Anti-Muslim MP Is Cleared of Hate Charge
Mexican President Makes Impassioned Defense of Attack on Organized Crime to Critics, Victims
Mexico Urges Inquiry as US Agent Shoots Man on Border
Karzai Welcomes Withdrawal, but Many Afghans Are Wary
Taliban: All US Troops Out Now
Petraeus Acknowledges Differences With Obama Over Afghan Drawdown
UK PM: Afghan Drawdown Won't Ease Pressure on Taliban
PM Says Australian Troops to Stay in Afghanistan
Gates: I Was 'Strong Advocate' for Afghanistan Surge to End in Summer 2012
Pakistani PM Gilani Terms Kashmir Pakistan's 'Jugular Vein'
India Hopes to Build Trust With Pakistan as Kashmir Talks Begin
US: Pakistan Must Be Part of Afghan Peace Process
In Pakistan, Pro-American Expressions Are Rare
Kayani Asks Wazirs to Keep Close Eye on Terrorists
China and Her Neighbors
Chinese Warships Cross High Seas Off Japan Island
US Navy Says No South China Sea Link to Vietnam Visit
Hong Kong Scholar Freed After China Cuts Sentence
Dissidents Still Face Threat in China
Ai Weiwei 'Cannot Leave Beijing Without Permission'
Thai PM Rallies Crowds at Sensitive Protest Site
No Agent Orange Found in South Korea After Dumping Claim
No Information for Relatives on Sri Lanka Missing
Facing Setbacks, Libyan City Sees Enemies All Around
Gadhafi Accuses NATO of Murder
Libya Mission May Cost UK £260m: Defense Secretary
Cries of Support at Pro-Gadhafi Rally in Tripoli
Satellite Images Show Gadhafi Compound Damage
Libya Rebels to Produce 100,000 Oil Barrels Per Day 'Soon'
Libyan Students in US Get Funds to Stay in School
South Sudan Denies Conceding Disputed Abyei to North Sudan
Draft UN Resolution Would Deploy 4,200 Ethiopian Peacekeepers to Sudan's Disputed Abyei Region
UN Report: Sudan Intel Agents Posed as Red Crescent Workers, Told Refugees to Exit Camp
DR Congo Mass Rape: Ex-Rebels Accused in Fizi
Somalia: Abdiweli Mohamed Ali Appointed Prime Minister
Congo Military Court Sentences 4 Policemen to Death for Rights Activist's Killing
Nigeria Police: 7 Police Officers Accused of Killing Sect Leader to Appear in Court in July
After Protests, Senegal President Backs Off Election Change
Zimbabwe Army: PM Morgan Tsvangirai Is Security Threat
The War at Home
Ohio Woman Jailed for Supporting Hezbollah
TSA Child Pat-Down Policy to Be Changed
Panetta to Carry Political Baggage to the Pentagon
Alexandria Man Charged in Pentagon Shooting
Seattle Pair Accused of Plotting Attack on Military Center
Hugo Chávez's Illness Stirs Questions and Controversy

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Something Rotten This Way Comes

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Republicans Bungle War-Powers Pushback

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Left, Right on a Date in DC

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

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You Cannot Be Serious

Ran HaCohen
West Bank Neighbors: Chronicles of Death

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