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Updated June 25, 2011 - 10:20 PM EDT
Obama 'Vindicated' as House Rejects Libya War
  Americans Shift to Opposing Libya Military Action
  Rep. Nadler: Obama 'Becoming an Absolute Monarch' on War Powers
  Sarkozy Criticizes US Complaints on Libya, NATO
Amnesty Doubts Claim Gadhafi Ordered Rapes
  Libyan Media Says 15 Civilians Killed in NATO Airstrike in Brega
  Libya Rebels 'in Secret Talks' With Tripoli Underground
  Libyan Rebels, Loyalists Clash in Tunisia Town
Car Bomb Kills Dozens at Afghan Hospital
  Pentagon Officials Upset Over Afghan 'Drawdown'
  Afghanistan Says 4 Children Killed in Pakistani Border Shelling
20 Slain as Mass Protests Again Sweep Syria
  US Warns Syrian Over Troop Buildup on Turkish Border
US Vows to Arm Philippines to Fight China
US Threatens Prison for Americans in Flotilla
Basra Council Bars US Troops From Province
Foreign Helicopter Attack Kills Somali Rebels
Hezbollah Says Members Confess to Spying for CIA
Intelligence Spending, Still Buried Deep in US Budget
Afghanistan War Can't End Soon Enough  Orange County Register
What Neocons Don't Understand About War  by Conor Friedersdorf
A Sinister Cyber-Surveillance Scheme Exposed  by Barrett Brown
Why Does the War Go On?  by Eugene Robinson
The Unchanging Imperial Paradigm  by Sheldon Richman
We're All Leninists Now  by Ted Galen Carpenter

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House Vote on One-Year Libya War Authorization
House Vote on 'Limited' Libya War Authorization
Obama Misspeaks About Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
US Grounds Fleet of F-22 Fighter Jets, Indefinitely
Osama Wanted New Name for Qaeda to Repair Image
WikiLeaks' Assange Builds New, Less-Confrontational Legal Team
UK: £10 Billion 'Black Hole' Means New Military Cuts
Waning Public Support Shaped US Drawdown Plan: Gates
Six Dead, 22 Hurt in Afghan Cycle Bomb Blast
Petraeus Says Afghan Pullout Is Beyond What He Advised
Kabul Urges End to Pakistani Border Attacks
France to Pull 100s of Troops From Afghanistan
Soldiers Deploy as Canada's Combat Mission in Afghanistan Wraps Up
UN: Blight Hits Afghan Opium Production
Pakistan 'Militant' Group Denies Osama bin Laden Link
Pakistan Army Rejects Report on bin Laden's Cellphone
Pakistan Army Chief Shows No Signs of Quitting Soon
Pakistani Views of the US
Pakistan, India Seek to Lower Nuclear Fears
Myanmar: Blasts Strike Three Towns and Cities
US 'Worried Over Thai Succession'
China Artist Ai Weiwei 'Banned From Using Twitter'
Freed Vietnam Dissident to Wage Democracy Fight
North Korea Defectors Offered Internships in Seoul
Cop Killed in West Baghdad
Iraq: France's Alstom Signs High-Speed Rail Line Deal
Ukraine: Tymoshenko on Trial in Kiev for Abuse of Power
EU to Clarify New Border Controls
Armenia, Azerbaijan Talks Produce Little Progress for Breakaway Territory
Emin Milli Punishment a Message From Azerbaijan Government
Berlin Urges Muslim Families to Keep an Eye on Young Radicals
Mexican Ex-Presidents Lead Debate on Legalizing Drugs
Mexican Troops Cross Into the United States at Bridge Two
Jailed American Awaits Cuban Court Decision
Report: United Nations to Inspect Brazilian Jails and Prisons Suspected of Using Torture
Former Army Commander Picked as Presidential Candidate for New Guyana's Opposition Party
Detainee Wars Heating Up on Capitol Hill
Court Created by Pentagon to Review Guantanamo War Crimes Cases Upholds 1st Conviction
The War at Home
DoD Lacks Policy, Oversight on Military Sexual Assault: Report
Rand Paul Gets Senate Hearing on Iraqi Terrorists Arrested in Kentucky
Geithner: Oil Release Not a Political Move
Accused Seattle Attackers Wanted Media Attention
Next Pentagon Chief Will Formally End Gay Ban: Gates
Rebels Arm Tripoli Guerrillas and Cut Resources to Capital
Diplomats Draw Up Plans for Post-Gadhafi Libya
Dozens of Libyan Rebels Held by Gadhafi Forces Returned to Eastern Stronghold
NATO Hits Several Military Targets Around Tripoli
Libyan Rebels in Misrata Want NATO Help, End to Weapons Ban
Garamendi: 'Mass Confusion' Over Libya Operation After House Vote
Libyan's Western Front Has Its Own Battles
Defecting Libyan Officers Describe Daily Tragedy
Lugar: Ban US Ground Troops in Libya
HRW: Cluster Munition Use in Libya
Libya War Cuts Financial Lifeline for Ghana
US Proposes UN Force for Sudan's Abyei
After Decades of War, Sudan's Abyei Defies Quick Fixes
Zimbabwe PM Aide Arrested; Called Mugabe a 'Liar'
Military Chefs Rake in Mining Profits
Rwanda: Ex-Women's Minister Guilty of Genocide, Rape
Syria Denies Army Defections
Syria's Ailing Economy Poses a New Risk for Assad
10 Syrian Refugees Hospitalized in Lebanon
Abbas Says No Turning Back From Palestinian Unity Efforts
'Erdogan to Abbas: Turkey Will Support PA Statehood Bid'
Israel Sees Chance to Mend Fences With Turkey
Ahead of UN Vote, a Possible Return to Mideast Talks
Palestinians Use Bulldozer to Ram Israeli Fence
With a Bit of Land Restored, Villagers End Campaign
Israelis, Palestinians Clash at West Bank Protest Site
Israeli PM's Son Condemns All Muslims on Facebook
Yemen's Security Forces Clash With Protesters at Funeral Procession for a Popular Activist
US Presses Yemen's Saleh to Accept GCC Power-Transfer Deal
Five Killed in Yemen Violence, UN to Send Mission
Yemen Blacklists 43 Opponents for Pipeline Blasts
EU Targets Iran for Supporting Syrian Protest Crackdown
US Sanctions on Iran Companies Raise Questions: Russia
Mothers of US Hikers Held in Iran Renew Hunger Strike
Feds Charge 2 Americans With Supplying Iranian Military
Middle East
Mubarak Supporters, Opponents Clash in Central Cairo
Hard-Line Sunni Voice Gains Audience in Bahrain

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Obama Soldiers On

Nebojsa Malic
Invasion of the Mind Snatchers

Philip Giraldi
Something Rotten This Way Comes

Ivan Eland
Republicans Bungle War-Powers Pushback

Kelley B. Vlahos
Left, Right on a Date in DC

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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