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Updated August 12, 2011 - 11:27 PM EDT
GOP Debate on Foreign Policy: All About Iran
Bush Counterterror Czar Charges 9/11 Cover-Up
Syrians Call for Assad's Execution
  Obama Stops Short of Calling for Assad's Ouster
  Syria Army Kills 27 in Overnight Attacks on Three Main Cities
UN Sec-Gen Alarmed Over Libya Civilian Deaths
  NATO: Colonel Gadhafi Forces Severely Weakened in Libya
9 NATO Troops Killed in Afghanistan
  Mission Unnecessary: Indications Seals Sent on Low-Level Mission
Israeli Protests May Help Freeze Defense Budget
  Israel Approves 4,300 New Homes in East Jerusalem
168 Children Murdered By US Drones
Yemeni President Rejects Power Transfer Deal
Moody's: Debt Pact to Yield Half-A-Trillion Defense Cuts
Could the Pentagon Be Responsible for Your Death?  by Tom Engelhardt
The War Without End Is a War With Hardly Any News Coverage  by John Hanrahan
Calling for Regime Change in Damascus Will Ruin Obama  by Paul R. Pillar
US Masochism: Trying to Stay in Iraq and Afghanistan  by Ted Galen Carpenter
Britain's Sham Torture Inquiry  by Clare Algar
Regional Powers Circle Over a Wounded Syria  by Rami G. Khouri

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Britain Looks to US for Advice Combating Riots
The US Military's Plan for London-Like Riots
GOP Candidates Spar Over Foreign Policy
Test of Hypersonic Aircraft Fails Over Pacific Ocean
US Urges Israel, PA to Avoid Unilateral Moves
Israel Prepares for Palestinian Statehood Rallies
Palestinian Envoy to UN: Recognition of Palestine Would Be Investment in Peace
Kidnapped Gaza Engineer Describes Hamas Rocket Experiments
British Envoy: Israel's Protesters Better Than Ours
Spate of Attacks Leaves Six Killed and 60 Wounded Across Iraq
Twin Bomb Attacks Kill Three in Iraq
Iraqi Officer Gets Death for Kerosene Smuggling
Policeman Injured in Kirkuk Blasts
Several Iraqi Students in Virginia Commonwealth University Program Missing
Bomb Kills Two in Beirut
Hariri Tribunal Head Urges Suspects to Surrender
Assassination Attempts 'Linked' to Hariri Killing
UK Tells Iran Happy to Talk Human Rights After Riot Criticism
Iran Names Street After US Activist Rachel Corrie
Middle East
Bahrain Security Forces Blockade Former Protest Hub After Clashes
South Yemen Tribes to Rejoin Army Offensive Against Militants
Canadian Hockey Fans Angry Over Warlike New Team Logo
Libyan Rebels Claim to Have Captured Key Oil Terminal of Brega After Weeks of Fighting
Western Libya Rebels Strike North Towards Coast
Libyan Rebels, in Show of Unity, Plan for Transition
Police Storm Libyan Exiles at Embassy in Swedish Capital
Egypt to Abolish Reviled 30-Year-Old Emergency Law
Islamists Spurn Proposal for Egypt's Constitution
Afghan President Will Not Seek Third Term
Chinook on Fire at Time of Afghan Crash
Pentagon Releases Identities of Seals Killed, Not Unit Name
CIA Is Disputed on Civilian Toll in Drone Strikes
7 Killed in Peshawar Twin Bombings
Balochistan Caught in Spiral of Violence
Rival Koreas Trade Blame for Firing
North Korea Mulls Family Reunions for Korean-Americans
In Nagorno-Karabakh, Peace Elusive 20 Years After Soviet Fall
Hostage-Taker Dead After Estonian Ministry Shootout
Norway Attacker 'Polite' During Police Questioning
Northern Ireland: Report Says Army Killed Innocent Man
Libya, Iran Revel in Mocking Britain Over Riots

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Charles V. Peña
Doomsday Defense Cuts?

Philip Giraldi
Big Brother Has Arrived

Ivan Eland
US Terror Lists Should Be Downsized

Kelley B. Vlahos
Iraqi Allies Scrambling for Exits

Ran HaCohen
Israelis Sick and Tired – but of What?

Nebojsa Malic
Law and Disorder

David R. Henderson
The Left's Antiwar Movement in Monterey: Down but Not Out

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