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Updated November 22, 2011 - 11:18 PM EST
Hezbollah Stumbles on Bumbling CIA Spy Rings

Army Finally Sets Date for Brad Manning Hearing

33 Dead as Egypt Cabinet Threatens to Resign
Libya PM Vows New Cabinet on Tuesday
Ex-US Amb.: Turkey Should Occupy Afghanistan
Kenya Prepares 'Major Assault' on Somalia
Iraq TV Confessions Distract From Ongoing Violence
  US Military Presence Will Continue in Iraq
Israel Slams Calls for Nuclear Transparency
Tribesmen Capture 300 Yemeni Troops
Pentagon Defends Zardari in 'Coup Memo' Scandal

Syrian Rebels Carry Out First Attack in Damascus

Who Won the Iraq War?  by Eric Margolis
Whose Atomic Energy Agency Is It, Anyway?  by Ramesh Thakur
GOP Debate Reveals Depraved and Deluded Political Class  by Tim Kelly
Blame the NPT, Not Iran  by Yousaf Butt
Torture's Future  by Eric Lewis
Karzai Skates on Thin Ice  by M.K. Bhadrakumar

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FBI Declined to Pursue NYC Bomb Plot

US Slaps New Sanctions on Tehran; Britain Targets Iran's Banks; Canada Takes Action, Too

US Soldier Gets Five Years in Afghan Misconduct Probe

War-Torn Marriage: Family Shattered by PTSD Picks Up Pieces

Abizaid to Lead Inquiry Into Dover Mortuary


As US Exits Iraq, a Top General's Warning

Iraq Tries to Close Ashraf Camp, With Suitable Haven: MP

GE Opening First Offices in Iraq


Iran Minister Says Sanctions a 'Lose-Lose Game'

Iran Pushes Forward Plan to Review Ties With UN Nuclear Watchdog

Ahmadinejad's Press Aide Denies Arrest Reports

Alleged Iran Nuke Site Being Watched


Kremlin: Russia 'Can't Understand' US Plans for Afghanistan

Australian PM Flags Early End to Afghan Mission

Two Army Officers, 36 Militants Killed in Orakzai Clashes

Trucks Carrying Fuel for NATO Torched in Pakistan

Pakistani Taliban, Government Hold Initial Talks


Khmer Rouge Trio Accused of Cambodia's 'Worst Horrors'

Islanders Live in Fear a Year After North Korean Attack

Relatives of Philippine Massacre Victims to Sue Ex-President, Claiming She Aided Warlord

Sri Lankan Opposition Attacked Inside Parliament


Gunmen Kidnap, Kill 3 Police on Patrol in Mexican Border City

New Colombia Rebel Chief Unyielding, Accuses President of Gloating
Colombia Says 14 Members of Major Drug Gang Captured; US Seeks Extradition
Violent Clashes in Egypt Prompt Candidates to Halt Campaigns

Syrian Troops Attack Turkish Buses

Top Syria Cleric Threatens Retaliatory Suicide Attacks on US and EU

Britain Meets Syria Opposition, Condemns Crackdown

Iraq Joins Syria Civil War Warnings

Syria Accuses Britain, France and Germany of Declaring Diplomatic War Over Rights Violations

Syria Opposition Council Reveals Post-Assad Plan to Rule

Turkish President Says Syrian Crisis at a 'Dead End' and Change Is Inevitable

Turkey Ups Heat, Syria Activists Say 12 Dead

Middle East

Thousands of Moroccans Call for Election Boycott

Morocco 'Won't Follow Tunisia Down Islamist Path'

Pipeline Sabotage Halts Yemen Refinery Operations

Bahrain Admits to 'Excessive Force' Against Protesters


Four Months Into Nationhood, South Sudan Struggles

Nigeria Police Link Boko Haram Sect to Politicians

Fears of Violence Cast Cloud on Congo Election

Madagascar Names New Government, Opposition Rejects

Vote Set on Controversial S. Africa Secrets Bill

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Will Washington Thump the Syrian Domino?

Ivan Eland
What Michele Bachmann's Mount Rushmore Picks Reveal

Nebojsa Malic
Identity And Other Politics

Ran HaCohen
Was Elliott Abrams Hitler's Senior Advisor?

Charles V. Peņa
Doomsday Defense Cuts?

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

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