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Palin: War With Russia Possible
Petraeus: Iraq War Will Never End in Victory
  Bush Touts Iraq Troop Reduction, Not Big Picture
  Gates: US Has Entered 'Endgame' in Iraq
  US Army 'Demanded' Govt Sell F-16s to Iraq
  Tensions Mount Over Fate of Awakening Force
Pentagon: Afghan Strategy Not Succeeding
  General: Afghans Won't Tolerate More Civilian Deaths in Raids
Pakistan Kills 100 as Tension With US Grows
  Pakistani Military to Bar Foreign Operations
  Bush Said to Give Orders Allowing Raids in Pakistan
  US Eyes More Strikes in Pakistan
  US Strikes on Pakistan Border May Not Halt al-Qaeda
US Weighing Stronger Action Against Russia
  Russia Sends Two Long-Range Bombers to Venezuela
  Russian Troops Dismantle West Georgia Checkpoints
  Conservative US Congressman: US Intelligence Sees It Russia’s Way
Mbeki: Zimbabwe Power-Sharing Deal Struck
Ukraine: Latest Political Battleground Between West, Russia
Israel Warns Russia to Halt Arms Sales to Iran, Syria
Iran's Road Less Traveled to Nukes
by Ray McGovern
This Is What Happens When a Crime Is Redefined as War  by Simon Jenkins
A Murderous Theater of the Absurd
by John Pilger
The US Shoots Its Dog  by Gary Hart
Let Them Eat Cake  by Karen Kwiatkowski
The Commander in Speech
by Dana Milbank

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