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New Pentagon Budget: No Fundamental Shift
  'Revamped' Pentagon Budget Hikes Military Size

Ahmadinejad: Iran Waiting for US Policy Changes


Iran Supports US-Backed Nuclear Fuel Bank Idea

  Peres: 'Devious' Iran Hiding Nuke Ambitions

Obama Makes Unannounced Visit to Iraq

  Baghdad Bombings Kill 37
  Latest Baghdad Bombings Raise Fears That Calm May End
  US Soldier Goes on Trial Accused of Raping Iraqi Girl
  Tuesday: 13 Iraqis Killed, 31 Wounded

Pakistan Seen 'Reluctant' on US Agenda of Escalation


Admiral Mullen Visits Pakistan


More Drone Attacks in Pakistan Planned

Man Freed Amid Obama Murder 'Hoax'

Khmer Rouge Jailer Says US Contributed to Pol Pot Rise

US Criticism of North Korea Lacks Credibility  by Jeremy Scahill
Af-Pak Escalation May Be Democrats' Undoing  by Norman Solomon
What About the Other Missing War Photos?  by Greg Mitchell
Raging Bull Feathers  by Jeff Huber
March Madness, 1939  by Patrick Buchanan
Missive From a Perplexed Diplomat
by Akiva Eldar

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Following Bush Lead, Obama Moves to Block Challenge to Wiretapping Program

Uighurs Ask Supreme Court for Their Freedom

Red Cross: Medical Officers Violated Interrogation Ethics

NATO Chief to Placate Muslims With Senior Post for Turkey

Palestinian Farmers Lost in the Buffer Zone

2008 Was Deadliest Year for Aid Workers

Today in Iraq

As Iraq Rape Trial Begins, Attorneys Attack Law

Saddam's Palace Open to Iraqi Public

Kurdistan Merges Interior, Peshmerga Ministries

Monday: 1 US Soldier, 45 Iraqis Killed; 176 Iraqis Wounded
Occupying Iraq

US to Hand Over Two More Detention Facilities to Iraq

UK Business Secretary Tells Companies to Invest in Iraq

The War at Home

Gates' Proposal Reveals His Alienation From Procurement System

Pentagon Budget Kills F-22, Pumps Up Special Ops

Pentagon Budget to Rise, Conventional Weapons to be Cut

US 'Never' at War With Islam, Obama Says

Report: Vets Funeral Home in Bad Shape

Army: No Plan to Move Sea-Dumped Chemical Munitions

US Jets Force Stolen Cessna to Land in Missouri


Iran's Ahmadinejad Says Waiting for US Policy Change

Iran Reform Candidate Says Open to US Negotiations

Iranian Presidential Candidate Calls Ahmadinejad an Extremist

US Wants Freedom for Detained Aid Worker in Iran

Iran May Seek Compensation for Cyprus-Held Cargo

North Korea

Clinton Pressing UN on North Korean Launch

Russia: Focus on North Korea Nuclear Talks After Launch

North Korea Seeks Political Gain From Rocket Launch

Kim Jong Il Hails North Korean Rocket Launch

In Wake of North Korea Launch, What's Next Is Unclear

Experts Argue if North Korea's Launch Suggests Progress

'War on Terror'

Feds to Grill CIA Felon Over Interrogation Tapes

Judge: US Used Mentally Ill Witness in Guantanamo Cases

UK Launches Massive, One-Year Program to Archive Every Email

EU Net Firms Start Storing User Data

Austria Rejects US Guantanamo Detainee Request


Somali Pirates Seize Five Ships in 48 Hours

Kenya's Fragile Coalition Under Threat After Justice Minister Resigns

Zimbabwe Government Sets Plan to End Isolation

Zimbabwe Plans to Relax Media Restrictions


Fidel Castro: Cuba Doesn't Fear Dialogue With US

Raul Castro Meets US Lawmakers


Mullen: Taliban Leaders Hiding in Balochistan

Taliban Attempts to Target Merkel

Afghans Welcome but Also Doubt New War Strategy

Afghan Law Legalizing Marital Rape Put on Hold After Firestorm

US Wants More Aussie Troops for Afghanistan

Merkel Visits German Troops in Afghanistan


Taliban Threaten 2 Attacks Per Week in Pakistan

Zardari Vows to Fight Militants

Three Pakistani Women Promoting Education Killed

Pakistan's Chief Justice Demands Detailed Report on Woman's Flogging

Pakistan's Top Judge Rebukes Officials

Pakistan Parliamentary Chair Slams US Drone Attacks as Sovereignty Violation

Pakistanis Mourn Victims of Mosque Bombing

Pakistani Hero Bus Driver Honored in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Says War's End Near, 453 Rebels Killed

Sri Lankan President Says Rebels Must Surrender

Civilians Flee as Sri Lanka Enters Last Fight

Is It All Over for the Tamil Tigers in Sri Lanka?


Four Blasts in India's Assam Kill Eight Before PM Visit

Think Tank: US Needs to Convince India It Can Control Pakistan's ISI
Gaza Doctor Who Lost Three Kids in Israeli Invasion Tapped for Nobel Prize

Rights Groups: Israel Harmed Gaza Medical Workers

Jordanian Parliament Stops Move to Sue Israeli Leaders Over Gaza
Israel: Hamas Wants to Smuggle Long-Range Rockets in One Piece

Netanyahu Invited to Egypt for Official Visit

Israeli Soldiers Indicted for Brutality

Israel Seals Off West Bank Ahead of Passover

Israeli Commandos Praised for Not Shooting Innocent West Bank Civilians

Gaza Feud Puts Patients at Risk

Mideast 'Peace'

Obama: We Are Committed to Annapolis

Jordanian King: Israel Holding Mideast Hostage by Shunning Arab Peace Offer
SE Asia
Thai Govt Website Urges People to Snitch on Those Critical of King

Capturing Burma's Protests on Film

In Other News
New Macedonia President Keen to Resolve Greece Name Dispute

Killings of Chechen Leader's Foes May Test Kremlin's Will or Power to Restrain Him


Justin Raimondo
The Two Faces of Barack Obama

Philip Giraldi
Goodbye, Bill of Rights

Alan Bock
Iraq Disaster Still a Mystery to Some

Ivan Eland
How to Combat Mexican Drug Cartels

Edouard Husson
Sarkozy, Merkel Frozen in the Cold War

Charles V. Peņa
Is Missile Defense Obsolete?

David R. Henderson
To Reduce Violence,
End the Drug War

Nebojsa Malic
Turning Point

Ran HaCohen
Abe Foxman's 'Anti-Semitic Pandemic'

Praful Bidwai
'Good Cop, Bad Cop' Approach to Pakistan

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