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North Korea Ends Armistice, Threatens Attacks
  Russia Fears Korea Conflict Could Go Nuclear
  North Korea Tests Missiles, Plans More
  World Powerless to Stop North Korea
  North Korea Test, US Treaty Okay Could Set Off Chain Reaction
Charity Leaders Get 65 Years for Funding Hamas
Obama to Merge Domestic, Int'l Security Staffs
  Obama to Announce 'Cyber Czar' This Week
  Pentagon: Some Released Detainees Return to Battle
US Ready to Keep Troops in Iraq 10 More Years
  3 Americans Killed in Iraq, 3 in Afghanistan
Car Bomb Kills 30 at Pakistan Police, Intel Offices
  Pakistan Lifts Election Ban on Opposition Leader
  Hundreds of Thousands of Trapped Swatis 'Face Catastrophe'
  Army Moves Into South Waziristan, Kills Six
  US State Dept Lacks People Who Speak Taliban's Language
Israeli 'Compromise' Would Expand Settlements
  Israel Scrambles to Avoid Showdown With Obama
  Netanyahu Cancels Scheduled Visit to France
  Palestinians Scoring Own Goals
US Raid Killed 97 Civilians: Afghan Rights Group
The West's Reckless Approach to Russia  by William Pfaff
Iran Freed Saberi; When Will US Free Jassam?  by Jeremy Scahill
Smarter Iran Policy Begins With New Attitude  by William deB. Mills
Free Trade, Not Aid, Likely to Help Pakistan  by Stephen M. Walt
Iran Courts US Allies  by Kaveh L. Afrasiabi
Obama's Gitmo Appeasement Plan
by Marjorie Cohn

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Sarkozy Opens France's First Gulf Military Base, Pledges to Protect UAE
US Soldier: 'There's No Way I'm Going to Deploy to Afghanistan'
Bolivia and Venezuela Deny Israeli Accusations of Smuggling Uranium to Iraq
Iran Sends 'Six Warships' to International Waters
Ex-Military Interrogator: Torture Cost 'Hundreds, if Not Thousands' of US Lives
Atomic Agency Examines Candidates to Replace ElBaradei
The War at Home
Obama to Release Cyber-Security Review
Bible Texts Misused in Rumsfeld Reports, Religious Leaders Say
Tunisia Will Accept 10 Citizens Held in Guantánamo
Ex-Detainee Describes His 7 Years at Guantánamo
Afghan Was Taken to Guantánamo Aged 12: Rights Group
US Military Plans Tribunal Session at Guantánamo
State Department Official Is Among 3 Killed in Iraq
Iraq Oil Minister Under Fire Over Output
Some Iraqis Who Fled Home Return to Fight for US
Tuesday: 3 Americans, 11 Iraqis Killed; 17 Iraqis Wounded
Iran Says Has Own Raw Uranium Supply, No Shortage
Support for Moderate a Challenge to Iran's Leader
Iran Lifts Block on Facebook Access
Iran Artists Urge Anti-Ahmadinejad Vote
No Talks Until Barriers Go: Palestinians
'Anti-Nakba Law' Returns to Cabinet for Debate
Hamas: Gaza Is Self-Sufficient
PA: Settlers Can Become Palestinian Citizens
Livni Brands Road Map Peace Plan as 'Bad' for Israel
Hawkish Israeli Proposal Dodges Palestinian State
Israel Disavows MP's Proposal to Turn West Bank Over to Jordan
Elite Israeli Soldier Returns Money Looted From Gazan
Ya'alon: No Discernible Solution to Palestinian Conflict
Middle East
Obama Plans to Visit Saudi Arabia
In Turkey, Hundreds of Minors Imprisoned on 'Terrorism' Charges
Many Thousands Protest Against Georgia's Saakashvili in Tbilisi
Georgia's Opposition Blocks Railway Station
Five Killed in Russian Caucasus Violence
Russia Begins Massive Military Modernization Effort
In Siberia, the Death Knell of a Complex Holding a Deadly Stockpile
Northern Ireland
Police Arrest 11 Men After Slaying in Northern Ireland
Brazil Detains Arab Moderating Anti-American Site
Chavez: Venezuela Could Leave OAS, Join Cuba
North Korea
North Korea's Bomb Test Adds to Atomic Threat
Leadership Mystery Amid North Korea's Nuclear Work
North Korean Nuke: Sketchy Details, Real Concerns
Tensions Rise on Korean Peninsula
US: North Korea May Pay Price but Door Open to Talks
More Sanctions Seen as Ineffective
US Looking for Russians, Chinese to Lead Push Against North Korea
North Korea's Nuclear Test May Be for Kim's Legacy
Key Nations Start Talks on New North Korea Resolution
Pakistani Forces Claim Advance in Swat Valley
Six Troops, 29 Taliban Killed in Pakistan's Swat Valley
PM Declares Malakand as Calamity-Hit Area
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka to Add Soldiers to Prevent Tiger Return
Divisions on Sri Lanka at UN While Aid Restricted
Sri Lanka's Displaced Families Torn Apart by War
UN: Investigate Abuses by Both Sides in Sri Lanka
Burma Sends Mixed Signals About Nobel Laureate's Fate
Suu Kyi Testifies as Pressure Builds on Myanmar
Obama Dismisses Aung San Suu Kyi Hearing as 'Show Trial'
Curfew Imposed in Punjab After Riots
US Offers $2.5 Million for Filipino Terror Suspects
Chinese President Meets Leader of Taiwanese Party
Khmer Rouge Defendant: Pol Pot a 'Murderer'
Sudan Tribesmen Attack Security Force, Scores Killed
Sudanese Government Forces Push Back Darfur Rebels
In Remote North Darfur, an Upsurge in Clashes Between Rebels and Government Forces
Somalia's President Condemns 'Invasion' of Foreign Fighters
Over 67,000 Somalis Displaced by Escalating Fighting
Muslim Scholar Speaks About Reforming Pirates
Nigerian Army Destroys Militants' Camp
Attempted Raid on Total Nigeria Facility Foiled
Libya, Ukraine Sign Nuclear Power Deal

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Dueling Speeches, but Not Much Difference

Ivan Eland
Blowing Smoke on Gitmo

Edouard Husson
The Virtues of Gorbachevism

Kelley B. Vlahos
‘March of Freedom' a Trail of Tears

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