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Updated July 1, 2009 - 11:22 PM EDT

US Gen. Won't Say How Many GIs in Iraq Cities

  33 Killed in Kirkuk Blast

150 Bases Handed Over to Iraqis, Shut Down

  Tuesday: 4 US Soldiers, 36 Iraqis Killed; 97 Iraqis Wounded
Report: Israeli Drones Targeted Civilians in Gaza
  Israel Attacks Gaza Aid Ship; Kidnaps Activists

US Reapproves Loan Guarantees With Israel


Barak Says Too Early to Declare Israel Settlement Freeze

Odierno Still Blaming Iran for Iraq Attacks

Iran's Guardian Council Puts End to Election Investigation

Junta Threatens Arrest if Zelaya Returns to Honduras
  Honduran Coup Tests Waning US Clout in Latin America
How Long Is Long Enough?
by Bob Herbert
Resist the Urge to Confront Kim Jong-Il  by Ryan McCarl
Playing the Hawk With North Korea
by John Feffer
Iran's Do-It-Yourself Revolution
by Stephen Zunes
One-Sided COIN  by Kelley Vlahos
Israel's Man of Conscience  by Ezra Nawi

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Analysis: US Role in Iraq Doesn't End Just Yet

Former CIA Officer Charged in Algiers Rape

US: Key in Afghanistan Economy, Not Military

US Spy Says Just Followed Orders in Italy Kidnap

Think Tank: Britain Can No Longer Afford to Be a Mini-US

Pentagon Mulls Easing 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Law

International Court Under Unusual Fire

Today in Iraq

Iraq Begins Major Oil and Gas Auction

British Army Faces 20 More Abuse Claims From Iraqi Civilians

Iraq's 'Milestone' Day Marred by Fatal Blast

Tuesday: 4 US Soldiers, 36 Iraqis Killed; 97 Iraqis Wounded
US Military

National Guard to Seek Volunteers for Border

US to Provide More Police, Staff to UN Army


Zelaya, Defying Coup, Plans Return to Honduras

US Troops Stay Put in Honduras

Honduran General Who Led Coup Says He Tried to Avoid It

Honduran Teachers Begin Strike Seeking Return of Zelaya Gov't

After Losing Honduras, Ousted Leader Wins International Support

North Korea

Treasury Cracks Down on Firm Linked to North Korea

Source: Suspected North Korean Ship Changes Course

Second Thoughts on North Korea's Inscrutable Ship


Somali Militia to Target Kenya and Ethiopia

Over 170,000 Somalis Uprooted by Clashes in Capital Since May, UN Reports


Dozens Killed in Clash, Bombing, Airstrikes in Afghanistan

Afghan Minister Seeks End to Private 'Militias'

Stalemate in Afghan Ghost Town Shows Task Ahead


Warplanes Pound Militant Positions in North Waziristan


Iran Seeks to Close Door on Further Protests

Ahmadinejad Calls His Election Victory Defeat for Iran Foes

Iranians Take Risks to Upload Their Dissent Online

Israel Attempts to Stop S-300 Air Defense Supplies to Iran


Israeli Military Dismisses Gaza Report

Privately Run Checkpoint Stops Palestinians With 'Too Much Food'

Fatah, Hamas Fail to Reconcile


China Delays Internet Filter Plan

UN Chief to Visit Myanmar to Break Junta Standoff

Ex-Bureaucrat Details Secret US Nuke Pact With Japan

In Other News

Russia, Georgia to Resume Talks

Georgia: Monitors of Truce With Russia Withdraw

In Other News

First Couple's Dynasty on Line in Argentina Vote

Military Ghost Rises Again in Coup-Prone Turkey


Justin Raimondo
History Haunts Honduras

Nebojsa Malic

Kelley B. Vlahos
'X-File' Vet May Be Link to Burn-Pit Truth

Alan Bock
The Timid Emperor

Ivan Eland
Is Barack Obama's Realism Better than George W. Bush's Idealism?

Philip Giraldi
Stay Out of Iran's Evolutionary Process

Charles V. Peņa
The Trouble With Nuclear Abolition

David R. Henderson
Obama's Baby Steps

Edouard Husson
The Virtues of Gorbachevism

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

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