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Updated November 10, 2009 - 11:24 PM EST

Bomb Kills at Least 34 in Pakistan Market

White House: No Decision Yet on Afghanistan

  ISAF: One Soldier, 130 Taliban Killed in Afghanistan
Iraq's Election Law Sidesteps Kirkuk Question
  Monday: 3 GIs, 4 Iraqis Killed; 13 Iraqis Wounded
US to Give Iran 'Space' to Mull Uranium Deal
  US 'Hikers' Face Espionage Charges in Iran
Fort Hood Shooting Renews Anti-Muslim Vitriol

Suspect in Ft. Hood Shootings Will Be Tried in Military Court

US Plans Nuclear Talks With North Korea

Netanyahu 'Serious' About Peace Process
Yemeni Rebels Claim Downing of Saudi Warplane
Afghanistan's Sham Army
by Chris Hedges
Is Iran Supporting the Insurgency in Afghanistan?  by Chris Zambelis
Rejecting the Idea of 'National Defense'  by Wendy McElroy
Blazing Afghanistan  by Jeff Huber
Why We Must Leave Afghanistan
The Independent on Sunday (UK)
Obama Fails to Reset Foreign Policy  by Melvin A. Goodman

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Rights Groups: Obama's Terrorism Courts 'Fatally Flawed'

Two Koreas in Brief Naval Clash, No Casualties

Lebanon Premier Unveils New Cabinet With Hezbollah

Tensions Grow as Chávez Masses Troops on Colombian Border

Electricity for Americans From Russia's Old Nuclear Weapons

Fort Hood Killings

Lieberman: Army Must Have Zero Tolerance for Muslim Extremists

Fort Hood Gunman Attended 'Radical' Mosque Eight Years Ago

'Devout Muslim' Fort Hood Shooter Frequented Local Strip Club

Fort Hood Shooter Likely Acted Alone

Fort Hood Gunman Gave Signals Before His Rampage

Falls Church Mosque Condemns Ft. Hood Shooting, Radical Imam

At Fort Hood, Some Violence Is Too Familiar

Ft. Hood Suspect Warned of Threats Within the Ranks

Complications Grow for Muslims Serving in US Military

'War on Terror'
Guantánamo Conditions 'Deteriorate'

UK Internet Surveillance Plan to Go Ahead

Amidst Growing Call for Criminal Investigation, Torture Memos Author John Yoo Withdraws From Federalist Society Panel


In Iraq, Tensions Bubble Inside and Outside an Iranian Exile Camp

UK Soldier 'Too Afraid to Tell Truth' on Iraqi Death Incident

Women Ascend to Iraq's Elite Police Officer Corps

Monday: 3 GIs, 4 Iraqis Killed; 13 Iraqis Wounded

Riyadh Ups the Ante by Joining Yemen War

Analysts See 'Strong Message' in Saudi Strikes on Northern Yemen

Yemen Rebels Routed, Saudi Arabia Says


Troops in Afghanistan Fight Swine Flu Amid War

Taliban Prisoners on Hunger Strike in Kandahar

Britain Reportedly Urges Karzai to Make Peace With Taliban

EU, Germany Urge Kabul Government to Build Trust, Fight Corruption

For Taliban Fighters, a Fading Memorial


Police: Suicide Bomber Kills 3 in Pakistan

Al-Qaeda Camps Smaller, Harder to Target


India Buys Israeli Air Defenses for $1.1 Billion

Dalai Lama Talks Peace as 30,000 Attend Meeting in Eastern India

India Limits Media on Contentious Dalai Lama Trip


China Executes 9 Suspects Over July Ethnic Riots

North Korea's Reclusive Dictator 'Has Six Luxurious Armored Trains'
Obama Provokes Palestinian Anger by Inviting Netanyahu to White House

UN: Gaza Needs Construction Material Before Winter

Israeli FM Warns European Nations Against Muslim Plots

Clinton Has 'Productive Meeting' With Egypt on Mideast Peace Process

West Bank Rabbi: Jews Can Kill Gentiles Who Threaten Israel

Future of Palestinian Authority Is in Question


Civilians Killed in Fresh Mogadishu Clashes

Fear and Secrecy Cloak Eritrea, Africa's Hermit Nation


Justin Raimondo
The War at Home

Kelley B. Vlahos
90,000 Casualties, but Who's Counting?

Nebojsa Malic
Resurrecting the Caliphate

Charles V. Peņa
The Clock Is Ticking

Philip Giraldi
A Manifesto for X Street

Ivan Eland
Knocking Our Heads Against a Wall in Palestine

David R. Henderson
An Evening With Cindy Sheehan

Ran HaCohen
Fascism Needs an Enemy

Alan Bock
Independence, Empire Don't Mesh

Edouard Husson
The Virtues of Gorbachevism

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