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Updated November 21, 2009 - 11:20 PM EST
Gates: US Ready for Quick Afghan Escalation
  Afghan Governor Turned 3,000 Men Over to Taliban
  Gates: US May Withhold Aid From Afghanistan Over Corruption
  Pelosi Calls Karzai 'Unworthy Partner'
  For a Nation With Doubts on War, Afghan Strategy Is a Conundrum
Iran to Hold War Games to Protect Nuclear Sites
  IAEA Hopes to Rescue Enrichment Deal With Iran
  6 World Powers Press Iran on Nuclear Issue
  Outlook for Tough Iran Sanctions Is Slim
Iraq Election Panel: January Vote 'Impossible'
  Much of Iraq Reconstruction Money Going to Waste
Stratcom Commander: New Nukes Needed
Obama Returns to Greater Middle East Mess
Terror Trials Are Our Defining Moment  by Leonard Pitts Jr.
Our Volunteer Army: Two Wars and Counting  by Murray Polner
The Israel Lobby, the Neocons, and the Iranian-American Community  by Muhammad Sahimi
Not Serious – This Time  by Daniel Levy
Should Obama Fire Gen. McChrystal?  by Ray McGovern
Obama's Extrajudicial Killers
by Nat Hentoff

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US to Drop Shooting Case Against Blackwater Guard
Top House Democrat Questions 9/11 Criminal Trials
US Drone Kills Eight in North Waziristan
Tawang, a Town With a Tale to Tell
Ill. Prison That Could Replace Gitmo Holds Promise for Job-Strapped Town
Britain Knew CIA Tortured Detainee
British Families Await Inquiry Into Conflict That Claimed Their Sons in Iraq
Fort Hood Killings
Lawyer: Hasan Hearing Saturday in Hospital
Pentagon Looking for Fort Hood Management Lapses
Hasan Had Intensified Contact With Cleric
Is Imam a Terror Recruiter or Just an Incendiary Preacher?
Eight Fort Hood Wounded Will Still Deploy to Afghanistan and Iraq
'War on Terror'
Media Leaks Complicating Lithuanian CIA Prison Probe, Says Official
New Links to Pakistani Military Alleged in Terror Probe
Lashkar-E Taiba Threat Revived After Chicago Arrest
Another Gitmo Detainee Wins in Federal Court
Canada: Tories Work to Undermine Diplomat Who Blew Whistle on Torture
Sears Tower Plot Leader Gets 13-Year Prison Term
US Military
Air Defense Push Inspired by 9/11 Gets a Second Look
Senators Pledge to Find Out How Local Soldier Was Killed in Iraq
In Indiana, Practice for 'Civilian Surge' in Afghanistan
Military Experiment Seeks to Predict PTSD
US Senate Puts Off Action on Military Ban on Gays
Lesbian US Soldier Wins Bid for Asylum in Canada
Kuwait-Based Military Contractor Wins Court Delay
Army Announces Review of How It Tests Body Armor
9 Injured as US Military Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Mali
UN Panel Condemns Iran for Post-Election Crackdown
Iran to Launch Satellite on Its Own by Late 2011
ElBaradei Advises West Not to Impose Sanctions on Iran
Iraq Cleric's Aide Urges End to Political Crisis
Kirkuk Governor Chief Guard Survives Attempt With Explosive Belt
In Iraq, a Blunt Civilian Is a Fixture by the General's Side
FIFA Suspends Iraq From World Soccer
'The Devil's Pipe Ruins the Soul of Prayer'
Friday: 1 US Sailor, 7 Iraqis Killed; 13 Iraqis Wounded
Soldiers' Mutiny Raises Concern in Israel
Assad Aide: Netanyahu Wants Talks Without Preconditions
Palestinian Panel to Sidestep Vote
Israel Halts Palestinian Soccer Stadium Construction in West Bank
Israel to Send First Warship to NATO Naval Force
Conflict Deepens Crisis in Yemen
Suicide Bomber Kills 17 in Afghanistan's Farah Province
Defense Chief Says US Will Examine Its Own Contracts in Hopes of Reducing Afghan Corruption
Afghan Police Are Weak Link in Security Force
UK: Afghan Govt Would Fall if NATO Withdraws
Police Say Afghan Lawmaker Survives Bombing
French Foreign Minister Visits Afghan Village
McCain Predicts Success in Afghanistan in 12-18 Months
Pakistan Demands US Share Afghan Blueprint
Zardari: War in FATA to 'Essentially Wipe Out Militancy'
150 Afghani Imams Among Thousands Nabbed in Mardan
'Explosives-Laden Mini Bus, Truck Could Soon Strike in Punjab'
As Singh's Visit Nears, Perceived US Missteps Worry India
Rebel Blast Derails Train in India, Killing 2
Hardline Hindus Target Indian TV Station
Bodies of Gunmen in Mumbai Attacks Remain Unburied
US Envoy Criticizes Coverage of Obama China Visit
Putin: 'I Can Always Find a Way to Agree' With Tymoshenko
Russia's Gorbachev Considers Political Comeback
Danish Politicians Want Stricter Checks on American Travelers
Albania Opposition Protests to Demand Vote Recount
British Lawyer Appointed Karadzic Standby Counsel
Croatia Border Deal With Slovenia Is Ratified
UK 'Sorry' for Shooting at 'Spanish Flag' Buoy
Somali Security Forces to Train in Uganda
Yemen: Somali Pirates Hijack Panamanian Cargo Ship
Six Dead After Suspected Colombian Rebels Burn Bus
Venezuela Blows Up Border Bridges With Colombia
Impassioned Debate on Cuba Travel Ban
Former US Official, Wife Admit to 30 Years of Spying for Cuba
Honduran Leader Says He'll Briefly Step Down
Honduras Regime Seeks to Disarm Citizens Ahead of Polls
Weekend Reviews
Daybreak: Undoing the Imperial Presidency and Forming a More Perfect Union
Jewish Directors Challenge Israel
The Child of Auschwitz's Kommandant

Justin Raimondo
The Gitmo Trial: Why Now?

Charles V. Peņa
More Sanctions, More Insanity

Philip Giraldi
Internet Under Siege

Ivan Eland
Civilian Trials for 9/11 Suspects Aren't Enough

Kelley B. Vlahos
Iraqi Christians Seek Return, Sense Extinction

Nebojsa Malic
Resurrecting the Caliphate

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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