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Updated December 7, 2009 - 11:08 PM EST
No Firm Plans for a US Exit in Afghanistan
  McChrystal's Afghanistan Plan Stays Mainly Intact
  Clinton Expresses Doubts on Taliban Reconciliation Talks
  $10 Million Is Smuggled Out of Afghanistan Daily, Official Says

47 Killed in Latest Pakistan Bombings

    Gates: US Will Not Pursue Taliban in Pakistan
  Clinton Says Pakistanis Now See a Growing Threat
US to Launch New Bid to Hunt Down bin Laden
  Jones: Bin Laden Still Spends Time in Afghanistan

Tens of Thousands Protest in Iran, Battling Police

  Despite Acrimony, Iran Won’t Abandon NPT
  Obama Security Adviser: Picture Not Good on Iran
Report: Iraqi Parliament Reaches Election Law Deal
Israel Slips the Snare of 'Particular Concern'  by Kevin Mink
Obama's Afghan Policy as Dangerously Unhinged as Bush's  by Sean Collins
Savvy to a Fault: Coming to Terms With Imperial Power  by Chris Floyd
Preaching Peace, Flexing Muscle  by Eric Margolis
Republican Doves Are Hatching  by James Antle
The President Who Betrayed His Reform Agenda  by Lawrence Martin

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Timeline: The Search for bin Laden
Is Erik Prince 'Graymailing' the US Government?
US Admits It Has No Idea of bin Laden's Whereabouts
Feingold: Hill Opposition Will Increase Over Afghan War
Millions' Worth of Gear Left in Iraq
Spy Vs. Spy on Facebook
Yemen Teeters on Brink of Failure
Military Confidentiality Rules Raise Counseling Questions
Mental Health Teams Embedding to Fight Stress
Gunmen Kill 4 Iraqi Policemen at Checkpoint
Sahwa Fighter Killed, Three Wounded Near Kirkuk
Kirkuk, Iraq's Simmering Melting Pot
Kurdish Boy Who 'Died' in Halabja Gas Attack Is Reunited With His Mother
US Applauds Iraq Plans for Parliamentary Elections
50kg of TNT, 12 Cannon Balls Found in Abu Ghraib
Sunday: 8 Iraqis Killed, 20 Wounded
Iran Chokes Off Internet on Eve of Student Rallies
Iran Opposition Leader Says Reform Movement Alive
Mothers Arrested Before Opposition Rally in Iran
Ahmadinejad Is Best 'US Recruiter' in Gulf, Says Petraeus
France Urges Firmer Sanctions on Iran
Report: Yemen Refuses to Receive Iran's Foreign Minister
Report: Hamas Gives Israel Two Days to Accept Shalit Deal
Egypt Says Israel Stalling on Prisoner Swap
West Bank Settlers Step Up Resistance to Freeze
Netanyahu: Building Halt Proves Israel Wants Peace
Israel: EU Initiative to Support Division of Jerusalem 'Dangerous'
Settlers Torch Palestinian Property, Uproot Trees
World Bank Gives Palestinian Authority $64 Million
Middle East
Lebanon's Palestinians: Refugees for Life
Egypt Detains 10 Senior Muslim Brotherhood Members
Jordan Urges EU to Oppose Israeli Settlements in Jerusalem
Both Candidates Claim Victory in Romania Race
Liberals Plan to Overturn Swiss Minaret Ban
Bolivia's Morales Headed to Easy Reelection
Karzai Urges Flexibility for US Troop Timeline
Obama Aide: July 2011 Afghan Pullout Not 'A Cliff'
Contractor Hirings in Afghanistan to Emphasize Locals
Washington Democrats Not Sold on Obama's War Decision
US Service Member Killed in Eastern Afghanistan
Gates Rejects Idea That Transition Date Emboldens Taliban
Afghan Women Writing for Change
Human Rights Watch: Afghan Women Among Worst Off in World
Turkish PM: No Additional Troops for Afghanistan
George McGovern: Obama Making 'A Dreadful Mistake' on Afghanistan
Gates: Pakistan Now Putting Pressure on Taliban
Pakistan Police Arrest Gang Accused in Bombings
Two Anti-Taliban Elders Killed in Bajaur Blast
Pakistan: 1 Militant Killed, 5 Held Near Peshawar
Sri Lanka
New Tamil Group People's Liberation Army Vows to Start a Fresh War
US Report on Sri Lanka Urges New Approach
Philippine Troops Arrest Dozens Under Martial Law
Philippine Massacre Suspects Face Rebellion Raps
Maoists Call General Strike Across Nepal
US Envoy Stops in South Korea En Route to North Korea
Somali Govt Replaces Top Security Officials
Pirate Payoffs Feed Big-Money Lifestyle in Somalia
Sudan Bans Opposition Rally, Warns Protesters
Angry Algerians Take to the Streets

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US Foreign Policy and the Cult of 'Expertise'

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Trial and Error

Kelley B. Vlahos
Jailed Mom Symbolizes the Rot of War

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Fool Me Twice

Ivan Eland
Pay for the War, or Just Call It Off?

David R. Henderson
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More Sanctions, More Insanity

Ran HaCohen
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Alan Bock
Independence, Empire Don't Mesh

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