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Updated February 20, 2010 - 9:58 PM EST
US Kills Your Child in Afghanistan: You Get $1500
  Afghan Push Went Beyond Traditional Military Goals
  US Marines Seize Taliban Headquarters, IDs, Photos
  Dutch Cabinet Collapses Over Afghan Talks
Suicide Teams Attack Pakistani Police Stations
  Pakistan Won't Hand Over Taliban Captives to US
  Officials Tout Death of Waziristan Warlord's Younger Brother
Ayatollah Khamenei: Iran Will Never Seek Nukes
  Russia Nixes Sanctions, but Says Iran's Noncooperation 'Very Alarming'
Main Sunni Party Drops Out of Iraq's Elections
  US General: Iraq May Get More Dangerous After Vote
  Curfew on Election Campaign in Northern Iraqi Province
Israel Tries to Downplay Growing Dubai Scandal
  Hamas: Suspects in Dubai Killing Include Fatah Men
Russia Raises Prospect of Missiles in Kaliningrad
  Report: US Missile Plans Holding Up Nuclear Treaty
Darfur Rebels Sign Truce Deal With Sudan
Justice Dept Formally Ends Anthrax Investigation
The Mount Vernon Statement  by Thomas R. Eddlem
Best and Brightest: From Vietnam to Palestine, George Ball Got It Right  by Jordan Michael Smith
Cheney's Response Demands a Special Prosecutor  by Jacob G. Hornberger
More Than Peanut Butter  by Andrew Bacevich
The Chalabi Factor in Iraq  by Robert Dreyfuss
Our Afghan 'Government in a Box'  by Terry Michael

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'Disgraced Soldier' Fights Trauma With Documentary
High Court to Revisit Terrorism Support Law
Obama's Top Justice Dept Official Overruled Finding of Misconduct for Torture Memo Authors
Just Who Are We Fighting in Marja?
More Cases of Military Corruption Connected to Iraq War
12 International Service Members Die in Week of Marjah Fighting
NATO Flabbergasted by Dutch Reaction to Troop Request
US Marines Dropped Behind Taliban Lines to Find Snipers
Afghan Police Deployed in Helmand Warzone
Inside Enemy Bunkers in Afghanistan
Possible Successors to Captured Taliban's No. 2
CIA's Influence Wanes in Afghanistan War
Military Launches Afghanistan Intelligence-Gathering Mission
In Marja, It's War the Old-Fashioned Way
Drones Play a Growing Role in Afghanistan
Afghan Challenger Abdullah Touts New Coalition
Whatever Happened to ... Now Zad, Afghanistan
Holbrooke Back in Kabul
Militant Group Vows Revenge Over Khyber Attack
In Pakistan Raid, Taliban Chief Was an Extra Prize
Pakistan Chief Justice: New Judges Appointed on Merit
China Says Obama-Dalai Talks 'Seriously Harm' US Ties
Rift Widens as US and China Pursue Conflicting Goals
North Korea Vows to Bolster Nuclear Force as Deterrent
US General: Okinawa Troops a Benefit, Not a Burden
Ukraine's Yanukovich Moves to Force Out Tymoshenko Government
Tymoshenko Claims 'Systemic' Fraud in Ukraine Vote Testimony
Two Killed, 37 Injured in Blast Spate in Ingushetia
More Than 17,000 Episodes of UK Troops Going AWOL Since 2003
Junta Tightens Control in Niger, Relaxes Security
Niger Capital Is Calm After Coup
Niger Coup Leader Silent on Election Timetable
African Union Condemns Niger Coup but America Blames Ousted Leader
Security Forces Kill Protesters in Ivory Coast
Somali PM Welcomes Accord With Pro-Govt Militia
Argentina Rules Out Military Action in Falklands
British Firms Could Be Hit in Revenge for Falklands Oil Drilling
Weekend Reviews
Avatar and Just War Theory
The Chicken or the Bomb
Mass Casualties: The Dark Underbelly of Occupation, an Army Medic's Account
'War on Terror'
British Secret Services Face Fresh Claim of Complicity in Torture
UK Called to Account Over Torture Allegations
John Ashcroft: Civilian Trials for Terrorists Have 'Use and Utility'
FBI Anthrax Case Investigative Summary (pdf)
In Austin Plane Crash, an Echo of Terrorism
Muslim Group Wants Government to Call Plane Attack Terrorism
Feds Arrest Three for Exporting Video Games to Paraguay to Finance Hezbollah
Andrew C. McCarthy, a Terrorism Prosecutor, Changes View
UK Police Seek Evidence From Guantanamo Detainee
Judge Rejects Claim Owhali Was Beaten
The War at Home
J Street: Criticism of Israel Does Not Make Us the Enemy
Beleaguered US to Blow Up Its Chemical Stockpiles
Military Relaxes Ban on Computer Flash Drives
Minneapolis Protest Demands Stop Attack on Marjah
Russia to Supply Iran With S-300 Defense Systems
Iran Launches First Locally Built Naval Destroyer
Iran's Supreme Leader Criticizes US Military Moves
Iranian Opposition Demoralized After Failed Protests at Revolution's Anniversary
Israel Urges World: Immediately Impose Sanctions on Iran
US Lawmaker Urges Iranian Gasoline Blockade
US Crude Hits $80 on Iran Worries
Panel Blacklists 8 Countries, Calls for Iran Sanctions
Child Leukemia in Iraq Triples, Nerve Agents Could Be to Blame
Iraq Election Dispute Cools Despite Suicide Car Bombing
Iraq Rejects Call to Abolish Death Penalty
Iraq: Hard Times in Sadr City (video)
Iraqi Prisoners on Hunger Strike at Basra Jail
Friday: 2 Iraqis Killed, 1 Wounded
Hamas Man Killed in Dubat
Israel Embassy Sets UK A-Twitter Over 'Second Dubai Hit'
Soul-Searching Within Israel at 'Amateurish' Operation
Israel Shrugs Off Calls for Arrest of Top Spy
Israeli Agents Go on PR Offensive
Al Mabhouh Suspects' Credit Cards Were in Fake Names
High Court Orders Israel to Speed Up Outpost Demolitions
Hundreds Mark 5th Year of Israel Barrier Protests
Bil'in Protesters Dismantle Section of West Bank Barrier
Massive Crowd Greets ElBaradei's Return to Cairo
Calls in Egypt for ElBaradei to Seek Presidency

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Israel Goes Rogue

Nebojsa Malic
The State That's Still A Lie

Kelley B. Vlahos
Confused about Tribunals? Ask a Military Lawyer

Philip Giraldi
Some Straight Thinking About Iran

Charles V. Peņa
Yet Another Energy and National Security Myth

Ivan Eland
American Arrogance Overseas Should End

David R. Henderson
Hail Christopher Preble

Ran HaCohen
Fascism Needs an Enemy

Alan Bock
Independence, Empire Don't Mesh

Edouard Husson
The Virtues of Gorbachevism

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