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Iraq’s Outcome: Stalemate or Unlikely Coalition?
  Maliki Demands Baghdad Recount, Claims Fraud
McChrystal: Kandahar Invasion Already Started
  Soaring IED Attacks in Afghanistan Stymie US Counteroffensive
  Taliban Retaliates to Counter US in Afghanistan
Mideast Talks Stall as Netanyahu Snubs Clinton
  Israel Is Empowering al-Qaeda, Petraeus Warns
  Obama Shrugs Off Israel 'Disagreement'
  Fatah Leader to Hamas: Join Forces Against Israel
US: Drone 'Killed Key al-Qaeda Man' in Pakistan
  North Waziristan Taliban Pledge Adherence to Govt Accord
Iran Offers New Uranium Exchange Proposal
  Obama: Iran With Nukes Could Trigger Arms Race
Officials Warned 9/11 Panel 'Not to Cross Line'
  Why Did CIA Keep Hijacker Info From FBI?
  Recent Cases Show Challenge of US Terrorists
  GAO: Body Scanners May Not Have Thwarted Christmas Day Bombing
  Yemen-American Imam Calls for US Muslim Revolt
Pentagon Sees Threat From Online Muckrakers
Turkey PM May Deport 100,000 Armenians Over US Vote
The Truth About US and Israeli Interests Comes Out  by William Pfaff
Obama Threatens to Veto Greater Intelligence Oversight  by Glenn Greenwald
UnPACking AIPAC's White House Slam, Israeli-Style  by Marsha B. Cohen
Netanyahu: Serial Obstructionist  by Rachel Tabachnick
Haitian-Building  by Roger D. McGrath
Elections Don't Justify Iraq War  by Amitabh Pal

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A Dagger to the CIA
Brown Admits Slip in Evidence to Iraq Probe
EU Selling Torture Equipment
'Day of Rage' Engulfs Palestine
Into the Terrifying World of Pakistan's 'Disappeared'
Kyrgyzstan Unveils US Military Training Base Plan
Moderate Pro-Israel Lobby Energized by Tougher White House Rhetoric
Two Accused of Taking Bribes in UN Contract Deal With US Company

'War on Terror'

US Military: Goal Still to Capture bin Laden Alive
Would US Forces Kill or Capture bin Laden?
Federal Protective Service Says Security Improved at Government Facilities
Americans Suspected of Terror-Related Activities
China: Door of Diplomacy Still Open on Iran's Nuclear Program
Lawmaker Seeks New Sanctions on Iran Before May
Iran and Pakistan Sign 'Historic' Pipeline Deal
Iraqi Election Results Pointing Up the Country's Deep Divides
Study: Iraq Needs US Help to Beat Huge Refugee Crisis
Bomb Wounds Six Persons in Baghdad
Wednesday: 3 Iraqis Killed, 14 Wounded
US Mulls Own Plan for Mideast Talks
'Timing of East Jerusalem Announcement Was a Technical Mishap'
With Subtle Shift in Nuance, Hillary Clinton Reiterates US Stance on Israel
UN Rights Chief Says Gaza War Probes Inadequate
Israel Lifts Closure of West Bank as Tensions Calm
Abbas: Israel Must Stop East Jerusalem Construction
Palestinians, Israeli Riot Police Clash
Israel Reopens al-Aqsa Mosque Compound After Jerusalem Riots
Inside the Town That Will Test Obama to the Limit
Netanyahu's Brother-In-Law Claims Obama an Anti-Semite
French Media Slam Israel's 'Repeated Provocations'
Yemen Houthi Rebels Free Scores of Prisoners
Yemen Ups Oil Sector Security on al-Qaeda Attack Fears
Middle East
Iran and Syria Look to Closer Ties
Jordan's Abdullah: Israel Trying to Rid Jerusalem of Arabs
Colombia Voters Elect Political Novices With Possible Links to Death Squads
Cuban Security Agents Break Up Protest March
Work to Cease on 'Virtual Fence' Along US-Mexico Border
Marjah Residents Take Stock After Offensive
Creditor Countries Cancel Afghanistan's Debt
Taliban Fight in Afghan Town With Fear Campaign
Taliban Harness Power of the Web
US Missile Strikes Kill 10 in Pakistan
CIA Director Says Secret Attacks in Pakistan Have Hobbled al-Qaeda
Americans Charged With Terror in Pakistan Could Face Life
Five Security Men Killed in Khyber Check-Post Attack
Five Die in Quetta Violence
Wanted Swat Taliban Leaders Killed
Americans Have Direct Access to Taliban No. 2
US to Provide Cobra Chopper Parts to Pakistan
North Korea 'Now Has 1000 Missiles', South Korea Says
US: North Korea's Kim to Die by 2013
Kyrgyz Protesters Threaten to Oust President
Change Comes to Myanmar, but Only on the Junta's Terms
US Forces Suspected in New Hit-and-Run in Japan
Thousands Protest in Ukraine Against Russian Language Moves
Medvedev: Russia Must Tap Arctic Resources
Basque Separatist Group ETA Blamed in French Officer's Death
Belarus Police Raid Home of Government Critic
Official Commission: Dresden Bombing Killed Only 25,000
Militant Islamic Group Tightens Grip Over Southern Somalia
Three Killed in Mogadishu Fighting
UN Council Wants Probe of Somalia Aid Diversion
Machete Attack on Nigeria Village Kills at Least 13
New Sectarian Slaughter Rocks Nigeria
Nigeria's Acting President Dissolves Cabinet
Suspicion of Arson at Royal Tombs Fuels Deadly Clashes in Uganda
One Year After Coup, AU Slaps Madagascar With Sanctions

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Israel vs. America: Breaking Up Is Hard to Do

Philip Giraldi
Some Rogue Regimes Are Less Rogue Than Others

Ivan Eland
Making Unneeded Enemies in Somalia

Kelley B. Vlahos
Do We Want Our 'Government in a Box'?

Alan Bock
Down the Rabbit Hole in Afghanistan

Charles V. Peņa
The Nuclear Double Standard

Nebojsa Malic
The Show Goes On

David R. Henderson
The Left-Right Conference on War

Ran HaCohen
Fascism Needs an Enemy

Edouard Husson
The Virtues of Gorbachevism

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