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Updated December 20, 2010 - 11:29 PM EST

Biden Says Assange Is a 'High Tech Terrorist'

  US Weighs Legal Action Against WikiLeaks
UN Security Council Split Over Koreas
  South Korea Officials Say Live-Fire Drill to Go Ahead
  North Korea Agrees to Return of UN Nuclear Inspectors
Biden: US in Region to Prop Up Pakistan
  Drone Attacks: Innocent Until Targeted
Iraq Govt Formation Hits Snags as Disputes Grow
  US Political Plan Gets Left Behind in Iraq
  Cleric's Anti-US Forces Poised for Gains in Iraq
Contractors Behaving Badly: Headaches for US
  More Examples of Contractor Headaches at a Glance
Fate of START Treaty Remains Up in the Air
Tehran Softens Its Rhetoric in Nuclear Dispute
Things We Shouldn't Have Had to Learn From WikiLeaks  by Alan Bock
Deceit and Truth Are Feeding Resistance to US Militarism  by Kevin Zeese
Starved of Truth: The Assonance of Atrocity in the Afghan War 'Review'  by Chris Floyd
Now Comes Don't Read, Don't Tell  by Mark Prendergast, Stars & Stripes
The Great Fear  by Max Blumenthal and Tom Engelhardt
Ship of Fools 2  by Uri Avnery

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'I Was Told by Police That I Could Be Arrested. It Was Terrifying'
Kent State Shootings: Does Former Informant Hold the Key to the May 4 Mystery?
Rep. King: I'll Hold Hearings on Muslims
With Gay Ban Debate Over, Military Impact in Doubt
Israel Rally: 'Arabs Dating Our Sisters'
Ex-Soldier Talks About Slaying of Iraqi Family
US Diplomats Confront Black Market for Nuclear Bomb Material
A Holiday Sampler of What WikiLeaks Reveals About the US
Under the US Supreme Court: WikiLeaks, the Espionage Act and the Media
WikiLeaks: Careful When Shooting the Messenger
WikiLeaks, a Napster-Style Internet Gamechanger for 2010
WikiLeaks Application Hits Iphone, Ipod Touch, Ipad
Abbas Holds Rare Meeting With Israeli Lawmakers
Netanyahu: Peace Process Deadlock Not the Reason for Criticism of Israel
Human Rights Group Condemns Israel's 'Discriminatory' Policies
Group: Palestinian Communities Stifled by Israel
US Woman's Body Found in Jerusalem-Beit Shemesh Area
Palestinian Minister Makes Business Pitch in Japan
Israeli Air Force Sonic Booms Ignite Crocodiles' Sex Drives
Christians in Iraq Lose Faith in State Protection
Iraqi Kurds Protest Against New Anti-Demonstration Law
Iraq PM to Name Cabinet, Delay Security Posts
Iraqiya Coalition to Present Its Government Candidates, to Include 11 Ministers
Saddam Half-Brother Apologizes to Iraqi People
Sunday: 15 Iraqis Killed, 8 Wounded
Gas Prices Soar in Iran as Subsidy Is Reduced
Iran Parliament Committee Votes to Cut Ties With UK
Iran Forces on Alert as Economic 'Surgery' Begins
Ex-Iranian FM Criticizes President for Sacking Him
Middle East
Obama Urges Israel and Turkey to 'Do Everything' to Repair Ties
WikiLeaks Cables: Egypt 'Turned Down' Black-Market Nuclear Weapons Deal
Mubarak Blames Israel for Mideast Peace Crisis
New Zealand
WikiLeaks: Americans Frustrated With NZ Foreign Policy
Disgraced New Zealand Public Servant Revealed as US Informant
The War at Home
Controversial Genocide Resolution May Hit Floor of House in Final Days
Biden Says US to Be Out of Afghanistan by 2014
Suicide Bombers Kill 5 in Northern Afghanistan
Matthew Hoh's Afghanistan: An Insider Talks
Afghan Official: Daylong Firefight in North Over
Stryker Witnesses Shared Jail Cell in Afghanistan
US Soldier in Afghanistan Gets $16,000 AT&T Bill
North Puts Artillery on Live-Fire Alert
South Korea Island Residents Told to Move to Bunkers
Seoul Undertakes Effort to Measure North Korea's Longevity
Chinese Envoy Arrives in Taiwan for Talks
WikiLeaks: China Pays Nepal to Arrest Tibetans
China Counters US Criticism of Pakistan
WikiLeaks Wraps China and Nepal Maoists, Chinese Reaction Awaited
Kremlin to Pitch Fighters, Nuclear Deal in India

Leaked Cables Reveal Feigned US Neutrality on Kashmir

Thousands Try to Storm Govt Building in Belarus
Lukashenko Wins Belarus Election, Police Beat Opposition
Belarus Opposition Claims Poll Was 'Rigged'
Stockholm Bomber: Banned Extremists Recruit Near Taimur Abdulwahab Al-Abdaly's Luton Home
Germany: Under-Fire Westerwelle Insists He Will Stay on as FDP Leader
Ivory Coast
UN Refuses to Pull Troops From Ivory Coast
Leave UN Troops Alone, Ban Ki-Moon Warns Ivorians
US Orders Nearly All Personnel Out of Ivory Coast
UN: Reports of Abductions in Ivory Coast Grow
Somali Militia Abandons Key Positions to the Shabab
Eritrean President Fears US Plans to Kill Him - Cable
Sudan Would Become Islamic if South Secedes, Leader Says
Chavez 'Would Expel US Ambassador'
WikiLeaks Archive: Private Tie in Rohrabacher's Trip to Honduras
Air India Inquiry: Canada Treated Victims as Adversaries, CSIS, RCMP Failed

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WikiLeaks on Cuba:
US Undermines Dissidents

Ran HaCohen
Racism, Rabbinical and Otherwise

Nebojsa Malic
Boss Snake's Mafia State

Philip Giraldi
Beltway Bunkum

Ivan Eland
Carrots Likely Better Than Sticks in Iran Dealings

Kelley B. Vlahos
Aldous Huxley Would Be Proud

David R. Henderson
Adm. Mullen's Spinning vs. Prof. Hayek's Insight

Charles V. Peņa
TSA: Theater Security Administration

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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