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Updated January 4, 2011 - 10:58 PM EST
NATO: No Winter Lull in Afghanistan This Year
  How Afghanistan Became a War for NATO

Afghan Peace Delegation Heads for Pakistan Talks

Pakistani Governor Assassinated in Islamabad

  Pakistani Govt Announces Deal With Pro-Musharraf Bloc
  18 Months Later, Pakistan to Begin Sufi Muhammad Trial
Two US Soldiers Die in Iraq Combat
Netanyahu: Obama Stopped Settlement Freeze

UK Consulate Employees in Jerusalem Arrested in Terror Attack Plan


German Paper: Israel Gears Up for Iran Attack

Iran Invites Officials for Nuclear Tour Ahead of Talks

US Military Aid Is Available for Hire in Yemen

Why El País Chose to Publish the Leaks  by Javier Moreno
Obama Should Read WikiLeaks on Afghanistan  by Ray McGovern
Another Apple Falls From the WikiLeaks Tree  by Leslie Harris
Why WikiLeaks Leaks Matter  by Sheldon Richman
Dying for What in Afghanistan?  by Doug Bandow
Raise Your Voices, Protest, Stop These Wars  by Ron Kovic

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Leaks to AIPAC Said to Be 'Common'

Obama May Bypass Guantánamo Rules, Aides Say

German Military to End Conscription

Military Consultant Found Dead in Delaware Landfill

Demise of Iraqi Water Park Illustrates Limitations, Abuse of US Funding Program
US-Funded Infrastructure Deteriorates Once Under Afghan Control, Report Says

Survivor of Iraqi Church Siege Killed in Robbery

Archaeology Resumes in War-Ravaged Iraq

A Tour of Iraq's Ancient Sites

Suicide Car Bomb Kills 1 in Iraq

Monday: 2 US Soldiers, 13 Iraqis Killed; 32 Iraqis Wounded


'Nuclear Defector' Shahram Amiri Tortured in Iran?

US Denies Iran Shot Down Spy Planes Over Gulf


Facing WikiLeaks Threat, Bank of America Plays Defense

Judith Miller: Julian Assange Is a 'Bad Journalist'

US Military

US Diplomats Pushed Boeing Deals

Military Kids Taking More Psychiatric Drugs


Nearly 4 Million Sudanese to Vote in Referendum

Nigeria Invites US, Israeli Experts for Bombing

African Leaders Fail to Resolve Ivory Coast Standoff

Declaring Victory in Somalia

In Other News

Egyptian State Security Breaks Up Vigil Mourning Church Attack

Greece Plans Fence on Turkish Border

Russian Opposition Members Protest Arrests of Their Leaders

Colombia: Army Major and 4 Soldiers Are Accused of Killing Civilians and Claiming They Were Guerrillas

Afghan Panel to Reassess Fall Votes

US General: Deal With Tribe in Taliban Bastion

Police: Bomb Kills Civilian in West Afghanistan


In Pakistan, Drones Hunted Down Only 20 'High Value' Targets

US Plays Down Impact of Pakistan Crisis

Pakistani President Vows Support for Embattled PM


Israeli Army Doubts Protester Death Report

Israel's Labor: We'll Quit if No Progress to Peace

Israelis Spying on New Irish Gaza Blockade Ship

South Asian Aid Convoy Arrives in Gaza


French Trial for 8 Suspects in Terror Finance Ring

French Spy Service Bulks Up

France's Pain Over Algeria Reawakens With 2 New Films


Taiwan's Surveillance Role for US in Doubt

China Boasts Breakthrough in Nuclear Technology

China's Next President 'Redder Than the Red'


S. Korea Talks Tough but Opens Door to Diplomacy

Japan Seeks Military Pact With South Korea


Justin Raimondo
Predictions, 2011

Kelley B. Vlahos
WikiLeaks Highlights Drug War Mission Creep

Nebojsa Malic
Moments of Revelation

Philip Giraldi
Will 2011 Become 1848?

Ivan Eland
Extending Nuclear Umbrella Is a Bad Idea

Ran HaCohen
Racism, Rabbinical and Otherwise

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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