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Obama Signs Law Blocking Gitmo Closure
Pentagon Seeks $120 Billion More for Wars
  Can the Pentagon Hold Off the Deficit Hawks?
  Gates’ Pentagon Cuts That Aren’t
DoJ Subpoenas Twitter Over WikiLeaks Activists
  Clegg Admits Defeat: UK Control Orders to Remain in All But Name
  A Terrorism Trial in the US Neglected by the Media
  Parcel Sent to Napolitano Ignites in Post Office
Key Party Rejoins Pakistani Coalition Govt
  US to Offer Billions More to Pakistan
  US Drone Strike Kills at Least 6 in North Waziristan
Israeli Troops Kill Sleeping Elderly Palestinian
  Israeli Soldier Killed by 'Friendly Fire'
  Chile Recognizes Independent Palestinian State
Sadr: Resist 'Occupier,' Support New Iraqi Govt
  Iraq: With Sadr In, Is the US Out?
  Uncertainty Reigns as Baghdad Enters New Era
  How the US Let al-Qaeda Get Its Hands on an Iraqi Weapons Factory
Al-Qaeda Gunmen Kill 17 Soldiers in Yemen
Afghanistan: War of Choice, Not Necessity  by Sheldon Richman
Israel's Attempt to Blame Victim Fails  by MJ Rosenberg
Did the US Government Misuse Science to Justify Torture?  by David Biello
Tea Party Challenge  by Sean Scallon
Gates Swimming Against the Tide  by Christopher Preble
The Man Who Spilled the Secrets  by Sarah Ellison

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Obama Takes a Syrian Gamble
Report: Govt Cover-Up in 1972 N. Ireland Bombing
US Relocates Some People Named in WikiLeaks Cables
Gates Goes After Military Health Care
Army Sergeant Faces Court-Martial in Afghan Killings
Assange Autobiography Set for April 2011 Release

4,000 Attend Funeral for Mistakenly Killed Hebron Man

IDF Says It Regrets Killing Civilian in Hebron Raid, but Defends Operation
Israeli Soldier Killed, 4 Wounded in Firefight on Gaza Border
Israeli Anti-Missile System Faces Fire at Home and Delays in US Funding
New Israeli Military Technology Speeds Up Warfare
Israeli Forces Demolish East Jerusalem Home
Netanyahu to Propose Doubling Haredi Draft
Settlers: Netanyahu Worse Than Olmert
Former US Envoy: US Can't Save Israel From Itself
At Friday Prayer, Followers Yearn for a Glimpse of Moktada al-Sadr
Maliki, Allawi Meet at Jaafari's House
Model Security Shows Mainstream Move of Iraq's Sadr
Opinion Sharply Divided on Sadr's Return to Iraq
Kurdish Rebels in Northern Iraq: Video
Police: Iraqi Family Slain in Predawn Attack
2 Soldiers, Woman Wounded in IED Blast Near Mosul
Friday: 8 Iraqis Killed, 4 Wounded
EU to Reject Iran's Invitation
US: No Record of American Woman Said Held by Iran
Iran Will Not Make A-Bomb Before 2015, Says Outgoing Mossad Boss
After Blast in Egypt, Many Deride Their Church as Too Timid
Egyptian Blogger's Video of Rally in Cairo
Prosecutor Orders Arrest of Former Colombian Intelligence Chief
US Military
Sen. Webb Decries Army's 'Flawed' History of Controversial Wanat Battle
Winners and Losers as Pentagon Outlines Cuts
Former Blackwater Affiliate Scores US Contract
Pros and Cons of Potential Africom HQ Locations
F-35 Production Frozen Due to Cutbacks
AWOL Two Years, Fort Riley Soldier Seeks Return to US
Weekend Reviews
Playing by the Rules
The Last American Caesars
Phil Ochs: There but for Fortune
Phil Ochs Lives!
A Moving Tribute to a Complicated Singer
Professor, Veteran Examines Forces Exerted on American Policy
Who Assassinated Iraqi Academics?
Magic and Mayhem: The Delusions of American Foreign Policy From Korea to Afghanistan
Afghan Suicide Bomber Kills 17 in Bath House
Gear Cuts Aside, More Marines Head to Afghanistan
Dutch Announce Proposed New Afghanistan Mission
Army Court Won't Make Afghan Corpse Photos Public
The General Wants Back Into His Labyrinth: An Interview With Pervez Musharraf
Sufism Under Attack in Pakistan: Video
Tribal Clashes Uproot Thousands in NE India
India Confirms Secret Talks With Pakistan Over Onions
South Korea, US Troops Lower Alert Status
Questions About Kim Jong-Un's Rise in North Korea
China Proposes Huge Investment in North Korea
Gates Tries to Improve Military Ties With China
Gates Packs Familiar List of Issues for Beijing
China's Military Seems to Have a New Attitude: Lots of Chutzpah
China's Development of Stealth Fighter Takes US by Surprise
Twenty Hurt as Muslim Sects Clash Over Mosque in Bangladesh

Vietnam Media: US Diplomat Shoved Local Official

For Southern Sudan, a Historic Vote for Independence
With Oil-Rich Southern Sudan to Split, North Sees Uncertainty
Kerry: Darfur Integral to Better US-Sudan Ties
Rioting Spreads Across Tunisia; Unrest Also Reported in Algeria
US Expresses Concern to Tunis Over Protests
Ghana President Says 'No' to Troops in Ivory Coast
Nigeria FBI Links al-Qaeda to Abuja Blasts
Gunmen Kidnap Two Westerners in Niger
Mali: French Embassy Attack Was Isolated Incident
7 Out of 10 Zimbabweans Fear Political Violence
Under Pressure, Hungary Softens Tone on Its Media Law
Clinton Condemns Belarus Crackdown, Meets Activists
WikiLeaks Cables Cited in Tale of Sunken Treasure
'War on Terror'
US Seeks Life in Prison for Ex-Guantanamo Detainee
Security Threat Level for London Raised to 'Severe'
Report: UK Govt Warns Aviation Industry of Threat
Former Gitmo Inmate Drops Australian Govt Lawsuit
Canadian Sentenced for Perjury in Terrorism Case
California Man Gets Prison for Illegal Work as Yemeni Agent

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Rand Paul, Eugene McCarthy, and the 'Values of the Hills and Hollows'

Philip Giraldi
Law and Disorder

Ivan Eland
Tea Party Should Emulate Clinton, Not Reagan

Kelley B. Vlahos
WikiLeaks Highlights Drug War Mission Creep

Nebojsa Malic
Moments of Revelation

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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