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More Conservatives Question Afghanistan War
  Tea Party Voters Worry About Afghan War Price Tag
  America Has 'Reached Point of No Return,' Reagan Budget Chief Warns
  Grover Norquist Decries Lack of Conservative Debate on Afghanistan
  Afghanistan: Survey Results of Conservatives
  Defense Contractors Insulated from Budget Cuts
Pakistan Warns US Against 'Great Game'
  Suicide Bombing in NW Pakistan Kills 20
  Suspected US Missile Strike Kills 4 in Pakistan
  Shadow Over Pakistan Security Grows
  Biden: Patience Wearing Thin on North Waziristan Invasion
Mortars From Afghanistan Kills 8 in Pakistan
  Six NATO Soldiers Killed Across Afghanistan
  Troubled US Afghan Projects Mushroom Despite Concerns
Biden in Iraq to Look at Extending War Past 2011
  Contours of a Large and Lasting US Presence in Iraq Taking Shape
Iran, US Prepare for 'Last Chance' Nuclear Talks
  Is the Iran Nuclear Standoff Heading Into a Holding Pattern?
  Israeli Army Chief Resisted DM's Calls to Attack Iran
Hezbollah Withdraws, Collapsing Lebanese Govt
  International Calls for Unity as Lebanese Govt Falls
Latin American Disappointment With US May Yield to Distrust
Middle East Peace, Not Process  by Daoud Kuttab
Clinton Gets It Wrong on Iran Sanctions  by Robert Dreyfuss
The Chinese Communists: The New Official Enemy?  by Jacob G. Hornberger
Darwin Was Right  by Fred Reed
America Alone  by Ted Galen Carpenter
The American Way of Torture  by Alexander Cockburn

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Clinton: Loughner Acted Politically
Despite Denials, Blackwater Still Working for US
American Teen Detained in Kuwait Says FBI Pressed Him
Japan Should Buy F-35 Stealth Fighters, US Says
Senators Say Military Cyber Ops Not Disclosed
CIA Gets Spooky With New Radio Commercials
Prosecutor: Ex-CIA Agent Lied About Militant Past
Pentagon Chaplains Skewed Towards Evangelicals
US Agencies Believe Iran's Nuclear Efforts Have Slowed
Iran: Istanbul Meeting a Chance to Settle Nuclear Dispute
Iran Rules Out Talks on Its 'Nuclear Dossier'
Iran Opposition Says Rulers 'Totalitarian'
Iran Deals Itself Into African Game
Pentagon: IEDs Killed 21,000 Iraqi Civilians 2005-2010
Maliki's New Government, Largest Government in Iraq's History
Kuwaiti Official Visits Iraq, a 20-Year First
Shi'ite Endowment's Employee Wounded in Baghdad
Summit on Iraq Sectarian Violence Opens in Denmark
Iraq Needs Billions to Meet Growing Housing Shortage
Blair Back Before Iraq Inquiry This Month
Wednesday: 3 Iraqis Killed, 4 Wounded
Gaza Militants Say to Halt Rocket Fire at Israel
Israel Demolishes West Bank Structures
US: Specific Claims Inhibit Mideast Peace Process
European Diplomats: Israeli Democracy in Danger
East Jerusalem Housing: Palestinian American Bid to Buy Jewish-Housing Builder Rejected
Divided You Will Fail, Loach Warns Palestinians
Paralyzed Palestinian Girl Given Israeli Residency
George Schultz Urges Obama to Free Pollard
Lacking Leverage, US Grasps for a Solution in Lebanon
Hariri Meeting Obama as Hezbollah Quits
US Decries Hezbollah's Withdrawal From Hariri's Government
Arab League: Lebanon at Risk of Civil War

Yemen Bars Citizens From Embassies Without Permit

Yemen and Turkey Deepen Ties With New Accords
Turkish Prime Minister Rejects Merkel Criticism on Cyprus Conflict
Middle East
Saudi Prince Clears Vulture of Spying for Israel
Clinton Arrives in Qatar Amid Criticism of Democracy Forum
Egypt Warns Hamas on Gaza Fire at Israel: Sources
Army Called in as Tunisian Protests Hit Capital
Tunisians Document Protests Online
Tunisian Interior Minister Sacked as Leaders Try to Calm Protests
Turnout in Southern Sudan Vote Passes 60 Percent
Ten Killed in Sudan Ambush as South Votes, Says Minister
Guatemala Bus Bombing Death Toll Rises to 9
Cuba Calls Immigration Talks With US 'Fruitful'
US Charges Six for Attempted Arms Sales in Colombia
Panama Seeks Extradition of Noriega for 2nd Time
Biden Warns Against Pakistan Extremism
Biden: US 'Does Not Want to Break Up Pakistan'
Onion Prices Crash in Pakistan, but Govt Still Blocks Exports
The End Could Be in Sight for German Troops in Afghanistan
Four Killed, at Least Eight Injured in Kabul Blast
Rogue Militias Abuse Rural Afghans
Afghan Attorney General Probes Troubled KabulBank
Bihar Fights Maoist Insurgency With Goats
Indian Ban on Pakistan Cement to Hit Back for Curbs on Onions?
2 Koreas Restore Key Hot Line Despite Tension
Pentagon Chief Huddles With Allies About North Korea
North Korea Foreign Trade Falls Sharply
North Korea Slams South Korea Over Defense Ties With Japan
North Korea Says Ready for Talks With Japan: Media
North Korea's Military: A Bad Hand Played Well
US Defence Chief Hails 'Successful' China Visit
Gates Plays Down Any Internal China Rift
Gates Gets Tour of Chinese Nuclear Base
Military Tests China Stealth Fighter Without Telling Leaders
Tajikistan Agrees to Give Land to China to End Dispute
China Now Top Taiwan Tourist Source
Russian Parliament Prepares to Ratify Arms Pact
Anna Chapman to Host Russian TV Equivalent of 'Unsolved Mysteries'
EU Reinstates Travel Ban Against Belarusian Dictator
Belarus Draws West's Criticism for Crackdown on Dissent
The Development of International Terrorism: Interview With Former Bulgarian Secret Services
European Politicos Protest DoJ WikiLeaks-Twitter Probe
Alleged IRA Dissident Charged Over Ulster Car Bomb
'Hero of Ukraine' Award to Stepan Bandera Is Revoked
Blast at Georgian Army Base Kills 3, Injures 13, Govt Blames 'Technical Error'
Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast Army Opens Fire on Opposition Neighborhoods
Army Will 'Retaliate' in Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast Army Seals Off Pro-Ouattara Area, Bars UN
Ivory Coast Curfew After 11 Killed in Abidjan
Moroccan Soldiers Complicit in Arms Smuggling
Religion and Region at Play in Nigerian Election

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The Tea Party, Foreign Policy, and the Politics of Real Change

Philip Giraldi
A Look on the Wild Side

Ivan Eland
Don't Expect Iraq to End Like Sudan

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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