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Updated February 16, 2011 - 11:29 PM EST
Israeli FM Threatens War Over Iran Warship Claim
House Votes Down Controversial Fighter Funds
  Senate Punts on PATRIOT Act, Approves 3 Month Extension
  Panel: FBI Overstated Ivins Case in Anthrax Probe
  Budget Cuts? Rep. Turner Demands Nuke Spending Hike

Report: Petraeus to Quit Afghanistan War


Gates: 'No Idea' on Size of Afghanistan Drawdown

3 Dead, 55 Wounded During Protests in E. Iraq

Iraq: Coalition Directly Killed 11,000+ Civilians in 5 Years

  Defector Admits WMD Lies That Triggered Iraq War
Egypt Junta 'Hopes' for Elections in Six Months

Egyptian Army Hijacking Revolution, Activists Fear


Egypt's New Man at the Top 'Was Against Reform'

  Egypt: Revolution or Coup?
Police Crack Down as Protests Grow in Bahrain
Libyan 'Day of Rage' Comes Early, 100s Protest

Inside the Convoluted Plot to Bring Down WikiLeaks

South Sudan Minister: Clash Death Toll At Least 211
The US Versus the Egyptian People  by Sheldon Richman
Fear Not the Muslim Brotherhood Boogeyman  by Juan Cole
Mubarak's Men to Reform Egypt? US Diplomatic Cables Tell Another Story  by Andrew Kennis & Jason McGahan
A Foreign Policy for the Tea Party  by Jon Basil Utley
Weapons of Mass Disruption  by Michael Schwartz and Tom Engelhardt
Why They All Seem to Hate Us  by Michael Annes

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US Follows Two Paths on Unrest in Iran and Bahrain

Rep. Peter King Introduces Anti-WikiLeaks Legislation

Assange Hires Leading 'Lawyer of Last Resort'

Clinton Demands Net Freedom for All... Except WikiLeaks

US Plans Own Probe of US Embassy in Killings in Pakistan

Lawsuit Says Military Is Rife With Sexual Abuse

Senate PATRIOT Act Extension Roll Call



Has Mohamed ElBaradei's Time Arrived?

In Egypt, a Panel of Jurists Is Given the Task of Revising the Country's Constitution

Former Cairo Security Chief Under House Arrest

Egypt: Google 'Very, Very Proud' of Cyber Revolutionary

For Egypt, a Fresh Start, With Cities

Reports: Mubarak in Coma, Near Death

Egypt Leaders Found 'Off' Switch for Internet

CBS News' Lara Logan Assaulted During Egypt Protests


Bahrain Protesters Take Control of Main Square

Deaths Stoke Bahrain Tension

Bahrain Roiled After Second Protester Is Killed by Police

Demands of Bahrain's Protesters


Violence Erupts on Fourth Day of Protests in Yemen

Saleh Supporters and Anti-Government Protesters Clash in Yemen

Yemen Won't Fall, Foreign Minister Says

Middle East

Italy to Give 100m Euros to Tunisia to Stem Flow of Migrants

UAE Announces Electoral Reforms

Algeria Unrest: Akbou Protesters Clash With Police

Saudi Activists Seek Political Party

Cyber Hit-Squad Firm Execs Run for Cover as 'Anonymous' Escalates

Clinton Calls for 'Serious Conversation' About Internet Freedom

WikiLeaks, Free Speech, and Twitter Come Together in Va. Court Case

Decentralizing the Internet So Big Brother Can't Find You

Majority in Arab World Backs WikiLeaks


Russia May Deploy Rockets on Southern Kurils

Russian Sold Secrets for China's First Carrier

China's Wen, in the Twilight of His Premiership, Takes on Reformer's Role

US Anti-Drug Agents Shot in Roadside Attack in Mexico; One Dead

Judge to Decide if Posada Trial Continues

Afghan Minister Defends Move to Take Over Women's Shelters from NGOs

Finnish Peacekeeper Dies in Afghanistan

US Charges Men Over 'Taliban Links'


Iraq Protesters Slam Corruption, Poverty in Countrywide Rallies

Curveball: How US Was Duped by Iraqi Fantasist Looking to Topple Saddam

Iraqi Forces Discover Mass Graves of Civilians, Militants in Baquba

Tuesday: 8 Iraqis Killed, 12 Wounded


Iran Protests: A One Night Stand or a Lasting Call for Change?

Iran's Leader Could Theoretically Order Arrest of Opposition Leaders

Obama Careful in Criticism of Iranian Crackdown on Protests

Iran's Ahmadinejad Urges World Powers to Continue Nuclear Talks

Former IAEA Chief: Ahmadinejad Wanted Direct Nuclear Talks With US

Stuxnet Iran Attack Launched From 10 Machines

Iran's Natanz Nuclear Facility Recovered Quickly From Stuxnet Cyber-Attack

Israeli FM: No Peace Until Iran 'Dealt With'

Haaretz Probe: IDF Base to Be Built in East Jerusalem

Palestinian Erekat Says He Resigned to Set Example, Not Because of Contents of Leak
Turkey Demands Israeli Apology Over Flotilla Raid Regardless of Result of UN Report

Gaza Hospital Changes Name to Tahrir in Honor of Egypt Uprising

'War on Terror'

Brits Angry Over Release of Man Linked to Bombs

Sudanese Captive Pleads Guilty at Guantánamo

Newark Airport Security Screener Admits Stealing From Passengers, Accepting Bribes


Zimbabwe: EU Sanctions Are Extended for Year

Zimbabwe Protesters Call for Reform


Chad: Use of Child Soldiers an Ongoing Problem

Somali 'Government' Forces Fire on Demonstrators, Killing 5


Justin Raimondo
The Fight to Save

Ivan Eland
Across-the-Board Cuts Needed to Avoid Fiscal Armageddon

Kelley B. Vlahos
Old Guard Moving Aside at CPAC

Philip Giraldi
Let's Go to Plan B

Nebojsa Malic
Withdrawing Consent

Ran HaCohen
Barak Unmasked

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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