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Libyan Rebels Locked in Battles
  Libyan Rebel Forces Push Into Last Eastern Strongholds
  Huge Blast Destroys Libyan Rebels' Arms Depot
  Hospital Overwhelmed as Gadhafi Forces Attack Zawiya
  Libya Rebels Claim Another Oil Hub in Day of Widespread Clashes
US Wavers on 'Regime Change' in Middle East
State Security Building Torched in Cairo
  Egypt's New PM Seeks Legitimacy in Tahrir Square
  Violent Clashes in Alexandria
Iraqi Forces Crack Down on Protests Nationwide
  Fears Grow About Maliki's Hold on Power in Iraq
Protests Continue Across Muslim World
  Yemen President Rejects Deal, Cracks Down
  Saudis Mobilize Thousands of Troops to Quell Growing Revolt
  Police, Army Forces in Djibouti Prevent Protest
  New Sectarian Violence Erupts in Bahrain Protests
NATO's Rising Civilian Toll Sparks Afghan Anger
  Amputations, Genital Injuries Rise Sharply Among GIs in Afghanistan
11 Killed, 40 Wounded in Pakistan Mosque Blast
Gates Warns Air Force to Prepare for Range of Threats
Death Toll in Somalia Much Larger than AU Acknowledged
Libya: To Intervene or Not to Intervene?  by Michael Tennant
Army's Mafia Abuse of Pvt. Bradley Manning  by Ray McGovern
Operation Set-The-Record-Straight  by Jacob Shiflett
Incalculable  by Kathy Kelly
Do Neocons Want Democracy?  by Daniel McCarthy
ElBaradei's Mendacious Foes  by John R. MacArthur

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Kucinich: Is This Quantico or Abu Ghraib?
Marines Defend Making Manning Sleep Nude
Gates Attains New Level of Biting Candor
Bahrain Protesters Fear Lack of US Support
Agent: I Was Ordered to Let US Guns Into Mexico
Arab Spring Could Double the Price of Oil, Says Minister
UK Pulls Plug on United Nations Spending
Libya vs. Gadhafi
Fear, Rubber Bullets and Tear Gas Rule in Tripoli
Forces Disperse Protesters in Libya's Capital
Anti-Gadhafi Rebels Lay Heavy Fire on Ras Lanuf
Gadhafi Brutalizes Foes, Armed or Defenseless
Libya Removes Itself From the Net
Libya, Gadhafi: Back in Libya After Decades in Exile, a Dissident Takes on Regime
Libyan Rebels Honor 'Martyrs'
The Nerve Center of the Libyan Revolution
Libya and the World
Venezuela Says Libya OKs Chavez Mediation Plan
Pro-Kadhafi Forces Secure Tunisia Border
Libya Calls on UN to Lift Sanctions
EU to Add Sanctions on Libya
Interpol Issues Alert for Qaddafi and Associates
Chavez Summons Regional Allies to Back Libya Mediation Bid
Iraqi Sadrists March in Support of Libyan People
London Economics School to Investigate Gadhafi Ties
UK Seizes Ship Carrying $160m of Libyan Currency
US Offers Aid for Egyptian Democracy, but Quietly
Protesters Surround State Security Premises in Giza, Alexandria
Egypt's Constitutional Referendum Set for 19 March
Mubarak 'Still in Egypt', Says Prosecutor
Crowd Cheers Newly Appointed Prime Minister Essam Sharaf
Lara Logan Awareness Rally Met With Anger
Al-Qaeda No. 2 Calls for Islamic Rule in Egypt
Angry Southern Sudanese Destroy UN Vehicles Over Peace Talks
Thousands Flee Sudan's Abyei Flashpoint: Aid Group
US Flies Aid to Tunisia, Plans Refugee Airlift
Tunisia's PM Accuses Toppled Ben Ali of 'High Treason'
Ivory Coast
Video Shows Women Gunned Down in Ivory Coast
UN: Parts of Ivory Coast City of Abidjan Resemble War Zone
Ivory Coast Headed for Civil War, Analysts Fear
Wen Acknowledges China Discontent Over Prices, Other Issues
China State Media Warn Against Protest Calls in Capital
Chinese Parliament Opens With Grand Pledges
China to Track Its Citizens Using Cellphones
North Korea Heir Formally Invited to China-South Korea Spy Agency
Azerbaijani Youth Activist 'Jailed for One Month'
Dogfighting in Afghanistan: It's How to Spend the Weekend
Weekend Reviews
Prophets of War a Scathing Indictment of Lockheed Martin
The Afghan War Is Brutal, Expensive, Unpopular, and Ineffective – So Why Are We Spending Billions on It?
The Long Road Home: After WWII, a Forgotten Refugee Crisis
Iraqi Forces Use Water Cannon to Disperse Protests
Iraqis Protest Again, This Time in 'Day of Regret'
Iraqis Defy Checkpoints, Vehicle Bans to Protest
Baghdad Protesters Converge on Liberation Square
Police Arrest Suspected Saudi Bomber on Way to Iraq Protests
Vehicle, Bike Ban Announced in Anbar
Friday: 3 Iraqis Killed, 1 Wounded; Journalists Beaten
Palestinian Protests More Muted Compared With Unrest Elsewhere in Middle East
Israel Eyes Diplomatic Initiative to End Isolation
Likud Ministers Support Anti-Bibi Campaign
A Peek Into Settlers' War Room
Israeli Settlers Destroy Olive Fields in West Bank, Residents Say
British PM Pledges His 'Indestructible' Support for Israel
Iran: Islam Opposes Nukes
UN Names Iran to Panel on Women's Rights
Jordan Nixes Constitutional Monarchy Calls
Jordanian Protesters Ratchet Up Demands but Stop Short of Urging King's Ouster
Jordan's Pro-Reform Opposition Groups Demand New Prime Minister Step Down
Royal Oman Police to Recruit 10,000 Omanis
Omani Demonstrators Demand Reforms, Pay Increases
At Least 3 Dead in Yemen Clash as Tens of Thousands Protest Saleh's Rule
Shooting in Yemen Could Increase Tensions
Yemeni Cleric's Online Jihad Continues
White House Gets Apology After Yemeni Leader Accuses US of Instigating Protests
Middle East
Bahrain Youth March on State TV
Demonstrators in Saudi Arabia Demand Prisoners' Release
Prosecutor: Gunman Targeted Airmen Because of Afghanistan
Frankfurt Gunman Plotted Solo to Kill US Servicemen
Jammed Pistol 'Saved Lives' in Airport Attack
Austria Detains Ex-Bosnian General on Serb Warrant
Jamaica Makes Arrest in Cargo Flight Threat
The War at Home
Peter King, IRA Supporter and Enthusiastic Counter-Terrorism Advocate
Sailor Charged With Espionage, Attempting to Sell Classified Information
US Paid Millions for Bogus (patented) Intelligence Software; Now Trying to Cover It Up Claiming 'National Security'
CIA Blames 'Technical Difficulties' for Website Crash
Harvard Welcomes US Military Back to Campus
Army Considers Returning to Old-Fashioned System of Soldiers Maintaining Vehicles Instead of Contractors

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Riding the Sandstorm

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Uncle NED Comes Calling

Ivan Eland
Should the US Government Encourage Potential Darwin Award Winners?

Kelley B. Vlahos
Sen. Jim Webb Loses Steam

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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