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Updated June 15, 2011 - 9:13 PM EDT
House Votes to Defund Libya War
  Obama: War Powers Act Doesn't Apply to Libya

Lawmakers Sue President Obama Over Libya


Boehner Gives Obama Friday Deadline on Libya


Canadian Parliament Votes to Extend Mission in Libya


Libya Mission to Last as Long as Needed: UK Forces Chief

Yemen Official: US Drones Kill 130 This Month
  US Escalates War Against al-Qaeda
  Yemeni Factions Consider Power Transfer Deal
  Secret Drone Base Set for Persian Gulf
US Missile Strikes Kill 15 in Pakistan
  Pakistan Arrests CIA Informants in bin Laden Raid

Czech Republic Pulls Out of US Missile Shield

Seven Dead in Afghan Suicide Attack

  US Denies Seeking Permanent Afghan Bases
  US Counter-Intel Agents Could Outnumber Taliban Infiltrators

GOP Sen.: KY Terror Suspects to Gitmo, No Trial

  ACLU: FBI Plan Opens Door 'To All Kinds of Abuses'
  Whistleblowers Suffer More Than Ever Under Obama

US Senate Panel Approves Panetta for Pentagon

Five Iraqi Soldiers Killed in Shootings

American Militarism Is Not a Fairy Tale  by William J. Astore and Tom Engelhardt
Afghan Resistance Triggers NATO Retreat  by Fazelminallah Qazizai
Needed: An Antiwar Movement That Puts Peace Over Politicians  by Medea Benjamin and Charles Davis
Why the Pentagon Papers Matter Now  by Daniel Ellsberg
End the Madness in Afghanistan  by Ann Marlowe
AIPAC Pushes Hard for War With Iran  by Grant Smith

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Candidates Show GOP Less United on Goals of War

'LulzSec' Hackers Break Into Web Site

New Documents Claim Intelligence on bin Laden, Al-Qaeda Targets Withheld From Congress' 9/11 Probe

Blackwater Gets 'Too Big to Fail,' Hires AIG Castoff


Low-Key Marine to Take Over Afghan War at High-Stakes Time

Focus of Afghan War Is Shifting to Violent Areas in East

Afghan Lawmakers Boycott to Get Cabinet Nominees

Stress Blamed for Attacks by Afghan Forces on NATO Troops

Former Blackwater Guard Receives Prison Sentence

One Voice or Many for the Taliban, but Pegged to a Single Name


UK Iraq Abuse Probe 'Is a Shambles'

Facing Uncertainty, Iraqis Stockpiling Weapons

Gunmen, Suicide Bombers Storm Iraq Council Building

Tuesday: 2 US Soldiers, 21 Iraqis Killed; 40 Iraqis Wounded


Egypt: Israeli 'Spy' Allegations Meant to Discredit Reformists?

3 New Political Parties Register in Egypt

Egypt's Curfew, a Mubarak Legacy, to Be Lifted for First Time Since January

Bomb Kills Colonel in South Yemen

Britain to Send Apache Helicopters to Yemen

Yemen Sees Largest Protests Since President Left

Middle East

Last Bastion: Saudi Arabia's Silent Battle to Halt History

Tunisian Ex-President to Be Tried in Absentia in a Week, Says Prime Minister

UAE Tries 5 Regime Critics

Jordan's King Says Elected Government May Take 2-3 Years; 'No Time to Waste'

Iraq's Sadr Asks Bahrain to Pardon Shi'ites

Moroccan Islamists Warn They Could Reject Constitution


Kurds Raise Profile, Gain Seats in Turkish Assembly

Turkey Arrests 32 'Anonymous' Members


Refugees Flee Myanmar Clashes Near Chinese Border

North Korea Urges South to Abandon Hostile Policy

Okinawa Governor Irate Over V-Shaped Runway Plan for Futenma Replacement Facility

Philippines to Hold Joint Naval Exercises With US

Vietnam Holds Live-Fire Exercises as Territorial Dispute With China Escalates

China Developing Another Fifth-Generation Fighter

Zengcheng Riot: China Forces Quell Migrant Unrest

South Asia

UN Declares Nepal Free of Land Mines

First India-Sri Lanka Passenger Ferry in 30 Years


Britain Can Do 'Nothing' to Prevent Argentina Retaking Falkland Islands

American Found Among Dead in Mass Graves in Northern Mexico


Libyan Rebels Make Fresh Gains but Fear Fuel Shortage

Libya Rebels on Diplomatic Upswing, but Lose Battle

NATO Airstrike Hits Near Gadhafi Complex

Pro-Gadhafi Forces 'Bombard' Tunisia Border Post

Libyan Bombing Alone Will Not Budge Gadhafi, UK Officials Warn

Boehner Demands That Obama Provide Legal Basis for Libya Mission

S. African President Says NATO Abusing UN Resolution on Libya


6 Killed, Tanks Near Iraq as Syria Faces Backlash

Syrian Forces Head for Second Northern Protest Town

Syria Widens Army Action in Crackdown on Restive Region

Syrians Accuse United Nations of Abandoning Them

Lebanon: Border Shepherds in Syria's Crosshairs

Arab League Mulls Syria Suspension

Clinton Accuses Iran of Role in Syrian Crackdown

Israel FM Opposes Military Attack on Syria

Syria's Ruling Alawite Sect

On Syria, Crowley Is Done With Being Diplomatic


Gaza's Hospital Stock Running on Near Empty

Palestinians to Unveil New Hamas-Fatah Unity Government Next Week

Germany: Unilateral Declaration of Palestinian State Counter-Productive
Eastern Europe Emerges as Battleground in Rift Over Palestinian Statehood
Report: Document Reveals Nakba Day Clashes Planned by Syria Government

Israel Crosses Blue Line Into Shebaa Farms

Lebanon Tribunal Likely First Test of New Hezbollah-Led Government


Sudan President Bashir 'Offers Abyei Pullout'

Sudan's South Kordofan: 'Huge Suffering From Bombs'

Darfur Redux: Is 'Ethnic Cleansing' Occurring in Sudan's Nuba Mountains?
UN Says Sudan Is Blocking Aid Delivery to Thousands in Disputed Border Region

India's Withdrawal of Helicopters From Congo Points to Wider Trend

Somalia PM Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo Vows to Stay


Belarus Leader Says He Will 'Whack' Activists

US Warns Bosnia It Risks Being Left Behind

In Other News

US Diver Wants to Find Osama bin Laden's Body

China Pushes Iran to Return to Nuclear Talks


Justin Raimondo
If This Be 'Isolationism'. . .

Ivan Eland
Triumphalism Hides Many Important Foreign-Policy Failures

Kelley B. Vlahos
Diplomat: I Helped Lose Hearts and Minds in Iraq

Philip Giraldi
Target: Iran

Nebojsa Malic
Conjuring the Black Hat

David R. Henderson
Is Leon Panetta a Saint—or a War Criminal?

Charles V. Peña
You Cannot Be Serious

Ran HaCohen
West Bank Neighbors: Chronicles of Death

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