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Updated September 1, 2011 - 11:23 PM EDT
NATO Still Bombing Libya
  Gadhafi Vows 'Long Fight' as Rebels Extend Surrender Deadline
  Sen. Schumer: No Lockerbie Extradition, No Aid for Libya Rebels
Turkey: Israel Has One Day to Apologize for Raid
Guardian Editor Disclosed WikiLeaks Passwords
Case Shows Details About Rendition Contractors
Killings of Afghan Police Soaring
At Least 11 Killed in Quetta Suicide Bombing

Anger as Bahraini Forces Attack Protesters, Kill Teen

Eid Violence Kills 6 Iraqis, Wounds 39

Nigeria Scrambles to Negotiate with Terror Group
Mexico Violence Soars, as US Policy Bolsters Cartels

Tribunal Concealed Evidence al-Qaeda Killed Hariri

Libya and the Shameless Rewriting of History  by Brendan O'Neill
The 10-Year Verdict on the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks  by Bruce Ramsey
The Disinvited: The New Libya's New Racism  by Abigail Hauslohner
American Taxpayers Subsidize Israel's Prosperity  by Alison Weir
Let's Have a Budget War on War Budgets  by Joel Brinkley
Nations Sanitize Libya Lingo for the War-Weary  by Charles Lewis

More Viewpoints

$60 Billion US War Funds Lost to Fraud and Waste

Documents Shed Light on Gadhafi Lobbying

US Appeals Court Considers Wiretapping Lawsuits

US Security Intensifying as Sept. 11 Date Nears

Petraeus Bids Farewell to US Military

London Police Clear Briton's Peace Camp, Declare Antiwar Signs 'Litter'
Middle East

Eid Al-Fitr Takes Different Shape After Arab Spring

Lebanon Backs Syria in Rejecting Arab League Statement

Syrian Troops Kill One Person in Hama, Carry Out Arrests

US, Iraq Talking but No F-16 Deal Yet

Iran Concerned West Will Benefit From Arab Uprisings

Israel Sees Palestinian Statehood Bid a 'Greater Threat' Than Hamas

Netanyahu Possibly Drawing Own Peace Map


Editor of Venezuelan Weekly Paper Turns Self In

Colombia's Defense Minister Abruptly Resigns as Violence Surges

Old History Exposes CIA's 'Dirty Tricks' on Cuba


EU Police Launch Operation in Kosovo's Tense North

United States

Pentagon Personnel Chief Draws Criticism for Leadership Style

San Francisco Moves to Block US Military From Collecting Students' Information

Libyans Mark Feast Without Gadhafi, but War Not Over

Islamists' Evolving Role in Libya

Libya's Rebels on World Stage in Paris, Eyeing Democratic Transition After Fall of Gadhafi

Tripoli's Sudden Fall Revealed Rotten Heart of Gadhafi's Regime

New Reports Emerge on Ransacking of US Embassy in Tripoli

In Libya, Gadhafi Compound Becomes an Attraction

Italy Unblocks $680 Million for Libya

Algerian Opposition Denounces Government's Decision to Let Gadhafis In

Somalia: Food Aid Looting Kills 15

Amnesty International: Ethiopia Arrests 2 Politicians After Interviews With Rights Group

Obama Moves to Sell Northrop Drones to South Korea

Philippines, China Seek South China Sea Code of Conduct

China Says Uighur Attacks Thwarted as Pakistan President Visits Xinjiang
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Justin Raimondo
Fast and Furious

Philip Giraldi
Israel Wages Lawfare Against Gaza Flotilla

Ivan Eland
Cut Back on Bad Policy or Quit Altogether?

Kelley B. Vlahos
Who Says Obama's Bad for Business?

Nebojsa Malic
Winter is Coming

Charles V. Peña
Doomsday Defense Cuts?

Ran HaCohen
Israelis Sick and Tired – but of What?

David R. Henderson
The Left's Antiwar Movement in Monterey: Down but Not Out

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