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CIA Sizing Up Islamists in Syria for Drone Strikes
  American Fighting Alongside al-Qaeda Denies Reports of His Death
Objections to US Troops Intensify in Afghanistan
  Afghan Clerics Call on US to Obey Karzai
  Provincial Police Chief: NATO Troops Duped Into Detaining Afghans
  Spanish Troops Begin Afghanistan Exit
Honoring Rachel Corrie, 10 Years On
  On Anniversary of Corrie's Death Her Parents Urge Change in US Policy
US Scraps Final Phase of Europe's Missile Shield
Federal Judge Bans National Security Letters
Iran Commanders Given Power to Respond to Enemy Attacks
The Real Reason the US Failed in Afghanistan  by Stephen Walt
Obama's Secrecy Fixation Causing Sunshine Week Implosion  by Glenn Greenwald
Is the Supreme Court's Ruling on Surveillance That Significant?  by Tim Kelly
The GOP on Foreign Policy: Rhetoric V. Reality  by Malou Innocent
Manufacturing Terrorists  by Michael German
What Rules Should Govern US Drone Attacks?  by Kenneth Roth

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45 Years Later, Impact From My Lai Case Is Still Felt
Poll: Only 10% of Israelis View Obama Favorably
The Lyndon Johnson Tapes: Richard Nixon's 'Treason'
Thousands of Tunisians Call for Islamist Govt to Quit
Kissinger Sees Little Hope for Mideast Peace
130 Nations Agree on UN Blueprint to Combat Violence Against Women
12 Killed, 36 Wounded in Iraq Attacks
Iraq a Major Arms Buyer Decade After Invasion
Iraq War 10 Years On: 'My Brother Was Tortured and Held Without Charge for 40 Days'
'One Problem Has Been the Withdrawal of the Educated Elite. So Many Have Emigrated'
'There Is Phenomenal Violence Against Women. I Hear of Rape Cases in Prison. Police Officers Are Doing It'
A Decade After Shock and Awe, Signs of Progress Tempered by Turbulence in Today's Iraq
Albania Offer for Asylum to Iranian Group in Iraq Rejected
Born in War and Poverty, Youth Don't Abandon Iraq
Lebanon President: We Must Prevent Syria Troops From Entering
Human Rights Watch Says Syrian Regime Expands Use of Cluster Bombs Against Civilians
At Least 17 Killed in Fighting in Northern, Eastern Syria
Syrians Flee Damascus District, UN Staff Member Killed
Syrian General, 20 Soldiers Defect: Opposition
Bulgaria Will Not Take Lead in Blacklisting Hezbollah, Says PM
Obama, Netanyahu Agree on Iran − but Not on Timing
Iran Commander Tells Obama 'All Options on Table'
Iran Is 'Dead Scared of Israel,' Says Ex-Mossad Chief
Supporters and Opponents of Egypt's President Clash in South, Forcing Him to Cut Visit Short
Libyan Embassy in Cairo Suspends Work as Tension Flares Over Arrests of Christian Egyptians
Egypt's Court Acquits Mubarak's Tourism, Housing Ministers of Corruption Charges
Egypt News Agency Says 7 Palestinians Held on Security Suspicions Deported to Gaza
Americas Still Dying
South Carolina Contractor Killed in Afghan Insider Attack
Edmond (OK) Soldier Is Killed in Afghan Insider Attack
Family, Co-Workers Mourn Ohio Soldier's Passing
Airman, Father of Six, Dies of Non-Combat Cause in Asia
Avon Old Farms (CT) Remembers West Point Grad, Specops Soldier Killed in Insider Attack
Teacher Remembers Dunedin (FL) Soldier Killed in Afghanistan Helicopter Crash
The War at Home
Budget Deadlock Hits Military Members Seeking Education
First Female General to Lead Parris Island Marine Base Says Women Can Handle Combat
Army Veteran Who Helped Many in Iraq Couldn't Escape Demons
Convicted Terrorist Set to Be Released From Prison in 1982 Airline Attack That Killed Teen
Hundreds Protest in Kabul Over US Forces
1 Killed, 1 Injured in Afghan Helicopter Crash
Pakistan Govt Ends Unprecedented Full Term
India-Pakistan Rift Grows as Hockey Tour Is Canceled
Woman Shot Dead in Peshawar
Five Injured in Pakistan Bomb Attack
Pakistan Leader's Legacy: The Art of Political Survival
24 Soldiers Killed in Road Accident in Pakistan
Kissinger Warns Against US-China Confrontation
Tibetan Monk Self-Immolates Inside China Temple
China's New Foreign Team Will Reflect Rising Tensions With US, Japan
North Korea Stands by Nuclear Program, Won't Negotiate With US
North Korea Tells South to Leave Islands
Blade and Bat Drawn in Brawl Involving 4 GIs in South Korea
US Military Sues Tokyo Plant Over Nuclear Disaster
Media in Myanmar Worry That Freedom Is Already Slipping Away
Gunmen Kill Justice Official in Nigeria
France: Discretion Needed to Free Nigeria Hostages

Rebels Fight Sudanese Govt Troops in South Darfur

UK Envoy: Sudan Border Rebellion Risks Unraveling S. Sudan Deal
Tuareg Rebels Seek to Stamp Control on Northern Mali
Congo M23 Faction Takes Control of Rebel Area; Other Faction Leader Arrested in Rwanda
Kenya Police Tear Gas Prime Minister's Supporters as He Files Court Case Against Election Loss
Zimbabwe Votes on Curbs to President's Power
Weekend Reviews
The Case for Diplomacy With Iran
Kill Anything That Moves
‘They All Looked Alike’
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Ted Cruz & CPAC: What a Pair!

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Purim and Genocidal Phantasies

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Charles V. PeŮa
Cyberwar for Me but Not for Thee

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