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Updated August 29, 2020 - 7:37 PM EDT
US Expected To Reduce Troops in Iraq by a Third
  Despite Military Resistance, Our Iraq Footprint Is Finally Shrinking
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Pompeo Tour Strikes Out on Normalization With Israel
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item The Israel-UAE Deal Isn't About Peace at All  by Phyllis Bennis
item Despite Military Resistance, Our Iraq Footprint Is Finally Shrinking  by Doug Bandow
item Biden's Troubling Foreign Policy  by Reese Erlich
item Is Syrian Oil Now a 'US National Interest'?  by Kelley Beaucar Vlahos

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