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Updated August 31, 2020 - 9:17 PM EDT
US Expected To Reduce Troops in Iraq by a Third
  What Trump's Iraq Troop Reduction Means for Ending Endless Wars
US Shakeup in Europe Adds to Focus on Arctic
  US Faults Russia for Interception of B-52 Bomber Over Black Sea
  Are We Trying to Provoke a Military Crisis With Russia?
Libya Accuses Hafter of Sending Mercenaries to Sirte
  Libya Peace-Building Efforts in Doubt Amid Government Infighting
48 Syrian Troops Killed, Scores Missing in ISIS Fighting
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item What Trump's Iraq Troop Reduction Means for Ending Endless Wars  by Trita Parsi
item The Modern US War Machine Kills More Like a Python Than a Tiger  by Caitlin Johnstone
item Belarus-NATO Lobby Acknowledges That Its Color Revolution Failed  by Bernhard
item When Will Donald Trump Stop Even One Endless War?  by Doug Bandow
item Pentagon Is a Shrine to Antiquated Technology  by Jeff Schogol
item Roosevelt's Fraud at Yalta and the Mirage of the 'Good War'  by James Bovard

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