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Updated October 7, 2020 - 9:46 PM EDT
Brennan Memo on Hillary-Russiagate Declassified
Ex-OPCW Chief's Testimony Blocked at UN
 
  At Least 19 Killed in NW Syrian Truck Bomb of Al-Bab
Pompeo Seeks Anti-China Alliance in Tokyo Visit
 
  Taiwan's Opposition Party Calls for Official Ties With US
Dems Call To Halt US Military Aid for Azerbaijan
 
  Azerbaijan Is Using Israeli-Made Cluster Bombs in Nagorno-Karabakh
  Armenia PM Says Turkey Is Behind 'War' in Nagorno-Karabakh
  New Gas Pipeline Could Heat Up Azeri-Russian Rivalry
US, Russia Making Progress in New START Talks
Mixed Signals on Afghan Peace Talk Rules
US Ambassador to Israel Campaigns Against Biden
Viewpoints
item Washington as Wannabe Dictatress of the World: Targeting Newly Democratic Sudan  by Doug Bandow
item What Would Biden's Foreign Policy Look Like? Just Look at His Supporters  by John Kiriakou
item Assange's Prosecution Is an Extremely Dangerous Precedent  An interview with Kevin Gosztola
item Driven by Delusions: The West's Nagorno-Karabakh Hypocrisy  by Maj. Danny Sjursen (ret.)
item Congress Must Act to End US Military Aid to the Philippines  by William D. Hartung
item The Moral Roots of Our Foreign Policy Crisis  by Matt Purple

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Frontline
State Department Revokes Visa of Giuliani-Linked Ukrainian Ally: Report
Top Military Leaders Self-Quarantining After Positive Covid Test at Pentagon
UK Unveils Shotgun-Armed Drone for Indoor Fighting
 
Saudi Arabia
Prominent Saudi Economist Sentenced to 15-Years in Jail 'For Not Publishing MBS Interview'
Saudi Arabia Doubles Down on Oil to Outlast Rivals
Yemen
Donors Slash Funding to Yemen by Half to 25 US Cents a Day Per Person
Over 90,000 Displaced in North Yemen Battle Zone: UN
12 Killed as Pro-Govt Yemeni Forces Repulse Houthi Attack in Hodeidah
Man Killed in Shelling in Yemen's Port City Hodeidah
Israel/Palestine
Israel Recruiting Shin Bet Officers to Spy on Palestinian-Israelis
Anti-Netanyahu Protests Resume at Hundreds of Locations Around Country
Netanyahu's Aggressive Missteps Handing His Rivals the Initiative
Arab Populations Continue to Oppose Normalization With Israel, Survey Shows
Soldiers Injure Several Palestinians, Abduct One, Near Jenin
Palestinian Farmers Face Uncertain Olive Harvest Season Amid Settler Attacks and Pandemic
Palestinian Detainee's Health 'Deteriorating' Amid Hunger Strike
Iraq
Iraq Daily Roundup: Four Killed; Clashes in Karbala
Iraq 'Taking Security Measures' to Prevent US Embassy Closure
Iraqi Protesters Clash With Police at Pilgrimage
Undeterred by Virus, Iraqi Volunteers Cater for Thousands of Arbaeen Pilgrims in Baghdad
Turkey
For Turkey, Pompeo Has Discarded US Impartiality in East Med Dispute
Turkey's EU Membership Bid Evaporating, Commission Says
Turkey Says EU Commission Report 'Biased', Reiterates Commitment to EU Membership
Middle East
Almost Half of Arab Youth Considering Emigrating, Survey Says
Georgia's Russian-Occupied Abkhazia Region to Open Embassy in Syria
Iran: US Govt, Not Just Trump, Blamed for Soleimani Killing
The War at Home
After Summer of Protests, National Guard Puts Troops on Standby in Run-Up to Elections
Biden Applauds NATO Efforts to Defuse Tensions Between Turkey, Greece
US Supreme Court Hears Case of Muslims Put on No Fly List for Refusing to Spy
Pentagon Wants Navy to Have More Than 500 Ships by 2045, Esper Says
Space Force Gets Its First Vice Chief of Space Operations
Two ISIS 'Beatles' Headed to US to Stand Trial for Torture and Beheadings of American Hostages
US Agency Invests to Build Space-Based Missile-Tracking System
South Sudan
UN Report Says South Sudan Has Healed Little Since Civil War
Enough Evidence to Try South Sudan Forces Over Starvation Tactics: UN Probe
Mali
West African Leaders Lift Post-Coup Sanctions on Mali
Kidnapped Mali Politician and French Aid Worker Freed
 
Nagorno-Karabakh
In Pictures: Civilians Caught in Deadly Armenian-Azeri Crossfire
Armenia's PM Says Turkey 'Reinstating the Ottoman Empire' in Sending Mercenaries
Iran's Rouhani Urges Regional Peace in Talk With Azerbaijan's Aliyev
Turkey Blasts Canada's Suspension of Arms Sales After Nagorno-Karabakh Allegations
Kremlin Says Fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh Must Stop
Residents Flee Azerbaijani Town of Tartar as Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Escalates
Russia
Chemical Weapons Body Confirms Nerve Agent Novichok in Navalny's Blood
Leader of Russia's Volatile Daghestan Region Replaced
Russia Detains Serviceman and His Brother for Passing State Secrets to Estonia
Belarus
UK's Raab: US Wants To See Leadership From Europeans on Issues Like Belarus
Poland, Lithuania Recall Ambassadors From Belarus
Kremlin Hopes Belarus Tensions Can Be Resolved Without External Mediators
Europe
Greece Says Onus on Turkey to Ease Tensions in Mediterranean
Cyprus Says Plan to Re-Open Part of Abandoned Varosha Illegal
Afghanistan
US Special Envoy Calls for Resilience in Afghan Negotiations
Afghan President Urges Taliban to 'Have Courage' and Silence Guns
National Security Advisor Insists on Afghan-Only Talks, No Mediator
China/Taiwan
Taiwan Seeks US Help to Boost Its Defences as Beijing Ramps Up Military Pressure
China Must Become Self-Reliant in Key Technology to Be Secure, Says Military Newspaper
Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan Cancels Disputed Election Results After Protesters Seize Government Building, Free Jailed Ex-President
Kyrgyzstan Prime Minister Resigns Amid Election Protests
Kyrgyzstan on Edge of Chaos After Opposition Storms Government Buildings
Opposition Politician Takes Over Kyrgyzstan Interior Ministry
Kyrgyz President Says Opponents Tried to Seize Power Illegally
One Killed Amid Protests as Political Crisis Grips Kyrgyzstan
Asia
India Has Tested a Very Long Range Supersonic Anti-Submarine Missile for the First Time
UN Calls for Impartial Probe Into South Korean Man Killed by North

Thais Remember 1976 Student Massacre as Protests Grow

Africa
Egypt Releases Jailed Journalist Basma Mostafa Amid Outcry
Ethiopia Lawmakers Vote to Break Contact With Tigray Leaders
Morocco Says It Arrested Four ISIS-Linked Jihadist Suspects
Nigerians Displaced Face Jihadist Attacks After Returning Home
3 Years Into Jihadist Rebellion, N. Mozambique Under Siege
UN Libya Human Rights Mission Postponed Due to Lack of Funding
Surrounded by War, Burkinabe Civilians Have Votes Taken Away
 
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Columnists

Justin Raimondo
9/16/2019
The FBI vs. Antiwar.com

Doug Bandow
10/07/2020
Washington as Wannabe Dictatress of the World: Targeting Newly Democratic Sudan

Maj. Danny Sjursen, USA (ret.)
10/07/2020
Driven By Delusions: The West's Nagorno-Karabakh Hypocrisy

Ted Snider
9/16/2020
Peace Plans That Have Nothing To Do With Peace

David R. Henderson
9/02/2020
Is China an Economic Threat?

Reese Erlich
8/29/2020
Biden's Troubling Foreign Policy

Scott Horton
8/20/2020
Matt Taibbi on the Origins of the Russiagate Hoax

Dave DeCamp
8/13/2020
Both Sides Have a Foreign Boogeyman to Blame for the 2020 Election

Sheldon Richman
8/05/2020
Regarding Seth Rogen: Some Feelings Ought To Be Hurt

Lucy Steigerwald
5/15/2020
Jackson State and Forgotten History

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