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Updated March 24, 2021 - 9:52 PM EDT
Biden Plans to Stay in Afghanistan Beyond May 1
 
  Afghanistan's Ghani Rejects US Peace Plan, Will Offer Elections
  Calls Grow To Withdraw US Troops From Afghanistan by May 1
N. Korea Conducts 1st Missile Test of Biden Admin
 
  US Spent $34 Billion on Troops in S. Korea and Japan in 2016-2019
NATO Sees Rise of China as an 'Opportunity'
 
  US Admiral Hypes Threat of Chinese Invasion of Taiwan
  'We're in It Together', Blinken Tells NATO After China Sanctions
  US Spy Plane Sets Record for Closest Flight to China's Coast
Ghani Rejects US Peace Plan, Will Offer Elections
 
  Calls Grow To Withdraw US Troops From Afghanistan by May 1
Iraq Requests US Talks Over Troop Withdrawal
Russia, China Agree to Work Together Against US Sanctions
Saudi Official Made Death Threats to Khashoggi Investigator
Blinken Threatens Germany With Nord Stream 2 Sanctions
Viewpoints
item This Is Their Year!: Taliban MLB Franchise Favored To Win It All  by Maj. Danny Sjursen (ret.)
item The Banality of Evil on Sanctions  by Jacob G. Hornberger
item Saudi Ceasefire Proposal Clearly Designed to Appease the US  by Annelle Sheline
item The Failure of Huff and Puff Foreign Policy  by Doug Bandow
item The Urgent Need for a Biden-Putin Summit  by Norman Solomon
item Biden Turns Up Heat on America's Cold Wars  by Connor Freeman

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Yemeni Family Appeals US Drone Strike Case to Germany's Highest Court
Poll: Neither Fatah nor Hamas Would Win Majority in Palestinian Election
Israeli Army Reveals Secret Bases in Online Map
 
Israel/Palestine
No Clear Winner in Israeli Election, Signaling More Deadlock
Netanyahu Urges Rivals to Join Him in Coalition, Warning 5th Elections Otherwise
Far-Right Party Alliance Set for Big Gains, Exit Polls Show
Israel Voting Ends With Low Turnout Reaching Just Over 67%
Top Abbas Advisers Urge Palestinian Statehood With 'Soft' Sovereignty
Rocket Fired at Beersheba on Election Day, Shortly After Israeli PM Makes Campaign Stop
Mideast Quartet Discusses Reviving 'Meaningful' Israel, Palestinian Peace Talks
Israeli Forces Beat Up, Detain Three Palestinian Youth in East Jerusalem
Yemen
Yemen War: Children Made Up Quarter of Civilian Casualties in Last Two Years
Iran Says It Supports Peaceful Solution to End Yemen War
Iraq
Iraq Daily Roundup: Two Killed, Including Intelligence Officer
Iraqi Militia Factions Pressure Kurds to Surrender Findings on Erbil Attack, Which Killed American Contractor
US Drone Crashes South of Mosul
Iraq Looking to Host Refugees From Syria's Al-Hol Camp, Including Families of ISIS Fighters
Syria/Lebanon
Russia Proposes Turkey to Reopen 3 Crossing Points in Syria
Lebanon Accused of 'Shocking' Torture of Detained Syrian Refugees
Turkey
Turkey Arrests 150 Military Personnel Over Suspected Gulen Links
EU Leaders to Tell Turkey That Trade Talks Can Go Ahead, Draft Statement Says
Deepen Trade With Turkey but Ready Sanctions, EU Report Says
Libya
Libya's Eastern Administration Hands Power to Interim Government
Oil Guards Undergo Training in Western Libya Against Attacks
France to Reopen Embassy in Libya Next Week
Ethiopia/Eritrea/Sudan
'We Don't Want War' With Sudan: Ethiopian PM Abiy
Ethiopian PM Confirms Eritrean Troops Entered Tigray During Recent Conflict
Eritrea Says EU Sanctions on Security Agency Are 'Malicious'
Sudan Says Accepts UAE Offer to Mediate on Ethiopia Border, Dam
Africa
33 Killed in DR Congo Crackdown on Rebels
Congo Republic's Denis Sassou Nguesso Re-Elected With 88% of Vote
Niger Observes Three Days of National Mourning After Carnage
Nigeria's Booming Kidnap-for-Ransom Enterprise Threatens Security
Morocco Dissident Historian to Be Provisionally Released: Lawyer
Tunisia 'Secretly' Exports 1,000 Tons of Couscous to Israel Annually
Americas
Brazil Supreme Court Tosses Evidence Against Lula in Corruption Cases
Belize National Football Team Briefly Held by Gunmen in Haiti
Environmental Activist Carlos Cerros Killed in Honduras
In Emotional Letter From Jail, Bolivian Ex-President Anez Alleges 'Abuse'
Democratic Senator Urges Biden Admin to Allow Diesel Swap in Venezuela
 
The War at Home
National Guard Convoy Carrying Covid-19 Vaccines Ambushed by Gunman in Texas: Police
Northrop and Lockheed Win Missile Defense Contracts Valued at Up to $7.6 Billion
Intel to Spend $20 Billion on US Chip Plants as CEO Challenges Asia Dominance
F-35 Program Moves Too Slowly in Deploying Software, Says Government Watchdog
US Warship Philippine Sea Back Underway Following Covid Outbreak
Portable Nuclear Reactor Project Moves Forward at Pentagon
Flight Test Schedule for US Hypersonic Weapons at Risk, Says Watchdog
Second Marine Officer Fired After Investigation Into Deadly Sinking of Assault Vehicle
China
Xi, Kim Share Messages Reaffirming China-North Korea Alliance
US 'Deeply Troubled' Over Canadians Detained in China: US State Dept
China Cracks Down on Online Military Posts
France Summons Chinese Envoy Over 'Unacceptable' Insults
EU-China Deal Grinds Into Reverse After Tit-for-Tat Sanctions
China-EU Relations: Why Beijing May Not Want to Let Xinjiang Sanctions Undermine Investment Deal
Afghanistan
'No Final Decisions' on Afghanistan at NATO Ministers Meeting
Blinken Pledges to 'Revitalize' NATO, Cooperation on Afghanistan
Pakistan: UN Summit to Provide Afghan Peace Roadmap
Afghan, Indian Foreign Ministers Discuss Afghan Peace Talks
Pakistan Taliban Claim Blast at Pakistani-Afghan Border That Killed Three and Injured 13
India/Pakistan
UAE Helped Broker Peace Talks Between India and Pakistan
Indian PM Sends 'Goodwill' Letter to Pakistan
Hopes Low for Progress at India, Pakistan's First River-Sharing Talks in Three Years
Indian Federal Police Charge 71 Anti-Vedanta-Smelter Protesters Over 2018 Violence, Sources Say
Myanmar
Myanmar Coup: Seven-Year-Old Girl 'Killed by Security Forces'
Myanmar Set for Silent Strike After Violence Claims Youngest Victim
Rebel Militia in Myanmar's Rakhine State Joins Other Minorities in Condemning Junta
Philippines
Philippines Supreme Court Condemns Rise of Violence Against Lawyers
Philippines Protests 'Threatening Presence' of Chinese Vessels in Disputed Waters
Asia
Bangladesh Probes Deadly Fire at Rohingya Camp, 400 Missing
UN Rights Office Gets Mandate to Document Sri Lanka War Crimes
Britain
London Police Arrest Man on Suspicion of Terrorism Offenses
New British Plan Looks to Boost F-35 Numbers, but Is It Still Aiming for 138?
Europe
Germany Shelves New Anti-Missile Weapon and Turns to Drone Defense
Cyprus to Allow Israelis in Starting April 1; Greece Lifts Cap on Visitors
Three Russian Bomber Pilots Killed by Ejection System Glitch
 
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Columnists

Doug Bandow
3/24/2021
The Failure of Huff and Puff Foreign Policy

Maj. Danny Sjursen, USA (ret.)
3/24/2021
This Is Their Year!: The Taliban MLB Franchise Favored To Win It All

Ted Snider
3/23/2021
If Israel Accuses Iran of Doing Something, Israel Is Likely Already Doing It

Ted Galen Carpenter
3/23/2021
Capitulation Diplomacy: Washington Keeps Making Unrealistic Demands of Other Countries

Daniel Larison
3/17/2021
Six Years Later, Yemen Is Still Being Starved

Ramzy Baroud
3/16/2021
Why the US Should Reverse Course on Venezuela

Dave DeCamp
3/16/2021
War Erupts Inside the Atlantic Council Over Article Questioning Washington’s Hostile Approach to Moscow

Sheldon Richman
3/15/2021
U(nspeakably) S(adistic) Foreign Policy

Reese Erlich
3/05/2021
Biden's Bombing of Syria Is a Dangerous Step Backward

Scott Horton
3/03/2021
How's the War on Terrorism Going?

David R. Henderson
12/11/2020
Chuck Yeager on War Crimes

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

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

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