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North Korea Launched Two Ballistic Missiles
Biden Says It Will be 'Hard' To Leave Afghanistan
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US Army Revamping To Face China, Russia
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  US, NATO To Recruit India Into Global Alliance Against China, Russia
US, EU, NATO Take Steps to Unite Against China
  EU-China Deal on Rocks as Sanctions Shake Support in EU Parliament
Report on Yemen Civilian Harm From US Drones
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item Counting the Costs of the Libyan War Ten Years Later  by Daniel Larison
item A Brief List of Official Russia Claims That Proved to Be Bogus  by Matt Taibbi
item US, NATO Plan to Recruit India Into Alliance Against China and Russia  by Rick Rozoff
item The Return of the Quiet American  by James Carden
item The Native Land of the Hypocrite  by M. Reza Behnam
item Bleak Signs for US-China Restraint in Biden's Washington  by Michael D. Swaine

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