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Iran Rejects New US 'Compromise' Proposal
  Iran Start-Ups Battle Brain Drain and US Sanctions
War Games to Simulate War With China, Russia
  AFRICOM-Led 33-Nation Naval Exercise in Oil-Rich Gulf of Guinea
Blinken Slams Chinese Sanctions on US Officials
  US Ambassador to Palau Travels to Taiwan in 1st Envoy Visit Since 1979
  US Reaffirms Support for Philippines as S. China Sea Tensions Rise
Biden: No 'Intention' To Meet With N. Korea's Kim
Iraqi Officials To Push for Ouster of US Troops
Pentagon Would Face Lawsuits if US Exits Afghanistan
Blinken Ignores Impact of US Sanctions in Plea for Syria Aid
item Unhappy 18th Anniversary: Unholy Pro-War Lobbying Pushed US Into Iraq Quagmire  by Ted Galen Carpenter
item How a US-Iran Deal Helps Red States  by Trita Parsi
item MbS Has Lost the War in Yemen. It's Time to End the Humanitarian Disaster  by Madawi al-Rasheed
item Autocracy vs. Democracy or China vs. America?  by Patrick J. Buchanan
item 'Cut Aid Over Israeli Apartheid' Say Americans: Poll  by Grant Smith
item Joe Biden Shouldn't Be Able to Start Wars on His Own  by Daniel R. DePetris

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