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Updated September 14, 2021 - 8:46 PM EDT
Pentagon Paid Arms Industry $4.4 Trillion Since 9/11
  Corporate Beneficiaries of the Post-9/11 Pentagon Spending
  1,700 Former Acquisition Officials Moved on to Defense Contractors
Report Falsely Claims Iran Close To Having a Nuke
  Iran To Resume Nuclear Talks in 'Near Future'
  Iran Sends Fuel to Crisis-Hit Lebanon
Israeli Warplanes Destroy Poultry Farms in Gaza
  Israel Hits Hamas Targets in Gaza as Hostilities Escalate
Biden to Host In-Person Quad Summit With Eye on China
  China Asks US Not to Allow Taiwan to Rename De Facto Embassy
Blinken: New Afghan Aid, but Afghan Funds Still Frozen
item Ukraine, USA, Russia, and Spheres of Influence  by Ted Snider
item How Many More Palestinians Must Die for Israel's 'Security'?  by Ramzy Baroud
item How 9/11 Enabled a Preconceived Vision of an Imperial US Foreign Policy  by Jim Lobe
item Saigon 1975, Kabul 2021, Baghdad 2024?  by Ted Galen Carpenter
item Ending the Post-9/11 Forever Wars  by Rep. Barbara Lee
item The Afghan War Is Over, Military Leaders Try to Hide Their Failures  by Jeff Schogol

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