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Updated September 26, 2021 - 9:44 PM EDT
Trump Admin Considered Murdering Assange
US Won't Ask Taliban Permission for Airstrikes
  Acting Defense Minister Orders Forces to Respect Amnesty
  Taliban to Seek Funds for Families Harmed by International Forces
  Revealed: UK Forces Linked to Deaths of Nearly 300 Afghan Civilians
Biden Hosts First Quad Summit To Counter China
  US Carrier Sails Into South China Sea After Afghanistan Deployment
  US to Drop Charges on Huawei CFO, Allowing Her to Return to China
Iran: US Sends a 'Negative Sign' With Sanctions
North Korea Open to Talks With South
Texas Moves to Divest From Ben & Jerry's
140 Killed in Battle for Yemen Govt Stronghold of Marib
item No Aloha for Assassin Drones
That Have Arrived in Hawai'i
 by Col. Ann Wright (ret.)
item Thomas Jefferson and the American Principle of Peaceful Coexistence  by Mike Maharrey
item Lessons Leaders Must Learn From Afghan Debacle  by Ted Galen Carpenter
item Afghanistan and Beyond:
End US War-Making Everywhere
 by Azadeh Shahshahani

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New Report: Deadly Impact and Global Condemnation of US Sanctions
DoD Civilians on Notice for Mandatory Vaccine Deadline as US Weighs Enforcement
Bitcoin Slumps as China Bans All Cryptocurrency Transactions
DoD Inspector General Launches Investigation Into Kabul Drone Strike That Killed 10 Civilians
Fort Bliss Investigates Assault of Female Servicemember by Afghan Evacuees
Who Will Speak for Afghanistan at the United Nations?
US Grants Licenses for More Aid Flow to Afghanistan Despite Sanctions
Kabul Passport Office Remains Closed
Qatar's Al-Thani Says 'Taliban Can Change'
Hundreds Protest in Kabul to Demand Release of Afghan Foreign Reserves
China/Hong Kong/Huawei
China Frees Two Canadians Following Release of Huawei Executive
Meng's Surprise Release May Not Improve China's Relationship With US or Canada, Analysts Say
US Commerce Chief: More Action to Be Taken on Huawei if Needed
China's Huawei Says US Sanctions Cause $30 Billion Loss in Its Handset Revenue a Year
China and EU to Hold Talks on Tuesday as Sanctions, AUKUS and Lithuania Throw Up Complications
China Draws Up List of 100 Instances of US 'Interference' in Hong Kong
North Korea Leader's Sister Demands South Drop 'Hostile Policies': KCNA
South Korea, US Repatriate War Casualties 70 Years Later
Imran Khan Paints Pakistan as Victim of US Ungratefulness
Indian DRDO Denies Test of Agni-V Missile in October
France's Role in NATO Not in Question Despite US Rift
French Trade Minister Declines to Meet With Australian Counterpart
AUKUS: In Sign of Easing Tensions, France's Macron Holds Call With UK's Johnson
Russian Police Detain Activists Ahead of Protest
Weekend Reviews
Scott Horton's Enough Already, the Essential History of the War on Terrorism
Stalin's War: a New History of World War II
The Card Counter Is an Unexpectedly Powerful Anti-War Film
Our 20-Year Reign of Terror, Full Circle
Seeing the Reality of the Vietnam War, 50 Years Late
At General Assembly, Abbas Demands Israel Withdraw to 1967 Borders Within a Year
Hamas Claims 'Fundamental Development' in Prisoner Exchange Talks
Palestinian Man Shot Dead by Israeli Forces in the West Bank
Israeli Forces Injure 12 Palestinians in Beita, Kafr Qaddum
Injuries Reported as Jewish Settlers Attack Palestinian Village Near Hebron
Israeli Police to Establish Permanent Presence in UAE
Iraq Daily Roundup: 11 Killed
Over 300 Prominent Iraqis Publicly Call for Full Peace With Israel
Hezbollah Says Second Iranian Fuel Tanker Arrived in Country
Lebanese President Calls for Financial Assistance in UN Speech
Middle East
Khashoggi: US Firm Ends Lobbying Contract With Saudi Center Linked to Murder
US Senators Urge State Dept to Confront Bahrain's 'Repression'
Pegasus: Rights Activist Alaa Al-Siddiq Hacked by Israeli Spyware Before Death: Report
Libyans Protest Against Parliament No-Confidence Vote
Libya PM Draws Crowd for Mass Wedding and Protest Against Parliament
Haftar's Militias Release Former Minister of Libya's Parallel Government Four Years After Capture
Chad Plans to Double Army Size to Deal With Security Challenges
Chad's Military Ruler Mahamat Deby Names Transitional Parliament
French Soldier Killed in Mali Militant Clash
France Worried as Mali Junta Flirts With Russians
Algerian Official Warns of Further Measures Against Morocco
Nigeria Arrests Three Over Baptist School Abduction
In Mozambique, Kagame Says Rwandan Troops' Work Not Over
US Military
House NDAA Includes Permanent UFO-Studying Office Within Pentagon
US Military Eyes Prototype Mobile Nuclear Reactor in Idaho
Army's Top General for Public Affairs Suspended, Investigated for Toxic Leadership
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US Can't Save the World: That Includes Lebanon

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How Provocative Are Australia's Nuclear Submarines?

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Old Soldier Mark Milley Should 'Fade Away'

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The Perils of Forgetting: Learn From the Afghan War or Repeat It!

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Peter Bergen is Mistaken About Bin Laden's Strategy

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Afghanistan Aftermath: No Firings? No Resignations?

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Remembering Hiroshima

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