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Updated May 11, 2022 - 9:33 PM EDT
House Passes New Bill for $40 Billion for Ukraine
Sen. Tuberville: US Risks War by 'Poking the Bear'
 
  Austin, Blinken Ask Congress to Pass New Ukraine Aid by May 19
  Increasing Military Aid, Intel Sharing Reflects Ukraine Mission Creep

Leader of Ukraine's Kherson Ask To Join Russia

 
  Lithuania's FM Calls for Moscow Regime Change
  UN: 'Credible' Info About Ukraine Troops Torturing Russian Prisoners
  UK's Boris Johnson Urges Ukraine Not to Negotiate With Russia
  Ukraine Hails 'Turning Point' as Germany Hardens Stance on Russia
Philippines: Balancing Act for China, US in New Marcos Era
 
  China Slams US for Changing Taiwan Wording on State Dept Website
Israeli Troops Kill Palestinian-American Journalist
Israel Fires Missile at Syrian Border Area
IAEA: Iran Dragging Its Feet in Explaining Undeclared Sites
Report Reveals ICE Spent Billions Spying on Americans
Viewpoints
item Americans Don't Want War With Russia  by Doug Bandow
item Why Should Russia and the United States Be Enemies?  by Jeremy Kuzmarov
item Gulf Funded Think Tank Turns Pro-Saudi, UAE Messaging Up to 11  by Ben Freeman
item Tom Cotton, Fanatical Militarist  by Daniel Larison
item Info-Warrior Malcolm Nance  by John Kiriakou
item Biden Is Replicating Woodrow Wilson's Propaganda Machine  by John Maxwell Hamilton & Kevin R. Kosar

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Frontline
Civilian Harm Fell in 2021, Airwars Annual Report Finds
Queen's Speech: UK to Ban Boycott Campaigns in Blow to BDS Supporters
US Intel Questioned for Misjudging Afghanistan, Ukraine
Timeline of NATO Expansion Since 1949
 
Ukraine
Ukraine Civilian Deaths 'Thousands Higher' Than Official Toll: UN
Ukraine Says Russia Pounding Mariupol Steel Works, Mayor's Aide Says 100 Civilians Remain
Zelensky Calls for International Help to End Odesa Blockade
Russia Pounds Vital Port of Odesa, Targeting Supply Lines
Ukraine Pushes Russian Troops Back in Counter-Offensive Near Kharkiv
Russia Says It Repelled Ukrainian Attempts to Reclaim Snake Island
Sanctions, Bans, Shortages
Russian Gas Flows to Europe Via Ukraine to Stop Wednesday
Japan to Decide Russia Oil Embargo Timing Based on Economy
A Russian Gas Halt Would Hit European, North Africa Economies
French Minister Beaune: EU Deal on Russian Oil Ban Could Be Reached This Week
Ukraine War Fuels Food Crisis in Distant Africa
Four Russian Governors Resign as Sanctions Bite
Ukraine's Zelensky Says Sixth Package of EU Sanctions Against Russia Needed
Ukraine War Speeds Greece's Transition to EU Energy Gateway
US & Ukraine/Russia
Private US Group Says It Has Secured Release of Russian-Held American in Ukraine
Eight US C-17s Spotted Heading South Over Europe in Military Exercise
Pentagon Pitches Law Changes to Enable US-EU Defense Cooperation
Smooth Sailing in Senate Seen for Biden Ukraine Ambassador Pick
The World & Ukraine/Russia
Russia to Help Ally Belarus Create Iskander-Type Missile, Lukashenko Says
Crucial NATO Decisions Expected in Finland, Sweden This Week
Finnish Parliament's Defense Committee Recommends NATO Membership
NATO Membership Would Strengthen Nordic Defense, Swedish Defense Minister Says
Ukraine's Zelensky Tells Malta to Clamp Down on Russian Dual-Nationals
Amid Ukraine Pressures at Home, Italian PM Heads to White House
Rheinmetall Delivers 3,000 Military Vehicles to Germany
Germany Reopens Embassy in Kyiv, Supports War Crimes Probes
Lithuanian Lawmakers Brand Russian Actions in Ukraine as 'Genocide', 'Terrorism'
Turkey: Russia-Ukraine War May Have Caused Rising Dolphin Deaths in Black Sea
Portuguese Police Raid Local Center Where Russians Handled Ukrainian Refugees
Czech Republic Elected to Replace Russia on UN Rights Council
Northern Ireland
UK Says It Will Take All Necessary Steps to Protect Northern Ireland Peace
Irish PM Warns UK's Johnson Against Unilateral Action on Protocol
Europe
Armenian Police Detain 61 at Opposition Protests
Spain Fires Intelligence Chief Amid Phone Hacking Scandals
EU Slams Israeli Court Ruling Okaying Expulsion of Palestinians From IDF Firing Zone
Libya
Libyan Parliament Says Bashagha Govt Should Start Work in Sirte
Libya's Khalifa Haftar a No-Show for US Deposition in War Crimes Lawsuit
Africa
14 Civilians Killed in Eastern DR Congo Attack
Burkina Army Says Killed Over 50 'Terrorists'
Egypt, US Eye Counter-Terrorism Ties After ISIS Sinai Attack
Tunisia: President Names Pro-Coup Members to New Election Commission
Protesters Remain in Sudan's Prisons as Dialogue Is Postponed
With Oil Sales Tied Up, South Sudan Battles to Pay Salaries
Mexico
Mexico President Will Not Attend if Nations Are Excluded From Americas Summit
Mexican Women March for Justice, Answers on Disappeared
Colombia
Colombia Cartel Shuts Down Towns Over Leader's Extradition
Paraguayan Anti-Mafia Prosecutor Killed in Colombia
Americas
Brazil's Bolsonaro Planning to Skip Biden-Hosted Americas Summit
Ecuador Imprisonment 'Almost a Death Sentence': Amnesty
US Indicts Haitian Gang Leader Over 2021 Missionaries Kidnapping
Honduran Ex-President Pleads Not Guilty to US Drugs, Weapons Charges
 
The War at Home
Microsoft Official to Assume Leading Role at the National Cyber Director's Office
First Public UFO Hearing in Over 50 Years to Be Held by Congress Next Week
US Navy Introduces First Orca Unmanned Drone Submarine
US Army Deploys Infantry Squad Vehicles Despite Negative Assessment
Bill Would Mandate Honorable Discharge for Troops Booted for Refusing Covid Vaccine Mandate
Palestine/Israel
Report: Biden Considers Visiting Occupied East Jerusalem
Israeli Officials at Odds Over Major Military Operation in Gaza, West Bank
Israel Opens 'Settler-Only' Road in Bethlehem
Israeli Forces Raze Jerusalem Homes, Leaving 40 Palestinians Destitute
Israel Wounds Three Palestinians, Arrests 12 in West Bank
Israeli Soldiers Teargas Schoolchildren Near Nablus
Israel Said to Nix 1,100 Palestinian Entry Permits Over Relatives' 'Terror Ties'
Families in Gaza Still Grieve a Year After Israeli Offensive
A Year on From War, Gaza Frustrated at Slow Reconstruction
'It Felt Like a Grave': Trapped Under the Rubble in Gaza
Palestinians Call for ICC Probe Into Israel's Forcible Displacement in Masafer Yatta
Israel Denies Deal With Jordan to Expand Waqf Staff on Temple Mount
Iran
Iran's Navy to Launch Two Indigenous Destroyers
Iran Slams Turkey's Upstream Dam-Building Activity
Iraq
Iraq Daily Roundup: 11 Killed
US Forces Mistakenly Fire on Homes in Kurdistan: Local Official
Kurdish Protester Freed After Nearly Two Years in Jail
Syria
ISIS Killed 52 in Brutal Ramadan Campaign in Syria: Report
Turkey 'Neutralized' Six Kurdish Fighters in Northern Syria: Ministry
Brussels Conference: Donors Pledge $6.7 Billion in Aid for Syrians
Yemen
'Yemeni Mothers Are Mothers, Too': US Activists Question Jill Biden's Trip to Ukraine
UN Seeks $144 Million to Offload Decaying Yemen Oil Tanker
Middle East
Kuwait's Crown Prince Finally Accepts Government's Resignation
Nasrallah Rejects Israeli-Born US Envoy to Maritime Border Talks With Jerusalem
Turkey Has Not Expelled Any Hamas or Muslim Brotherhood Members, Sources Say
Jordanian King to Meet Biden at White House Amid Temple Mount Tensions
Afghanistan
US Has 'Leverage to Wield' With Taliban: State Dept
Taliban: 'Adversaries in Panjshir Surrendered'
Afghan Women Protest Taliban Order to Cover Faces, Bodies
WFP: Record Levels of Hunger Persist in Afghanistan
Save the Children: Nearly 10m Afghan Children Going Hungry
Women and Girls Drive in Herat City Despite License Suspensions
Flour and Cooking Oil Prices Rise in Kabul
35 Community Leaders Elected for Kabul City: Municipality
China/Taiwan/Hong Kong
China Says G7 Concern Over Hong Kong Leader Selection Is Interference
UN Rights Boss to Arrive in China for Historic Visit by Month-End
Taiwan Activist Says Did Forced Labor in China but Not Tortured
Koreas
South Korea's Yoon Calls on North to Give Up Nukes
North Korea Missile Launched From Sub Last Week Appears Same Model as Last Year's: Japan Minister
Japan Says South Korea Wants to Work on Improving Ties
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Issues 'Shoot-On-Sight' Order to Quell Unrest
Sri Lanka Anti-Government Protests Continue Despite Curfew
Army Evacuates Former Sri Lankan PM From Besieged Residence
Flashpoints in Deadly Violence Over Sri Lanka Economic Crisis
Photos: After PM, Sri Lanka Protesters Now Want President to Quit
Okinawa
Police Question Okinawa-Based Marine About Crash That Killed Japanese Pedestrian
 
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Columnists

Daniel Larison
5/11/2022
Tom Cotton, Fanatical Militarist

Doug Bandow
5/11/2022
Americans Don't Want War With Russia

Ted Galen Carpenter
5/10/2022
Does Nonmember Ukraine Have a De Facto Article 5 Commitment From NATO?

Patrick J. Buchanan
5/10/2022
Is Ukraine's War Now America's War?

Ted Snider
5/10/2022
Joe Biden and the Dearth of Diplomacy

Ray McGovern
5/09/2022
What the Media Still Isn't Telling You About Russiagate

David Stockman
5/04/2022
Sleepy Joe's $33 Billion Abomination

Dave DeCamp
5/02/2022
A Lesson From Ukraine: China's Red Lines on Taiwan Shouldn't Be Ignored

Ramzy Baroud
4/30/2022
Bennett Must Tread Carefully: The 'Sword of Jerusalem' Could Be Unleashed Again

Sheldon Richman
4/25/2022
NATO and Collective Insecurity

Scott Horton
3/03/2022
The History Behind the Russia-Ukraine War

Maj. Danny Sjursen, USA (ret.)
2/10/2022
'I Know You Are But What Am I': Russia's Ready Response to US Africa-Alarmism

David R. Henderson
8/06/2021
Remembering Hiroshima

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

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