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Updated July 25, 2022 - 9:40 PM EDT
US Reps: Send US Military Advisors to Ukraine
 
  Russia Says Its Attack on Odesa Port Only Hit Military Targets
  Hungary's Orban Says US-Russia Talks Needed To End Ukraine War
  Zelensky Rejects Any Ceasefire With Russia
White House: Pelosi Taiwan Trip Could Spark Crisis
 
  Milley Accuses Chinese Military of Being More 'Aggressive'
  US Sanctions Help China Supercharge Its Chipmaking Industry
Iran Says It Foiled Israel-Linked Attacks on Iranian Sites
 
  IAEA Chief Warns Iran Nuclear Program May Be Galloping Ahead
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item Hey Israel, Let's Become a Normal Country  by Gideon Levy
item The War 'Diplomat': How Borrell and the West Lost the 'Global Battle of Narratives'  by Ramzy Baroud
item Global Reform and
How the US Hurts Itself
 by Ted Snider
item The Borsch War
 by Katya Sedgwick
item Biden, Media Standards Were All Over the Place During Mideast Trip  by James Zogby

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Frontline
Turkey Summons Swedish Mission Chief Over 'Terrorist Propaganda' in Stockholm
Iraq Says Preparing to Host 'Public' Meeting Between Iran, Saudi FMs
Pakistani Election Upset Favors Imran Khan's Return to Power
 
Ukraine
Russian Missile Strike Kills Three in Central Ukraine: Governor
Ukraine Strikes Bridge Used for Russian Supplies in Occupied South
Tell Us Where Russian Troops Are Living, Ukraine Tells Citizens in Key Region
Russian Tank Attack in Eastern Ukraine Kills 2 Americans, Canadian, and Swede
US ID's 2 American Volunteer Soldiers Killed in Ukraine
Sanctions & Shortages
Fertilizer Cargo From Russia Heads to US as Many Worry About Food Shortages
US Treasury Gives Green Light to Russian Default Insurance Payouts
Lavrov Offers Reassurance Over Russian Grain Supplies in Cairo Visit
Hungary's Orban Says EU Sanctions on Russia Have Failed
EU Looks to Replace Gas From Russia With Nigerian Supplies
Europe
Legislating 'Apartheid': Critics Slam Bosnia's Election Law Plan
Albania's Newly Sworn-In President Urges Political Unity
Mediterranean Ships Recover Five Bodies, Rescue Over 1,100 Refugees
Activist Arrested Over Fake 'Bomb Threat' After London Pro-Uyghur Protest
WWI Battlefield Is on Fire and Exploding 100-Year-Old Ordnance
China/Taiwan
China Heightens Warning to US Over Possible House Speaker Pelosi Visit to Taiwan: Financial Times
FBI Investigation Determined Chinese-Made Huawei Equipment Could Disrupt US Nuclear Arsenal Communications
China Reveals Disposable Long-Range Nuclear Reactor Torpedo Design
China Launches Second Space Station Module, Wentian
Afghanistan
Taliban Has Implemented Doha Agreement: Deputy Spokesman
Taliban Spokesman Balkhi: Suspension of Schools Is 'Temporary'
International Favors Not Welcome if 'Against Islam': Taliban Minister Hanafi
Taliban: Humanitarian Situation 'Exacerbated' by Sanctions
Kabul Facing Water Shortages: Afghanistan Water Company
Tashkent to Host International Conference on Afghanistan
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Presidential Office To Reopen After Crackdown
Rights Groups Urge Sri Lanka Not to Use Force on Protesters
Rights Group Seeks Arrest of Ex-Sri Lanka President in Singapore
Asia
Former Mayor Among Three Killed in Philippines Shooting
North Korea Denounces US Over Washington's Remarks on Cryptocurrency Stealing
Myanmar Junta Execute Four Democracy Activists
Thailand PM Prayuth Survives Fourth Confidence Vote
Researchers Warn of Growing Potential for Mass Killings in Indonesia's Papua Region
Haiti
At Least 17 Haitian Refugees Killed as Boat Capsizes Off Bahamas
Haitian Children Who Escaped Gang Violence Take Shelter in School
Brazil
Brazil's Bolsonaro Officially Launches Re-Election Bid
 
Palestine/Israel
Israeli Supreme Court Rules Citizens Can Be Stripped of Status for 'Breach of Loyalty'
Biden Pressing Palestinians to Cooperate on Abraham Accords, but Abbas Undecided
Israeli Forces Kill Two Palestinians in Overnight Nablus Raid
Israel Navy Shoots Live Fire at Palestinian Fishermen
Masafer Yatta: Israel Troops Attack Activists During Protest
Gaza's Women and Girls See No Escape From Violence
Dozens of Palestinian Prisoners to Go on Solidarity Hunger Strike
UN Economic and Social Council Adopts Two Resolutions in Favor of Palestine
Iraq
Iraq Daily Roundup: Six Killed
Turkey Resumes Shelling of Parakh Village After Wednesday's Deadly Attack in Iraq
Iraq Withdraws From Turkey Olympic Competition Over Zakho
Iraq, Kurdistan Choose 'Dialogue' to Ease Oil Dispute
Iraqi PMF Finally Holds Military Parade Following Delays
Syria
Attack on Church Ceremony in Syria Kills Two, More Wounded
Syria Bans Interaction With a List of Facebook Pages
Iran
France's Macron Says Iran Nuclear Deal 'Still Possible'
Crime Wave Hits Tehran as Thousands of Iranians Pushed Into Poverty
Middle East
King of Bahrain Dismisses Veteran Minister Over Refusal to Normalize With Israel
Houthi Report Says Flash Floods in Yemen Leave 9 Dead
Jordan King Slams Border Attacks by Iran-Tied Militias
Kuwaiti Emir's Son Named Prime Minister
Egypt
Egypt Civilians, Security Injured in ISIS Attacks in Sinai
Egypt's Small Farms Play Big Role but Struggle to Survive
Libya
Death Toll in Libya Militia Clashes Rises to 16: Health Ministry
US and Russia Urge Calm as Violence in Libya Escalates
Gadhafi's Widow Appeals Malta Court Ruling to Send Funds to Libya
Mali
Jihadi Rebels Attack Key Military Base Near Mali's Capital
Al-Qaeda Affiliate Claims Deadly Mali Attack
Tunisia
Hundreds Protest Against Tunisia Draft Constitution as Vote Looms
Tunisian President's Once-Passionate Voters Split Over His Power Grab, One Year On
An Old Political Prisoner Warns Against New Tunisian Constitution
Photos: What Tunisian Protesters Want
Factbox: How Tunisia's President Has Tightened His Grip
Nigeria
Nigeria Unable to Benefit From High Oil Prices
The War at Home
'AIPAC Lost Its Way': Bill De Blasio Says Pro-Israel Group Has Become Too Partisan
New US Ambassador to Australia, Caroline Kennedy, Says US Needs to Engage More in the Pacific
Two US Soldiers Connected to the Mystery of Decapitated Paratrooper Convicted of Non-Violent Charges
 
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Columnists

Ramzy Baroud
7/25/2022
The War 'Diplomat': How Borrell and the West Lost the 'Global Battle of Narratives'

Ted Snider
7/25/2022
Global Reform and How the US Hurts Itself

Ray McGovern
7/21/2022
Ukraine-US-Russia: Dangers of Tit-for-Tat

Daniel Larison
7/20/2022
Biden Hides Behind 'Great Power Competition' To Maintain the Bankrupt Status Quo

Doug Bandow
7/20/2022
Ukraine Wants Security Guarantees To Stop Fighting: If Americans and Europeans Won't Battle for Kyiv Today, Why Would They Do So Tomorrow?

Patrick J. Buchanan
7/15/2022
Is a US-Russia War Becoming Inevitable?

David Stockman
6/28/2022
Washington's Sanctions War Kneecaps the West, Not Russia

Ted Galen Carpenter
6/14/2022
Congress Is Willingly Abdicating Its War Powers Again

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

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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