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US Govt Invisible Hand in Protests Around World
Taiwan DM Says No Sign China Preparing for War
  US Military Patch Depicts Drone and Skull Over China
  Portugal Rejects US Threats Over China Relations
  US, Japan, Australia, and India to Meet in Show of Unity to China
Azerbaijan, Armenia Reject Talks, Battle Continues
  Turkey Denies Allegation of Downing Armenian Jet
US Demands Iraq Immediately Act Against Militias
  Iraqis Decry Govt Over Insecurity as 7 Civilians Slain in Rocket Fire
Assange Could End Up at Colorado Supermax Prison
  Assange Witnesses To Detail Alleged CIA Plot to Kill Assange
US To Base Massive Ship in Greece, Near Disputed Waters
item US Foreign Policy: The Problem of Applying the Monroe Doctrine Everywhere  by Doug Bandow
item TikTok Isn't a Threat to Our Privacy and Security, but the NSA Is  by Jason C. Ditz
item Twilight of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization  by Melvin Goodman
item Defense Destroys Basis For Hacking Charge Against Assange  by Kevin Gosztola
item How the US Could End the War in Yemen  by Edward Hunt
item Trump Continues the Never-Ending War on Cuba  by Jacob Hornberger

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The War at Home
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Afghan Team Told to Be Flexible in Negotiating With Taliban
Roadside Bomb Kills 14 Civilians in Afghanistan
Abdullah Abdullah Meets Imran Khan, Discusses Peace
India Looks to Store Oil in the US to Reduce Supply Risks
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