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News
Updated August 10, 2020 - 1:15 PM EDT
Esper: 5,000 US Troops in Afghanistan by Nov.
 
  Afghan Tribal Council Approves Release of 400 Taliban Prisoners
US Begins Highest Level Taiwan Visit in Decades
 
  Taiwan Sends 200 Marines to Island in South China Sea
  US-China Relations: America Is Looking to Outgun PLA in Indo-Pacific
  CIA Says No Evidence of Tiktok Giving Data to China
Lebanon Govt Resigns Over Beirut Blast Outrage
 
  Is France Helping Lebanon, or Trying to Reconquer It?
Esper Says Troops Are Moving Closer to Russia
Nagasaki Mayor Stresses Arms Control
Gulf Alliance Pressures UN to Extend Iran Arms Embargo
Viewpoints
item China's Growing Military Strength Threatens America's Influence, Not Survival  by Doug Bandow
item Congress Needs to Question Intel Agencies in Public  by Paul R. Pillar
item US Intel: No Evidence of Foreign Interference in US Elections  by Bernhard
item Don't Delay Military Withdrawal From the Middle East  by Gareth Porter
item What Scowcroft Failed to Do  by Ray McGovern
item The Jakarta Method: How US Used Mass Murder to Beat Communism  by Daniel Larison

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Japan: 75th Anniversary of Nagasaki Atomic Bombing
'China Sympathizers': A New Red Scare Stalks Australian Businesses
Two Ex-Green Berets Sentenced to 20 Years for Venezuela Attack
Roadside Bomb Hits US-Led Coalition Trucks in Southern Iraq
What a Wechat Ban Would Mean for Americans
 
Lebanon
Esper Says Officials Still Don't Know Source of Beirut Blast
Beirut Would Be 'Erased' Had Full Chemical Load Exploded, Bulk Likely Stolen: Expert
Alarm Raised Over Explosive Chemicals at Beirut Port at Least 10 Times Before Deadly Lebanon Blast
Lebanon's PM Calls for Early Elections as Protests Turn Violent
Four Lebanese MPs Resign Amid Anger Over Beirut Port Blast
Beirut Protesters Hurl Rocks as Anger Over Devastating Blast Reignites
105 Soldiers Injured in Beirut's Protests Over Deadly Blast: Army
Hundreds of Protesters Injured as Anger Simmers in Beirut
Lebanese Protesters Hang Effigies of Political Leaders
Israel/Palestine
'Let My People Go': Thousands Gather in New Round of Anti-Netanyahu Protests
Netanyahu Said to Back Budget Delay, in Move That Would Avert Election
Israel Destroys Own Drone After Mistakenly Suspecting It Came From Lebanon
Hamas Threatens to End Ceasefire With Israel Amid Rising Tensions
After Gaza Incendiary Balloon Attacks, Israel Strikes Hamas Observation Post
Gazan Palestinians Donate Blood to Beirut Explosion Victims
Gaza Children Back at School With Few Virus Safety Measures
Army Fires Artillery Shells Into Central Gaza
Iraq
Iraq Daily Roundup: Turkish Soldier Among Eight People Killed
Mosul Officials, Residents Hopeful After Iraqi PM Issues Order to Expel Militias
Iraqi Protesters Burn Headquarters of Pro-Iranian Militia
Little to Catch for Basra's Fishermen as Stocks in Shatt Al-Arab Dwindle
Iran
Iran Indifferent to Trump Envoy's Quitting Amid Embargo Push
Iran Asks UN to Hold US Accountable for Plane Interception
Yemen
Floods in Yemen Kill 130, Displace Thousands, Rebels Say
Three Ethiopian Migrants Killed in Yemen Crossfire
Saudi Arabia
Washington Lauds Ex-Saudi Official Suing MBS in Rare Rebuke of Riyadh
Americas
Journalists in Southern Mexico 'Live in Terror' of Gangs' Violence
Three Amazon Tribesmen in Peru Killed During Protest Against Oil Firm
 
The War at Home
TikTok Is Reportedly Planning to Sue the Trump Administration Over Its Ban as Early as Tuesday
Oregon Trooper Injured, 24 Arrested in Portland Protests
Portland Officials Declare Riot, Force Protesters Away From Burning Police Union Office
Air Force Awards Contract to Develop a Hypersonic Air Force One
Sailor, Marines' Remains and Sunken AAV Recovered Off San Clemente Island
China/Hong Kong
Beijing's Top Office in Hong Kong Slams 'Ridiculous' US Sanctions
Hong Kong's Financial Institutions Gripped by Anxiety Over United States Sanctions
Hong Kong Privacy Chief Says US 'Doxxed' Sanctioned Officials
Afghanistan
Corruption Rampant, Involves Top Afghan Officials: Watchdogs
After Jirga, Afghan Leaders Have High Hopes for Peace
Protesters at Afghan Jirga Claim Mistreatment
10 Civilians Total Killed in Kabul, Kandahar Blasts
India/Kashmir
India to Ban Imports on Over 100 Items of Military Equipment
BJP Party Leader Shot in Kashmir
Asia
'Holy Warrior' Selfies: Pakistan Teen Feted for Killing US Blasphemy Suspect
Thai Protesters Stage Anti-Government Rally Despite Activists Release
Chad
Chad Says Boko Haram Wreaking Havoc Despite Offensive
Chad Inquiry Finds 44 Prisoners Died in Hot, Overcrowded Cell
Africa
Gunmen Kill Eight in Niger, Including Six French Aid Workers
Eight Soldiers Killed by Al-Shabab Suicide Bomber in Mogadishu
ISIS Will Bounce Back if Libya Civil War Doesn't End, Study Warns
In Darfur, Civilians Pay Price in New Wave of Deadly Violence
Ugandan Presidential Hopeful Says Police Used Bullets to Disperse Supporters
Zimbabwe Activists Decry 'Unprecedented Clampdown' After Arrests
Ukraine
Ceasefire Offers Opportunity for Eastern Ukraine Peace Push, Says President
Ukraine President Says Kyiv Staying Out of US Internal Politics, Elections
Europe
Protesters Clash With Police in Belarus Capital After 'Rigged' Vote
Anti-Kremlin Rallies in Russia's Far East Continue for Fifth Week
 
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9/16/2019
The FBI vs. Antiwar.com

Doug Bandow
8/10/2020
War Is Not an Option: China's Growing Military Strength Threatens America's Influence, Not Survival

David R. Henderson
8/07/2020
Remembering Hiroshima

Sheldon Richman
8/05/2020
Regarding Seth Rogen: Some Feelings Ought To Be Hurt

Maj. Danny Sjursen, USA (ret.)
8/04/2020
I Was Wrong: Congress Isn't Cowardly; It's Evil!

Ted Snider
8/03/2020
The Coronavirus May be Novel, But It's the Same Old Foreign Policy

Dave DeCamp
7/20/2020
The US Has No Place in the South China Sea Dispute

Scott Horton
7/02/2020
The Russian Bounties Hoax

Lucy Steigerwald
5/15/2020
Jackson State and Forgotten History

Ran HaCohen
12/11/2017
Jerusalem, the Capital of Apartheid

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