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Updated September 29, 2009 - 11:14 PM EDT
Is the Iran Debate Over?
  US Seeking a Range of Sanctions Against Iran
Pakistan Vows to Block US Attack on Quetta
  At Least 18 Killed in US Drone Attacks on Waziristan

Pakistani Opposition Terms US Aid 'Peanuts,' Demands More


Clinton Lauds Swat Valley 'Victory'


US Says Taliban Has a New Haven in Pakistan

Obama: Karzai to Stay in Power Despite Fraud

Clinton Says Karzai Must Earn Afghans' Trust

Bush-Era Officials May Be Liable for Terror Policies
  Disagreements Over Who Is a Terrorist 'Undermining Civil Liberties'

The Case of the Missing Torture Documents

EU Report to Conclude Georgia Started 2008 War with Russia
Fears of Blame for Defeat Shadow Afghan War Meetings  by Gareth Porter
Intelligence Veterans Demand Accountability for Torture  Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity
Call for Universal National Service Raises Uncomfortable Questions in Israel  by Jonathan Cook

Is Iran Nearing a Bomb?
by Patrick J. Buchanan

Another War in the Works
by Paul Craig Roberts
Obama Drops Plan for Guantanamo 'Indefinite Detention' Law  by Andy Worthington

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Former FBI Agent Confirms Edmonds Claim: State Dept. Official Was Target of Espionage Probe

Holy Month Ends, and Violence Rises Again in Iraq

Guantánamo Deadline May Be Missed

Syria Calls for Israel to Join Nuclear Treaty

Israel Bombs Gaza Site


String of Bombings Kills at Least 18 Across Iraq

Four Kurdish Militiamen Found Executed in Northern Iraq

Monday: 27 Iraqis Killed, 52 Wounded

Iran Test Fires Its Most Advanced Missiles

Iran Says All Missile Tests Successful

Russian FM: Iranian Missile Tests Cause Concern

'War on Terror'

NYC Terror Probe Focuses on Accomplices


North Korea's New Constitution Mentions Human Rights

New Constitution Bolsters Kim's Power

North Korean Media Says Chinese Premier to Visit NK

Divided Korean Families Bid Farewell to Each Other


US Links Talks With Myanmar to North Korea

At UN, Myanmar Blasts Sanctions, Pledges Democracy


US Blasts Zelaya for 'Foolish' Return

Honduran Troops Shut Down Pro-Zelaya Media

In Other News

Yemeni Forces Clash With Separatists in Southern Yemen

Ancient Polynesians Sort of Respected the Geneva Conventions, Book Insists

British Army Recruitment Surge 'Due to Patriotism and Recession'


Civilians Flee Taliban Stronghold in NW Pakistan

Afghanistan Says 40 Taliban Killed in Farah

Militants Kill Six Truck Drivers in Eastern Afghanistan

Al-Qaeda Number Two Calls German Leader Merkel a Liar on Afghanistan

Pakistan Minister: US Claims Mullah Omar in Quetta 'Baseless'

Pakistan PM Denies Fighting US 'Proxy' War

Police: Suicide Attack Kills 4 in NW Pakistan

Pakistan, India at Impasse in Top Diplomats' Talks


South Israel Fears Return to Pre-Gaza War Days

Palestinian Authority Slams Israel on Mosque

Israel Envoys Head to US for Talks on Relaunching Peace Process

Russia and Her Neighbors

Ukraine PM to Russia: Hand Over Poisoning Figures

Russia's President Medvedev Shows Tough Side by Posing With Machine Gun

Recent Killings Show Obama Commitment to Somali 'Govt'

Four Killed as Somali Govt Troops Clash With Other Somali Govt Troops

Somalia Government Says Strategic Central Town Recaptured


Guinea Soldiers Shoot Dead 'Dozens' of Protesters

US Envoy's Outreach to Sudan Is Criticized as Naive


Justin Raimondo
September 'Surprise'

Kelley B. Vlahos
The Two Faces of Kimberly Kagan

Nebojsa Malic
Only in Bosnia

Philip Giraldi
Listening to Sibel Edmonds

Ivan Eland
Obama Needs to Expand on His Good Instincts in Foreign Policy

Charles V. Peña
Lessons of 9/11 Still Unlearned

David R. Henderson
An Evening With Cindy Sheehan

Ran HaCohen
Fascism Needs an Enemy

Alan Bock
Independence, Empire Don't Mesh

Edouard Husson
The Virtues of Gorbachevism

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