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US Story on Iran Nuke Facility Doesn't Add Up

  US Repeats 'Demands' on New Iran Site

In Dispute With Iran, Path to Iraq Is in Spotlight


Iran: Missile Tests Have Nothing to Do With New Nuclear Plant

Gen. Odierno Touts Small Iraq Troop Cut

Murder Charge Dropped in Iraqi Detainee Killing


Tuesday: 7 Iraqis Killed, 15 Iraqis Wounded

NATO Chief Cautions Against Afghan Pullout
  30 Killed in Kandahar Bus Bombing
Zazi Pleads Not Guilty to WMD-Related Charges

Retired Military Officers Push to Close Guantánamo Prison

Multiple US Missile Strikes Kill 26 in Waziristan
US Taxpayer Dollars Are Filling the Taliban's Coffers  by Kelley Vlahos
Is the Media Exaggerating the Iranian Nuke Threat?  by Juan Cole
Recycling an Old Strategy in Afghanistan  by Thomas R. Eddlem
McChrystal's Myth  by Jeff Huber
Mission Improbable  by Alan Bock
'In China, at Least I Would Have a Trial'  by Jacob G. Hornberger

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Without Bush, Media Loses Interest in War Caskets

Defense Bill, Lauded by White House, Contains Billions in Earmarks

2 GIs, Filipino Marine Killed by Land Mine in Philippines

US Gen. Thinks North Korea Will Turn to Roadside Bombs

Appeals Court Upholds Dismissal of Military Anthrax Vaccine Suit

State Dept. Discloses Extended Talks With Cuba

Two Blasts Injure 10 Civilians in Baghdad

Tuesday: 7 Iraqis Killed, 15 Iraqis Wounded

Iraqi Soccer Team to Host Kuwaiti Club


Iran Warns West Against 'Past Mistakes'

Iran Accuses UN Chief of Parroting West on Nukes

US Hopes for More Iran Sanctions by Year's End

Iran Is Seeking a 'Two-Way Street' at Talks

Iran Insists on Its Rights to Civilian Nuclear Program

Ban: Iran Violates UN Resolution With Second Nuclear Plant

Arab League Chief Urges Caution on Iranian Nuclear Program

Iran Will Allow Swiss Access to Detained Americans

Iran Owns 10 Percent of French Nuclear Fuel Plant

Oil, Ideology Keep China From Joining Push Against Iran

'War on Terror'

List Shows 75 Gitmo Prisoners Cleared for Release

US Claims Success Against al-Qaeda

Bin Laden Sports 'I Love Guantánamo' T-Shirt on DC Billboard

GAO: Saudi Individuals, Groups Backing Extremists

NY Terror Case Played Into SF Evacuation

Honduras to Restore Liberties; Standoff at Protest

UN Official: Honduras Takes 'Seriously Bad Turn'


US Takes a Radical Turn on Myanmar

US Planning New Overtures to Burma


UN Envoy Dismisses 'Simplistic' Afghanistan Plans

UN Envoy Presses Nations to Escalate With US in Afghanistan

Obama, NATO Chief Focus on Afghanistan

Taliban Roadway Attacks Spread Fear in Afghanistan

US Marines Miss Out on Home Comforts in Helmand


Officials Fear New Mumbai-Style Attack by Group

India Plans All-Out Attack on Maoists

Militants Kill Three Indian Soldiers in Kashmir

Pro-Israel Group Says UN Report Proves Need to Move Against Rights Group

UN Expert Defends Gaza War Crimes Report

Palestinian Official: Still Not Ready for Direct Talks With Israel

Israeli General Says Military Shouldn't Have to Avoid Killing Civilians During Combat

Israeli DM to Remain in UK Despite Arrest Attempt

Court Grants Palestinian Man Entry to Israel, Despite State Ban

Guinea Junta Troops 'Killed and Raped Hundreds at Democracy Rally'

France Cuts Military Aid to Guinea

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Our Intelligence, and Theirs

Ivan Eland
Empathy for 'Adversaries'

Kelley B. Vlahos
The Two Faces of Kimberly Kagan

Nebojsa Malic
Only in Bosnia

Philip Giraldi
Listening to Sibel Edmonds

Charles V. Peņa
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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