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Missing GIs Spark 'Friendly Fire' in Afghanistan
  Afghans: NATO Killed Nine Civilians in Attack
  Afghan Policeman Successfully Escapes to Taliban After UK Killings
  UN Sending Half of All Staffers Out of Afghanistan
  New Afghan Violence Makes Obama Decision Tougher
  The Worsening Security Picture in Afghanistan
Suspect Alive: 13 Dead in Ft. Hood Shooting
  Suspect Was 'Mortified' About Deployment to War
  Fort Hood Has Felt the Strain of Repeated Deployments
Pak DM: North Waziristan to Be Attacked Next
  Pakistani Taliban Chief Warns Followers Not to Retreat
ElBaradei: Iran's Qom 'Nothing to Worry About'
  Report Claims Iran Tested 'Advanced Nuclear Warhead' Design
Iraq Law Fails Again, January Vote 'Impossible'
  US Tries to Keep a Low Profile Ahead of Iraq Elections
House Panel Defies Obama on PATRIOT Act
  Pentagon Starts New Probe Into Bush Propaganda Program
Zelaya: US-Brokered Pact for Honduras Fails
Saudi Warplanes Launch Massive Bombing Against N. Yemen
2014 or Bust: The Pentagon's Afghan Building Boom  by Nick Turse and Tom Engelhardt
Pentagon's Gates Plays Ugly American  by Melvin A. Goodman
Does Jonathan Chait Really Want to Play Guilt by Association?  by Justin Logan
Such a Waste of Fine Infantry
by Jeff Huber
The Real Intelligence Failure
by Philip Giraldi
Obama's Good War Goes Bad
by Bernd Debusmann

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Russia Slams Poland's Call for US Troops
UN Affirms Israeli-Hamas War Crimes Report
Mideast Peace Plan May Yet Survive New Twists
Afghan Insurgents Make Wreckage of US Armored Vehicles
Embattled UN Rethinking Afghan-Pakistan Role
Miami Mom Holds Gravesite Birthday Party for Son, Killed in Iraq
Britain: Public Support for Afghan Strategy Plummets
UK's Brown Says Britain 'Will Not Be Deterred' on Afghanistan
US Says Civilian Deployments to Afghanistan 'On Track'
UN Relocating About 600 Staff After Afghan Attack
Reviews Raise Doubt on Training of Afghan Forces
British Soldier Dies in Afghanistan as War Fatigue Grows
French FM: Karzai Corrupt but Must Be 'Legitimized'
No More Australian Troops for Afghanistan, Faulkner Tells US
Taliban Threatens to 'Overpower' Australia
Pakistan PM Calls for Unity Govt
Pakistan Arrests Three Suspects in Iranian Bombing
US Puts Its Faith in Pakistan's Military
EU Members Tell Pakistan: Allow People's Will in Gilgit
75 Held Following Teachers Killing in Bajaur
India on Brink of Maoist Offensive
India Restricts Coverage of Dalai Lama's Trip
India's Congress 'Mortified' as Minister Keeps Cell Phone Ban in Kashmir
In Northern Myanmar, a Rebel Stronghold on Alert
Scant Details on Reaction to US Envoys' Myanmar Visit
Thailand Recalls Envoy to Cambodia After Thaksin Appointment
Chinese Activist Risks Jail With Letter to Obama
Russia Spy Chief: Israel Arming Georgia
Chechen Human Rights Activist Abducted in Moscow
Russia Arrests 2 'Ultranationalists' in Killing of Markelov, Baburova
UN Troops Unable to Leave Haiti Any Time Soon
Despite Deal, No Progress on Standoff in Honduras
Paraguayan President Replaces Military Leadership
Iran Security Forces Arrest AFP Journalist
Clinton Sees Families of Hikers Detained in Iran
Exxon, Dutch Shell Win Iraq Oil Contract
Why Oil Majors Are Coming Back to Iraq
Why Ugandans Want to Work in Iraq
Civilian Killed, Two Wounded in Ramadi Blasts
Thursday: 2 US Soldiers, 3 Iraqis Killed; 29 Iraqis Wounded
Mideast Arms Ship
Hezbollah Denies Link to Arms Ship
Israel: Weapons Would Let Hezbollah Fight a Month

Israel Complains to UN Over Alleged Hezbollah Arms

Israel Accuses Iran of War Crime Over Arms Ship
Palestinian Authority Leader, Citing US Stance, Says He Won't Run for Reelection
Palestinian Presidency: Likely Candidates
US Dodges UN Debate on Goldstone Gaza Report
ElBaradei Won't Rule Out Run for Egypt Presidency
Somali Islamists Impose Curfew to Beledweyn Town
Somalia's Sufi Forces Organize in Face of al-Shaabab Threat
Zimbabwe's Premier Ends Boycott of Unity Cabinet
ICC Prosecutor Wants to Investigate Kenya Violence
Former Senior Rwandan Executive Jailed for 8 Years
'War on Terror'

Senate Rejects Bid Aimed at Sept. 11 Suspects

UK Lawmakers Call for New Rendition Flight Ban

Two Charged in Massachusetts Terrorism Case
American Deported to Lebanon Denies Terror Charges
9/11 Families Group Urges Congress to Shut Gitmo Down

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The Disenfranchised Antiwar Voter

Charles V. Peņa
The Clock Is Ticking

Philip Giraldi
A Manifesto for X Street

Ivan Eland
Knocking Our Heads Against a Wall in Palestine

Kelley B. Vlahos
Polls Give False Impressions About War

Nebojsa Malic
The Edifice Crumbles

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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