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Updated February 8, 2010 - 11:26 PM EST
Taliban, NATO Prepare for Big Helmand Offensive
  Karzai Demands Halt to Afghan Civilian Casualties
  Afghan Police Official Accused of Helping Insurgents Make Bombs
  Karzai: Afghanistan May Institute Conscription
  Casualties in Afghanistan Will Rise in 2010, US and UK Officials Warn
Iraq Panel Reinstates Election Ban Amid Shi'ite Ire
  UK Judge: Hold Inquiry Into Army Abuse in Iraq
Iran Leader Orders Uranium Medical Enrichment
  Gates Says Iran's Response to Nuclear Proposal Is Disappointing
Obama Adviser: Stop Criticizing Anti-Terror Effort
  Al-Qaeda Threat to US Greater Than Iran: Clinton
  Al-Qaeda Is a Wounded but Dangerous Enemy
Opposition's Yanukovich Claims Ukraine Win
Japan Balks at $2 Billion Bill to Host US Troops
The Media's Tall Tales Over Iraq  by Brendan O'Neill
Fear of Peace Will Be the Death of Israel  by Bradley Burston
Antiwar Reporting on the National Security State  by Douglas Valentine
Terrorism in Any Color  by Jack Hunter
National Insecurity  by Philip Giraldi
A Four-Letter Word  by Uri Avnery

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NATO: Russia Need Not Fear Expansion
Mogadishu Residents Flee Planned Govt Offensive
Afghan Assault to Send 'Strong Signal': McChrystal
Karzai Wants Security Handover to Begin This Year
US Sends a Message by Stepping Up Crackdown on Foreign Business Bribes
Military Commanders Take on Stigma Regarding Suicides
Taliban Dig in for Big Assault, Say Afghan Villagers
Two Swedish Officers, Local Interpreter Killed in Afghanistan
US Not in Direct Talks With Taliban: Holbrooke
4 Afghan Police Killed in Bombing
Afghan Insecurity Pushes Gold Price Up, Business Down
Battle to Electrify Kandahar Shows Afghan Dilemma
Afghan Force Faces Crucial Test in Marjah
Report: 9,000 Blackwater Personnel in Islamabad
Pakistanis Doubt Taliban Chiefs in Baluchistan
Pakistani Military Seizes Taliban Stronghold in NW
Karachi Violence Blow to Pakistan Economy
Taliban Kill 'US Spy' in North Waziristan
India, Pakistan Talks Seen Good for Afghan Efforts
India, Pakistan Officials Meet to Decide Talks Agenda
Pakistan FM: All Issues to Be Discussed With India
India Tests Its Most Powerful Nuclear-Capable Missile
Dubai-Bound Flight Held Back on Security Alert in Mumbai
Chinese Envoy Meets North Koreans Amid Nuclear Talk Bid
Cry for Self-Rule by Sri Lanka's Tamils Is Muffled by Reality
NATO Chief Seeks Broader Ties With China, India
Incumbent Wins Flawed Nigeria Vote
Nigerian Militants Claim Attack on Shell Pipeline
Shell Denies Nigeria Claim of Pipeline Attack
US Envoy Visits Nigeria Amid Tension
Talabani Warns of 'Ba'athist Coup' as Protesters Demand Election Bans
Female Candidate Assassinated in Mosul
Iraqi Militia Leader's Home Bombed, Three Hurt
Iraqi Shi'ite Group Says Holding Two Americans
Campbell Gives Emotional Defense of Blair Over Iraq War
Sunday: 3 Iraqis Killed, 11 Wounded
Gates Says It's Not Too Late for Iran Sanctions
US Calls for Greater International Pressure on Iran
Iran Detains 7 Tied to US-Funded Radio for Spying
Netanyahu to Press Moscow on Iran
Iran Tests Radar-Evading Aircraft Says Commander
US Asks Israel to Stop Importing Pistachios From Iran
Internet Down in Iran Ahead of Demos
Tehran Cuts Ties With British Museum Over Persian Treasure
Abbas: Obama Hurt Mideast Talks by Dropping Settlement Demands
Rights Group Faults Israel's Gaza War Crimes Probe
Israel Arrests Two Foreign Activists in West Bank
Syria Would Back Lebanon if Israel Attacks: Assad
Syria Vows to Respond to Any Israeli 'Aggression'
Netanyahu: Israel Open to Peace Talks With Syria
Middle East
Yemen Arrests Embassy Bomb Threat Suspect
Jordan's King: Peace Talks Now or 'God Forbid'
Kenya Trains '2,500 Somalia Troops'
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The Orange Revolution, Peeled

Nebojsa Malic
Spies, Lies, and Fear

Charles V. Peņa
Budget Freeze as Political Theater

Philip Giraldi
Onward Christian Soldiers, Again

Ivan Eland
The US Can No Longer Afford Its Empire

Kelley B. Vlahos
Where Is Our Chilcot?

David R. Henderson
Hail Christopher Preble

Ran HaCohen
Fascism Needs an Enemy

Alan Bock
Independence, Empire Don't Mesh

Edouard Husson
The Virtues of Gorbachevism

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