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Updated March 23, 2010 - 11:11 PM EDT
Karzai in Peace Talks with Taliban Rival
Allawi Won't Accept Maliki's 'One-Man Rule'
  'Kingmaker' Sadr Courted by Top Iraqi Parties
Judge Orders High-Profile Gitmo Detainee Released
  Graham Proposes Framework for Handling Terrorism Suspects
Netanyahu Rebukes Obama in AIPAC Speech
  Clinton Accuses Israel of Hurting US Credibility
Rights Group: Pak Using Tribal Militias for Extralegal Killings
Spinning the Taliban Defeat in Marjah  by Malou Innocent
Can the 'Bush Lied' Deniers Handle the Truth?  by David Corn
The Ties That Bind America to Israel Are Beginning to Fray and Break  by Chris McGreal
Unwarranted Influence  by Jeff Huber
Will Obama Sell Out on Terrorist Trials?  by Andy Worthington
Washington Lucked Out in Ukraine  by Doug Bandow

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Court Rejects New Bid From Gitmo Uighur Detainees

Sex Assaults Spur New Lighting at Bagram Base

Halliburton, KBR Drop Court Appeal in Rape Case

Gates Says Reviewing Contractors' Role in Intel Gathering

Aleutian Fish Still Contam-inated by Old Military Sites

Israeli Couple Forbidden From Renting to Bedouin Friends

J Street Friction at AIPAC Conference


As US Winds Down in Iraq, Troops to Stay Home More

General Denies Being Influenced on Iraq Case

Dogs Take a Lead Role in Iraq's Terror War

Gunmen Kill 2 Local Officials in Baghdad

Monday: 4 Iraqis Killed, 8 Wounded

Iraq Elections

Iraq Election Front-Runners Court Possible Allies

Recount Calls Add to Iraq's Political Tension

After Supporting Allawi, Ba'athists Face Further Splits

Ba'athists Threaten Violence if Maliki Is Elected

Allawi Bloc Begins Talks With Kurds

US Officials Meet Iraqi Leader After Recount Call


Obama to Iran: Seeking Talks but Eye on Sanctions

Top US Lawmaker: Iran Sanctions Coming Soon

Clinton: US Wants Sanctions on Iran

Iran Detains Grandson of Powerful Cleric


Chinese Media Chastise Google Over Threat to Leave

Google Tries to Route Users Around Chinese Censors


Central African Republic Rebel Attack Leaves at Least 10 Dead

Angola Officers Sentenced in Killings

Sudan Monitors' Expulsion Threatened

North Korea

N. Korea to Try American for Illegal Entry


UN Mission in Afghanistan Gets New One-Year Mandate

Afghanistan Seeks More Independence

American Forces Use .50 Caliber Weapons in Afghan Cities

Two NATO Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan

US Forces on Taliban's Heels

U-2 Still Flying Over Afghanistan

New Danish Foreign Minister on First Visit to Afghanistan


Pakistan's Nuclear 'Godfather' in New Inquiry

Pakistan's Arrest of Top Taliban Undermines Afghanistan

Pakistan to Investigate Khan's Ties to Iran's Nuclear Program

AIPAC-Israel-US Relations

At AIPAC Conference, US, Israel Try to Reduce Tensions

At AIPAC Conference, Clinton Pledges White House Commitment to Israel Security

EU Official to Israel: Jerusalem Is Not Tel Aviv

Clinton Defends Criticism of Israeli Housing Plans

Israel: No Building Restrictions in East Jerusalem

Israeli Prime Minister in Washington for Talks

Netanyahu Meets Obama for Crisis Talks to Defuse Tensions

Poll: Most Israelis Support East Jerusalem Settlement Expansion

Abbas: Palestinian People Have National Right to Resistance

Israeli Airstrike Wounds Five in Gaza City

Slain Israeli Soldier 'Mistaken for Palestinian' by Other Troops

Middle East

Egypt Opposition Calls for Severing Ties With Israel

Navy Warns Ships About al-Qaeda Risk Near Yemen

Saudi Woman Blasts Clerics in TV Contest Poem

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Springtime for Obama

Kelley B. Vlahos
Buzzkill at the Tea Party

David R. Henderson
End the Wars

Alan Bock
Time to Move Past Camp David Envy

Charles V. Peņa
Excessive Intrusion, Less Security

Philip Giraldi
Some Rogue Regimes Are Less Rogue Than Others

Ivan Eland
Making Unneeded Enemies in Somalia

Nebojsa Malic
The Show Goes On

Ran HaCohen
Fascism Needs an Enemy

Edouard Husson
The Virtues of Gorbachevism

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