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Kosovo's Independence Is Legal, UN Court Rules
NATO Chief: Afghan War to Continue Indefinitely
  2nd Shooting in Month Casts Doubt on Afghan Forces
  NATO Diplomats Tune Out the Bad News in Afghanistan
  Congress' Confidence in Obama's War Strategy Slides
US Forces Step Up Pakistan Presence
  Afghan-Pakistan Connection Key to Deal With Taliban
State Dept to Take Over Iraq Ops With Own Army
  Three Foreign Contractors Killed in Rocket Attack on Green Zone
  Iraq Car Bomb Kills 30, Wounds 46
  UK's Clegg Upsets Coalition, Calls Iraq War 'Illegal'
  Senators Concerned About Lack of Iraqi Govt Deal Ahead of Drawdown
  Iran Supports Three Insurgent Groups in Iraq: US General
US Announces New Sanctions Against N. Korea
  New US North Korea Sanctions Criticized as Ineffectual
Israeli Army Slams Pledge to Curb Civilian Deaths
  Israeli, Palestinian Envoys Blame Each Other for Lack of Peace Progress
  UN Chief Dilly-Dallying on Panel to Probe Israeli Killings?
US Says $1 Trillion Spent on Wars Since 9/11
AU Acknowledges Indiscriminate Targeting of Somali Civilians
President Obama: Why Are We in Afghanistan?  by Doug Bandow
Worth It?: the Human Price of Sanctions  by Andrew Cockburn
Cause and Effect in the War on Terror  by Glenn Greenwald
Karl Rove Strikes Back  by Austin Bramwell
Reds Under Our Beds!  by Eric Margolis
War, Women, and the Taliban  by Charles Glass

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Corporate Media Discover Private Spies. In Other News, No WMD in Iraq
DoJ: No Charges for Bush-Era US Attorney Firings
Israeli Arab Jailed for Consensual Sex With Jew
A Political Filter for Info Requests
How Congress Fueled the Rise of Private Spies
UN Chief Plans Meeting to End Disarmament Deadlock
Afghanistan Makes Promises, but No Guarantees
US Troops Step Up Offensive
Cameron: British Forces Will Pull Out of Afghanistan by 2015
Are Afghan Forces Loyal Enough to Take Control by 2014?
Two British Soldiers Shot Dead During Rescue in Afghanistan
Danish Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
Afghanistan Militants Behead 6 Police Officers
Taliban Denounce Kabul Meeting as Sign of Failure
Pain Ray Recalled From Afghanistan
The Impotent Rage of a German Soldier's Mother
Pakistan Clash Kills Three Soldiers, 33 Taliban: Officials
US Leveraging Pakistan Aid to Know Where Osama Is
US Navy Head Calls China's Intentions 'Opaque'
Taiwan-China Flight Negotiations Hit Snag
North Korea Sanctions: Are They Meaningless?
Nepal Election Stalemate a Setback for Maoists
Curfews Mean a Life of Limbo for Indians in Kashmir
US Calls for Probe on Rights Abuses in Sri Lanka
Campaign Shows Lingering Divisions in Thailand
Talking Peace in the Philippines
Two Killed in Attack on Russian Power Station
US: No Worries About Russian Nuke Treaty Cheating
Russia Accuses US of Kidnapping Pilot in Liberia
Former Kosovo Premier Faces UN Retrial
World Court Kosovo Ruling Could Have Global Impact
Killing Revives Fear of Domestic Terrorism in Greece
Media Watchdog: Ukraine TV Too Cozy With Leaders
'War on Terror'
Man Who Threatened South Park Arrested
Scotland Denies Conspiracy Over Lockerbie Release
Retired Spy Hired to Run CIA Clandestine Service

Alaska Couple to Plead Guilty to Terrorism Charges

Va. Man Charged With Supporting Terror Group
US Military
Airman Pleads Guilty to Shooting Buddy in Game of 'Trust'
Odierno: 50,000 Troops to Stay in Iraq Through Summer 2011
Gen. Odierno Presses Case for $2 Billion in Funding to Rebuild Iraq
Biden Says US Troop Withdrawal From Iraq Remains on Schedule
No Deals Yet to Break Iraq's Political Impasse
Seeking Out the PKK Gunmen in Iraq's Remote Mountains
6 Killed, 14 Wounded in Baaquba Explosion
Wednesday: 40 Iraqis, 1 US Soldier Killed; 64 Iraqis Wounded
Iran Now Says Nuclear Scientist Was Operating as Double Agent
Iran Says Scientist Provided Information on CIA
Iran to Conduct Studies for Nuclear Fusion Reactor
New Sanctions Crimp Iran's Shipping Business as Insurers Withhold Coverage
Merkel: Iran Not Working Seriously With IAEA
Iranian Scientist to Get Made for TV Movie
Muslims Must Fight US, British Terrorism: Khamenei
Turkey-Iran Gas Pipelline Blown Up
Two Palestinians Killed as Israeli Tanks Fire Into Gaza
Israel Launches Campaign to Halt Gaza-Bound Aid Flotilla
Gaza Boat to Be Named 'Audacity of Hope'
Israel's Conversion Bill Delayed
With Blockade's Easing, Some Gaza Factories Revive
Leader: PKK to Disarm if Democratic Turkish Peace Process
Turkey: Kurdish Teenager Convicted as Terrorist for Attending Demonstration
Middle East
Yemeni Tribal Chief Killed in Rebel Ambush
'Lebanon to File UN Complaint Over Israel Espionage'
Dozens Killed in Clashes Between Somali Government Forces and Islamist Militants
AU Military Chiefs Draw Somalia War Plan
Hundreds Deported From Autonomous Somalia Region
Somali Refugees Fear Loss of Ugandan Haven
UN Worried About Lack of Aid Funds for Somalia
Sudan's President in Chad Despite Arrest Warrant
US Reminds Chad of 'Obligations' as Sudan Leader Visits

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The National Security Product

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Ending the Gaza Blockade Might Help Israel as Much as Gaza

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Post-9/11 Militarism Helps BP, Hurts America

Charles V. Peņa
Why Do We Still Have Troops in Korea?

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Srebrenica: The Sacred Lie

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Supreme Mediocrity

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How Brainy Is Obama?

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