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Updated December 31, 2010 - 11:27 PM EST
63 Percent of Americans Oppose Afghan War
  Taliban Presence Growing Steadily in Northern Afghanistan
  Roadside Bomb Kills 14 Civilians Aboard Minibus in Afghanistan
  US Military Investigates 'Death Squad' Accused of Murdering Afghans
Assange: Many Top Arab Officials Are CIA Spies
  Manning Chat Logs Contain No Smoking Gun, 'Wired' Editors Claim
  WikiLeaks Reveals Flaws of State Dept's Information-Sharing Tool
2010 Sees Drop in Palestinian Attacks
  Closer to a Palestinian State, Via South America
  Israel: Stop Photos of Dubai Suspects
  Broken Record: Israeli Official Says 3 Years to Stop Iran
New Flurry of Baghdad Bombs Target Christians
  Research Links Rise in Fallujah Birth Defects and Cancers to US Assault
US Missiles Kill 8 in Northwest Pakistan
2010: CIA Ramps Way Up
Rebels: Sudan Quitting Darfur Talks is 'Declaration of War'
US Refuses to Help Poland Probe Illegal CIA Prisons
The Revolving Door, Think Tanks and the MIC  by Christopher Preble
Written on the Body: The Progressive Torture of Bradley Manning  by Chris Floyd
WikiLeaks Leads to Calls for New Infringements on Speech, Press  by Alex Newman
Exposing the Secret State  by Bruce Grant
The Year in Counterterrorism  by Joanne Mariner
America's Dangerous Self-Deceptions  by Lawrence Davidson

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Dick Cheney's $250-Million 'Get Out of Jail Free' Card
Last of Dutch Somalis in Alleged Terror Plot Freed
Ahmadinejad Slapped by Top Revolutionary Guard
As Frustration Grows, Airports Consider Ditching TSA
Nation Readers' Person of the Year: Julian Assange
Lobbyist's Client List Puts Him on the Defensive
Republicans Blast Obama for Posting New Syrian Envoy
Journalists in 2010, Targets and as Bargaining Chips
The War at Home
Author Fights Pentagon Censorship of Book on Afghanistan War
Families Bear Brunt of Deployment Strains
Affidavit Details FBI 'Operation Payback' Probe
Dogs Bring Home War's Stress, Too
Taliban Fires Rockets Into Main US Base Near Kabul
Obama Honors CIA Fallen One Year After Deadly Attack
Pakistan Says It Will Defend Spy Chief in US Suits
Official: Pakistan Army Kills 20 Alleged Militants
Detention of Baloch Political Activists Worries US
Pakistani Taliban Continue With Anti-Education Activities
South Korea Again Describes North Korea as 'Enemy'
Rights Group: 39 Uzbeks Died of Torture in Prisons
UN: Clock Is Ticking for Nepal With Unsettled Problems With Maoists
Comoros Bans Rallies as Election Tensions Heat Up
Harsh US Words for Russia, but Little Impact on Ties
Sale of French Warships to Russia Raises Alarm in NATO
1 Suspect in Denmark Terror Case Released, 3 Held
Investigators Look Into Possible Ties to 'Mickey Mouse Project'
4 Spanish Police Convicted of Torturing Bombers
Explosion Outside Courthouse Rattles Greece
Opposition Candidates in Belarus Charged Over Protests
US, Venezuela Evict Ambassadors in Diplomatic Spat
Iraqi Army Admits Committing 'Mistakes' in Attack in Tal Afar
Thursday: 3 Iraqis Killed, 34 Wounded
The Struggle for East Jerusalem
UK Envoy Said Israel Ready to Use Nuclear Bomb in 1980, Newly Released Cables Reveal
Hamas Stages Israeli Attack to Recall Gaza War
Female Israeli Reform Rabbis Speak Out in Favor of Contact With Arabs
Former Israeli President Convicted of Rape
Israel Revels in Gas Find but Faces Export Hurdles
Shin Bet: Iran Main Supplier of Weaponry to Hamas in 2010
UK's Thatcher Appealed to Iran Over US Hostages
Report: 10 al-Qaeda Suspects Detained in Turkey
Former Kurdish Newspaper Editor Sentenced to 138 Years in Prison in Turkey
Middle East
Egypt Lets Asian Convoy Reach Gaza, but Without Iranian Members
Yemen Releases 428 Shi'ite Rebels After Qatari Mediation
Ivory Coast
US Says It May Evacuate Ivory Coast Embassy
UN Chief Warns Supporters of Ivory Coast's Gbagbo Not to Attack Peacekeepers
Somali Govt Forces, Ethiopian Military Clash in Central Region
Parliament Takes on Contractors in Somalia
Peace Hovers in Sudan, but Most Soldiers Stay Armed
Algerian Authorities Kill Terrorist, Arrest 3 Others
Taiwanese Vessel Believed Hijacked Off Madagascar

Justin Raimondo
Russia, Realism, and the WikiLeaks Factor

Nebojsa Malic
Moments of Revelation

Philip Giraldi
Will 2011 Become 1848?

Ivan Eland
Extending Nuclear Umbrella Is a Bad Idea

Kelley B. Vlahos
Julian Assange: Man of the Decade

Ran HaCohen
Racism, Rabbinical and Otherwise

David R. Henderson
Adm. Mullen's Spinning vs. Prof. Hayek's Insight

Charles V. Peņa
TSA: Theater Security Administration

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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