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Egypt Army Moves to Stop Assault on Protesters
  Mubarak Rules Out Stepping Down, Warning of 'Chaos'
  Health Ministry: 13 Killed 1,200 Wounded in Egypt
  Mass Attacks on Foreign Reporters in Egypt
  Egypt PM Apologizes for Violence
  Egypt Rejects Immediate Transition to Democracy
  Mubarak Supporters Pledge to 'Liberate Tahrir Square With Blood'
  Mohamed ElBaradei Says He Will Run for Presidency
  White House Demands 'Concrete Action' From Mubarak
  US Reexamining Its Relationship With Muslim Brotherhood Group
  Why the Egyptian Army Won't Shoot Protesters
Israel Pushes for Conditional Democracy in Egypt
  'We Know That Netanyahu Cannot Sleep Now'
  PA Launches Pro-Mubarak Demonstration in Ramallah
What Other Dictators Does the US Support?
  Days of Rage: Uprisings Planned Across Mideast, North Africa
  Mubarak Exit to Upend Decades of Predictable US Policy in Arab World
  Anti-Government Activists Start to Organize in Syria, Sudan
Anti-Government Rallies in Yemen Stay Calm
  Yemen's Saleh Reiterates Pledge Not to Run in 2013
Karzai Won't Offer Taliban 'Power-Sharing' Deal
  US, Afghans Hope to Rout Expected Taliban Offensive
Jimmy Carter Sued for $5 Million for Criticism of Israel
Algeria to Lift Emergency Powers 'Soon' After 19 Years
More Protests Planned as Jordan Meets Familiar 'New' PM
Pakistan: Terror Charges Sought for US Consulate Employee
Complicating the Transition in US-Egyptian Relations  by Daniel Levy
American Foreign Policy Promotes 'Our Interests?'  by Kevin Carson
America's Bloated Defense Budget Is Ripe for Cutting  by Jacob Sullum
America's Egypt Problem  by Jack Hunter
Inception: Dreams of Revolution  by Larbi Sadiki
When Israel's Protective Net of Tyranny Tears  by Amira Hass

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Assailing of Mubarak Puts Jihadi Groups in Egypt in the Lurch
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EU Urges Common Rules on Collecting Air Traveler Data
WikiLeaks Among Nominees for Nobel Peace Prize
Mental Health Specialist Recommended WikiLeaks Suspect Not Be Deployed to Iraq
Lawyer Says Wikileaks Suspect Isn't Dual Citizen
Julian Assange Awarded Sydney Peace Medal
Three Children Among Nine Dead in Pakistan Car Bombing
Pakistani Soldier Killed in Afghan Border Clash
Australian Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
Afghan President in India to Discuss Security
South Korea to Hold Military Talks With North
Indonesia Charges a Founder of Jemaah Islamiyah With Terrorism
Rebels Kill Five Buddhists in Thai South
Rights Group Accuses India of Abusing Terror Suspects
Obama Signs Nuclear Treaty Documents Wednesday
Russia to Raise Military Wages, Have More Officers
Four Police Killed in Russia's Muslim North Caucasus
Russia Finds Missing Military Satellite
Poland Warns Belarus Leader: Change or Risk Coup
US and EU Join to Show Support for Belarus Opposition
Al-Qaeda Kills Top Yemeni Intelligence Official
A Life of Conflict, Dust and Ruins
New Jordan Premier Holds Talks With Opposition
Tunisia's New Government Purges Police Leadership
French Minister Denies Links to Tunisia Ex-Regime
A Tunisian State Police Officer Shares Harrowing Inside View
Sudan Protest Movement Begins
Southern Sudan Constitutional Review Accused of Excluding Opposition Parties
Sudan: LRA Rebels Launch Fresh Attacks in Remote Area of Western Equatoria
Christians and Muslims Clash in Central Nigeria
Mauritanian Army Foils al-Qaeda Attempt on President
Stores Close Early as Haiti Awaits Vote Results
Haiti Awaits Vote Results, Aristide Backers Protest
Chavez Says 'Battle Has Begun' for 2012 Election
Venezuelan Court Grants Jailed Judge House Arrest
Cuba to Free 4 Opposition Prisoners
The War at Home
House Republicans Eye UN Budget in Vote Next Week
White House Reporters Complain Obama Is Shutting Them Out
TSA Unveils 'Generic' Body Scans
Clinton Declares War on Paperwork in State Department
Mosque Plot Suspect Planted Bomb in Airport in '85
Is This How We Treat Our Female Soldiers? Families Seek Answers About Daughters' 'Non-Combat' Deaths
Egyptians Rage Against Mubarak
Pro-Mubarak Mob Attacks Protesters With Stones, Firebombs
Cairo Protesters Provoked by Mubarak's Speech
Egyptian Army Tells Protesters: 'Go Home'
Opposition Leader Mohamed ElBaradei Says He Fears Coming 'Bloodbath'
Egypt Violence Seems to Backfire on Mubarak
On the Ground in Egypt: Cables From Peace Activists in Cairo
Soldier Among Three Killed in Cairo Violence
Hackers Shut Down Egyptian Government Sites
Vigilantes Protect Children's Cancer Hospital From Looters
Egypt and Israel
Israeli PM Says Iran Wants 'Another Gaza' in Egypt
Peres Warns That Democracy in Egypt Will Bring Islamists to Power
Israel Asks World to Demand Peace Treaty With Egypt Is Kept
Netanyahu: a Democratic Egypt Won't Threaten Peace With Israel
Egypt and the US
In Backing Change in Egypt, Some US Neoconservatives Split With Israeli Allies
As Crisis Deepens in Egypt, US 'Can't Dictate Events'
As Crisis Unfolds Overseas, Diplomats Gather in Washington
US Lobbyists Fought for Mubarak
Lobbyists for Egypt Forced to Adjust to Sudden Change
Egypt and the Media
Al Jazeera English Leads the Way in News Coverage From Egypt
Journalists Attacked, Detained in Egypt
Internet Access Returns in Egypt
Pro-Mubarak Mob Stabbed Al-Arabiya Reporter
Egypt Attacks Journalists to Censor News: Watchdog
Anderson Cooper Attacked by Pro-Government Forces in Egypt
Libya Source of Jamming vs. Al Jazeera
Egypt Military Text Messages: 'Protect' Your Country
Mubarak’s Digital Dilemma: Why Egypt’s Internet Controls Failed
Leading Egyptian Facebook Activist Arrested, Friends Say
Egypt and the World
China Restricts Reports on Egypt Protests
Shippers Concerned Over Possible Suez Canal Disruptions
Europe Leaders Call for Faster Transition in Egypt
Tony Blair: Mubarak Is 'Immensely Courageous and a Force for Good'
Suriname's Recognition of State of Palestine
Israel Digs in on Peace Process With Egypt in Turmoil
Facebook Caves in to Demands of Israeli Radical Right
Shin Bet Chief: Media Hindered Shalit Deal
Exodus of Christians From Iraq Intensifies
Notorious Baghdad Jail Undermined Inspection, Rights Group Says
Iraqi Kurdistan to Resume Oil Exports 'Soon'
Leader of Underground 'Islamic State of Iraq' Arrested
Iraq Readies to Protect Overseas Funds
Iraq Urges Approval of Settlement for US Victims
Straw: UK Ministers Had 'Great Anxiety' Over Iraq
Wednesday: 7 Iraqis Killed, 18 Wounded
Iran Jails Lawyer Who Has Defended Activists
Iranian Man Accused of Illegal Metal Exports

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How About a Clean Break – with Israel?

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Fearing the Reaper (Drone)

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Withdrawing Consent

Ivan Eland
A Hezbollah-Run Lebanon Poses Little Threat to US Security

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Barak Unmasked

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