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NATO Bombs Disabled Children's School in Libya
  Gadhafi's Youngest Son, Three Grandsons Killed in NATO Strike
  Libyan Opposition Rejects Gadhafi Truce Offer
  Gadhafi Forces, Tunisia Troops Clash at Border
  US Intel Officials: No Evidence of Viagra as Weapon in Libya
  NATO: Gadhafi Forces Mining Misrata Port
  Libya Regime Offers Misrata Rebels Amnesty
  Libya Threatens Ships Delivering Aid to Misrata
62 Killed in Bloody 'Day of Rage' Clashes in Syria
  Syrian Regime Engaged in Genocide: Muslim Brotherhood
US Touts Afghan 'Gains,' Predicts Spike in Attacks
  Kabul Attack Killed Senior Air Force Officers: US
Pakistan Suspects USAID Officials Are CIA Spies
  US and Pakistan: Allies With Mutual Disgust
Army: Bradley Manning Fit to Stand Trial
  White House Threatens 'SF Chronicle' for Covering Manning Protest
Suicide Bomber Kills 8, Wounds 19 in N. Iraq
Cleric Warns Iran President Not to Overestimate His Power
Egypt to Open Gaza Border in a Sign of Broader Shifts
Joint Chiefs of Staff: Spend Less on Military  by Alex Moore
A More Militarized CIA for a More Militarized America  by Glenn Greenwald
The Libyan War's Badly Flawed Assumptions  by Daniel Larison
Honoring Those Who Said No  by Jameel Jaffer and Larry Siems
What WikiLeaks Hath Wrought  by Joseph Margulies
Gitmo, WikiLeaks, and a Window on Tyranny  by Antony Loewenstein

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Amid Turmoil, a Nuke-Free Middle East May Be in Jeopardy
800 Inmates Escape From 2 Tunisian Prisons as Cells Set Afire
EU Urges Delay in Lifting Air Travel Liquids Ban
Detainees Had Plans So Farcical That Detaining Them Is a Farce Itself
Slahi's Guantanamo File Full of Dubious Information
Libya Declares Sea Blockade of Rebel Port
Libyan Government Tanks Attack Misrata
Tunisian Navy Holds Libyans Fleeing Mayhem
Gadhafi Calls for Negotiation With NATO
Tunisia Indignant Over Border Clashes
Fighting Near Libyan-Tunisian Border Leaves Refugees at Risk
In Libyan Revolt, Hope for Resolving 13-Year Medical Drama
Egypt to Open Rafah Border Crossing With Gaza
Shoot to Kill Orders Recording Played as Evidence Against Egypt's El-Adly
The Watchdog of Tahrir Square Fears for the Revolution
New Egyptian Independent Labor Union Calls for Celebrations in Tahrir
Morocco Bomb Investigators Looking at al-Qaeda
Details of Marrakech Bomb Victims Emerge
Morocco Counts Cost of Bombing at Tourist Hotspot
Will Morocco Retrench on Reform After a Terror Attack?
Riots Erupt in Uganda Capital After Brutal Arrest of Opposition Leader; 2 Dead, 120 Wounded
Uganda's Besigye Leaves for Treatment in Kenya After Being Injured in Arrest
Uganda Riots Reach Capital as Anger Against President Museveni Grows
Southern Sudan Official Tells Bashir That Abyei Belongs in the South Despite Khartoum Warning
Burkina Faso
Trouble Brewing in Burkina Faso
Burkina Faso Police Agree to Halt Mutiny
Pentagon Wants Pakistan to 'Do More' Against Terrorists
Pakistan Test-Fires Nuclear Capable Cruise Missile
Thai-Cambodia Clashes Resume Despite Truce
Afghan War Progress at Risk From Corruption, Training Lags
China Rights Lawyer Resurfaces After Detention
US Envoy Heads to Sri Lanka Amid War Flap
Tajik Leader Calls Global Terrorism a Myth
US, Russia Out of India's $12-Billion Fighter Aircraft Deal
The War at Home
Unseen Foe for Troops: Sexual Assault in US Military
Defense Department's Vickers Is a National Security Star – Again
Stanford Ends 40-Year Ban on ROTC
White House Chief Usher Heads to Homeland Security
Weekend Reviews
How Will the Empire End?
Haven't We Been Here Before? Pictures of Afghanistan 130 Years Ago
Giving the Revolution Songs to Rally Around
The Horrors and Absurdities of War
Chronology of the Modern Middle East
American Radical: the Trials of Jewish-American Political Scientist Norman Finkelstein
Syrian Forces Shoot at Protesters in Deraa Siege
Syria Says Gunmen Kill Four Soldiers in Deraa
Syria 'Facing UN Nuclear Site Action'
Obama Signs Order for New Sanctions on Syria
New Images Said to Show Security Forces Opening Fire on Small Town [video]
UN Body Approves Probe of Syrian Crackdown
EU Member States to Impose Arms Embargo on Syria in Response to Crackdowns
100 Demonstrate in Montreal Against Repression in Syria
Beirut Worries That Worsening Violence in Syria Will Harm Lebanon
Yemen's Saleh Due to Sign Transition Deal
Yemeni Protesters Decry Saleh Transition Deal
Al-Qaeda Attack Kills Three, Large Protests Mount in Yemen
Majority in UAE Want GCC Role in Resolving Yemen Issue, Poll Says
Shi'ite Worshippers Condemn Bahrain Death Sentences
Bahrain Cleric: Death Sentences Deepen Tensions
Amnesty International Urges Bahrain to Halt Execution of Protesters
UN Doesn't Intend to Send Troops to Iraq, UN Official Says
11 Killed in Iraq After Deadly Mosque Attack
Security Forces Start Leaving Sulaimaniyah
Trump Wants All of Iraq's Oil for the US
Iraqi Deputy PM Dicusses US Troops Withdrawal With US Ambassador
Friday: 13 Iraqis Killed, 29 Wounded
Hamas to PLO: Rescind Recognition of Israel
Palestinian Factions to Ink Deal Next Week: Fatah
Russia Government Troops Kill 16 Militants in North Caucasus
Putin Eclipses Medvedev in Run-Up to 2012 Election
French Courts Acquit Ex-Minister, Tycoons in Trial Over Arms Trafficking to Angola
French Riot Police Protest Ban on Drinking on the Job
Two Charged After Belarus Metro Bombing
Bosnian Serbs Move Closer to Controversial Referendum
Northern Ireland Faces Another Bomb Alert
Germany Says Arrests of 3 Men Foiled Attack by al-Qaeda
Paraguay Vice President Says He'll Shoot President to Keep Him From Seeking Reelection
Venezuela: Sweden Should Explain Why Alleged Rebel Representative Was Allowed to Leave Nation
Nicaraguan President Calls Royal Wedding 'Offensive' in Face of UK Involvement in Libya Fight
Argentine Police Probe Stabbing Death of Pinochet Agent Who Organized Carlos Prats Bombing
Cuba Hunger Strikers Seek Release of Jailed US Man
US Senator Urges State Dept to Considering Sanctions for Haitian Officials Amid Fraud Concerns

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'Mr. Y' and the Decline of the American Empire

Philip Giraldi
What's In It for Us, Mr. Obama?

Ivan Eland
Don’t Expand the Military’s Antiterrorism Role

Kelley B. Vlahos
Between Iraq and a Hard Place

Nebojsa Malic
Injustice for All

Charles V. Peña
You Cannot Be Serious

Ran HaCohen
West Bank Neighbors: Chronicles of Death

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

Alan Bock
How Brainy Is Obama?

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