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Obama Ignored Justice, DoD Lawyers on Libya
  NATO Air Strike Wounds 16 Libya Rebels
  Obama's Claim of Libya War Powers Widely Disputed
  Heavy Fighting as Libyan Rebels Try to Push Out
  Libya War Costs Causing Cuts in Pentagon Training, Other Programs
NATO Warplanes Attack Pakistan Military Post
  Pakistan Army Slams US Allegations of Collusion with Insurgents
  Pakistan Tribes Block NATO Supply Road to Afghanistan
Pentagon Wants to Extend Afghan Surge to 2012
  Sen. Reid: US Set for Big Troop Cut in Afghanistan
  GOP Candidates Increasingly Skeptical Toward Afghan War
  US Reservists Reveal Truth About the Battle for Nuristan
Israel: All Deals Off if UN Vote Goes Ahead
  Israel's Stark Warning to Gaza Aid Ships
US Mayors: End Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq
At Least 24 More Slain in Syria Crackdowns
Yemen, Saudi in Mixed Signals Over Saleh Return
CIA Denies Spying on Antiwar Professor Juan Cole
Senate Panel Approves $14 Billion Increase for Pentagon
Why I'm Suing the Obama Administration Over Libya  by Rep. Ron Paul
Promoting Militarism While Hiding Bloodshed  by David Sirota
Netanyahu Is Dooming Israel to Live Eternally by the Sword  Haaretz
The Waste of War  by Bonnie Kristian
Why Zawahiri Does Not Matter  by Scott A. Hill
Call Off the Global Drug War  by Jimmy Carter

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Pentagon on Alert After Marine Arrested at Arlington National Cemetery
Osama bin Laden Charges Dropped After al-Qaeda Leader's Death
Gaza: Where Freelance Means Abandoned
Senate Panel: Moving Forces in Asia Too Costly
Obama Still Studying Afghan 'Surge'
Rocket Attack Over Border Kills 4 Afghan Children
Two British Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan
World Bank Withholding Money From Afghan Government
Afghan Cash Crunch Looms, Millions Withheld Over Bank
UN Council Splits UN Taliban, al-Qaeda Sanctions List
Lucky Charms and Bullet Holes in Afghan Helicopter
Pakistan Protests Border Incursions by NATO, Taliban
US: Pakistani Army Needs Time for Introspection
8 More Killed as Violence Continues to Rule Karachi
Forces Kill 12 Terrorists in Khar
Driver of NATO Oil Tanker Gunned Down
Six Pakistani Rangers Sent to Jail for Videotaped Killing
Pakistan Likely to Get Two Orions From US
South Korea Rejects North's Demand Back Defectors
UN Official Calls for North Korea Aid
Chinese Naval Maneuvers Seen as Warning to Vietnam
Tajikistan Upset by 'US Invasion' Video Game
Fears for Tamils Sent Back to Sri Lanka From UK
US, Vietnam Take 'Key First Step' to Clean Up Agent Orange
India Resumes Military Exchanges With China
Bashir Jailing Will Not End Threat: Analysts
Philippines to China: Don't Intrude Into Our Water
NATO Airstrikes Pound Libyan Capital in Daytime Raid
Defiant Gadhafi Vows to Defeat NATO
Ten Killed in Misrata, Medics Say
In Libya, More Novice Soldiers in Defense of Gadhafi
US Pays European Groups $1 Million to Hunt for Anti-Aircraft Missiles in Libya
Italy Signs Immigrant Accord With Libya Rebels
Canada's Top Diplomat to Meet With Rebels in Libya
Shelling Hits Southern Town in Sudan's Abyei: UN
China Criticized for Inviting Sudan Leader
Sudan Fears for Missing UN Worker Hawa Abdullah Mohammed
Morocco King to Lose Some Powers, Remain Key Figure
Liberia Discovers Arms Cache Near Ivory Coast Border
Call for New South African Arms Deal Investigation
US Military
Military Spends More to Air Condition Tents Than NASA's Entire Budget
US Senate Moves to Freeze Japan Base Move
Navy Has Spike in Commanding-Officer Firings, Most for Personal Misconduct
A Camp for Children of Fallen Soldiers
Airman Missing From Vietnam War Identified
Weekend Reviews
Rabbi Outcast: Elmer Berger and American Jewish Anti-Zionism
The Road to Hell
The Constitution After 9/11
A Diplomat's Memoir on Britain's Misadventures in Afghanistan
Cables From Kabul: the Inside Story of the West's Afghanistan Campaign
Defying Military Crackdown, Protesters Surge Across Syria
NATO Chief Excludes Military Action in Syria
Pressure on Syria's Assad Intensifies as Protests Persist
Turkey Says Syria Only Has a Few Days Left to Get Its Act Together
10,000 Syrian Refugees in Turkey
Clinton and Lavrov Discuss Syria UN Resolution
EU to Hit Syria With Fresh Sanctions Next Week, Diplomats Say
UN Envoy Angelina Jolie Visits Refugees at Turkey's Border With Syria
In Yemen, Islamist Extremists Gain Strength
In Yemen, a Vice President in the Hot Seat
Ten Suspected Militants Arrested in Yemen as Battles Continue
Israel Moves to Expand Settlement on Palestinian Land 'Confiscated' by Jordan
Lieberman: Israel Will Renounce Past Agreements if Palestinians Seek Statehood
EU, Israel Spar Over Peace Prospects
Boom in Palestinian Soccer Seeks to Score Points for Statehood
Relatives of Anbar Victims Striving to Raise Judicial Case Against Former US President
Iraqi Bank Chief Says He Fled After Visit by Maliki

57 Arrested in Mosul

Al-Qaeda Claims Killing of Anti-Saddam Purger
Friday: 6 Iraqis Killed, 19 Wounded
Middle East
Six Killed in Clashes Between Syrian Protesters in Lebanon

Bahrain Shi'ites Hold Another Mass Rally

Iran's Couch Rebels Skip Streets, Head to Facebook
Turkish Charity Says Its Ship Won't Be Part of Flotilla
Germany Arms Itself for Cyber War
US Lawmaker Slams France-Russia Warship Deal
Several Dead in Gunbattle in Mexico Border City; Government Denies Zetas Cartel Leader Killed
Cartel Corruption Reaches Into the Ranks of US Border Agents
Mexican Customs Finds $2.4 Million Hidden in Telephone Cable Headed for Venezuela
Mexico Arrests Ex-Soldier Accused in Massacre
Mexican Teenage Girls Train as Drug Cartel Killers
Rubber Bullets Fly at Anti-Obama Protest in Rio
Britain a 'Crude Colonial Power in Decline', Says Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner
Guatemala Arrests Ex-General Implicated in 1980s Massacres, Highest-Ranking Official Detained
Venezuelan Troops Storm Prison Days After Bloody Riot; 2 Killed, at Least 18 Wounded
General Dynamics Land Systems: Canada's Mystery Bid on the Close Combat Vehicle
'War on Terror'
US Lists Saudi Freed From Guantánamo as Global Terrorist
Holder Defends Terror Trials in Civilian Courts
Map: 2011 Cyber Attacks in the US
UK Blocks UPS Over Security Concerns
Relatives' DNA Used to Identify bin Laden's Body

Justin Raimondo
The Persecution of Juan Cole

Philip Giraldi
La Nation Building du Jour

Ivan Eland
Triumphalism Hides Many Important Foreign-Policy Failures

Kelley B. Vlahos
Diplomat: I Helped Lose Hearts and Minds in Iraq

Nebojsa Malic
Conjuring the Black Hat

David R. Henderson
Is Leon Panetta a Saint—or a War Criminal?

Charles V. Peña
You Cannot Be Serious

Ran HaCohen
West Bank Neighbors: Chronicles of Death

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