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Updated July 20, 2011 - 11:22 PM EDT
Petraeus Credited With Ramping Up Afghan Killing

Reports: US Drone Shot Down Over Iran Nuclear Site

No Early End to Libya War Expected
  Secret US Talks With Libya Over Weekend: No Deal Reached
House Threatens Pakistan Aid Over Osama's Wives

Pakistan Better Off Without US Military Aid?


Execution Videos Strike Terror in Pakistan 

Public Support Waning for Military Spending


Liberals See Opportunity for Big Cuts in Military Spending

  Rep. King Calls More Anti-Muslim Hearings

Yemen Claims 'Dozens of Terrorists' Killed in Attack


US Missed Awlaki Assassination 'by Inches' in Yemen

Should Fighting 'Evil' Be Our Foreign Policy?  by Jack Hunter
Another Take on Libya Hubris for China  by Peter Lee
It Sure Looks and Smells Like Apartheid  by Rami G. Khouri
Another Death, Another Reason to Leave  by Malou Innocent
Creating a Military State  by Andy Worthington
Can We Have Our Liberties Back?  by Gene Healy

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US Revises Its Response to Lawsuit on Anthrax

The Kingdom and the Towers

Army to Move Hundreds of Wounded Troops as Walter Reed Closes

Iran May Deploy Warships in Atlantic


Report: 3 Pennsylvania Guardsmen Killed in Afghanistan

Karzai Seeks to Fill Power Void After Brother's Death

Mortars Hit Near Afghan Transition Ceremony

CIA Trains Covert Units of Afghans to Continue the Fight Against Taliban

Afghan Mortars Kill Pakistan Soldiers


Two Charged in Pakistani Spy Services' Alleged Money-Funneling

US-Pakistan Relations Worsen With Arrest of Two Alleged Spies

US, India Share Focus on Homeland Security, but Collaboration Comes Slowly
Clinton, During India Visit, Calls on Pakistan to Prosecute Bombing Suspects

Israel Intercepts Sole Remnant of Flotilla Heading for Gaza

How Israel and Its Allies Thwarted Gaza Aid

Turkish PM Says He Intends to Visit Gaza Amid Crisis With Israel

Germany Sells Nuke-Capable Sub to Israel

Deadly New Zealand Earthquake Unearths Israeli Spy Ring

Spain Tells Abbas It Backs Efforts for Palestinian State


Thailand Wants Cambodia Talks Before Troop Pullout

China Will 'Smash' Tibet Separatism


UN Set to Declare Famine in Parts of Somalia

Central African Dissident Group 'Signs Peace Deal'

Ex-Army Chief Held After Guinea President Escapes Two Attacks


Exiled Islamists Watch Rebellion Unfold at Home

US Recognition of New Libyan Government Raises Tough Legal Questions


Iran's Cross-Border Raids on Kurdish Rebels Upset Iraqis

Iraqi Refugees in US Rechecked for Terrorism Links

Executions of Saddam's Henchmen Could Be Put on Hold

Foreign Investment Begins to Pour Into Iraq


US Softens Its Criticism of Syria

Syrian Military Assaults Intensify on Homs, 16 Killed

FBI Interviews Syrian Activists in Washington

In Scarred Syria City, a Vision of a Life Free From Dictators

Middle East

Poet's Prison Torture Claim to Be Investigated by Bahrain Officials

UAE Activists Plead Not Guilty to Insulting Rulers

The War at Home

'Anonymous' Hackers Arrested in US Sweep

On Cybersecurity, Congress Can't Agree on Turf

Google Suspends Ad for Book Critical of Atomic Bomb Cover-Up

US Pays a Third More for Defense Than in 2001

Ortega Proposes Referendum to Demand US Damages for Support of Contras During Civil War

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Who Was Behind the Anthrax Attacks?

Ivan Eland
United States Fails to Stand for Peaceful Change

Kelley B. Vlahos
What Really Goes on in Afghanistan?

Philip Giraldi
Apparently, We Are All Belarusians

Ran HaCohen
Things You Can Say, Things You Cannot

Nebojsa Malic
A Tale of Two Secessions

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

Charles V. Peña
You Cannot Be Serious

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