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Updated July 26, 2011 - 11:23 PM EDT
Bank Memo: US Credit Risk if Wars Counted as 'Cuts'
New US Envoy: No Rush to Leave Afghanistan

NATO Strike Kills 7 at Libya Hospital

  UN Envoy, Rebels Say No Libya Peace Plan Yet
Mullen: US-Pakistan Military Ties at 'Crossroads'
  Taliban Backs Off From Attacking Civilians
  At Least 31 Killed in Pakistani Tribal Area Fighting

Iraq's Own Deadline Passes, No Deal on US Troops

New Law: Syria Allows Creation of Opposition Parties

Kosovo Govt Makes Power Grab for Serb North

Illusions of Security and Danger  by Anthony Gregory
US Concern for Rights Conspicuously Absent in Bahrain  by Anthony Newkirk
The Spinning of Polls and Demonization of Palestinians  by Paul R. Pillar
The Cybersecurity-Industrial Complex  by Jerry Brito & Tate Watkins
WikiLeaks Revisited  by Jack Hunter
Norway Is Passing the Test of Terror  by Eirik Bergesen

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UK Pays Brits to Grow Poppies While Attacking Them in Afghanistan

Pentagon: US Transport Funds End Up With Taliban

Entire UK Army Battalions to Be Disbanded, Memo Discloses

Defense-Industry Career Track Looking Less Certain

Clinton Seeks to Reassure China Amid US Debt Fight


NATO Helicopter Downed in Afghanistan

NATO Admits Five Children Wounded in Afghanistan Air Strike

Men Throw Grenades at NATO Airbase in Afghanistan

Italian Soldier Killed in Afghanistan

Afghan Female Peacemakers Criticized by Former Allies

Ahmed Wali Karzai's Killing Creates Power Vacuum in Kandahar


At Least 27 Militants 'Killed' in NW Pakistan

Fresh Karachi Violence Leaves 44 Dead in Three Days


Red Cross: Hundreds Displaced by Iran-Iraq Kurd Clashes

Iranian Shelling Kills 2 in Iraq's Kurdistan

US Move to Delist Terror Group Worries Iran's Opposition

Monday: 10 Iraqis Killed, 52 Wounded


Palestinian Authority: Israel Already Gave Up on Oslo

Former Israeli Diplomats in Washington: 1967 Borders Are Defensible

'War on Terror'
US Argues Against Disclosure of Evidence in Case of Massachusetts Terror Suspect

Man Sentenced to Life in Ark. Soldier Killing

The War at Home

Centcom's Spy Satellite Set to Beam Images From War Zones

POW/MIA Groups Criticize US Efforts

Odierno: Recent War Lessons Will Aid Future

A Gunrunning Sting Gone Fatally Wrong


Libya's Zlitan Increasingly in Rebel, NATO Sights

'Paradise Until the War': Foreign Medics Tell of the Libya They Lost

Turkey Sends Fuel Aid to East Libya

Middle East

Violence Against Writers in Bahrain 'As Bad as Ever'

After Leak, Amnesty's Website Blocked in Saudi Arabia

Yemeni Military and Tribesmen Push Back Militants in South


Somalis Flee Famine Along 'Roads of Death'

UN, Donors in Emergency Meeting on Somalia Famine


Malawi Activists in Hiding After President's Threats

South Sudan Accuses Khartoum of 'Currency War'

Ugandan Official Says More Than 100 Refugees Have Fled Eastern Congo Violence

Norway Suspect Says Two Terror Cells Remain

Norway Police Drop Death Toll to 76


Top Cyber Official Resigns Abruptly

GAO Faults Pentagon Cyber Efforts

Experts Turning Up Noses at DoD's Cyberhype

In Other News

US Puts Russian Officials on Visa Blacklist

Goran Hadzic Refuses to Plea Before UN War Crimes Court

Justin Raimondo
The Crusader

Kelley B. Vlahos
Obama Puts Bombs Before Bread

David R. Henderson
The Left's Antiwar Movement in Monterey: Down but Not Out

Nebojsa Malic
An End to Surrender

Philip Giraldi
Hillary Cracks the Whip

Ivan Eland
United States Fails to Stand for Peaceful Change

Ran HaCohen
Things You Can Say, Things You Cannot

Charles V. Peņa
You Cannot Be Serious

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