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Kandahar Mayor Killed in Suicide Attack

  Karzai: Long-Term Deal With US Conditional
  Afghan Finance Ministry Slams US Aid Report
Obama Aide: Al-Qaeda 'On the Defensive'
Congressional Committees Fight Over Cyber-Turf
NATO Vows Continued Bombing in Libya
  NATO 'Flexible' on Gadhafi as Stalemate Continues
US Threatens 'Reaction' to Iran Over Iraq Violence

Tuesday: 10 Iraqis Killed, 17 Wounded

Cop Killed as Kosovo Govt Makes Power Grab for Serb North
Sanctions Do Not Lead to Regime Change  by Daniel Larison
Defense Cuts? Don't Believe Them Until You See Them  by Mark Engler
Whatever Happened to the War Powers Act Controversy?  by Marian Wang
Iran Ate My Homework. Again.  by Jeff Huber
Lessons From Norway's Horror  by Gene Healy
Humanitarianism as Terrorism  by Joanne Mariner

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Harry Reid's Fuzzy Math on Defense Savings

Weiner's Exit Sets Off a Race to Be Israel's Better Friend

Counter-Terrorism Nominee Claims He Didn't Mislead Congressman on Detainees

Nominee to Lead Joint Chiefs Warns Against Deep Cuts


Afghan NATO Forces 'Kill 35 Pakistan Taliban Militants'

Afghan Security Forces Say Foiled Kabul Airport Plot


US Takes on Iraq Pullout 'One Bite at a Time'

Bomb Hits US Convoy in Basra

Four Killed in Iraq Attacks Targeting Security Forces

Iraq: Sadr Movement Wins Pardons for 50

Al-Qaeda in Iraq Appeals for Fundraising Ideas

Tuesday: 10 Iraqis Killed, 17 Wounded


Somalis Flee Famine Along 'Roads of Death'

Allow the Hungry to Seek Help, Somali 'Govt' Urges Shabaab

The War at Home

Families Seek Purple Hearts for Soldiers Shot at Ark. Military Recruiting Center

Invisible Wounds of War: There's an App for That?

Homelessness Grants Target Iraq, Afghanistan Veterans

Drug War

Panel Grills ATF Over Botched Gun Operation

11 Killed in Shootings in Southern Mexico

Norway and Fallout

'Experts': Far Right Domestic Terrorism on Par With Foreign Threat

Suspect's Manifesto Points to Planned Anthrax Use, but Also to a Lack of Expertise

Norway Muslims Share Nation's Grief and Hope for Unity


Suspect in India's Mumbai Blast Arrested in Nepal

Investigation in Latest Mumbai Bombing Focuses on Indian Terror Group


US Visa Blacklist Startles Russia

Russia to Increase Arms Spending in 2011 by Half

In Other News

UK Ministry of Defense Spends £1 Billion in Luxuries

Cuba Marks 'Day of the Rebel' With Vow to Change


US Looks for Ways to Break Libya Stalemate

NATO Warns Gadhafi Over Use of Civilian Facilities

Libyan Rebels Have Conceded Ground Since NATO Bombing Began

Land Mines Slow Libyan Rebels' March Toward Tripoli

Tribal Rivalries Complicate Libyan War

Gadhafi Can't Be Left in Libya, Says International Criminal Court

Former Russian Prime Minister: 'What Will Happen After Gadhafi?'


More Deaths, Arrests in Syria Crackdown

Israeli President Says Syrian Leader Assad Must Go

Iran Draws the Line With Turkey on Syria


Upcoming Mubarak Trial a Prism of Clashing Egypt Passions

Iran Courts Post-Mubarak Egypt, Worrying Allies

Middle East

Yemeni Al-Qaeda Branch Says Loyal to Al-Zawahri

Hezbollah Warns Israel Against 'Stealing' Gas

Five UN Peacekeepers Wounded in South Lebanon Blast

Jordan Receives 1 Billion Dollar Grant From Saudi Arabia


Israeli, Palestinian Envoys Square Off Over UN Recognition

Security Council Debate Offers Preview of Palestinian Bid

Palestinian Children Endure Systematic Abuse From Israel's Military Courts, Say Reports

Hamas Hangs Two Gazans for 'Collaboration With Israel'

Israeli Women Defy Law, Take Palestinian Children to Beach

Israeli Housing Protests Evolve Into Major Crisis

Turkey Mulls Harder Line if Israel Refuses to Apologize


Two Koreas Agree to Talks in Rush of Peaceful Gestures

South Korea Flour Aid Trucks Cross Border to North


Two Chinese Fighters 'Pursue' US Spy Plane

Mullen: Military Exchanges to Foster US-China Trust


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The Return of the Neocons' Prodigal Son

Ivan Eland
The West Has a Double Standard in Terrorism Cases

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

Ran HaCohen
Things You Can Say, Things You Cannot

Charles V. Peņa
You Cannot Be Serious

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