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Updated September 2, 2011 - 11:25 PM EDT
Israel Opposes Palestine State for Fear of ICC
  Turkey Expels Israeli Envoy Over Flotilla Row
  UN Report: Unreasonable Israeli Force Attacked Gaza Flotilla
Libya Rebels Round Up Black Africans
  Divisions Plague Libya's New Rulers
  Gadhafi Vows 'Long Fight' as Rebels Extend Surrender Deadline
  Rebel Commander in Tripoli Reports Torture by CIA
  Western Officials Insist Libya Role Will Be Largely Advisory
  Secret Documents Reveal Former US Official Aiding Gadhafi
  Fox News Poll: Despite Rebel Gains, Most Oppose US Military in Libya
US Denials of Iraqi Massacre Proved Wrong?
  Media Hail First Month of No US Deaths in Iraq War
US Pounds Southern Yemen, Kills 30 'Suspects'
  Yemeni Forces at Entrance of Qaeda-Held Southern City, 15 Killed
CIA Moves From Spying to Killing People
Broad US Spying on Innocent Americans
UN Troops Traded Food for Sex With Underage Ivorian Girls
Conflicting Stories of Syrian Attorney General's 'Defection'
Obama Must Pay for His Illegal War  by Doug Bandow
Omitted Facts From the 9/11 Commemoration  by Glenn Greenwald
Now That We're Celebrating Gadhafi's End, Can We Get a Little Truth?  by Russ Baker
Violence, Wars, and States  by Gary Chartier
Looking Back at 'The Good War'  by Patrick J. Buchanan
Juan Cole, Consultant to the CIA  by John V. Walsh

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State Dept Cable: Baseball Player's Signing Harmed North Korea Talks
MI5 Former Chief Decries 'War on Terror'
One-Third Say 'Luck' Spares US From Terror
Lieberman: Obama's Concern With Offending Muslims Hurts War
Poll Tracks Shifts in Attitudes Since 9/11
Libya Fighters Look for Desert Showdown With Gadhafi
Gadhafi Vows to Fight a 'Long War'
Clinton Tells Libyan Opposition They Must Deal With the Case of Freed Lockerbie Bomber
Libyan Islamist Says He Won't Be Enemy of US
Algeria Denies Moammar Gadhafi Is in the Nation
World Powers Free Up Billions to Rebuild Libya
Rebels Yank Open Gates of Infamous Libyan Prison, Seeking Clues to a Massacre
How Cameron's Secret Unit Choked Off Oil Supplies to Gadhafi's Frontline Forces
Merkel Commits Germany to Helping Rebuild Libya
Russia Recognizes Libyan Rebels as Country's Govt
Clashes in Nigeria's Jos Kill 22: Morgue Official
Ugandan Police Ban 'Regime Change' Rally
Congo Police Fire Tear Gas at Opposition Protests
Rebels Vow to Keep Up Fight for Political Change in Sudan
Poland Plans Phased Afghanistan Withdrawl
Afghans Anxious About Exit of Foreign Troops
Georgian Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
Pakistan Says Indian Troops Killed Three Soldiers on Kashmir Border
Kashmir Border Deaths Spark India and Pakistan Row
12 Killed in NW Pakistan Suicide Bombing, Ambush
Pakistan, US Struggle to Define Their Relationship
China Says Carrier Met Targets in First Sea Trial
Obama Moves to Sell Northrop Drones to South Korea
Nepal's Former Maoist Rebels Hand Over Their Weapons
Sri Lanka President Imposes New Laws to Hold Terror Suspects

7 People Killed by Old Bomb in Western Myanmar

Leak at WikiLeaks: a Dispatch Disaster in Six Acts
WikiLeaks: How the Leak Was Leaked
Apparent String of Errors Unties WikiLeaks' Bundle of Secret Cables
Bahrain Tensions Grow Amid Stronger Protest Calls
Bahrain Opposition Figure al-Nuaimi Dies
US Troops Suffer No Deaths in August, but Iran Still to 'Blame'
Insurgency in Iraq Takes Toll
US Troops Face Threat in Iraq From New Militia Group
EU Split on Palestinian Push for Recognition
Israel Arrests Hamas Leader in West Bank
Israel Court Rejects Retrial on Settler Home
Polish-Jewish Sociologist Compares West Bank Separation Fence to Warsaw Ghetto Walls
Iran Moves to Shelter Its Nuclear Fuel Program
In Egypt, Eid Celebrations Reflect Change
Yemen Army Said Advancing on Militants in Zinjibar
Al Shabaab Executes a Young Boy in Central Country
Middle East
Kurdish Activists Clash With Police in Istanbul
Iran Moves to Shelter Its Nuclear Fuel Program
US, Britain Call for Tougher Sanctions on Syria
Germany Says Former Rapper Promotes Jihad
Goebbels Was a Coward: Former Secretary Spills Wartime Secrets
Ministers Plan Emergency Law to Move Terror Suspects
Anti-Israel Protest Disrupts BBC Proms Concert in London
UK Arrests 2 Suspected Computer Hackers
US: Guatemala STD Tests 'May Have Infected 2,500'
Leaked Cable Recounts American's 1st Contact in Cuba Jail
US Military
Pentagon Criticized for Lax Contractor Oversight
Army Considers Cutting 10 Active-Duty Combat Brigades
Appeals Court Asked to Vacate 'Don't Ask' Judgment
Former Platoon Sergeant Says Marijuana Was 'The Only Thing' That Controlled His PTSD
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Cut Back on Bad Policy or Quit Altogether?

Kelley B. Vlahos
Who Says Obama's Bad for Business?

Nebojsa Malic
Winter is Coming

Charles V. Peña
Doomsday Defense Cuts?

Ran HaCohen
Israelis Sick and Tired – but of What?

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

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