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Updated December 21, 2011 - 11:26 PM EST

US Citizen Convicted of 'Material Support' to al-Qaeda

  US Asks Scientific Journals to Censor Articles Over 'Terrorism'
Gen.: US Probably in Afghanistan Beyond 2014
  UN: Violence Up 21 Percent in Afghanistan Over 2010
Former Iraq PM: Maliki Acting Like Saddam
  Sectarian Tensions in Iraq Reach Crisis State, 8 Killed
Pakistan: US Halted Drone Strikes After Nov. Killings
US Blocks UN Condemnation of Israeli Settlements
Over 150 Dead in Two Days of Syria Violence
Djibouti Troops Arrive in Mogadishu for AU Force
The Zenith of Civil Libertarian Anger at President Obama  by Conor Friedersdorf
Will the Media Let Ron Paul Question US Foreign Policy?  by Robert Naiman
Israel, Wake Up and Smell the Coffee  by Gideon Levy
The Life and Death of American Drones  by Nick Turse and Tom Engelhardt
From Iraq to Iran?  by DeWayne Wickham
4,474 Americans Dead in Iraq  by Peter Van Buren

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White House Backs Biden's Taliban-Friendly Statement

Pentagon Plays Down Remarks by Panetta on Iran

Prosecution Rests Case Against Manning

US Expands Sanctions Against Iranian Shipping Sector

In Kim's Death, an Extensive Intelligence Failure

Japan Selects Troubled F-35 as New Fighter Jet

Pakistan Deadliest Country for Journalists for 2nd Year in a Row, Press Advocacy Group Says

For Ex-Pakistan Ambassador to US, an Abrupt Fall From Grace

British PM Makes Surprise Visit to Troops in Afghanistan


Iraqi Tensions Are Challenge for Obama

Anbar Gives Baghdad Its Two-Weeks' Notice

Four Rockets Fired on US Consulate in Kirkuk

Does Maliki Want to Become Unchallenged Ruler of Iraq?

MeK Members Ready to Leave Iraq Camp


Netanyahu: Settler Violence a Stain on the State

South American Mercosur Group Signs Free Trade Agreement With Palestinians

Iranian Currency Drops Amid Jitters Over Regional Trade

North Korea

Death of Kim Jong Il: Nightmare for China, S. Korea, Japan

China's Stake in a Stable North Korea

China Says Open to Visit by New North Korean Leader

The Power Brokers Behind North Korea's Next Leader

North Korea's Tears: Blend of Cult, Culture and Coercion

China Frontier City Sits Out Kim's Death and Waits


Egypt: Protesters 'Died of Gunshot Wounds'

Egypt Army Tries to Seal Off Dissent With Walls Around Tahrir Square

Fierce Clashes in Cairo, Clinton Voices Outrage

Egyptian Islamists: We'll Negotiate With Israel


Sirte and Misrata: A Tale of Two War-Torn Libyan Cities

In the Former Rebel Capital: Benghazi Protests Libya's New Regime

Among Libya's Homeless

Middle East
Arab Spring Yields Different Outcomes in Bahrain, Egypt and Libya

Bahrain Frees Blogger on Bail, to Reinstate Workers

Syria Unrest: Dozens of Army Deserters 'Gunned Down'

Report: Journalists Detained in Turkey

New Awlaki Video Urges US Muslims to Join al-Qaeda

Hezbollah Denies US Money-Laundering Charges


Top Rebel Leader in South Sudan Killed by Army

Ouattara Orders Ivory Coast Army Back to Barracks


Jeered in Moscow, Putin Seen as Hero in Province

European Court Blames Russia in 2002 Theater Siege


Canadian Banks Eye Cuban Presence as Tensions Ease

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No War for Oil: US Dependency and the Middle East

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Let's Do 1989 All Over Again

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The Inevitable War With Iran

Nebojsa Malic

Ran HaCohen
Was Elliott Abrams Hitler's Senior Advisor?

Charles V. Peņa
Doomsday Defense Cuts?

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

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