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Updated January 4, 2012 - 11:27 PM EST
Iowa Voters Bring Antiwar Message Into Mainstream

US Vows to Keep Warship in Persian Gulf

  Iran: Nuclear Talks to Resume Soon
13 Killed, Dozens Wounded in Kandahar Bombings
Sunni and Kurdish Blocs Boycott Iraqi Parliament
No Breakthroughs as Israeli, Palestinian Officials Meet
  Obama Seeks to Distance US From Israeli Attack
Activists: Syria Defectors Kill 18 Police Near Daraa
Border Dispute Could Seal Iran-Pakistan Crossings
Yemen Opposition: Saleh Trying to Torpedo Power Transfer
Four Killed as Militias Spar in Tripoli
Are We Witnessing the Final Disintegration of Iraq?  by Patrick Cockburn
The Absolute Moron's Guide to the New Military Detention Laws  by Dan Amira
How Could the Pentagon Possibly Defend Us With the Budget It Had Four Years Ago?  by Jacob Sullum
How Two Wars Revealed the Weakness of the Global Superpower  by Tom Engelhardt
Bring Back the Standing Army  by Nathan Wildermuth
How the Mideast Was Lost  by Ted Galen Carpenter

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Santorum: 'There Is No Palestine'

The GOP Candidates' Stances on Foreign Policy

Marine on Trial for Deaths of 24 Iraqis in 2005

When Pro-war Rep. Grassley Agreed With Ron Paul on Iraq

Was Petraeus the Model for Book's Drunk General?


Two Killed, 20 Hurt in Peshawar Blast

Taliban Back Western Proposal to Open Qatar Office

Afghanistan Blast Soldier Dies in Hospital in Birmingham

Afghanistan Steps Up Efforts to Recover Bank's Losses


Election Fears and Economic Woes Pose New Challenges for Iran's Leaders

Iran Says Nuclear Talks to Resume Soon, IAEA Inspectors to Visit

Russia: Iran Not Capable of Developing Intercontinental Missiles

Carney: Iran in 'Position of Weakness'

Iran Threatens US Navy as Sanctions Hit Economy

Iran Jails Former President Rafsanjani's Daughter


Gaza's PM Warmly Welcomed in Turkish Parliament

Israelis, Palestinians Meet in Jordan for 1st Time in a Year


South Sudanese 'Massacred' After Fleeing Province

Ex-Warlord Warns of South Nigeria Backlash at Boko Haram

Zimbabwe: Mugabe Promotes Notorious General Ahead of Election

Transnistria Shooting Raises Tensions for Russia and Moldova


Syrian Rebel Leader Threatens to Escalate Attacks

Syria Pipeline Attacked Amid Ongoing Killing

Middle East

Seven Years After Sieges, Fallujah Struggles

Morocco Gets New Islamist-Led Government

Overtures to Egypt's Islamists Reverse Longtime US Policy

Upcoming Parliament Will Seek to End US Aid, Says Muslim Brotherhood

Libya Plans Vote on Assembly to Draft Constitution

Tunisian President on First State Trip Abroad Visits Libya

Turkey: Former President Indicted for 1980 Coup

Turkey Offers Compensation for Airstrike Victims


North Korea Holds Rally, Shows Young Kim Meeting Troops

Hu: Hostile Forces Seek to Westernize, Split China

Myanmar's Clemency Falls Short of Expectations

Philippines: 5 Foreign Terror Suspects in South

Peace Broken in Kashmir as Forces Fire on Protesters

United States
Obama Signs Bill to Accelerate TSA Screenings for Military Personnel

As Budget Cuts Loom, Questions Arise About US Forces in Europe

Past Lingers for Company Formerly Called Blackwater

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Justin Raimondo
Meanwhile, in the Persian Gulf…

Kelley B. Vlahos
Dark Days for Govt. Whistleblowers

Ivan Eland
How to Avoid a Return to Iraq

Philip Giraldi
A Tale of Two Cities: Weimar and Washington

Nebojsa Malic

Ran HaCohen
Was Elliott Abrams Hitler's Senior Advisor?

Charles V. Peña
Doomsday Defense Cuts?

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

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