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Updated February 28, 2012 - 11:24 PM EST
Stratfor Email: US Plans to Charge Assange
  NYPD Used Fed Money to Spy on Muslims
  WikiLeaks: Probe Reveals Secret FBI Investigation of PETA
Pentagon: Despite Riots, Afghan Strategy 'Sound'
  Stratfor: Several Pakistani Military Officials Knew Bin Laden Location

Nine Afghans Killed by Suicide Car Bomb at NATO Base

Israel, Kurds Destroyed Iran Facility: WikiLeaks
Report: Iran 'Struggling' With New Centrifuges
Claims of 'Massacre' as Syrians Approve Constitution
Judge Said He Was Investigated for Crossing Halliburton
Reform-Minded Youth Marginalized in 'Post-Saleh' Yemen
China's Supremacy Need Not Mean War With US  by Gwynne Dyer
The Mossad Has Long Given Marching Orders to AIPAC  by Grant Smith
Other People's Blood: New Ground for the Great Oil Game  by Chris Floyd
It's Time to Cut Our Losses in Afghanistan  by Malou Innocent
Drones for Human Rights?  by Hiroaki Sato
Is Iraq Violence Tied to US Withdrawal?  by Aymenn Jawad al-Tamimi

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Clinton, Manning Among Nobel Peace Prize Candidates

US: Missile System in Turkey on Track

Culture Over Politics: Iranians Overjoyed at First Oscar Win

Iraq Returns Body of US Soldier Missing Since 2006

Putin Warns West Over Syria, Iran

A Look at the World's Most Powerful Mercenary Armies

Are Atrocities Part of War?

Newt: People in Afghanistan Will Have to Learn 'To Live Your Own Miserable Life'
UN Evacuates International Staff From Office in North Afghanistan After Attacked in Protests

Afghan Taliban Set Off Car Bomb at Jalalabad Airport

Iran Seeks UN Condemnation of Quran-Burning in Afghanistan


Iraq Film Festival Aims to Promote Human Rights


'Bomb Iran' Billboard's Real Message Just the Opposite

Israel Seen Slow to Dig in as Iran War Talk Simmers

United States
David Sharrett's Family Still Wants Justice for Friendly-Fire Death in Iraq

Stratfor Calls WikiLeaks Email Release 'Deplorable'

White House, NSA Weigh Cybersecurity, Personal Privacy

Hundreds of Bangladeshi Journalists Join Protest Against Colleagues' Murder

Bomb Blast in Nepal's Capital Kathmandu 'Kills Three'

North Korea Warning as US and South Korea Begin Joint Drill

Venezuela Defense Min. Vows Soldiers Will Never Again Be Deployed Against Civilians

Iraq Says Will Not Back Syrian Regime 'At Any Cost'

Dozens of Syrian Soldiers 'Defect to Iraqi Kurdistan'


Turkey Looks to Buy Influence in Libya

Lockerbie Relatives Urge Inquiry Into 'Suppressed Evidence'

UN Says South Libya Tense After Tribal Warfare


Aides: Yemen's Saleh to Seek Exile in Ethiopia

Inside Yemen's Revolution, Cracks Appear as Saleh Leaves

Yemenis March to Demand Ex-President's Prosecution


Modern-Day Zealots Envision New Jewish Temple in Jerusalem

Israeli Ultra-Orthodox, in Rare Show of Unity, Say They Won't Be Drafted
Catholics Ask Israeli Leader to Help End Israeli Attacks on Christians

Sudan Rebels Say Key Area Seized

Six Killed in Nigeria Suicide Bomb, Eight in Reprisal


Juppe: EU Candidate Status for Serbia 'Done' Deal

Ukraine: Assassination Bid on Putin Foiled; Opposition Scoffs

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Justin Raimondo
Hope in the Belly of the Beast

Kelley B. Vlahos
Do Afghan Riots Spell E-X-I-T?

Charles V. Peņa
WMDs Redux

Nebojsa Malic
Intervention, Reloaded

Philip Giraldi
AIPAC Declares War

Ivan Eland
Provocations Against Iran Follow a Rich Tradition

David R. Henderson
Is Iran a Threat?

Ran HaCohen
Was Elliott Abrams Hitler's Senior Advisor?

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