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Updated December 27, 2013 - 11:07 PM EST
Leading Pro-Western Pol Killed in Beirut Blast
NSA Surveillance Lawful, Judge Rules
  NSA Can't Make Sense of Masses of Culled Data
  Stanford Study: It Is Trivially Easy to Identify People With Metadata
  2013: The Year the NSA Finally Admitted Its 'Collect It All' Strategy
Israel Strikes Gaza, Threatens Further Escalation
  Netanyahu-Lieberman Plan Could Mean End of Israeli Arab MPs
  Israel's Likud Pushes to Annex West Bank's Jordan Border
  Israel: Palestinian Farmers to Blame for Settler Attacks on Their Land
Egypt Rounding Up Brotherhood as 'Terrorists'
  Egypt Brotherhood May Radicalize After Terror Listing
  US Diplomat Says Washington's Egypt Policy Sounds 'Insane'
Syria Kurds Will Side With Opposition in Talks
  Lavrov: West Starting to Realize They Are Aiding Terrorists in Syria
Protests Continue as Pakistan Slams Latest US Drone Strike
US Threatens to Revoke Afghan Aid Unless Karzai OKs Pact
UN Experts Urge US to Explain Erroneous Drone Strikes
Iranians Pile Into Stocks as Detente Triggers 133% Rally
Homeland Tells It Like It Ain't  by Kelley Vlahos
Congress Must Not Cede Its War Power to Israel  by Sheldon Richman
On WWI Centenary, Will Congress Repeat the Blunders of Russia and Germany?  by Jim Lobe
Where Are Libertarians Going?  by Justin Raimondo
Moments of Revelation  by Nebojsa Malic
Obama's New Normal: The Drone Strikes Continue  by Amy Goodman

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John Yoo Says Judges Too Out of Touch to Decide if NSA Violated 4th Amend.
Psychologist Found Accused 9/11 Plotter to Be Mentally Incompetent in 2009
James Bamford vs. Michael Hayden on NSA Surveillance
Russia Issues Visas to 7 Greenpeace Crew Members
US Base's Relocation Clears Hurdle in Japan
Greenwald Slams MSNBC for Obama Bias
Anger Over Abe's Shrine Visit
US Says Disappointed at Japan PM's Shrine Visit
China Condemns Japan PM Shinzo Abe's Yasukuni Shrine Visit
Why Japan's Shinzo Abe Went to Yasukuni Shrine
Rocks, Tear Gas Fly as Thai Protests Heat Up
Police Officer Shot Dead During Thai Protests
Thai Government Rejects Call to Delay Election After Clashes Erupt
China Marks Mao's Birthday With Controlled Tribute
China's Xi Notes Mao's 'Mistakes' on 120th Anniversary
Bangladesh Deploys Army Ahead of January Elections
Bangladesh-UAE Prisoner Swap Deal Under Discussion
Police: Bomb Blast Kills 5, Wounds 6 in India
Pakistan: PTI's Anti-Drone Protest Enters 34th Day
Philippine Rebels Vow to Build 25,000-Strong Force
Attack on Reporter Restores Passion to Ukraine Demonstrations
Basque ETA: Spain's Frozen Peace Process
South Sudan
US to Cut South Sudan Aid if Government Toppled: Official
Kenya and Ethiopia Leaders in Juba for Talks
Who Is to Blame for the Crisis in South Sudan?
Truce Near Damascus Broken as Warplanes Bomb Aleppo
No Aid Seen in Syrian Town Despite a Deal to Lift Barriers
Syria's War Creates a Market for Artificial Legs
As if Syria Didn't Have Enough Problems, a Polio Epidemic Looms
Christmas Trees Offensive to Jews, Knesset Speaker Says
Yasser Arafat Died of Natural Causes: Russian Report
20 Killed, 29 Wounded in Iraq Attacks
Iranian Dissidents Say Rockets Hit Their Baghdad Camp, Kill Two
2 Pro-Secession Activists Assassinated in Yemen's Aden
Tribesmen Seize Oil Ministry Building in East Yemen
Middle East
Erdogan Struggles to Contain Turkey Corruption Probe
Hezbollah Agents Said to Use Foreign Passports, Train in Cyprus
5 Injured in Cairo Bus Bomb Blast
Military Officer Killed in Drive-By Shooting in Libya
Libyan Militiamen Briefly Block Entrance to Central Bank
DR Congo
Rebel Group Attack Kills 40 in Eastern Congo
Soldiers Retake Town Seized by Rebel Group
Central African Republic
Dozens of Bodies Recovered After Violence in Central African Rep.
6 Peacekeepers Killed in Central African Republic
Attack on Presidential Palace Thwarted in Central African Rep.
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Where Are Libertarians Going?

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Moments of Revelation

Philip Giraldi
We're The Good Guys

Ivan Eland
Bipartisan Budget Agreement Doesn’t Make Partisan Bickering Look So Bad

Kelley B. Vlahos
Wars Past, Present and Yet to Come

David R. Henderson
Rand’s Stand

Ran HaCohen
Purim and Genocidal Phantasies

Charles V. Peña
Cyberwar for Me but Not for Thee

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