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Ukraine Protest Leaders Hired Kiev Snipers
  Putin: No Intention of Annexing Crimea
  Russia Successfully Tests ICBM Near Caspian Sea
  Russia Threatens Retaliation if US Imposes Sanctions
Hagel Vows More Military Aid for Baltics, Poland
  US Hawks Take Flight Over Ukraine
  Obama, Putin Trade Accusations Over Crimea
  Russia Is Allowed to Have 25,000 Troops in Crimea...and Other Facts
  Crimean PM Says Ukrainian Military Units Have Started to Surrender
Al-Qaeda Joins Other Syrian Rebels for Offensive
  OPCW: Good Progress on Syria Chemical Disarmament
Palestinians: AIPAC Speech Is End to Peace Talks
  Kerry to AIPAC: America Will Not Fail Israel
  Court in Egypt Bans Palestinian Group Hamas
Pentagon: Cuts Would Make Wars Even Longer
  Cuts Have Had a Much Smaller Impact on Military Spending
Probe Sought of CIA Spying on Senate Computers
Code Pink's Benjamin Says Egypt Police Abused Her in Jail
A Monster Reawakens: The Rise of Ukrainian Fascism  by Justin Raimondo
The Next Battleground in Obama's War on Whistleblowers  by Peter Van Buren
US Defense Policy: Don't Sweat the Small Stuff  by Ivan Eland
A Clumsy Regime Change in Ukraine  by Peter Lee
Iran Deal Will Be Difficult  by Philip Giraldi
Killing in the Name of Algorithms  by Cori Crider

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RT Host Abby Martin Condemns Russian Incursion Into Crimea – on RT
20 Russian Antiwar Activists Arrested in Moscow
Group Slams Pentagon Request for More War Funds
Guantánamo Judge Pushes USS Cole Trial to Dec. 4
Washington Post Uses Biased Experts to Promote Propaganda on Venezuela
Spying on Everyone
NSA Chief Criticizes Media and Suggests UK Was Right to Detain David Miranda
Telecoms Giants Reportedly Join Tech Firms in Pushing Back Against NSA
Feds Accuse Sprint of Overbilling for Wiretaps
NSA Director Says Snowden Leaks Hamper Protection Against Cyberattacks
The War at Home
Edward Snowden to Address Austin Festival via Skype
Facebook Reportedly in Talks to Buy High-Altitude Drone Makers Titan Aerospace
Standoff in Crimea's Belbek Ends With Peaceful Agreement
Separatist in Donetsk Proclaims 'People's Government'
Economic Battle Over Ukraine Heats Up
Gazprom to Cancel Gas Discount for Ukraine
From Weapons to Fashion, Crimea's Indelible Mark on History
Ukraine and Russia
Putin: Ukraine Has Seen Anti-Constitutional Coup
Russia Orders Soldiers on Military Drills Back to Base
As Military Threats Grow in Crimea, Ukraine Reaches Out to Russia
Russian Stocks, Rouble See Cautious Rebound After Ukraine Panic
Ukraine and the World
EU Commission Worried About Ukraine Gas Supply, Not Europe's
Cyberattacks Rise as Ukraine Crisis Spills to Internet
Japan's Embrace of Russia Under Threat With Ukraine Crisis
Latvia to Freeze Assets, Bar Travel for Some Ukrainians
Russia Tries to Woo Back Moldova
Sephardic Jews Seduced by Spanish Citizenship Offer
Kosovo to Create National Army of 5,000 Soldiers
Egypt's Sisi Signals He Will Run for President
Egyptian Policemen Jailed for Killing Blogger
East African States Mull Stabilization Force for S. Sudan
Official: Libyan TV National Station Assaulted
UN Debates Breadth of a Mission in the Central African Republic
Nigeria Opens Fuel Reserves to Ease Shortage
Some Who Fled Cuba Are Returning to Help
Obama Promises Netanyahu to Press Palestinians on Framework
Netanyahu's AIPAC Speech: The Full Transcript
Two Killed in Israeli Air Strike in Northern Gaza Strip
Israeli Undercover Unit Nabs Wanted Hamas Commander in WB
Israeli Army Opts for Open-Source Technology
Arab-Israeli Islamist Jailed for Jerusalem 'Incitement'
Air Strikes Near Syria Rebel Bastion Yabrud
Syrian Doctors Struggle to Care for Mentally Ill and Traumatized
AIPAC Activists Push Lawmakers on Tougher Iran Stance
Netanyahu: Grave Error to Let Iran Retain Enrichment Ability
Gunmen Attack Samarra Council; 42 Killed, 74 Wounded Across Iraq
Gunmen Storm Government Complex in Iraq's Samarra, 7 Dead
Are We Witnessing the Breakup of Iraq?
Middle East
Bahrain Arrests Dozens Over Deadly Bomb Blast
Army Source Denies Plans to Close Roads to Beirut Suburbs
Karzai Brother to Withdraw From Afghan Presidential Race
The Last Casualties: As Long War Draws Down, Risks Still Prove Real
2 Drivers Killed in Attack on NATO Supply Convoy in NW Pakistan
Pakistan PM Wants All-Out Efforts for 'Permanent' Peace
China Says Its Military Defensive in Posture, but Will Respond to Provocations
China Ramps Up Military Spending in Face of Worried Region
US Says Kunming Attack Is 'Act of Terrorism'
After Vacating Bangkok's Streets, Thai Protesters Look to Courts
India Suffered 212 Bomb Blasts in 2013: Data
UN Sanctions Experts Investigate Rodman's North Korea Trips
New Zealand
New Zealand's Maori King Snubs Prince William
US Military
Study: Higher Suicide Risk Linked to Deployment
Nearly 1 in 5 Had Mental Illness Before Enlisting in Army: Study
Military Suicides: The More We Learn, the Less We Know
US Navy to Order 33 Fewer F-35s Than Planned in Next 5 Years
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Justin Raimondo
A Monster Reawakens: The Rise of Ukrainian Fascism

Ivan Eland
U.S. Defense Policy: Don't Sweat the Small Stuff

Philip Giraldi
AIPAC and Friends Explain Themselves

Kelley B. Vlahos
The Wailing Cassandras Return

Nebojsa Malic
Ukraine, Bosnia on Pyres of Empire

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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