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Obama NSA Reform: More Perception than Reality
Neoconservaties Use Ukraine Crisis
  Obama Mocks 'Weak' Russia, Touts US Global Power
  Transnistria Claims It Shot Down Ukraine Drone
Rhetoric Aside, Crimea a Done Deal for Russia
  Chaos as Ukraine Far-Right Leader Slain in Police Shootout
Iraq Election Commission Resigns Ahead of Vote
  68 Killed, 81 Wounded as Iraq Election Approaches
'Gaza Arms Ship' Likely Wasn't Heading to Gaza
  Israeli FM Seeks Legal Advice on Expelling Arabs
Egypt Targets 1200 Morsi Supporters for Death
Syrian Rebels Seize Another Coastal Village
From Manhattan to Gitmo: Two Courtrooms, Worlds Apart
As Afghan Vote Nears, Deadly Taliban Attacks Spike
Meet the Americans Who Put Together the Coup in Kiev  by Steve Weissman
US Security Agencies Are Out of Control  by Ivan Eland
False Equivalence and the Feud Between the CIA and the Senate  by Conor Friedersdorf
Ron Paul Is Right About Crimea  by Justin Raimondo
The Elephant vs. the Shark  by Lawrence Wilkerson
Is Revealing Secrets Akin to Drunk Driving? Intel Official Says So  by Dan Froomkin

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Cities Reluctant to Reveal Whether They're Using Fake Cell Tower Devices
Snowden Hails 'Turning Point' on NSA
When Govt Spies Fake Your Company's Website, What Can Be Done?
Spanish Court: Catalonia Sovereignty Claim Illegal
Rumsfeld: 'Trained Ape' Could Get Afghan Troop Deal
Qaeda Militants Seek Syria Base, US Officials Say

UN Chief Says Both Sides in Syria Block Aid

Syrian Opposition Seeks Arab League Seat and Syrian Embassies
Syrian Opposition Calls for 'Sophisticated' Arms
Assad's Home Village Under Threat From Syrian Rebels
Saudi Says World Has 'Betrayed' Syria Rebels
Human Rights Group Labels Syria's Use of Barrel Bombs a War Crime
Polio in Syria: An Outbreak That Threatens the Middle East
Hamas Would Accept Peace With Israel, West Bank Leader Says
PA Official: No Peace While Israel Mistreats Arab Citizens
US: Israel's Discrimination Keeps It Out of Visa Waiver Deal
Abbas to Arab League: Israel Trying to Evade Final Prisoner Release
Abbas: Israel Not Giving Peace Process a Chance, Just Trying to Sabotage It
68 Killed, 81 Wounded as Iraq Election Commission Quits
Seven Killed in Gun Attack on Iraq Army: Officials
Iraqi MPs Threaten to Boycott Election Over Security Deterioration
Iraq Buys $1.56 Billion of Gold, Biggest Purchase in 3 Years
Iran Hangs 16 in Reprisal for Pakistan Border Killings
Iran Plans New Oil Terminal to Bypass Hormuz
US to Give Yemen 10 Modified Planes for 'Targeted Killing'
Yemeni Security Forces Free Kidnapped Westerners: Police Sources
Middle East
Arab Summit Strives to Heal Rifts, Stave Off 'Enormous' Peril
A Look at Mideast Judicial Systems
Policemen Injured by Bomb on Highway in Bahrain
White House 'Disappointed' at Saudis Denying Visa to Israeli Reporter
Protests Over Trials of Muslim Brotherhood Members Erupt in Alexandria
UN Says Mass Egyptian Death Sentences Contravene International Law
Libya Rebels Demand Military Ultimatum Be Withdrawn Before Talks
West Should Have Put Boots on the Ground in Libya, Says Former Prime Minister
Sudan Says 151 Rebels Slain in Past Week in Darfur Fighting
South Sudan Peace Talks Resume, UN Warns of Crisis
Twin Blasts in Restive Nigerian City Kill 11
18 Killed in Central African Republic Capital Since Saturday
Kenya Orders All Refugees Into Designated Camps
Puntland Leader Accuses Somaliland of Financing Al Shabaab
Mozambique: Tax Authority Threatens to Confiscate UN Armored Cars
Ethiopia Uses Foreign Kit to Spy on Opponents: Human Rights Watch
Tuareg Leader to Mali Government: Start Talks or Risk New Revolt
South African Military in 'Critical Decline', Review Says
The War at Home
Fla. Clears FBI Agent in Boston Bombing-Linked Shooting Death
Ex-Border Officer Sent to Prison for Almost a Decade for Helping Smugglers of People and Drugs
FBI Takes More Than 2 Weeks to Put Terrorism Suspects on Watch List, Report Says
Two Killed in Shooting Aboard Destroyer at Norfolk Naval Base
$397 Billion Fighter Jet Deployment May Be Delayed by Software Glitches
Controversy Over Ukraine's Tymoshenko 'Wipe Out Russians' Leak
Economic Tensions Hasten Unrest in Eastern Ukraine
Power Is Restored Across Crimean Peninsula
Ukraine Dismisses Defense Minister Over Crimea
Ukraine Battles to Rebuild a Depleted Military
Nationalists Threaten Ukrainian Top Cop With 'Revenge' Over Far-Right Leader Murder
'Sorry Brother': Ukraine Marines Betrayed by Russian Raid
Ukraine, Russia, and the World
German Companies Worry About Sanctions Spiral
Jimmy Carter Calls Russian Invasion of Crimea 'Inevitable'
BRICS Nations Reject Sanctions, Condemn West's 'Hostile Language' Against Russia
Russia Wants to Continue Contacts With G8 States: Kremlin
G7 Warns Russia of More Sanctions if Ukraine Crisis Escalates
Senate Democrats Drop IMF Reforms From Ukraine Aid
Lithuania Pleads for US Gas Exports to Counter Russia
Up to 50,000 Czech Jobs in Danger in Case of Sanctions Against Russia
UK Reviewing Russia Nuclear Power Pact Due to Ukraine Crisis
Norway Suspends Military Cooperation With Russia
Russia Says Five Militants, Policeman Killed in Caucasus Fighting
Russian Military Holds Exercises in Breakaway Moldova Region
US and Russia Agree at Summit on Nuclear Terrorism Threat
Russian Military Starts Large Training Exercises in Siberia
Russian Rocket Launches With American on Board
NBA Denies Clearing Nets to Become 'Russian'
Obama Brings Leaders of South Korea, Japan Together
Seoul: Defiant North Korea Fires 2 Ballistic Missiles
South Korea Activists Launch Leaflets, DVDs Into North
Asia's Hottest Property Market Is Also Most Unlikely – North Korea
Pakistan: Woman Polio Worker Abducted, Tortured, Killed
Xi Tells Obama to Adopt 'Fair' Attitude on China's Maritime Disputes
Thai Protesters Hope Vote for Senate Will Tee Up PM's Impeachment
Venezuela Arrests Three Generals for Alleged Coup Plot
Venezuela Opposition Leader Leopoldo Lopez Writes Open Letter From Military Prison
Disney World Among Casualties of US-Venezuela Spat
Caribbean Community Again Urges US to End Cuban Embargo
Drug Suspects in US Eyes, but Free in Mexico
Ex-Rebel Says Guatemala Guerrilla Commander Ordered Massacre in
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Domestic Drones Are Inevitable

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Promised Land

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Brother Karzai Leaves Election, Joins Another Ticket

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Rand’s Stand

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Purim and Genocidal Phantasies

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Cyberwar for Me but Not for Thee

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