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NSA Made Warrantless Searches on Calls, Emails
CIA Misled on Interrogation Program: Senate Rpt.
Russian Military 'Buildup' Greatly Exaggerated
  Russia Courts Investors With Crimea 'Special Economic Zone'
  NATO FMs to Meet, Plan Build-Up in Eastern Europe
US May Release Pollard to Extend Israel Talks
  Palestinians Slam Israeli 'Blackmail' as Kerry Tries to Salvage Talks
  FIFA Threatens to Expel Israel Over Treatment of Palestinians
5 Things to Know About Obama's NSA Proposal
  NSA Infiltrated RSA Security More Deeply Than Thought: Study
Koreas Take Turns Shelling Water in Annual Row
US Nixed Israel Demand for Iran 'Nuke' Confession
No US Combat Deaths in March, First Time in Over a Decade
Syria Ups Border Defenses Near Turkey as Tensions Soar
Security Forces Focus of Iraq Attacks: 55 Killed, 50 Wounded
Targeting Iran: Gareth Porter’s New Book Tells All  by Philip Giraldi
Iranian Nuclear Talks: Not What Israel Wants You to Believe  by Shemuel Meir
Electoral Systems and Failed Democracies  by Jon Basil Utley
War Party Oligarch  by Patrick Buchanan
Obama's Iraqi Fairy Tale  by Sheldon Richman
When Secrecy and Surveillance Trump the Rule of Law  by John W. Whitehead

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Iraq and Afghanistan: The Physical and Mental Toll, by the Numbers
Yemenis Affected by US Drone Strikes to Launch Victims' Union
Ukraine Pauses Its DC Lobbying Contract
The War at Home
Congress, Pentagon at Odds in Budget Talks; It's Military's Needs Vs. Lawmakers' Home Front
NSA Revelations 'Changing How Businesses Store Sensitive Data'
Senate Report Concludes No Evidence From Torture Helped Hunt for bin Laden
No Bond for Detroit-Area Man Linked to Hezbollah
US Military
US Says Seeking Buyers for Old Military Equipment
Darwin: Australia's Most Militarized City, and a Lily Pad for the Pentagon
Hagel Acts to Improve POW-MIA Accounting Effort
Colorado Ranchers Remain Wary of Army's Piñon Canyon Plans
Turkish Military Fires Into Syria After Rocket Hits Mosque
Turkey Accused of Sending Fighters to Syria
Syrian Army Claims Seizure of Key Latakia Position
Turkish PM Erdogan Tells Enemies They Will Pay Price After Poll
Erdogan Victory Puts Icy Turkey-EU Relations in Deep Freeze
Google: Turkey Intercepting Our Internet Name Servers
Erdogan Critic Fears Returning Home
White House Evading Jonathan Pollard Answers
When Pollard Comes Up, It's a Sign Israeli-Palestinian Peace Talks Have Derailed
Iran's Supreme Leader Pardons 920 Prisoners: IRNA
Iran's New UN Envoy Is Linked to the 1979 US Embassy Hostage Crisis
Security Forces Focus of Iraq Attacks: 55 Killed, 50 Wounded
ISIL Confiscates Houses of Iraqi Police in Fallujah
France Overhauls Its Government After Voters Rebuke Socialists
France's President Names 51-Year-Old Socialist Manuel Valls as New Prime Minister.
Social Conservatives Are Mobilizing in France, Leading to Talk of a Tea Party
Venezuela Clears Protest City's Streets
Venezuela Orders Landlords to List Homes for Sale
Another Mexican Vigilante Leader Accused of Murder
Federal Police, Soldiers to Patrol Mexico State
Medvedev: Russia to Pour Funds Into Crimea
Poland, France, Germany Call for Ukraine Conference
Optimistic IMF Bets on Third Time Lucky in Ukraine
Russia Raises Some Salaries and Pensions for Crimeans
Russian Duma Denounces Black Sea Fleet Deal With Ukraine
Russia Boycotts UN Meeting With Ukraine's Tatars
Kiev-Loyal Orthodox Church Doubtful of Its Future in Crimea
Ukraine Angered by Russia PM Medvedev's Visit to Crimea
British Troops to Mobilize in NATO Eastern Europe Military Exercises
3 Police Officers Injured in North Kosovo Ambush
Greek Police Ban Protests During EU Meetings in Athens
Afghanistan Attacks Leave 18 Dead Ahead of Polls
Romanian Soldier Killed, 5 Wounded in Afghanistan
Pakistan's Musharraf Charged in Treason Case
North Korea Actions 'Dangerous and Provocative' White House Says
Russia Voices Concern Over New Tensions on Korean Peninsula
China Summons Manila Envoy Over South China Sea Legal Case
Leader of China Aims at Military With Graft Case
Egypt Court Denies Bail to Al Jazeera Staff
Al-Jazeera Trial: Peter Greste Calls Charges 'Preposterous'
Libya Burns Cash, Halts Projects to Battle Budget Crisis
East Libyan Rebels Close to Deal to Reopen Ports
Libya Releases Three Rebels Who Boarded Tanker at Rebel Port: Official
'Boko Haram' Giwa Barracks Attack: Nigerian Army Killed Hundreds
Catholic Church in North Nigeria Set Aflame
Boko Haram Attacks Security Location in Yobe
Central African Republic
Chad Troops Defend Actions in Central African Republic
UN Chief Warns Against Aiding Central African Republic Militias
Six Killed in Nairobi Explosions in Kenya
Timbuktu Hosts Reconciliation Meetings for Mali
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Transnistria Libre!

Philip Giraldi
Targeting Iran

Nebojsa Malic

Lucy Steigerwald
The War on Drugs Remains Literal

Ivan Eland
US Security Agencies Are Out of Control

Kelley B. Vlahos
Brother Karzai Leaves Election, Joins Another Ticket

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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