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Updated June 16, 2014 - 11:28 PM EDT
Obama Poised to Send Special Forces to Iraq
  US Marines, Warships Head Toward Iraq
  Obama Pushes Iraq Reforms, But Preps Air Strikes
  US Begins Partial Evacuation of Baghdad Embassy
Pentagon Denies Plan for Iraq Strikes With Iran
  Pentagon, State Dept. at Odds Over Coordinating With Iran on Iraq
ISIS Forces Seize NW Iraq City of Tal Afar
  Tensions Rise in Baghdad as ISIS Advances
  ISIS Kills Dozens of Soldiers in 'Mass Execution'
  Iraq Air Strikes Drive Civilians Into Kurdish Territory
Syria, Iraq Coordinate Air Strikes Against ISIS
  Kidnap Negotiations Reveal Foreigners Lead Southern Syria's al-Qaeda
  Kurdish Forces Seize Northern Iraq-Syria Border Crossing
Russia Halts Ukraine Gas Shipments
Pakistan Launches Major Offensive Against N. Waziristan
Rift Bared as Palestinians Aid in Search for Missing Teens
Haven't We Already Done Enough Damage in Iraq?  by Ron Paul
The War Is on You  by Jeffrey Tucker
New Ruling Shows the NSA Can't Legally Justify Its Phone Spying  by Jennifer Granick
The Coming Storm  by Justin Raimondo
What We've Lost Since 9/11  by Peter Van Buren & Tom Engelhardt
Bowe Bergdahl Takes Obama's Heat  by Kelley Vlahos

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The Fog Machine of War
by Chelsea Manning
Fewer Bombs, but Nuclear States 'Determined' to Keep Arsenals: Think Tank
Political Turmoil Could Give California Rocket Firm Edge Over Russians
Manning: US Public Lied to About Iraq From the Start
Rival Somali Forces Send Troops To Flashpoint Zones
Gunmen Hit Hotels, Petrol, Police HQ at Kenya's Coast
NATO Says Not to Blame for Planes Vanishing From Radar
Gas Talks Falter as Ukraine Mourns 49 Killed in Attack
In Ukraine, a Day of Mourning Shows Nation Divided
NATO Says Russia Considers It an Opponent, Prepares Ukraine Aid
Evacuating Children Along a Dangerous Ukraine Route
Ukraine Foreign Minister Under Heavy Fire for Anti-Putin Remarks
Election Candidate From Kosovo PM's Party Shot Dead
Majorities in Kosovo, Serbia Support New Deal
Afghan Presidential Candidates Both Say They're Leading
Afghan Election Workers Among 11 Killed by Roadside Bomb
China Summons Japan Defense Attache Over Jets Dispute
China to Build School in Contested Paracel Islands
Pakistan: North Waziristan Remote Control Bomb Blast Injures 5 Security Men
After Coup, Foreign Workers Stream Out of Thailand
Sri Lankan Minister Briefly Trapped by Ethnic Clashes
Renegade General Launches Offensive in East Libya, at Least Four Dead
Power Cut Off in Much of Eastern Libya After Benghazi Plant Shelled
Libya's El Feel Oilfield Reopens After Two-Month Protest
Mali Armed Groups Say They Agree to Peace Talks
South Sudan Crisis 'Deteriorates' After Six Months of War
Sudan Frees Jailed Opposition Leader Al-Mahdi
Thousands Join Opposition Protest in Niger Capital
Santos Re-Elected Colombia President in Endorsement of Peace Talks
Uribe Charges Massive Fraud in Colombia Vote
Iraq Govt and Militants Trade Boasts of Mass Killings; 30 Civilians Also Killed
Mosul Governor Urges US Air Strikes on Militants
Iraqi PM Orders Troops to Protect Samarra
Only Fear and Uncertainty Left on Mosul's Empty Streets
Two Bombings in Baghdad Kill at Least 21
Kurdish Government: Peshmerga Advance Purely Defensive
Iraq and the US
Senator Graham Says Iran's Help Needed to Avoid Collapse in Iraq
Homeland Security Chair: Iraq Poses Greatest Threat Since 9/11
Iraq and the World
Iran Warns Against Military Intervention in Iraq
Turkey May Reassess Ties to Jihadis After Iraq Turmoil: Experts
Hezbollah Sets Up Operations Room to Cope With Iraq Fallout
Iraq Violence Sends Oil Prices Surging Towards $115
Tony Blair Warns UK Should Get Involved in Iraq and Syria
Palestinian Boy, 7, Dies of Injuries From Israeli Air Strike
Israeli Forces Detain 80 Palestinians in Search for Kidnapped Teens
Ex-IDF Chief, Wife Questioned for 2nd Day by Police on Battles With Ex-Defense Minister
No. 2 US Diplomat to Take Part in Iran Nuclear Talks This Week
In Iran, the World Cup Is a Perennial Political Tinderbox
Middle East
Syrian Government Retakes Border Town in Assad Coastal Heartland
Al-Qaeda Suspect Kills 8 Yemen Military Hospital Staff
Egypt Police Confiscate Rights Group's Publication
Egyptian Security Forces Seize Brotherhood Leaders' Assets
Egypt Cabinet Formation Delayed as PM Continues Talks
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The Coming Storm

Lucy Steigerwald
Cops, Gun Control, and the Myth of the US as a Bloody Warzone

Ivan Eland
Messy Endgame in the Afghan War

Nebojsa Malic
Is This What D-Day Was For?

David R. Henderson
An Economist’s Case for a Non-Interventionist Foreign Policy

Philip Giraldi
Targeting Iran

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

Ran HaCohen
Purim and Genocidal Phantasies

Charles V. Peña
Cyberwar for Me but Not for Thee

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