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Updated December 19, 2014 - 11:28 PM EST
Congress Likely Can't Stop Cuba Normalization
  Who's Afraid of Cuba? Almost Nobody Anymore
  US Was at Odds With World Over Cuba Policy
  US Spy Freed by Cuba Was Longtime Asset
US Vows Retaliation on North Korea for Sony Hack
  North Korea Almost Certainly Did Not Hack Sony
  State Dept Influenced Sony to Encourage Assassination in North Korea
US Sending 100s More Ground Troops to Iraq
  ISIS Retakes Iraqi City of Baiji, Troops Flee to Oil Refinery
  Kurdish Peshmerga Capture Mount Sinjar From ISIS
  US Backed Talks Between Clerics and ISIS in Effort to Save Hostage
CIA Admits Drone Program 'Counterproductive'
  Bin Laden Expert Accused of Shaping CIA Deception on Torture
  The Saga of the Torture Report CIA Still Has Under Wraps
  Torture Program Linked to Discredited, Illegal CIA Techniques
  How the CIA Covered Up Its Lie on Torture and bin Laden
US Delays Release of Study on 1953 Iran Coup
Nigeria: Boko Haram Kills 32, Kidnaps 185
US To Veto UN Resolution on Israeli Occupation of Palestine
Cops Scan Social Media to Help Assess Your 'Threat Rating'
A Cold War Breakthrough  by Jacob G. Hornberger
The Real Scale of US Defense Spending  by Veronique de Rugy
What Bad, Shameful, Behavior Is US Judge Richard Posner Hiding?  by Glenn Greenwald
Why Did They Torture?  by Justin Raimondo
The Senate Drone Report of 2019  by Tom Engelhardt
Rubio Truly Hates Diplomacy  by Daniel Larison

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ISIS Fight to Take at Least Three Years: US General
Pentagon Calls ISIS 'Daesh' for First Time
The Latest Twist in the Bizarre Prosecution of Barrett Brown
US Tries to Strike Deal With EU for Immunity Over Online Security Breaches
UN OKs Measures Targeting North Korea, Iran, Syria
Cuba: 'Normalizing Relations'
The US – Not Cuba – Comes in From the Cold
Obama Intends to Lift Several Restrictions Against Cuba on His Own
The Cuba Sanctions: Farewell to a Cold War Relic
The Ill-Fated Schemes to Upend Castro
Spy's Parents Search for Son After Cuba-US Deal
The American Spy Traded in the US-Cuba Diplomatic Breakthrough
Cubans Imagine New, More Prosperous Life Without an Old Foe
Cubans' Hopes High for a Better Future
US Reaction to Cuba Move
Rand Paul Breaks With Other 2016 Candidates on Cuba
Major League Baseball Eyes US-Cuba Opening
Easing Rules With Cuba May Produce Bonanza for US Business
Jimmy Carter Calls US-Cuba Diplomacy 'Courageous'
Global Reaction to US Cuba Move
World Leaders Hail US-Cuba Announcement on Restoring Ties
Latin American Leaders Hail Renewed US-Cuban Diplomatic Relations
Afghanistan: Suicide Bomber Kills Policeman
UN Experts: Taliban Radicals Against Peace Gain Prominence
Afghan Soldier Who Fled US Training Sent to Canada
Some Pakistan Militants Denounce School Attack, Amid National Outrage
Pakistan Grants Bail to Key Suspect in 2008 Mumbai Attacks
Pakistan's Gallows Await 3,000 Convicted Terrorists; First Will Hang 'Within Days'
UN General Assembly Seeks North Korea ICC Charges
Thailand Welcomes China's Li as US Ties Cool Over Coup
China Tightens Grip on Macau as Dissent Rises in Gambling Hub
West's Sanctions on Russia Bite, but Backlash Could Hurt
EU Approves New Crimea Sanctions
Russia Says EU Sanctions on Crimea Unacceptable
Russia Signs Deals With China to Help Weather Sanctions
Central African Republic
Central African Republic Fighting Kills at Least 28
Armed Groups Recruit 10,000 Child Soldiers in Central African Republic: NGO
Fighting in Libya's Benghazi Kills 25 in Eight Days: Medics
Cameroon Army Says Killed 116 Boko Haram Fighters
Egypt Court Jails Dozens of Islamists Over Violence
3 Wounded as UN Vehicle Hits Roadside Bomb in Northern Mali
Floating Arsenals: The Boats Full of Guns for Hire Against Pirates
The War at Home
Glenn Greenwald Blasts Dick Cheney and President Obama on Torture
Congress Again Buys Abrams Tanks the Army Doesn't Want
CIA Official Moving to NSA
'Team America' Screenings Also Pulled From Theaters
Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect Tsarnaev Appears in Court
Tsarnaev Lawyer Says He Plans to Seek Trial Delay
Sinjar Operation Continues; 142 Killed Across Iraq
Hundreds of US Troops Now Deployed in Iraq's Anbar Province
Silence of the Sheikhs Puts US Iraq Strategy in Doubt
Top Islamic Militants Killed; More US Troops Going to Iraq
Iraq Wins One-Year Reprieve on Gulf War Reparations Due to Crisis
Amid Iraq War, Basra Autonomy Bid Gaining Greater Support
ISIS Jihadists Behead 'Sorcerer' in Iraq
Iraq PM Drops Lawsuits Against Journalists
Love, American Style: Iraq's Kurds Fans of All Things US, Bush
Botched Cyberattack on Syria Group Blamed on ISIS
UN Seeks $8.4 Billion to Help Syria Refugees
Turkey Remains Leery About Presence of Kurdish Refugees From Syria's Kobani
Iran Unveils a Memorial Honoring Jewish Heroes
Iran Nuclear Talks 'Very Close' to Resolution, Says Putin
Palestinian UN Bid Is an 'Act of War,' Minister Charges
Ex-Envoy Michael Oren May Join Kahlon's Knesset List
Poll: Most Israelis Don't Want Netanyahu to Remain PM
Israel Won't Accept 'Unilateral' Palestine Bid: Netanyahu
Gazans Rally for Ex-Strongman as West Bank Trial Opens
Salafist Group Claims Responsibility for Bombing French Center in Gaza
Former Israeli PM Olmert: Sheldon Adelson Told Bush I Was a Traitor
Yemeni PM Bahah's Cabinet Wins Parliamentary Approval: Sources
Suicide Bombers Kill at Least Seven in Yemen Port: Sources
Malnutrition Hits Millions of Children in Yemen
Yemeni Women Fear Houthis Are Restricting Freedoms
Bahrain May Start Importing Russian Gas From 2017
North Sea Oil Industry 'Close to Collapse'
German Authorities Arrest Three Turks Accused of Espionage
Australian Police Raid Properties, Not Related to Siege: Authorities
Mexican Legislator Rescued From Kidnappers
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Why Did They Torture?

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The Obscenity of Respectable Politics

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Questioning the Powerful

Ivan Eland
Turkey Is a Bad Ally

Nebojsa Malic
South Stream Blues

Ran HaCohen
Yet Another War of Deceit

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