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Updated December 29, 2015 - 9:30 PM EST
Bomb Blasts Kill at Least 32 in Syria's Homs
  Syrian Ceasefire Deal Allows Hundreds to Escape Siege
  Seized Documents Reveal ISIS's Department of 'War Spoils'
  US Officials: Russia Achieving Goals in Syria, at Sustainable Costs
Israel Plans Another 55,000 WB Settlement Units
  IDF Admits Spraying Herbicides Inside the Gaza Strip
Iran Hands Over Uranium Stockpile to Russia
Pentagon Standing in the Way of Gitmo Closure
Boko Haram Kills 80 in Nigeria Last 24 Hours
Poll: Record Number of Americans Say Terrorists Winning
What Are the Chances for Peace in 2016?  by Ron Paul
Bad Govt Decisions That Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time  by Ivan Eland
The Case of David Albright's Missing Objectivity  by Derek Davison
Happy 20th,  by Dan Sanchez
The Ugly Truth About Avoiding War With China  by John Glaser
Ignoring Guantanamo Won't Make It Go Away  by Scott Beauchamp

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Dem Senator Calls for Temporary Tax to Pay for ISIS War
Egypt Arrests 4 Leaders of Anti-Mubarak Movement
Kenya: Shabaab Militias Now Divided
First of 17 Gitmo Detainees to Be Released Next Week
Russia Hopes US to Drop Idea for Forward Basing of Arms in Eastern Europe
120 Killed in Iraq as Baghdad's Attention Turns Towards Mosul
Iraq PM Vows to Defeat ISIS in 2016
Turkey Prosecutor Probes Pro-Kurdish Opposition Head Over 'Self-Rule' Comments: Dogan
Syrian Activists Find No Safety From ISIS in Southern Turkey
Syrian Journalist Who Documented ISIS Atrocities Is Killed in Turkey
Turkey Sees No Normalization of Israel Ties Without End to Gaza Blockade
Bennett Urges Israeli Annexation of West Bank
Israel Warns Brazil in Row Over Settler Ambassador
Israel's Armed Forces Shocked at Dismissal of Missile Defense Chief
Israel's Deposed Missile Defense Chief Was Secretly Monitored for a Month
Middle East
Iran Nuclear Deal: Tehran on Track, Says John Kerry
Saudi Security Spending Rises $5.3 Billion in 2015: Minister
Baghdadi's Ex-Wife Remains in Lebanon Until Status Clear
Burundi Crackdown Puts Hutus and Tutsis, and the West, on Edge
Two Female Suicide Bombers Blow Themselves Up in Cameroon, No Other Deaths
Sudan Is a Waypoint on East Africans' Trek to Europe
Italy Promises Support to Future Libyan Premier
Reporter Released From Egypt Prison Wants Citizenship Back
Around 20 Soldiers Arrested in Burkina Over Jail Break Plot
The War at Home
TSA Moves Closer to Rejecting Some State Driver's Licenses for Travel
Molotov Cocktail Damages California Mosque; Intent Unknown
One Killed, 33 Wounded in Kabul Suicide Attack
Gunmen Kill Woman Anti-Polio Volunteer in Afghanistan
Beheading of Third-Grade Girl 'Was Just the Spark' for Afghan Minority Group
China Angered as Filipino Protesters Visit South China Sea Island
China Passes Controversial Counter-Terrorism Law
Attackers Kill 3 Policemen in Indonesia's Papua Province
South Korea, Japan Reach Settlement on Wartime Korean Sex Slaves
For Japan and South Korea, 'Comfort Women' Bronze May Test Resolve
Political Feuding Imperils Ukraine's Future, Obama's Record
Kremlin Does Not Rule Out Phone Contacts on Ukraine in 'Normandy Format' Before Year-End
Poland's President Signs Disputed Amendment to Top Court Powers
Spain's Socialists Reject Coalition Deal With Any Party Urging Catalan Referendum
Central American States Agree Breakthrough on Stranded Cuban Migrants
4 Bodies Dumped on Mexican Highway
Venezuelan Military Helicopter Crashes in Colombia
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Questioning the Powerful

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