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The Maria Butina Case Is Not About Spying
Yemen Clashes Threaten Ceasefire in Hodeidah
  No Yemen Peace Without Addressing Southern Demands: Separatist
  Pompeo Downplays White House Differences With Senate on Saudis
US, South Korea Fail to Agree on Cost-Sharing
  Security, Free Speech in Focus as Seoul Braces for Kim Visit

Syrian Kurds: Turkey’s Threats Are a 'Declaration of War'

  US-Backed Kurdish Forces Seize ISIS Town in Eastern Syria
Kosovo Approves Standing Army Over NATO Objections
No Scientific Proof That War Is Ingrained in Human Nature
item Robert Kagan's Jungle Book of Forever War  by William Ruger
item Latest Odds of a Shooting War Between NATO and Russia  Ann Garrison interviews George Szamuely
item Saudi Arabia Declares War on America's Muslim Congresswomen  by Ola Salem
item Weaponizing Humanitarian Aid  by Mel Gurtov
item Did British Spies Infiltrate Bernie Sanders' Campaign?  by Bernhard
item Battle Inside the Political Parties for the Future of US Foreign Policy  by Emma Ashford & A. Trevor Thrall

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Armed Services Chair Says Will Fund Military, Not Drive Foreign Policy 'Like McCain'
Report: Salman Mulling Public Netanyahu Meeting to Counter Khashoggi Fallout
Farmers Buoyed but Cautious as China Resumes Buying US Soybeans
Iran Says UN-Led Ceasefire in Hodeidah Is Step Toward Peace
UN Envoy: UN Monitors Needed to Observe Yemen Ceasefire
Turkey Continues Unapproved Airstrikes; 24 Killed in Iraq
Iraq Summons Turkish Envoy Over Air Strikes: Foreign Ministry
Baghdad Protesters Demand Completion of Govt, Reforms
Hundreds of Children of ISIS Members Jailed in Iraq Set to Return to Turkey
Turkey Will Enter Syria's Manbij if US Doesn't Remove YPG Fighters, Erdogan Says
UN Security Council Authorizes Syria Aid Deliveries for Another Year
ISIS Militants Holding 3500 Iraqis in Syria Prisons: Mayor
Arab Parliament Urges Arab League to Reinstate Syria, Egypt's News Agency Says
Russia's Rosneft Quits $30b Potential Oil, Gas Projects in Iran
South Korea Imports No Iran Oil in November Despite Sanctions Waiver
21 Killed in Ethnic Violence in Ethiopia
Ethiopia to Move Troops From Eritrean Border as Relations Thaw
Central African Republic
UN Renews Mandate for Central African Republic Peacekeeping Mission
Anti-Balaka Militias Quit Central African Republic Disarmament Program Over War Crimes Arrest
The US Is Buying Phone Hacking Tools for Ghana's Police
52,000 Displaced by 'Horrific Violence' in West Niger: UN
Supporters of Ex-Al Shabaab Leader Clash With Police in Somalia's Baidoa City, 11 Dead
Nigerian Military Lifts Suspension of UNICEF Activities in Northeast
Libya's NOC Won't Pay Ransom for Biggest Oil Field
Two Rwandan Soldiers and Rebels Killed in Clashes, Says President
US Sanctions 3 Over Activities in South Sudan's Civil War
Russian Planes Go Home After Venezuela Wargames
3 Police, 1 Marine Killed in Violent Mexico Clashes
Police Raid Nicaragua Journalist's Offices in Crackdown on Dissent
Americans Still Dying
19-Year-Old Soldier From Johnstown (PA) Dies in Afghanistan
Marine Pilot From New Bern (NC) Killed in Aircraft Collision Off Japan
Staatsburg (NY) Marine Killed in Military Plane Crash Near Japan
Father of Valley Marine (AZ) Who Went Missing Off Japanese Coast Speaks
St. Augustine, Jacksonville (FL) Family Remembers Marine Pilot Killed Off of Coast of Japan
Netanyahu Promises More Bloodshed in West Bank
As West Bank Violence Continues, Netanyahu Calls for Settlement Expansion, Punitive Demolition of Palestinian Homes
Australia Recognizes West Jerusalem as Israel's Capital
60% of the 10,500 Protesters Treated for Injuries in Gaza Were Shot by Israeli Forces in the Legs
Israeli Forces Kill Teen in West Bank Crackdown
Dozens of Palestinians Injured in Clashes With Israeli Soldiers Amid Heightened Tension: Medics
Israeli Troops Arrest Dozens in West Bank
Abbas's Security Forces Use Batons to 'Brutally Beat' Hamas Protesters in Hebron
Israel Arrests Brother of Slain Activist Bassel Al-Araj
Lebanese Wary as Israel Destroys Hezbollah Border Tunnels
Afghan Officials Reject Civilian Casualties in Kunar Operation
Offensive Against Taliban Kills at Least 20
Georgia Troops Train for Afghanistan Insider Attacks
Afghan Air Force Begins Night Raids to Decrease ANDSF Causalities
US Says China Should Free Canadians Held After Huawei Arrest
Canada Says It Has Been Granted Consular Access to Man Detained by China
Six Security Officials Killed in Attack in Southwestern Pakistan
Pakistan Receives Another $1 Billion From Saudi Support Package
Sri Lanka's Disputed PM Mahinda Rajapaksa to Step Down
Indian Court Rejects Probe Into Rafale Fighter Jet Deal
Villagers Flee Fighting, Hide in Forest in Indonesia's Papua
Philippines: 66 Alleged Militants Convicted in Kidnappings
Kremlin: Allegations Against Accused Russian Agent Butina Groundless
Israeli Ambassador Bemoans Glorification of Ukrainian Leader
Spain Approves EUR 7.3 Billion in Defense Spending Programs
Dutch to Boost Defense Spending for More F-35 Jets
Greek Protest Against Macedonia Deal Ends in Violence
Weekend Reviews
Three Heretic Authors Take on the US Foreign-Policy Blob
Robert Kagan's Jungle Book of Forever War
Andrew J. Bacevich's Twilight of the American Century
How the US Creates 'Sh*thole' Countries
Bibi, the Turbulent Life and Times of Benjamin Netanyahu
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Justin Raimondo
The End of the Weekly Standard

Maj. Danny Sjursen
This Is What It Looks Like When Imperialism Comes Home

Sheldon Richman
Are You Ready To Fight a War Over Ukraine?

Ted Snider
Rogue: America and the Post Unipolar World

Lucy Steigerwald
Plans To Memorialize a War Without End

David R. Henderson
War-Fighting and the Loss of Liberty

Ran HaCohen
Jerusalem, the Capital of Apartheid

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