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Thursday Senate Vote on Blocking Saudi Arms
US, Iran Say War Is Not Sought as Tensions Rise
  Trump Creates Doubts About What He Would Attack Iran Over
  Some in Administration Question Aggressive Policy Against Iran
  EU Foreign Ministers Call for Independent Probe Into Tanker Attacks
Pompeo Keeps Saudis Off US Child Soldiers List
  UN Report: 'Inconceivable' MBS Not Involved With Khashoggi Murder
  Sen. Menendez Moves To Block Saudi Arms Sales
Boeing Out, Raytheon In: Shanahan Quits SecDef
US to Send $250 Million in Military Aid to Ukraine
Taliban: US Accepts Full Withdrawal From Afghanistan
Houthi Official Threatens to Target Oil Sites, Tankers
Russia Warns of 'Cyberwar' After US Attacked Its Power Grid
item The Flaw in Tulsi Gabbard's Foreign Policy  by Dave DeCamp
item For Israel, Annexation of the West Bank Is a Long-Established Goal  by Jonathan Cook
item 1,000 More Troops to Middle East: The Pentagon Is a Rudderless Ship Caught in a Storm  by Jeff Schogol
item Palestinians: Forever Refugees  by M. Reza Behnam
item American Trade Sanctions Start to Bite  by Jon Basil Utley
item Mike Pence Is Not Donald Trump's Foreign Policy Successor  by Doug Bandow

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Sen. Rand Paul Says War Would Be 'A Bigger Mistake' Than Iraq
Trump Vows Removal of 'Millions of Illegal Aliens' Starting Next Week
Ecuador Denies Galapagos Islands Will Host US Military Base
Rouhani: Iran Will Not Wage War Against Any Nation
Pompeo: US Forces in Persian Gulf Just a Deterrent
Top EU Adviser Blames US for Iran Tensions
Europeans Plan New Iran Push but May Be Nearing End of Diplomatic Road
Senators Demand Trump Explain Decision to Deploy Troops Amid Iran Tensions
Russia, China Warn US Over Sending 1,000 New Troops to Gulf
Here's the Firepower the US Has Moved Into the Gulf Region Amid Iran Threats
Don't Expect the US to Secure Arabian Gulf Shipping Alone, Top General Says
Iraq Daily Roundup: Anti-ISIS Air Strikes; 23 Killed
Iraq Says Foreign Forces May Not Fight in Iraq
Sadr Calls for Cutting Off Electricity for Officials Inside Baghdad's Green Zone
Canadian Man Gets 26 Years for Role in Iraq Suicide Attack That Killed US Soldiers
Rockets Land Near Iraqi Base Hosting US Personnel in Mosul
Syria Clashes Kill 55 Fighters: Monitor
Syria Says It Doesn't Want to Fight With Turkey
Syria Holding 2 Lebanese Security Agents
Turkey Says US Stance on F-35 Doesn't Fit Spirit of NATO Partnership
Erdogan Says Turkey Will Receive Russian Defense System 'Very Soon'
North Korea
Xi Firmly Backs Pyongyang's Effort to Solve Korea Peninsula Issues
Russia, China Delay US Push for Halt to North Korea Fuel Imports
15 Killed as Kashmir Valley Sees Spurt in Militant Attacks
Terrorists Lob Grenade at Police Station in Pulwama, 10 Injured
Car Bomb Targets Indian Army Vehicle in Kashmir, 2 Killed
US, China Rekindle Trade Talks Ahead of Trump-Xi G20 Meeting
Hong Kong Leader Signals End to Extradition Bill but Refuses to Quit
Ten Fishermen Kidnapped in Malaysia by Suspected Abu Sayyaf Militants
Pakistan's Army Denies 'State Agencies' Killed Activist
Kazakhstan Updates Tally of Protest Arrests to Nearly 4,000
1 Dead in Mexico Helicopter Crash, Gunmen Fire at Responders
El Salvador's New President Vows Reparations for Civil War Massacre
Nicaragua Says Released All Considered Political Prisoners
Yemen/Saudi Arabia
UN Rights Investigator to Issue Report on Khashoggi Murder
UN Agency Suspends Yemen Food Assistance in Sanaa Amid Disputes With Houthis
Saudi Forces Intercept Two More Houthi Drones From Yemen
Suspected al-Qaeda Gunmen Kill Yemeni Security Member
Greenblatt: Israel Should Hold Off on Annexation Until Peace Plan Unveiled
Palestinian Finances Near Collapse as Cuts Deepen
Israeli Forces Demolish Structure, Uproot Olive Trees
EU Legal Opinion Likens Israeli Wine to Apartheid South Africa Goods
Israeli Channel Airs Call to Expel All Palestinians
No Palestinians, No Israelis, Maybe Even No Journalists: What's Left of Kushner's Bahrain Summit
Thousands of Brotherhood Supporters in Turkey Mourn Egypt's Morsi
Morsi's Final Moments Revealed
'He Paid the Fare': Morsi's Colleagues Reflect on His Year in Power
Calls Mount for Inquiry Into Death of Egypt's Ex-President Morsi
DR Congo
About 160 Dead After Days of DR Congo Intercommunal Violence
More Than 300,000 Flee DR Congo Violence, Complicating Ebola Fight
Gunmen Kill 41 People in Central Mali
Suspected Jihadists Kill 15 Soldiers at Nigerian Army Base
Air Strike Hits Warehouse Co-Owned by Italy's ENI in Libya
Rwandan Exile Accuses Regime of Torturing Rebel
Brutal Sudan General Says 'Open' to Technocratic Government
Those Who Oppose Military Are 'Enemies of Algeria': Army Head
Merkel: Will Only Lift Russia Sanctions if Ukraine's Sovereignty Restored
Russian Lawmakers Back Putin on Withdrawal From Nuclear Treaty
Canadian Soldier Dies, 3 Troops Hurt During Drills in Bulgaria
Spain Busts Gang That Helped 'Finance al-Qaeda Militia'
Serbian Court Acquits Ex-US Marine Citing Lack of Evidence
The War at Home
Navy SEAL Bragged About Killing Captive in Iraq: Prosecutor
Facebook Reveals Libra Cryptocurrency, Sparking New Privacy Concerns
Air Force Base Landlord Falsified Maintenance Records, Exposed Families to Asbestos
Venezuela Frees Jailed Opposition Lawmaker Ahead of UN Rights Chief's Visit
Venezuela Receives Second Shipment of Red Cross Aid
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America's War Culture

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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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