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Updated October 3, 2019 - 9:14 PM EDT
Gunfights Rage as Iraq Protests Grow Nationwide
  Thousands in Bloody Protests Across Iraq, 28 Dead
  Iraq's Nationwide Protests Look Like New 'Arab Spring' Moment
  Iraqi Militia Leader Meets US SecDef Following Israeli Attacks
US ICBM a 'Visible Message of National Security'
  North Korea Successfully Tests Submarine-Based Missiles
DoD Creates New Office to Focus Solely on China
  China's Latest Display Suggests Its 'Nuclear Triad' Is Complete
Iran: Trump to Blame for Failure of French-Brokered Call
  Trump-Rohani Phone Call Nixed, but Negotiations Aren't Dead Yet
Official Fired for Saying Defense Firms Ripping Off DoD
  It's Official: The Pentagon Now Runs the Security Clearance Process
Egypt: Twitter Suspends Anti-Sisi Activists' Accounts
Afghan Adviser: Taliban Hardliners Joining ISIS, al-Qaeda
item Taiwan Arms Sales and Erosion of US-Sino Diplomacy  by Chas Freeman
item Why Israel Is Struggling to Find a Way Out of Its Political Deadlock  by Jonathan Cook
item Idiocy or Perfidy? How We Get Hooked on Foreign Democracy Movements  by James Bovard
item Tragic Folly: Supporting Death and Destruction in Yemen  by Paul Aranas
item Does Impeachment Mean the End of Negotiations With North Korea?  by Doug Bandow
item Ukraine Holds More Surprises for Biden  by Leonid Bershidsky

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