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AP

How much does the U.S. government really trust Canada? Maybe less than you think. Espionage warnings from the Defense Department caused an international sensation a few years ago over reports of mysterious coins with radio frequency transmitters, unt

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Reuters

30,000 more US troops for Afghanistan? Esmatullah shrugged. "Even if they bring the whole of America, they won't be able to stabilize Afghanistan. Only Afghans understand our traditions, geography and way of life."

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AP

President Barack Obama's speech Tuesday night did not always match the reality on the ground in Afghanistan. The president raised expectations that may be hard to meet when he told Americans his troop increase in Afghanistan will accelerate the train

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Since April, a steady string of reports have detailed sightings of a mysterious, unidentified UAV prowling the skies above Kandahar. Grainy, Loch-Ness-Monster-like photos revealed a flying-wing-type aircraft with stealth features. Now, the French

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by Jacob G. Hornberger via AntiWar.com

The decision to treat the 9/11 attacks as a military problem, rather than a criminal-justice one, has turned out to be one unmitigated disaster, a disaster that seemingly has no end.

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Antiwar.com

Thankfully someone is out there advocating for peace... and from a libertarian perspective. Even better!

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commondreams.org

In September, 51 percent told the Washington Post/ABC News poll (9/10-12/09) that the war was not "worth fighting"; only 46 percent said it was. So where's the wide-ranging Afghanistan War debate in the media?

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McClatchy News

With 8 years of blood and treasure already spent and his presidency hanging in the balance, President Obama will tell the world how he'll escalate the war in Afghanistan — and how his risky decision will lead to a path home for US forces.

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AP

After months of debate, President Barack Obama will spell out a costly Afghanistan war expansion to a skeptical public Tuesday night, coupling an infusion of as many as 35,000 more troops with a vow that there will be no endless U.S. commitment. His

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Washington Post

From Somalia, Cambodia, East Timor and the Balkans in the 1990s to Iraq today, world powers have at best a mixed record when it comes to establishing functional, stable governments in countries devastated by war. The efforts have been long and costly

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