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US Civilian Contractor Dies in Iraq Rocket Attack
  US Threatens Possible Military Action Over Iraq Rocket Attack
  Bipartisan Senators Bill Would Revoke Iraq AUMFs
Biden Nominee: Some Iran Sanctions Will Remain
  Israeli Environment Minister Claims Iran Is Behind Oil Spill
  Israel Urges UNSC To Censure Iran for Blast on Israeli Ship
Blinken: China Is the 'Biggest Geopolitical Test'
  US Working on Covid Vaccine Strategy in Asia to Counter China
US Bombers Fly Over Baltics in Message to Russia
House Dems Urge Biden to Lift 'Cruel' Cuba Sanctions
US Officials Held First Direct Meeting With Yemen's Houthis
UN: 38 Killed in 'Bloodiest Day' Since Coup Hit Myanmar
item We Need To Talk About Chad: Franco-America's Favorite Hired Gun  by Maj. Danny Sjursen (ret.)
item Stop 'Reassuring' Reckless Clients in the Middle East  by Daniel Larison
item Internal Report: US Threw Away $2.4 Billion in Afghanistan  by Matthew Petti
item American Coups: Biden's First Tests  by Ted Snider
item Biden's Foreign Policy: No Joy in Mudville  by Thomas Knapp
item Biden On the Verge of Making the Same Mistakes as His Predecessors  by Frank Giustra & Andrew Bacevich

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