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Deja Vu All Over AgainThe Last Emirate StandingThe Cold War Is Really Over Now
Delusions Of PowerMutually Assured PeaceThe Short, Nasty War In Libya
A War Like No OtherChina Takes An Expensive HitExplosive Career Opportunities In Afghanistan
Chinese Engines Miss The Finish LineDesertion Defeated Punked By Paper
The Kashmir Campaign CollapsesChinese Border Expansion FailsIran Defeats The Hackers
Killing For KarachiCollective Calamity In ColombiaThe Pakistani Paradox
The Battle For The Pir Panjal PassesF-16s Threaten KonigsbergThings Chinese Soldiers Are Not Allowed To Do
The Great PretendersNot The PhilippinesPirates Fought The Law, And The Law Lost
The Taliban Seek EfficiencyBin Laden And The Forgotten VictoriesGood Riddance And Good Remittances
The Next Vietnam WarThe Lasting Lure Of LootRadicals Reversed By Reality
Israel Markets UAVs To MoslemsYeah, That's The TicketWhy Russia Opposes Arab Rebels
Afghan Taliban Seek SalvationThe Taliban Strike BackIndia Finds The Ways
Al Qaeda Cries BanzaiHow Israel Did ItIndia And The Corrupt Commodore
Kashmir CalamityPakistani Taliban Singing The BluesHiding From The Enemy And Blowing Holes In Roads Doesn't Work
The Ancient Search For Victory In Afghanistan Top Military Developments Of 2010
 

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