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    It would be a real shame to lose WAB, even after...

    It would be a real shame to lose WAB, even after a couple of days I was really missing reading the comments here. There really is no other place like it on the web, a real gold mine of information,...
  2. U.S. - Brazil Try to Turn Corner at Summit

    Much was made of the handshake between Obama and Raul Castro at this week's Summit of the Americas, but it was the U.S. Brazil relationship that really needed mending after the embarrassing spy...
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    Pakistan, with all of its numerous warring...

    Pakistan, with all of its numerous warring factions it is a tinderbox nobody wants to see ignited. With a population of 185 million plus they are seen by most of the world as too big to fail. In...
  4. Interesting that the Iranian Human Rights group...

    Interesting that the Iranian Human Rights group is based in Norway, one of the most lenient countries in the world. Their hug-a-thug policies include 20 years max prison sentence no matter what you...
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    I'm no pinko commie but U.S. support for the...

    I'm no pinko commie but U.S. support for the Somoza clan in Nicaragua was wrong; these guys were pocketing earthquake relief money, hardly a regime that you want to claim shared values with. Many...
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    If the Republicans push this too far they run the...

    If the Republicans push this too far they run the risk of having one of their own shoot themselves in the foot in the same way. Outside of political circles I don't see the issue making that much of...
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    JAD_333: A couple of things don't wash in your...

    JAD_333: A couple of things don't wash in your post. One, inviting Bibi may not have been discreet, but it's no contradiction with the GOP's love of country.

    It's one thing for elected members of...
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    It's really amazing how the GOP like to wrap...

    It's really amazing how the GOP like to wrap themselves in the American flag, espousing love of country, yet they invite a foreign leader with lots of blood on his hands over here to lecture...
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    Mysterious Drones Over Paris

    These auto-piloted vehicles have become a big game changer in the conduct of war. It looks like someone is casing out sensitive areas of France, like nuclear installations, the Eiffel Tower and the...
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    S2: I miss that act- you know...where one nation...

    S2: I miss that act- you know...where one nation unambiguously says to the other that a state of war now exists between the contesting parties.

    On that I have to say that I agree 100 percent....
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    JAD Bloomberg Article: But putin, “not...

    JAD Bloomberg Article: But putin, “not understanding that he’d already crossed the west’s red line,” and influenced by “top bureaucrats and oligarchs,” decided to stop at crimea, said strelkov. “now...
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    As the tide turns against ISIS forces on the...

    As the tide turns against ISIS forces on the battlefield we are going to see more and more desperate barbaric acts like this being broadcast. We owe it the memory of Muadh al-Kasasbeh and James Foley...
  13. Iran Gen. Mohammad Ali Allahdadi Killed in Israeli Strike

    Since last week's tit for tat exchange between the Israelis and Hezbollah, neither side seems to have the stomach to go another round and are trying to de-escalate. It still begs the question why did...
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    Jihadi bastard he might be, but nice camerawork...

    Jihadi bastard he might be, but nice camerawork on that Mig
  15. Canada's PM Stephen Harper sees Keystone as his...

    Canada's PM Stephen Harper sees Keystone as his legacy as some question whether he will seek another term. Obama's long-standing opposition to Keystone has cast a pall on Harper's relationship with...
  16. Keystone Pipeline Passes Senate 62-36, Obama Expected to Veto.

    This long delayed North American pipeline, which would carry Alberta tar sands oil to refineries in the Gulf of Mexico faces just one more hurdle, president Barrack Obama. Proponents like Canada and...
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    Tantalus: "Does anyone have a run-down on the...

    Tantalus: "Does anyone have a run-down on the extent of domestic Russian opposition to Putin and the scope for real change growing from such a source?"

    Here's a list of Russian political parties....
  18. With all due respect, I'm not sure what Tora Bora...

    With all due respect, I'm not sure what Tora Bora has to do with Obama's visit, I fear this thread has strayed into another hemisphere from the original topic.

    I sincerely hope that in regards to...
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    If Mariupol falls Azov effectively becomes a...

    If Mariupol falls Azov effectively becomes a Russian lake, and we will see yet more displaced people on the move. This is a blatant escalation and at this point the Minsk deal is not worth the paper...
  20. U.S.S.R. style parades aside, Modi has been given...

    U.S.S.R. style parades aside, Modi has been given an unprecedented mandate by his people to govern, at least in recent history. Obama must no doubt be a little bit jealous of Modi's ability to...
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