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TED CRUZ CHANNELS REAGAN: 'Mr. Putin, Give Back Crimea'


TED CRUZ CHANNELS REAGAN: ‘Mr. Putin, Give Back Crimea’

businessinsider.in ^ | July 30, 2014 | COLIN CAMPBELLPosted on 7/30/2014, 3:14:52 PM by Tailgunner JoeSen. 172 more words

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Here are the Nuclear Devils masquerading as anti-nuclear Angels


The Names and The Games:

Japan`s best friends of Nuclear Industry:

Source: http://savekidsjapan.blogspot.jp/

and: http://independentwho.org/en/2014/02/05/chernobyl-model-fukushima/


US accuses Russia of violating 1987 missile treaty

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration accusation that Russia violated a key nuclear weapons treaty leaves the future of the 26-year-old accord in question and further dampens President Barack Obama’s hopes to burnish his legacy with deeper cuts to nuclear arsenals. 718 more words


'Very Serious Matter': White House Accuses Russia Of Conducting Tests In Violation Of 1987 Nuclear Missile Treaty

WASHINGTON (CBS News/CBSDC/AP) — In an escalation of tensions, the Obama administration accused Russia on Monday of conducting tests in violation of a 1987 nuclear missile treaty, calling the breach “a very serious matter” and going public with allegations that have simmered for some time. 623 more words


Another Provocation from Putin? Russia Tests Ground-Launched Cruise Missile -- Violated 1987 Treaty With U.S.

By Karen DeYoung
The Washington Post

The Obama administration has determined that Russia violated a 1987 treaty on intermediate-range missiles by testing a ground-launched cruise missile, a senior administration official said. 334 more words

The Soviet Union: Fifteen Uneasy Pieces

With all the talk about Vladimir Putin trying to reconstitute the Soviet Union, it is only fitting that this effort to reverse engineer history comes from Russia. 990 more words

Eastern Europe

Neil Hauer: The long, slow fall of a once-reformer

On July 7, Eduard Shevardnadze, former Soviet foreign minister and longtime president of Georgia, passed away. As the right hand of the last Soviet leader, Mikhail Gorbachev, he served as one of the architects of some of the 20th century’s most impactful decisions. 854 more words

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