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Book Review: Paying the price for aid

Three themes undergird the author’s exhaustive narrative of the politics around foreign aid in India between 1950 and 1975, during the early years of the Cold War — the people who made key decisions; the domestic context and, finally, the geopolitical incentives that shaped donor responses. 895 more words

India

Wait Till China Has Developed Capabilities to Attack US Homeland!

Washington Free Beacon’s article “China Rapidly Building Advanced Arms for Use Against U.S.” shows that the US is scared by China’s rapid military modernization, but the writer of the article knows well that so far China has only been developing weapons to resist US attack at Chinese homeland. 1,397 more words

This ain't a scene, it's an A.I. arms race!

Yesterday Google gave a demonstration of just how far their artificial intelligence technology has advanced. CEO Sundar Pichi played phone call recordings of two situations that we, as humans, find ourselves in quite often. 247 more words

Digital Marketing

Systematic News Suppression in Today’s U.S.

by Eric Zuesse

Ray McGovern was a CIA analyst from 1963 to 1990, and in the 1980s chaired the National Intelligence Estimates and prepared the President’s Daily Brief. 1,415 more words

Hatchet Fish: An Evolutionary Race Against Time and Predators

As long as there have been predators, there have been prey developing mechanisms to avoid them. Whether through the development of offensive strategies or through concealment, prey have adapted countermeasures to avoid predation. 315 more words

Fish

The Korean Peace Summit and what it represents

The relation between North and South Korea to say the least has been hostile since the Korean War (1950-1953) where South Korea was backed up by the United States and North Korea by the Soviet Union. 947 more words

Security