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Trump-Putin meeting is so near and yet so far

By M K Bhadrakumar | Indian Punchline | June 27, 2017

A US senior official in Washington told TASS news agency Monday that the White House does not rule out a meeting between President Donald Trump and President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the G20 summit (July 7-8) in Hamburg, but a final decision has not been made.

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How the *other* N-word is used in Israel


A short scene from the Israeli feature film “The Kindergarten Teacher” (2014)

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America Before NATO

These United States joined in WWI NOT as Allies with England, Serbia and France, against Germany, but certainly not as an enemy of Turkey.

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70,000 Tonnes of Hubris

By Craig Murray | June 27, 2017

There is no defensive purpose to an aircraft carrier. Its entire purpose is to move aircraft to a position where they can attack other countries.

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INF Treaty Withdrawal Debated in US: Does Arms Control Have a Chance to Survive?

By Alex GORKA | Strategic Culture Foundation | 26.06.2017

According to POLITICO, the US administration is considering the possibility of withdrawing from the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF Treaty).

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US to keep arming Syria Kurds after Raqqah: Mattis

Press TV – June 27, 2017

Defense Secretary James Mattis says the United States will continue to provide weapons to Kurdish fighters in Syria after the campaign to dislodge Daesh (ISIL) terrorists from Raqqah is over, an announcement that would further infuriate Turkey.

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Whither Japan's democracy?

By Daniel Hurst | Asia Times | June 27, 2017

To some observers, protester Hiroji Yamashiro, 65, has become a symbol of modern Japan’s uneasy attitude towards dissent.

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