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Blurred Lines : Policing militarily

Before I begin, a disclaimer: I am against the way policing is being practiced, but I am not anti-police. I am against war, but I am not anti-soldier. 1,565 more words

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Russia could protect interests in Arctic via military means – defense minister

It seems that Putin’s agenda in the Arctic is changing rapidly. Not long ago, there was no militarization underway, he assured. Today, military means in the Russian Arctic are more than just an option. 332 more words

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Russian Northern Fleet's antisubmarine aviation conducts drills in Arctic

From TASS

Kamov Ka-27 helicopter crews trained their skills of submarine surveillance, and the crews of Ilyushin Il-38 warplanes used bombs, torpedoes and mines.

Over 800 military servicemen took part in the drills of antisubmarine aviation of the Russian Northern Fleet in the White and Barents seas, head of the fleet’s press service Vadim Serga said Thursday. 36 more words

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New threats to Russian security emerge in Arctic — defense minister

From TASS

A wide range of threats and challenges to Russia’s security is emerging lately in the country’s Arctic zone, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu told the ministry’s board meeting on Wednesday. 170 more words

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Three Pantsir-S missile systems on test in Russia's Arctic

From TASS

The modification of the missile system allows operating in condition of extremely low temperatures reaching 50 degrees Celcius below zero.

Three Russian Pantsir-S surface-to-air missile sytems are currently being tested in the Arctic, the vice chief of the KBP Instrument Design Bureau Yuri Savenkov said Tuesday. 36 more words

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Web Article: Honduras: the Failings of Neoliberalism: Militarization and the Failed State by GREG McCAIN

Robando is Spanish for stealing. “Juan Robando” is the not-at-all-affectionate moniker given to the President of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernandez (JOH). January 27th marks the end of the first year of his presidency. 120 more words

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Look Up People. Look Up!

Have you ever spent a huge amount of time looking at the screen of a computer, tablet, or phone? Well in the spoken word “Look up” Gary Turk talks about how these inventions can take things away from us in life. 1,074 more words

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