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WikiLeaks, Ukraine And NATO
Is the Russian occupation of the Crimea a case of aggressive expansionism by Moscow or aimed at blocking a scheme by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to roll right up to the Russia's...
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The Decline of the American War Hawk
Citing polling data that shows a majority of Americans want the U.S. to be less engaged in world affairs, believe our influence on those affairs is declining, and feel we're doing too much to help...
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Hillary, Hitler & Cold War II
In assessing the motives and actions of Vladimir Putin, Hillary Clinton compared them to Adolf Hitler’s. Almost always a mistake. After 12 years in power, Hitler was dead, having slaughtered millions...
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Putin has a genuine interest in protecting Russia...
OWL’S HEAD, Maine — Was it only a couple of weeks ago the Sochi Olympics were wrapped up? $50 billion, and unless you won a medal, the only thing anyone will remember about the event is that it took...
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Evaluating Republican presidents
TEACHER EVALUATIONS Use data wisely How about using VAM scores as a tool to match teaching styles to learning styles rather than to punitively evaluate teachers? If one student in a classroom...
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Phoenix Attorneys Will Monitor Ukrainian Elections
James Huntwork poses next his election observer credentials from the the first time he monitored an election in Ukraine. Two Phoenix attorneys will travel to Ukraine in May to monitor upcoming...
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'The Gobarchop Woman - Liberia's Marketers Power ...
Monrovia — It is a sunny Friday afternoon the eve of International Women's Day, Miatta Jackson, 43 and other local business women in Monrovia's commercial district of Duala are busy running behind...
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Alan Philps: Savage history of Russia and Crimea
Russians have never reconciled themselves to the loss of a territory so intimately entwined with their history, says Alan Philps With its strategic position dominating the Black Sea and its unstable...
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Baltic states jittery over 'unpredictable' Russia...
... - Standing in the shadow of a massive, grey former KGB building in a busy Vilnius street, Lithuanian pensioner Rimantas Gucas worries history could repeat itself if the West fails to stop...
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Pope Francis' 1st year: Not yet a revolution, but...
His church was struggling most visibly with a child sex-abuse crisis, but there were other problems, such as how to deal with the modern realities of marriage, divorce and contraception. The Vatican...
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Corriere della Sera
Why Russia can't afford another cold war
Why Russia can't afford another cold war Russian troops pour over a border. An autocratic Russian leader blames the United States and unspecified "radicals and nationalists" for meddling. A puppet...
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EU’s economic flaws mask its real value
Soldiers tend to be young men full of testosterone and bluster. The inexperienced ones can be trigger-happy. On Tuesday, the BBC showed a video of a tense standoff in Crimea, near the Belbek air base,...
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Billionairess who paid £500,000 for Charles' 65th...
Billionairess who splashed out £500,000 for Prince Charles' 65th birthday party faces £350million fraud probe Priya Hiranandani-Vandrevala sat next to him at Buckingham Palace party She and her...
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Gandhians after Gandhi
Last week, the great pioneering environmentalist, Chandi Prasad Bhatt, was given the Gandhi peace prize, awarded annually by the government of India. I should perhaps have said technically awarded...
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United Progressive Alliance
The Ukraine crisis is not as simple as the US and...
Those of a certain age will remember Nikita Khrushchev, First Secretary of the Communist Party – the Russian equivalent of President – taking off his shoe during a debate at the United Nations in New...
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Secrets of Budapest's grand hotels
There is no one hotel that serves as the model for the splendid establishment in which much of the action takes place in Wes Anderson’s highly acclaimed new film, The Grand Budapest Hotel. Nor is...
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The Grand Budapest Hotel
Ukraine crisis talks in EU but Vladimir Putin get...
Bullish Vladimir Putin escaped with a slap on the wrist after squabbling European chiefs failed to impose tough sanctions on Russia for its aggression in Ukraine. It came as defiant Arseniy...
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Vladimir Putin nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
Vladimir Putin has been nominated for the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize. Yes, that Vladimir Putin. The Russian president’s name is one of a record number put forward — with 278 candidates, including 47...
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U.S. National Security Agency
Putin gives the world half a peace sign
Russian President Vladimir Putin has held up his hand, clenched his fist and given "half a peace sign" to the Ukraine, Europe and especially to President Barack Obama. And so the debate has begun: Is...
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