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    January 6th, 2017
    Jan06

    January 6th, 2017

    CHINA Christians Severely Beaten by Communist Gangs for Protecting Church from Destruction Stoyan Zaimov, THE CHRISTIAN POST Christians in China’s northern Hebei province were severely beaten by gangs hired by the Communist regime after they tried to protect their church property from being destroyed. China Aid reported on Wednesday that...

    Adapting to the Evolving Strategic Environment – Applying the Lessons of the Global War on Terror to Future Threats
    Jan06

    Adapting to the Evolving Strategic Environment – Applying the Lessons of the Global War on Terror to Future Threats

    Army Spc. Grant Richardson stands guard duty in a tower at Forward Operating Base Hieder in the Ninewa Province town of Rabi’ah, Iraq, on June 30, 2005. Photo taken by Petty Officer 2nd Class Robert M. Schalk, U.S. Navy, accessed via Wikimedia Commons. A career in the US Army in the last fifteen years has mostly centered on the fight...

    USA Today Parrots Kremlin Propaganda on Crimea
    Jan06

    USA Today Parrots Kremlin Propaganda on Crimea

    Hopes are high in Russia that its investment in the US elections will pay off in the removal of economic sanctions and acceptance of Russia’s illegal invasion and annexation of Crimea. Since none of the conditions for waiving sanctions have been met, other methods to sell such an option are being applied …read more Source: Kharkiv...

    Ukrainian Officials Declare Personal Wealth in Transparency Milestone
    Jan06

    Ukrainian Officials Declare Personal Wealth in Transparency Milestone

    Under pressure from the West, some 50,000 Ukrainian officials just publicly declared their personal assets. The staggering wealth has stunned the citizens, but a tradition of disclosure will make for a healthier country. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    The EU Is Thinking About Pre-Trump Sanctions on Russia
    Jan06

    The EU Is Thinking About Pre-Trump Sanctions on Russia

    With the penalties due to expire on Jan. 31, EU governments are likely to prolong the measures for another six months because the main condition set for lifting them — full respect of a pact aimed at ending the Ukrainian war — has yet to be met. Bloomberg: The EU Is Thinking About Pre-Trump Sanctions […] …read more Source: The American...

    European Security: Has Trump Reshuffled the Cards?
    Jan05

    European Security: Has Trump Reshuffled the Cards?

    “I think NATO may be obsolete.” When Donald Trump, the next president of the United States, spoke these words during the campaign, he most likely had only a vague idea of how he would act upon them. But one thing is certain: if he made the statement, it is because he knew it to be a vote-winner. And win he did. Has his election reshuffled the...

    Demographics and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
    Jan05

    Demographics and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

    Summary Advocates of a two-state solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict often argue that demographics loom as an existential threat to Israel’s continued existence as a democracy and a Jewish state. However, the demographics argument presents a false dichotomy because there is no threat to a Jewish majority within Israel’s...

    The Coup Against Truth
    Jan05

    The Coup Against Truth

    Jon Rappoport’s mocking of the US presstitutes is superb: Vladimir Putin is the secret president of the United States.Yep. That’s it. The US is now the USSR. It’s all over. Trump is a Communist who took orders from Putin. Trump is a Red. That was his game all along. He’s a billionaire Commie. Ridicule is effective, and...

    Why Russia, Turkey and Iran are natural allies
    Jan05

    Why Russia, Turkey and Iran are natural allies

    The ceasefire in Syria brokered by Russia, Turkey and Iran has opened the way to peace talks in Kazakhstan between the Syrian government and opposition. The Kazakh president, Nursultan Nazarbayev, will play peacemaker and the timing of the conference will enable participation by the new US administration. However it’s not yet clear how this...

    Ukraine’s Reforms To Reap Economic Reward in 2017
    Jan05

    Ukraine’s Reforms To Reap Economic Reward in 2017

    Three years after Ukraine’s revolution and after significant reform, the country’s economy has stabilized and is ready for growth. Dangers lie ahead, but opportunities are apparent. …read more Source: World Affairs...

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