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    The Hawkish Cult of “Leadership”
    Feb17

    The Hawkish Cult of “Leadership”

    Sens. Ben Sasse (R-Nebraska) and Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) repeated some boilerplate hawkish nostrums on foreign policy in a recent op-ed. They concluded: We say this delicately, as we work hard to respect the office of the presidency, but our allies everywhere are baffled. We asked one head of state, What single lesson would you like us to report back...

    Obama under fire for lack of leadership over Syria
    Feb17

    Obama under fire for lack of leadership over Syria

    WASHINGTON: The United States is coming under increasingly bitter criticism for its perceived lack of leadership over Syria as the country’s brutal civil conflict heads toward new levels of intensity. Washington appears unable or unwilling to prevent its ally Turkey from bombing Kurdish fighters inside Syria, its critics say. And it has...

    Kazakh Khanate Series Shows World Historic Period before Independent Kazakhstan
    Feb17

    Kazakh Khanate Series Shows World Historic Period before Independent Kazakhstan

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – Inspired by popular television series like “Game of Thrones,” “Genghis Khan” and “Magnificent Century” with thought-provoking screenplays, battle scenes and palace intrigue, the makers of “Kazakh Khanate” are eager to tell the world there were ancient...

    Ukraine’s government survives no-confidence vote
    Feb17

    Ukraine’s government survives no-confidence vote

    Ukraine’s Western-backed government has survived a no-confidence vote at the country’s parliament. …read more Source:...

    Re-electing Mme. Lagarde: Bad for the US and the World
    Feb17

    Re-electing Mme. Lagarde: Bad for the US and the World

    An election with only one candidate? Sounds like a stitch-up. But with nominations just closed, the one candidate in the forthcoming poll, Madame Lagarde, will be re-elected as Managing Director of the IMF regardless. To many, this may seem unremarkable. Mme Lagarde is stylish, engaging, and a welcome breath of fresh feminine air among...

    Ukraine’s Government Survives No-confidence Vote
    Feb17

    Ukraine’s Government Survives No-confidence Vote

    MOSCOW—The government of Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk survived a no-confidence vote on Tuesday though a majority of lawmakers harshly criticized its work. The vote reflected simmering political tensions amid Ukraine’s economic troubles that have eroded public support for Yatsenyuk’s Cabinet. The failure to pass the...

    Ukrainian government survives non-confidence vote
    Feb17

    Ukrainian government survives non-confidence vote

    Ukraine’s parliament on Tuesday failed to pass a non-confidence bill against the government led by Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk, the parliament’s press service said. …read more Source: Global...

    How Trump Bought the Conservative Movement
    Feb17

    How Trump Bought the Conservative Movement

    It has become increasingly clear that the “self-funded” candidate in the Republican presidential primary, Donald J. Trump, will destroy the GOP’s chances to win in November if he is not the nominee. Leftist groups are ecstatic over Trump’s “Bush lied, people died,” mantra over the Iraq war. Internet trolls for Vladimir Putin are...

    3 killed, 8 wounded in intensified violence in E.Ukraine
    Feb17

    3 killed, 8 wounded in intensified violence in E.Ukraine

    At least three people were killed and eight others wounded in eastern Ukraine in the past day amid escalation of violence, reports from the conflicting parties showed Tuesday. …read more Source: Global...

    Fierce fighting rages in Kiev
    Feb17

    Fierce fighting rages in Kiev

    KIEV: Seven Ukrainian servicemen have been killed and six wounded in fighting with pro-Russian separatists in the past 24 hours, the Ukrainian military said on Tuesday, reporting the highest daily casualty toll since mid-November. A year-old… …read more Source: The News...