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    10 best books about how the Plains Indians adapted their mode of warfare
    Apr03

    10 best books about how the Plains Indians adapted their mode of warfare

    By Lance R. Blyth Best Defense bureau of Indian affairs We typically think of the Plains Indian warrior mounted, usually on a painted pinto pony, wearing a breech-clout, long flowing feathered bonnet, and little else, with a bow and arrow or decorated Winchester in his hand, conducting a lightening raid, riding off, yipping, over the horizon; the...

    Russia’s role in Ukraine seen shifting to training rebels
    Apr03

    Russia’s role in Ukraine seen shifting to training rebels

    They may wear camouflage, but the Russians’ presence in eastern Ukraine is hardly invisible. …read more Source: Global...

    Ukrainian Pilot In Russian Custody Starts Eating ‘To Survive Until Trial’
    Apr03

    Ukrainian Pilot In Russian Custody Starts Eating ‘To Survive Until Trial’

    Ukrainian military pilot Nadia Savchenko, who has been on hunger strike to protest being held in a Russian jail, has reportedly resumed eating small amounts of food. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Iranian Negotiations – Common Sense Perspective from the American Heartland
    Apr03

    Iranian Negotiations – Common Sense Perspective from the American Heartland

    With the announcement of the framework for a nuclear deal with Iran the debate here in the United States on the advantages and disadvantages of a deal can begin in earnest. Posturing politicians at both ends of the political spectrum, seeking advantage in the 2016 election season, will pander to partisan constituencies and deep-pocket donors. But...

    Moscow Condemns ‘Anti-Russian Campaign’ In U.S.
    Apr03

    Moscow Condemns ‘Anti-Russian Campaign’ In U.S.

    MOSCOW, April 3 (Reuters) – Russia expressed outrage on Friday over a “frenzied anti-Russian campaign” by U.S. media and political analysts, stepping up a war of words that has intensified during the Ukraine crisis. Ties between Moscow and Washington have sunk to their lowest level since the Cold War over the crisis in Ukraine,...

    Russian Military Forces Shift From Fighting Alongside Ukraine Rebels To Training Them
    Apr03

    Russian Military Forces Shift From Fighting Alongside Ukraine Rebels To Training Them

    On a recent spring morning, an important visitor watched Russian-backed rebels conduct infantry maneuvers on the sunlit training grounds outside this town in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Ukrainian Diaspora in Canada and...

    Local Volunteer Groups Lead Effort To Help Ukraine’s Displaced Citizens
    Apr03

    Local Volunteer Groups Lead Effort To Help Ukraine’s Displaced Citizens

    The conflict in Ukraine might have slipped from the headlines recently, but there is still scattered fighting there, despite an official cease-fire. …read more Source: Ukrainian Diaspora in Canada and...

    Russia’s role in Ukraine seen shifting to training rebels
    Apr03

    Russia’s role in Ukraine seen shifting to training rebels

    YENAKIEYEVE, Ukraine (AP) — On a recent spring morning, an important visitor watched Russian-backed rebels conduct infantry maneuvers on the sunlit training grounds outside this town in eastern Ukraine. “The general is very pleased,” rebel battalion commander Ostap Cherny told his troops, referring to the figure in camouflage...

    Silencing of Crimean Tatar TV sparks outcry from rights bodies, Ukraine, Turkey
    Apr03

    Silencing of Crimean Tatar TV sparks outcry from rights bodies, Ukraine, Turkey

    By Richard Balmforth and Pavel Polityuk KIEV (Reuters) – The silencing of a TV station for the Tatar people in Crimea, annexed by Russia… …read more Source:...

    FP’s Situation Report: Iran and world powers agree to a tentative nuclear deal; Middle East nations now worry about the rise of Tehran; Al-Shabab massacres students in Kenya; and much more from around the world.
    Apr03

    FP’s Situation Report: Iran and world powers agree to a tentative nuclear deal; Middle East nations now worry about the rise of Tehran; Al-Shabab massacres students in Kenya; and much more from around the world.

    By David Francis with Sabine Muscat Iran and the P5+1 allies strike a tentative nuclear deal. Each side made deep concessions to reach an accord. Now, the United States and Iran appear ready to set aside years of mistrust in an attempt to resolve their differences through diplomacy. FP’s Colum Lynch and John Hudson: “In Washington, U.S....