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by | Dec 11, 2017

Apparently, Christopher Steele — the former SIS (MI6) officer and author (in part) of the salacious dossier on Donald Trump — is in hiding somewhere. The only people who know where that is are Britain’s SIS (MI6) and Security Service…

by | Oct 10, 2013

Among the happiest people in Venezuela after President Maduroexpelled the U.S. Chargé d’Affaires and two other diplomats was Henrique Capriles, the principal opponent in the presidential election last April. The White House had put out public “feelers” toward improving relations just…

by | Oct 3, 2013

Why are the Russians so steadfast in their support of the al Assad regime? The same question can be asked about their relationship, through thick and thin, with the Iranian regime. There most likely is no single answer in either…

by | Sep 30, 2013

Iran has invested in the development of its nuclear program for over forty years. Since the beginning of its Bushire project — during the Shah’s era — Tehran has insisted it has had nothing on its mind but peaceful use…

by | Sep 20, 2013

While most of the attention on immigration matters has focused on illegal border crossing by Hispanics, 2011 and 2013 have shown a marked increase in Indian nationals arriving undocumented from South Asia. No explanation has been put forth as to…

by | Sep 17, 2013

There are many peculiar aspects in the foreign correspondent business, but one of the most recent is the arrival of the attractive, youngish females who have graduate degrees — and perhaps some sort of private income — as local experts…

by | Sep 4, 2013

Advice pours into the White House and the Pentagon daily on how to avoid a broad commitment in the Syrian civil war. At the same time this advice generally aims at arming select rebel groups that are not connected with…

by | Aug 27, 2013

Something odd is going on with United States foreign and defense policy. To begin with it is obvious that the political leverage of the U.S. with Egypt is embarrassingly weak – perhaps even non-existent. The reigning commander of Egyptian military…

by | Aug 20, 2013

Vladimir Putin has a big problem and it has nothing to do with Syria, Iran, missile defense or even completing the Olympic facilities on time. He has been insulted personally and publicly by the president of the United States. According…

by | Aug 15, 2013

Usually there are only twelve men in a patrol. It depends. When possible, there are three more. These extra guys are what the Army calls “redundant.” I don’t think it’s the correct word in ordinary English, but in Army lingo…

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