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A careful and complete examination of Keynes' investment multiplier and the contradictions concerning it is required. If analysts cannot refute the presented arguments, then the "multiplier's" significance may have to be re-evaluated.
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In attempting to bring peace and stability to the
world's regions, the United States and its allies
have proceeded from one premise - first wage war.
After survivors clear the battlefields, peace and
stability remain fragile. Perpetual war has become inevitable.
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Is Russia a Threat to World Peace?
A three-part article describes Russia's role
in the cruel world.
Part I - Russia and the United States'
Despite statements from U.S. intelligence, considering
what has been disclosed until July 2017, Russian meddling
in the U.S. 2016 presidential election has been greatly
exaggerated, and even less than what would be expected.
Part II-Is Putin's government silencing critics?
Unsubstantiated rumors and false information in many reports
on deaths of Russian dissidents reduce credibility of their link
to Putin's administrations and create doubts to the veracity of
Part III-Is Russia a Threat to World Peace?
No matter what Putin's Russia does, it will be viewed as a cold, icy, and heartless lump of land that preys on its neighbors and causes misery to their world. Apply a little warmth, defrost the ice and Russia has another appearance.
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ple, and they will stop fight
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From Pyongyang to Kabul, Damascus, Sana'a, on to Tripoli and in scattered parts of Asia and Africa, U.S.policies for containing violence have been counterproductive and intensified conflicts.
Corporate tax antagonists have chased the wrong rate. Rather than assuming lower rates mean higher GDP, they should determine the optimum, a rate that most benefits the entire economy.
ART OF THE DEAL - Resolving the Syrian Conflict
Assuredly, there is a deal and a revised scenario for finally resolving the Syrian conflict and bringing peace to the Syrian people.
Image shows expanded Jewish settlement in West Bank overlooking Arab village, which is not allowed to expand.
Present diplomatic arrangements are incongruous with composition of the state of Israel.
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It is clear that President Putin's Russia has, except for Syria, only interfered
in conflicts that involve the rights and privileges
of Russians in neighboring countries.
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