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Ksenia Anatolyevna Sobchak, candidate for President of the Russian Federation, running against her fathers' protégé, the invincible Vladimir Putin, made an impressive American debut on February 6, 2018 at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
International Bodies Fail to Understand the Middle East Crisis
Part I Trajectory to Total War
Institutions that defend the world community and protect regional interests have failed to understand the Middle East crisis, failed to recognize the dangers posed by the Zionist expansion, and have subverted their constituencies.
Part II Countering false charges of anti-Semitism and undue attention to the World War II Holocaust
All, directly or indirectly, suffer from Israel's disgraceful use of tragedies that are inflicted upon others to further its interests.
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.
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You do not have to be an insider, a foreign policy expert, or a political pundit to realize that theUnited States, Israel and Saudi Arabia are preparing joint military actions against Iran and Hezbollah.
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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.
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 similar reports.
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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