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Strategic Failure: Congressional Strategic Posture Commission Report

May 6, 2009
By Ivan Oelrich and Hans M. Kristensen
FAS Strategic Security Blog

It is not in the Congressional Strategic Posture Commission reportpublished today that the President should look for new ideas on how to reduce the role of nuclear weapons and lead the world toward nuclear ...

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Lebanon in Advance of Elections

May 6, 2009
by Amir Kulick
INSS Insight No. 104,

From its inception, Lebanon has been a mosaic of diverse communities: Sunnis, Shiites, Christians (with all their sects), Druze, and Alawites. The ability of these groups to exist as a state in the area between Jebel Amal in the south and Tripoli ...

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Clinton Says Ideology 'So Yesterday' -- Marxists Disagree

Clinton Says Ideology 'So Yesterday' -- Marxists Disagree

May 6, 2009

International News Analysis Today
By Toby Westerman

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently declared that "...ideology...is so yesterday."Several days after Clinton made her statement, the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, publically described himself as a ...

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'Al-Hayat' Interview With U.S. Ambassador To The U.N. Susan Rice

May 5, 2009
Memri.org
Special Dispatch
No. 2339
In an interview with the London daily Al-Hayat, published May 1, 2009, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Dr. Susan Rice answered questions regarding the Obama administration's positions on Palestine, Lebanon, Iran, and Sudan.  Following are excerpts from ...

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The Geopolitics of Pandemics

May 5, 2009
by George Friedman
Stratfor.com

Word began to flow out of Mexico the weekend before last of well over 150 deaths suspected to have been caused by a new strain of influenza commonly referred to as swine flu. Scientists who examined the flu announced that this was a new strain of ...

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Playing politics with national security

April 30, 2009
By: Bob Steinburg
A Conservative's Viewpoint

 There are those abroad who hate or resent America. The reasons are varied but generally it evolves around the disparity of national wealth, prosperity and influence we have over the rest of the world.  America continues to be a ...

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Somali Government Condemns Insurgent Moves to Annex Parts of Kenya

April 28, 2009
By Peter Clottey
Washington, D.C
Voice of America
The new Somali government has sharply condemned threats of fresh attacks on neighboring Kenya by hard-line Islamic insurgent group al-Shabab. The group, which has refused to recognize President Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed's ...

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The Obama Doctrine And Global Tyranny

The Obama Doctrine And Global Tyranny

April 20, 2009
By Toby Westerman
International News Analysis Today

Enduring the rants of a petty tyrant for almost an hour and giving the "brotherhood" handshake to a Marxist dictator bent on destroying the United States have jointed the presidential bow before an Islamic monarch as expressions ...

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The Annual Arab Summit Meeting: A Show of No Unity

April 7, 2009
Brom, Shlomo
INSS Insight No. 99.

On March 30, 2009, at the end of a fruitless day of discussions in Doha, Qatar, the annual Arab summit, normally attended every year by all members of the Arab League, came to a close. The summit ended earlier than planned because of the ...

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