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The Real World Order

The Real World Order

August 18, 2008
By George Friedman
Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report
On Sept. 11, 1990, U.S. President George H. W. Bush addressed Congress. He spoke in the wake of the end of Communism in Eastern Europe, the weakening of the Soviet Union, and the invasion of Kuwait by Saddam Hussein.

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Russia Wants to Annex Half of Ukraine

Russia Wants  to Annex Half of Ukraine

Could Ukraine Become Russia's Next Target?
By Peter Fedynsky
Moscow
Voice of America
15 August 2008
The former Soviet republics of Georgia and Ukraine are allies engaged in similar attempts to establish democratic rule, to join NATO and realign themselves with the West, much to the displeasure ...

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Russia: A Threat to Regional Security, a Threat to Global Security?

Russia: A Threat to Regional Security, a Threat to Global Security?
August 15, 2008
The Heritage Foundation
 Russia has not only invaded its small neighbor to the South, Georgia, threatening its independence and sovereignty, it has also bombed the Baku-Tblisi-Ceyhan pipeline, which is the only means of exporting Central Asian energy. And this isn't its only move. ...

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As the Russians Plunder, Rape, and Burn for The Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline

As the Russians Plunder, Rape, and Burn for The Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline
August 14, 2008
The old pattern of the Red Army has raised its ugly head for the world to see. The Russian Empire has moved forward.  Russian Memories: KGB,   Russian Empire,    Russian Federation, Mother Russia
And they are moving to control OIL by capturing the The Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline
...

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The Russo-Georgian War and the Balance of Power

The Russo-Georgian War and the Balance of PowerAugust 12, 2008
By George Friedman
Stratfor Geopolitical Intelligence Report

The Russian invasion of Georgia has not changed the balance of power in Eurasia. It simply announced that the balance of power had already shifted.

The United States has been absorbed in its wars in Iraq and ...

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Subtly and determinedly, Syria is taking over Lebanon


Jonathan Spyer
The Jerusalem Post
August 7, 2008
Lebanese President Michel Suleiman is to visit Syria next week, to discuss the opening of diplomatic relations between the countries, a Lebanese official told reporters this week. French President Nicolas Sarkozy last month hailed President ...

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Beijing: Berlin or Munich?


August 07, 2008
By Kathy Shaidle
FrontPageMagazine.com 
As President Bush prepares to head to Beijing for the Olympics, he is balancing reprimand with praise. Even while warning the Chinese government about its oppression of its own people, Bush applauds its economic liberalization, revealing the ...

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Uncontrolled ISI

Uncontrolled ISI
August 3, 2008
Dani Reshef

It is almost six and a half years since Afghanistan was taken over from the Taliban and a new, supposedly Democratic regime, was formed supported by the richest and strongest economy of the world. Despite all the efforts the situation in Afghanistan is worse anddeteriorating ...

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Prophets and Losses

August 3, 2008
Barry Rubin
Strike One. September 6, 2007. Israel bombs and destroys Syrian nuclear facility. Syria is powerless to retaliate.
Strike Two: February 12, 2008. Hizballah operations' chief and terrorist mastermind Imad Mugniyah assassinated in a secure area of Syria's capital, ...

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