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About Those Missiles…

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In Robert Farley
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On December 1, 2010
One of the more interesting cables revealed by Wikileaks involved a meeting between Russian and US diplomats that touched on the question of Iran-North Korea collaboration. One of the key charges made by the Americans was that a number of BM-25 ballistic missiles had been shipped, in various states of construction, from North Korea to […]

Annexation

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On November 4, 2010

In light of growing disquiet about Chinese intentions and capabilities in the Pacific among US security types, it’s worth taking note of this fairly alarmist Russian analysis: This brings [Aleks

On Post-War Settlements

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In Robert Farley
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On October 9, 2010
Quiggin on the end of the Great War: Despite the emergence of the ever-present nuclear menace, 1945 marked the low point of the 20th century in many ways. At least on the Western side, the peace settlement was far less draconian, and far more successful, than that of 1919. And, for several decades after the […]
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Nice slideshow of the 65th anniversary celebration of the end of the Great Patriotic War. Love the T-34s: But especially dig Medvedev’s handshake with Death: You can pass 70-630 and 70-542 within days using latest 70-448 and other resources of 70-620 certifications; you can get a wonderful booklet for 1Y0-A16. Share
Thiessen explains why the Smolensk crash sucks for Poland, but REALLY sucks for America: This weekend, in that same forest, much of Poland’s 21st century intelligentsia was wiped out as well—particularly, its pro-American, conservative intelligentsia, those who stood up to Russia, reached out to Ukraine and Georgia, and looked to the United States and NATO […]
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