Author: Robert Farley

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Tuesday NatSec Roundup

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On November 17, 2020
Well, then it isn’t one to you, since nothing is really good or bad in itself—it’s all what a person thinks about it. And to me, Denmark is a prison.  A grim tale of late Soviet arms exports… Big spy thing with Denmark. Lots going on here, including under the table collaboration between spy services and […]
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Wednesday NatSec Roundup

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On November 11, 2020
Move him into the sun –Gently its touch awoke him once,At home, whispering of fields unsown.Always it woke him, even in France,Until this morning and this snow.If anything might rouse him nowThe kind old sun will know … It’s looking like Armenia got badly mauled over the last six weeks, with the result that Azerbaijan […]

Coping

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On November 5, 2020

I appreciate that there are reasons to be optimistic, but at the same time I cannot help but feel like we’re living in some horrific mashup of 2016 (shocking defeat) and 2000 (long-drawn out ago

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Connery RIP

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On October 31, 2020
My Sean Connery isn’t James Bond; it’s three films between 1987 and 1990, in which he demonstrated the utter mastery of the Abbe Faria role, the older warrior who introduces a younger man to the ways of the world. Malone is the most literal interpretation of Faria; explaining Chicago to Eliot Ness before being sacrificed […]
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