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  • Europe Is Stuck between the United States and Russia

    Lyle J. Goldstein Security, Eurasia Is America using the Nord Stream-2 Gas Pipeline as a target for its hostility toward Russia? For those monitoring Russia policy, the Democratic Party debates proved something of a welcome relief. After all the ink and airtime devoted to Russia in American media over the last three years, questions related to Russia hardly came up at all. It has indeed been profoundly disturbing for this sometimes “Russia-hand” to watch the total conflation (and yes,...

    The National Interest
  • United States are notan arrogant team, insists manager Jill Ellis ahead of England clash

    Defender Ali Krieger said earlier this month that the strength in depth available to Ellis means that the United States actually have the best team on the planet and also the second best team.

    Mail Online
  • The United States Of Fascism Hysteria

    Authored (Satirically) by CJ Hopkins via The Unz Review, So it’s been an exciting few weeks for Antifa and the rest of the neoliberal Resistance. OK, they haven’t yet managed to overthrow the Putin-Nazi occupation government (hereinafter “POG”), but they’ve definitely got “the Fash” on the run. “Fascism” hysteria is spreading like wildfire. Liberal Twitter mobs are out for blood. At this point, it’s only a matter of time until the sleeping giant of normality awakens and purges America of the...

    Zero Hedge
  • Has socialism already failed in the United States?

    Has socialism already failed in United States? (First column, 14th story, link) Related stories:Anxious Dem Govs Urge 2020 Field Not To Veer Left

    TheHill
  • United States v. Jeffrey Epstein

    The financier, long accused of sexually assaulting underage girls, has been shielded from federal charges for decades. Now, in the #MeToo era, a new indictment has revived the case.

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  • Could the United States and China be Rivalry Partners?

    Graham Allison Security, Asia In the long sweep of history, when a rising power threatens to displace a ruling power, alarm bells should sound: extreme danger ahead. The strategic rationale for the relationship between the United States and China has collapsed. After a quarter century in which American presidents sought to integrate a rapidly developing China into the American-led international order, the United States has concluded that what it thought was a “strategic partner” is in fact a...

    The National Interest
  • Is the United States Ready for a Tech War?

    Daniel Gerstein Security, Americas The Trump administration should develop technology priorities, and technologies considered vital to U.S. economic and national security should receive investments to stimulate advances and promote American leadership. A global “technology war” that will likely shape U.S. economic and national security well into the twenty-first century is emerging. Many technologies have become the focus of this war, with winners and losers are already beginning to emerge. At...

    The National Interest