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  • America's Options for the Middle East After Syria

    Seth J. Frantzman Security, Middle East This could become a key point in U.S. foreign policy history—the bookend to George H. W. Bush’s “new world order” where America eschews its role as global hegemon or global policeman. U.S. commanders leading the war on ISIS are trying to extricate troops from Syria in an orderly manner. This is the only orderly thing that seems to be happening in Syria. The Assad regime was rushing to control checkpoints at key locations while Turkey pressed its...

    The National Interest
  • The Dirty, Sexy Secret Of The Berenstain Bears

    Lets knock those smug-ass bears down a peg, shall we?
  • HTGAWM Recap: Dirty Little Secret

    Need to catch up? Read our previous How to Get Away With Murder recap here. If you’re a character on How to Get Away With Murder, chances are frighteningly high that you don’t have a healthy relationship with your parents. Sometimes, it’s just the mom. Other times, it’s just the dad. In most cases, it’s both! [

  • Bet you didn't know about this fashion industry dirty secret

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  • Exploring the old school glamour of America's East coast

    Rhode Island is a favourite haunt of celebrities and Taylor Swift even owns a mansion there. Adam Helliker stayed at the sumptuous Ocean House where the old-money elite spend their time.

    Mail Online
  • The F-35 Is America's 'Jack of All Trades' Stealth Jet, But It Has A 'Secret'.

    David Axe Security, It's not what it seems. Key point: It's different models are really different jets. A few years back, the U.S. Senate confirmed what an Air Force general hinted at in February 2016 — and which should have been obvious for years to close observers of U.S. air power. The Joint Strike Fighter program is not developing one, common warplane for the U.S. Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps and the air arms of America’s closest allies. No, the Joint Strike Fighter is actually three...

    The National Interest
  • Yes, America Probably Has Secret Stealth Drones Around Iran

    David Axe Security, Middle East So much spying. Key point: Drones are easier to use for spying and watching for unusual activity. U.S. forces on deployment to the Middle East include F-15E fighter-bombers, F-22 and F-35 stealth fighters and B-52 bombers, among others. But as tensions escalate between the United States and its allies including Saudi Arabia on one hand, and Iran and Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi rebels on the other hand, it’s worth considering what other American aircraft might be...

    The National Interest