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NATO Military Buildup Close to Russia ‘Has no Parallel in Cold War History’

NATO’s unprecedented decision to deploy troops and heavy weaponry to Russia’s western border spells the beginning of a “new and potentially more dangerous cold war,” which will lead to increasingly strained relations with Moscow and escalating violence in Ukraine, the National Interest reported.  “Taking this perhaps fateful step …

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US Pressures South Korea to Speak Out Against Dispute in South China Sea

US diplomat Daniel Russel made a remark calling on South Korea to speak up against China’s activities in the South China Sea.  A US diplomat called on South Korea to speak up regarding the dispute in the South China Sea. Assistant Secretary of State Daniel Russel made the remark Wednesday during a seminar on Korea, …

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America’s Willing Helper: Intelligence Scandal Puts Merkel in Tight Place

Germany’s latest spying scandal has created the biggest crisis yet for the country’s foreign intelligence agency. The German government appears to have been aware of widespread US spying, possibly including economic espionage, against European targets and yet it did nothing to stop it. By SPIEGEL Staff  July 14, …

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