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NATO’s Nuclear Policy as Part of a Revitalized Deterrence Strategy

Jeffrey Rathke NATO’s strategy for transatlantic security, throughout the Cold War and to the present day, has been based on deterrence of potential adversaries through a mixture of both conventional and nuclear forces. A coherent and effective deterrence and defense policy depends on both aspects, especially at a …

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Israel, Saudi Arabia, Defense And Oil Spent Nearly One Trillion Urging DC For More War In 2015

The defense industry spent $56,272,948 to influence Washington last year, but they weren’t the only ones urging Congress and Obama for more war. The defense industry spent millions lobbying the federal government last year, but they weren’t the only ones urging the country toward more war. Countries like …

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New US Airport in Syria While ISIL Struggles to Pay the Mujahedeen-But Where Are the Syrians?

Following intensive construction work in Rumailan old military airport in Hasakah province in the North East of Syria, including extending its runways, the airport is now ready to be turned into the first US military base on Syrian territories. The base, strategically located in the center on the …

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US Unleashing Deadly Virus in Donbass, Ukraine?

By Stephen Lendman Chemical, biological and radiological warfare is a longstanding US practice, used in direct and proxy wars, Syrians and Yemenis notably affected. On January 22, the Donbass International News Agency (DINA) headlined “Deadly virus leaked from US laboratory – DPR Army and Intelligence,” saying: “More than …

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