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Trump’s Win Wasn’t Ideological. It Was Brilliant

CNN explained well “5 surprising lessons from Trump’s astonishing win”, and the historic crushing failure of traditional Presidential-year American politics, but it really boils down to one simple fact: In the battleground states, where most of the advertising dollars and get-out-the-vote money was being spent, the Trump organization made use …

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NGOs Supporting America’s Imperial Ruthlessness in Syria

NGOs listed below support US-led imperial ruthlessness to topple Assad and destroy Syrian sovereign independence. by Stephen Lendman How else to explain their disgraceful joint statement, wanting Russia’s membership on the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) ended when its term expires at yearend. On October 28, General Assembly members …

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Trump Needs Foreign Policy

Donald Trump has excited many voters with his challenge to the status quo. For Americans increasingly accustomed to—and frustrated by—their leaders’ politically-correct and clichéd foreign policy declarations, he appeared both courageous and pragmatic, especially in comparison with Hillary Clinton’s ritualistic repetition of establishment dogmas. Yet Trump has also …

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