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Obama: 'Possible' Putin trying to sway vote for Trump

Siouxland Matters - ‎vor 10 Stunden‎
"Anything's possible," Obama responded when asked during an interview whether Russians could be working to influence the contest between Republican nominee Trump and Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
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San Francisco Bay Area

Los Angeles Times - ‎vor 10 Stunden‎
On that 1973 road trip up the north coast, Kier wanted to show Douglas all the sensitive lagoons and ecosystems that could be fouled by development. Douglas wanted to line up an army of soldiers he could count on to ring him up in Sacramento if they ...

On this day: July 27

KRCRTV.COM - ‎vor 8 Stunden‎
During ascent on the day before, the external tank of the space shuttle Discovery shed a piece of foam slightly smaller than the piece that caused the Columbia disaster, but the foam dis not strike the spacecraft as it did with Columbia. ... He would ...

Climate Policy: Where Do We Go from Here?

The Weekly Standard (blog) - ‎vor 5 Stunden‎
Meanwhile, our government's "war on coal" continues and will continue if Hillary Clinton wins the coming election.
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THAAD touches off Cold War concerns

Korea Times - ‎26.07.2016‎
"When the confrontation takes shape, China will embrace North Korea as a buffer zone and strategic asset against the trilateral alliance between the United States, Japan and South Korea.

The Obama Administration Has Brokered More Weapons Sales Than Any Other Administration Since World War II

The Nation. - ‎26.07.2016‎
So here's a question that's puzzled me for years (and I'm something of an arms wonk): Why do other major US exports—from Hollywood movies to Midwestern grain shipments to Boeing airliners—garner regular coverage while trends in weapons exports remain ...
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The Staggering, Semi-Secret, $70 Billion Annual U.S. Global Arms Business

AlterNet - ‎vor 18 Stunden‎
So here's a question that's puzzled me for years (and I'm something of an arms wonk): Why do other major U.S.
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LIVE BLOG Last Updated 1.20pm AEST Democratic Convention 2016 day 2: live coverage

The Australian - ‎vor 22 Stunden‎
When Mr Clinton takes the stage for his 10th address to a Democratic convention, the ex-president, husband and party standard-bearer will step into a singular role in American history: potential first gentleman. It isn't only Hillary Clinton who is ...
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(Kamil Krzaczynski/Reuters)

National Review Online - ‎26.07.2016‎
renegotiating trade deals with China, promoting Jacksonian nationalism rather than ecumenical internationalism, suspending immigration from Middle East war zones (after Trump dropped his call for complete Muslim exclusion), and disparaging an ... If ...

Drakes Estero

Los Angeles Times - ‎26.07.2016‎
In coming weeks, restoration of Drakes Estero will begin, with miles and tons of oyster-harvesting racks removed from the bay.
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All Cards on the Table: First-Use of Nuclear Weapons

War on the Rocks - ‎25.07.2016‎
As a matter of extended deterrence, allies such as Japan and South Korea would like to be assured that the United States will not hesitate to use all means to protect them, given that they have committed to not developing nuclear weapons (per the ...

Nigeria at risk of collapse

Korea Times - ‎26.07.2016‎
With barely controlled rebellions in the north and the south of the country and low oil prices, there is some reason to be concerned that the West African nation of Nigeria is coming unstuck.

Secretary of State Kerry's Press Availability in Vientiane, Laos, July 26, 2016

eNews Park Forest - ‎26.07.2016‎
Needless to say, when there are so many critical issues that are facing all of the countries that are here, including the countries that meet in one forum but not in another, it is a prime opportunity for diplomacy and we have really been able to take ...
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(David Becker/Reuters)

National Review Online - ‎25.07.2016‎
Trump's remarks became even more alarming when he said that, as president, he would condition defending our NATO allies on whether they have met the organization's target of devoting 2 percent of GDP to defense spending.

Morgan Wright: Hackers Have Emails from Hillary Clinton's Server

Breitbart News - ‎25.07.2016‎
The Russians, the Chinese, the North Koreans, the Syrians, all these folks - the reason the Internet is so powerful is because now, the Internet has no concept of distance, so our adversaries can reach out and touch us. ... My thought is that they ...
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How Should the Republican Party Approach China Policy?

Foreign Policy (blog) - ‎22.07.2016‎
To those who say the new Republican Party will be “protectionist,” Trump says that there is a very clear difference between defensive tariffs to shield America from cheaters and the kind of protectionism countries like China engage in. Indeed, it was ...
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Olympic media roundtable: Concerns and thoughts about 2016 Rio Games

Sports Illustrated - ‎24.07.2016‎
Twenty years ago, I went to judo in Atlanta and watched a North Korean teenager upset a Japanese woman who was a huge star.
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A Different Kind of 'Trump Nation' Report 'It's a Trap': What If the Convention Chaos Is All Planned? The Trump Era ...

The Atlantic - ‎23.07.2016‎
Western Kansas, where Deb and I have spent time over the past month, is the heart of Trump Nation in one sense: Trump and the GOP will almost certainly carry this area, and the whole state, this fall. But if you compared the daily texture of economic, ...

Make America Safe Again: Cyber Attacks

SOFREP (press release) (subscription) - ‎23.07.2016‎
We, as a nation, are in danger, both domestically and abroad. Yes, from terrorism, but also from cyber attacks and, in some ways, it's the greater threat.
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Trump Doesn't Understand Cyberwar

The Atlantic - ‎21.07.2016‎
Officials attributed a massive attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment to North Korea, and privately pointed fingers at China for data breaches at the Office of Personnel Management, and at Russia for attempts to get into email systems at the State ...
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