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Posted: Thursday, May 19, 2016

Egyptair flight MS804: 'Terrorism more likely than technical failure', says Egypt

Is China a House of Cards?
Xi has forcefully dismissed the notion that a House of Cards power struggle has been raging at the rarified heights of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Yet at the same time he's adamant; "conspirators", "careerists", "cabals" and "cliques" are attempting to undermine the CCP from within.

China says it's ready if US 'stirs up any conflict' in South China Sea

Hillary Clinton's Race Problem
Clinton policies have indeed been unconscionably destructive for Black Americans, and other people of color.

Obama considering weapons sales to former enemy, Vietnam
Vietnam has long sought an end to the moratorium. But the request took on a more urgent tone in recent years after its neighbor, China, repeatedly threatened or attacked ships in the disputed waters of the South China Sea and started picking territorial fights with Vietnam, the Philippines and Japan.

The CIA and the 1962 Arrest of Nelson Mandela

Roots of the Conflict: Palestine's Nakba in the Larger Arab 'Catastrophe'

US Increasingly Open About Special Forces in Libya
Troops Seen Backing All Three Putative Governments

Pentagon Warns Iraq Not to Redeploy Troops to Protect Baghdad
Reiterates Warnings After Another Round of Major ISIS Bombings

No, Yemen's Houthis actually aren't Iranian puppets
For years, mounting instability had many predicting the collapse of Yemen. These forecasts became reality in 2014 when years of accumulated tension pushed the country into civil war. On one side is an alliance of the Houthis, a northern movement that has been fighting the government since 2004, and troops and militias loyal to a former president, Ali Abdullah Saleh. On the other side are supporters of the government of President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, who was overthrown by the Houthis in early 2015.

NATO finalises military build-up to counter Russia
NATO foreign ministers were on Thursday finalising the alliance's biggest military build-up since the end of the Cold War to counter what they see as a more aggressive and unpredictable Russia.

The U.S. Army's War Over Russia
Top brass profess to be really worried about Putin. But a growing group of dissenters say they're overreacting to get a bigger share of the defense budget.

America's & NATO's Outrageous Behavior, Greatest Threat that Exists
On May 18th, two top people at NATO, one being its current Secretary General – the very top person – laid out in preliminary form the case for war against Russia, which presumably will be presented in more detail at the NATO Summit to be held in Poland on 8-9 July this year.

North Korea: Love Thy Leader

Washington Lambasting Russia for Doping

Trump Meets 'Genocidal' Kissinger to Develop Foreign Policy

WikiLeaks: Assange Will Stay 'Political Prisoner' Under Clinton:
Julian Assange, the founder of whistleblower website WikiLeaks, will remain a "political prisoner" under a U.S. Hillary Clinton presidency, The Guardian reported hacker and WikiLeaks representative Jacob Appelbaum saying Thursday.

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