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The Pentagon’s Battle Space Is Expanding
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The Pentagon’s Battle Space Is Expanding
June 9, 2020

It is difficult to believe that this is what is wanted by the American people who desire only to live in tranquillity, Brian Cloughley writes.

Trump’s War on Arms Control and Disarmament
May 28, 2020

A successor to the Trump administration will have to rebuild the credibility of the Department of Justice and the effectiveness of such regulatory agencies as the Environmental Protection Agency and the Consumer Finance Protection Agency. 

Trump’s War on Arms Control and Disarmament
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Army May Have Hosted Largest Gathering During Pandemic
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Army May Have Hosted Largest Gathering During Pandemic
April 30, 2020

The Pentagon “failed to adequately respond” to the COVID-19 pandemic, charged ten Democratic lawmakers in a letter sent to the Pentagon Monday. The lawmakers say “lack of clear guidance” from Defense Secretary Mark Esper has put service members at risk because there has not been a clear coronavirus policy across the Defense Department.

How the UK is Violating International and Domestic Law
February 11, 2020

While illegally spying on its own citizens, collecting massive amounts of data on them, the British government has also arbitrarily detained and tortured those that risked their lives and liberties to expose the practice.

How the UK is Violating International and Domestic Law
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The Kerfuffle War – Trump’s Iran De-escalation Succeeds
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The Kerfuffle War – Trump’s Iran De-escalation Succeeds
January 9, 2020

De-escalation requires that both parties save face, and can come away with tangible minor victories and agree that the real underlying dispute is resolved in the future.

So 14,000 Troops To The Middle East ‘Fake News’? Not So Fast
December 10, 2019

Nevertheless, Esper may still propose to the White House sending a smaller number of troops and or other military assets to the Persian Gulf, forcing Trump to make a decision he would probably rather avoid.

So 14,000 Troops To The Middle East ‘Fake News’? Not So Fast
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Secretary of Defense, Incorporated
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Secretary of Defense, Incorporated
October 9, 2019

I predict more deals and more taxpayer billions for Raytheon with Esper at the Defense helm. Esper’s in good company in Washington’s military-industrial swamp.

Bolton’s Firing Opens a New Potential for a Russia-China-USA Alliance
September 17, 2019

With President Trump’s long overdue firing of John Bolton on September 10th, a window into the battle between neocon zombies infesting the White House and Donald Trump was made visible once more.

Bolton’s Firing Opens a New Potential for a Russia-China-USA Alliance
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