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Teaching Boris Johnson Three Dates of Destiny
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Teaching Boris Johnson Three Dates of Destiny
October 4, 2019

The Brits cannot even supply aircraft to fly on their new aircraft carrier and have to be bailed out with trouble-plagued F-35s from the US.

The America of Trump’s Father: an Aspirational Fascism Reigned in New York
October 2, 2019

One might have been confused about America’s actual loyalties during the brewing years of World War II if they happened to live in the greater New York City region, Wayne Madsen writes.

The America of Trump’s Father: an Aspirational Fascism Reigned in New York
History
Misrepresentations of American & Soviet Roles in WWII and the Cold War
History
Misrepresentations of American & Soviet Roles in WWII and the Cold War
October 1, 2019

FDR had no illusions about what immense and unnecessary suffering Stalin’s domestic policies produced, but this wasn’t FDR’s business. US national security was.

The War – Again
September 14, 2019

The USSR, with significant help from the rest of us, defeated Hitler and changed the world away from that dark and horrible future. At enormous cost.

The War – Again
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The End of Modern Diplomacy
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The End of Modern Diplomacy
September 11, 2019

Aristotle defined a tyrant as someone who rules solely for his own benefit and pleasure. The world has seen the steady rise of such tyrants over the past few decades.

Golfing for Remembrance and Intensifying Confrontation
September 10, 2019

Trump insulted two generations of Europeans by playing golf rather than commemorating the outbreak of the World War II. Nobody knows where he stands concerning US foreign policy. What is clear, however, is that nobody can trust him

Golfing for Remembrance and Intensifying Confrontation
History
Lessons From the Liberation of Majdanek
History
Lessons From the Liberation of Majdanek
September 8, 2019

The bravery of the millions of ordinary Russian, Ukrainian and other nationalities in the Red Army who won the war and liberated the worst Nazi death camps needs to be remembered and honored, not forgotten in the West, or swept under the carpet.

Who Lost World War II? The West
September 3, 2019

The two wars between 1914 and 1945 may be seen as the Great Civil War of the West, the Thirty Years War of Western Civilization that culminated in the loss of all the Western empires and the ultimate conquest of the West by the liberated peoples of their former colonies.

Who Lost World War II? The West
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