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Front Page Last Updated: Oct 25, 2014 - 8:52:47 AM


International
After Ukraine, Russia Beefs Up Military in Armenia and Kyrgyzstan
For years Russia has complained about what they describe as NATO’s expansion eastward. Noted diplomat-historian George F. Kennan in 1997 clearly foresaw the consequences of such actions when in 1997 he wrote in a newspaper commentary, “Expanding NATO would be the most fateful error of American policy in the post-Cold War era. Such a decision may be expected… to impel Russian foreign policy in directions decidedly not to our liking.”

Oct 25, 2014 - 8:47:30 AM

Defence & Arms
Germany Plans to Expand its Military Operations in the Middle East
The German government intends to massively expand its military engagement in the Middle East, including in both Iraq and Syria.

Oct 25, 2014 - 8:46:05 AM

Africa
Poor-Bashing is the New Slut-Shaming: Zuma, Sisulu & the Lazy Nation
Because South Africans are quick to dismiss President Jacob Zuma as someone who speaks without thinking, because despite his status he has become something of a buffoon, his comments over the weekend about South Africans being ‘lazy,’ were taken at face value. Unmediated by spin-doctors and government officials, many of us have come to see Zuma as an unguided missile, a loose cannon. Yet Zuma might actually be reflecting a new ideological bent, a narrative that seeks to blame the poor for the government’s failures.

Oct 25, 2014 - 8:44:47 AM

Defence & Arms
Journalists Find Mounting Evidence of Russian Involvement in Ukraine
A destroyed armored personnel carrier BMP-2, which presumably came from Russia, is pictured on a road near Starobesheve, controlled by separatists, in eastern Ukraine, Oct. 2, 2014

Oct 25, 2014 - 8:43:06 AM

Business
Cold War Banker to Putin Billionaires Walks Sanction Wire
When he’s not cruising the streets of Austria in his gray Tesla Model S, Andrey Akimov can often be found behind a desk on the seventh floor of a nondescript office building just across the Moskva River from the Kremlin.

Oct 25, 2014 - 8:41:48 AM

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