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U.S. Overseas Military Presence What Are the Strategic Choices?

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Syria and Lebanon: The Pentagon’s “Phase III” and NATO’s War in the Levant

  Excerpt from Intelligence Report on: “The Globalization of NATO”   What follows is an excerpt of chapter 14 (NATO and the Levant: Syria and Lebanon) of The Globalization of NATO which was published in the Milli Gazette of India … Continue reading

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Speculations About the Cause of Benghazi Attack

  Right from the onset of terror at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012 there seemed to be much ado about semantics rather than tragedy. From the beginning, this linguistic back-story never made sense.   On … Continue reading

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Sex In The CIA

  Sex In The CIA WND The evidence that Gen. David Petraeus, formerly the commander of U.S. troops in Afghanistan, the author of the current Army field manual, Princeton Ph.D. and, until last week, the director of the Central Intelligence … Continue reading

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Preview of the Next Four Years?: Obama Administration Doubles Down on Middle East Policy Errors

  Intelligence Analysis Report    There are two problems with current U.S. policy toward the Middle East: both the analysis and response are not simply wrong, but rather make the situation in the region much worse.   The White House … Continue reading

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The War On Youth

    Twenty-five years ago young Americans had a chance.   In 1984, American breadwinners who were sixty-five and over made ten times as much as those under thirty-five. The year Obama took office, older Americans made almost forty-seven times as … Continue reading

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Is the Democratic platform in synch with the public on national defense?

Is the Democratic platform in synch with the public on national defense? Intelligence Report While politicians, insiders and experts may be divided over how much the government should spend on the nation’s defense, there’s a surprising consensus among the public … Continue reading

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New Saudi Intel…

  New Saudi Intelligence Chief Will Strengthen Ties to U.S. Saudi Prince Bandar, who was recently named the head of Saudi intelligence, forged close ties with U.S. officials during his 22 years as the Saudi ambassador in Washington. In this … Continue reading

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