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2017-11-17
RUSSIAN FEDERATION SITREP 16 NOVEMBER 2017

BY PATRICK ARMSTRONG
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2017-11-17
Book Presentation: "Does the United States Have a Future?"

By Gilbert Doctorow
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2017-11-17
Republicans want criminal probe of Democratic funding of Trump-Russia dossier

By Rowan Scarborough
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2017-11-17

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2017-11-14
President Trump is getting mocked for "trusting" Vladimir Putin's denial about "meddling" in U.S. politics - and not accepting Official Washington's groupthink - but ridicule isn't evidence

By Ray McGovern
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2017-11-14
Democrats 'use Putin as stick to beat Trump,' hindering US-Russia rapprochement
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2017-11-14
In Russia, Locals 'Exhausted' From Being Blamed For Everything

By Kenneth Rapoza
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2017-11-13
The Unheralded Putin-Russia's Official Anti-Stalinist No. 1
A memorial monument to Stalin's millions of victims-the subject of intense political struggle for more than 50 years-was commemorated in Moscow by Vladimir Putin, whose support at last made it a reality.

By Stephen F. Cohen
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2017-11-13
The reality of neo-Nazis in Ukraine is far from Kremlin propaganda

BY LEV GOLINKIN
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2017-11-13
More drumbeat for Western military intervention into Ukraine under the guise of 'peacekeeping'

By Roger Annis
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Russia House

2017-08-18

Air Force Chief: Israel Has Attacked Syrian Arms Convoys Nearly 100 Times in 5 Years
Brags That Many of Israel's Attacks Go 'Under the Radar'

By Jason Ditz

Providing the most specific details yet on Israels ongoing series of military strikes inside war-torn Syria, Air Force Chief Maj. Gen. Amir Eshel revealed today that Israel has carried out nearly 100 distinct military actions over the last five years specifically related to what they believed were Hezbollah-bound arms convoys.
This comes less than a month after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was caught on an open microphone admitting to dozens of strikes in Syria, though obviously this is far greater, because many Israel strikes on Syria clearly were not Hezbollah related.

Indeed, recently reported Israeli strikes in Syria have almost always been the result of stray artillery shells landing in empty territory inside the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, and Israel responding by attacking Syrian military bases in the area.

Maj. Gen. Eshel appeared to offer a hint at this discrepancy, bragging that many of Israels strikes had managed to go under the radar, and while he insisted Israel acts irrespective of the risks, he also appeared quite keen on Israel carrying out such attacks without getting into an overt war over them.

"Antiwar.com"