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NEWS

2014-09-01

Vladimir Putin goes rogue: Ukraine, NATO, nuclear weapons Ч and a very dangerous new reality
Post-Cold War era's over. Dealing with Putin means learning to talk to him, and respecting some legitimate concerns

By JEFFREY TAYLER
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2014-09-01

By Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS)
William Binney, former Technical Director, World Geopolitical & Military Analysis, NSA; co-founder, SIGINT Automation Research Center (ret.)
David MacMichael, National Intelligence Council (ret.)
Ray McGovern, former US Army infantry/intelligence officer & CIA analyst (ret.)
Elizabeth Murray, Deputy National Intelligence Officer for Middle East (ret.)
Todd E. Pierce, MAJ, US Army Judge Advocate (Ret.)
Coleen Rowley, Division Counsel & Special Agent, FBI (ret.)
Ann Wright, Col., US Army (ret.); Foreign Service Officer (resigned)
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2014-08-25

Can Russia and America Work Together to Crush the Islamic State?
While Moscow and Washington face off over Ukraine, a much bigger and longer-term challenge presents a possible opportunity for collaboration.

By Jiri ValentaLeni Friedman Valenta
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2014-08-21

The U.S. needs Russia

By Jerome Israel
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2014-08-20

Ukraine's Nightmare Drags On
In recent weeks, the American media has seemed focused on reporting on nearly every newsworthy eventЧexcept the Ukraine crisis.

By James W. Carden
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2014-08-18

Ukraine factories equip Russian military despite support for rebels

By Michael Birnbaum
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2014-08-13

The New Cold War and the Necessity of Patriotic Heresy

By Stephen F. Cohen
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2014-08-12

The West on the wrong path
In view of the events in Ukraine, the government and many media have switched from level-headed to agitated. The spectrum of opinions has been narrowed to the width of a sniper scope. The politics of escalation does not have a realistic goal - and harms German interests.

By Gabor Steingart
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2014-08-11

How the US and Russian Media Are Covering the Ukrainian Crisis

By Gilbert Doctorow
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2014-08-06

Flight 17 Shoot-Down Scenario Shifts From magazine covers to pronouncements by top politicians, Official Washington jumped to the conclusion that Ukrainian rebels and Russia were guilty in the shoot-down of a Malaysian passenger plane. But some U.S. intelligence analysts may see the evidence differently, writes Robert Parry.

By Robert Parry
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2014-08-05

​US to Georgia: DonТt touch Saakashvili, heТs our SOB

By Edward Lozansky
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2014-08-04

Pentagon wants extra $19M to equip, train Ukrainian troops

By Maggie Ybarra
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