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The Year Knowledge Died

Weaponized misinformation is hardly a new phenomenon.
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Relearning the Iran Crisis’ Lessons

Thirty-seven years ago today, Iranian students answering to Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini seized the U.S. Embassy in Tehran. ...
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Of course elections are 'rigged'

There aren't too many issues that trigger as much instant anger as the question of voter fraud in America. ...
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Commentary: Blame Comey’s moral vanity for dumping us in this newest election mess

...Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been apoplectic ever since. But other Republicans have also expressed outrage at what they view as Comey’s favoritism toward Clinton.......
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Clinton's Allies Promise a Tougher Line on Iran

The next president has an opportunity in the Middle East to reassure wavering allies, to tell them: “We’re back and we’re going to lead again.”...
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Comment: America's foreign policy is turning Iran into a world power

The Obama administration is continuing its foolish path by agreeing to allow Shi'ite militias supported by Iran to take part in the battle for Mosul. ...
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Saving Hillary, But at What Cost?

... If America’s institutions are bending the rules in order to shield Clinton from the consequences of her actions, what will be the cost?......
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Why the Snowden the Movie Matters

...FYI, whether you trust Obama, Trump, Hillary or the next presidents, do remember your personal data is in the hands of the same people that run the TSA, the IRS and the DMV.......
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Gorbachev warns of 'dangerous point' as US-Russia ties sour

Moscow (AFP) - Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev warned on Monday that the world has reached a "dangerous point" as tensions between Russia and the United States spike over the Syria conflict....
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Can Saudi Arabia Survive its Economic ‘Shock Therapy’?

BEIRUT – Saudi Arabia has long relied on oil to fuel its economic growth and development. Last year, oil accounted for about three-quarters of the Kingdom’s total export revenues and around 90% of government revenue. ...
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