- Fresh strikes around Syria's Aleppo despite ceasefire May 5, 2016
- Lebanon: Civil groups seek change in local elections May 5, 2016
- Turkey's Davutoglu set to go as talks fail: reports May 5, 2016
- Are Kurds seeing calm before the storm? May 5, 2016
- US, Russia reach deal on ceasefire in Syria's Aleppo May 5, 2016
- State of emergency as fire engulfs Canadian city May 5, 2016
- Flint: The US city where people drank poisoned water May 5, 2016
- Searching for history in the tunnels of Puebla May 5, 2016
- Where will Scotland stand on abortion? May 5, 2016
- How would a Donald Trump presidency affect the world? May 5, 2016
- Ron Paul on Mandatory Draft Registration: A Victory For Women?
- Torture: Stopping Terrorism… Or Is It Terrorism?
- The Jig is Up: Just War Theory Can No Longer Be Used as a Cover for State Policies of Mass Homicide
- Happy bin Laden Day! CIA ‘Live Tweets’ bin Laden Killing To Celebrate Fifth Anniversary
- ‘Green Zone’ Breached: Iraq Falling Apart?
- Father Daniel Berrigan’s Legacy of Resistance
- SNOWDEN Movie Trailer: Can Oliver Stone Make Whistleblowing Suspenseful?
- iPhone Ruse: FedGov Now Demands Backdoor To All Devices
- In Syria, US Rejects Russia Call To Name al-Qaeda Allies ‘Terrorist’
- Ukraine’s Rightists Return to Odessa
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Writing five years after the attacks of September 11, 2001, US military expert Anthony Cordesman published an account of the Israeli-Hezbollah conflict. “Preliminary Lessons of the Israeli-Hezbollah War” created enormous interest in the Pentagon, where it was studied by planners for the Joint Chiefs of Staff and passed hand-to-hand among military experts in Washington. Cordesman made no secret of his modest conclusions, rightly recognizing that his study was not only “preliminary”, but that it took no account of how Hezbollah fought the conflict or judged its results. Continue reading
I have a Dream – Martin Luther King Jnr.[/b] Five score years ago, a great American, in whose symbolic shadow we stand, signed the Emancipation Proclamation. This momentous decree came as a great beacon light of hope to millions of Negro slaves who had been seared in the flames of withering injustice. It came as a joyous daybreak to end the long night of captivity.
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