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PAX, LUX ET VERITAS SINCE 1965
Topic Diplomacy Category: General
Created by John Eipper on 08/26/10 5:02 AM

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China-Russia-Iran Axis: What Do They Have in Common? ... (Tor Guimaraes, USA, 11/07/19 11:34 am) My deepest regrets for posting about threats to our nation, which I believe are being severely neglected by our media and the American people. However, I feel the duty to call them as I see them. Af ...
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US Financial Hegemony and Alternative Systems ... (Tor Guimaraes, USA, 11/08/19 4:16 am) John Eipper (JE) asked more information about what I suspect is the early building of an alternative ...
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Greenland is Not for Sale! ... (Holger Terp, Denmark, 08/20/19 3:51 am) Danish politicians and media across the political spectrum are shaking their heads at Trump's comment about purchasing Greenland. As Greenland's Home Rule chairman Kim Kielsen clearly st ...
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Trump Seeks to Buy Greenland ... (Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 08/18/19 6:27 am) The Emperor's latest: He is trying (following Truman's attempt in 1946) to buy Greenland. By the way, Greenland is also proof of the alternating periods of hot/cold in the world, even i ...
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Greenland is Not for Sale! ... (Holger Terp, Denmark, 08/20/19 3:51 am) Danish politicians and media across the political spectrum are shaking their heads at Trump's co ...
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US Military Presence Abroad: 75 or 75% of the World's Countries? ... (Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 08/08/19 4:09 am) Responding to the posts of Timothy Brown, John Hesley and the wise comments of our esteemed moderator on the US Empire's military personnel abroad, it seems to me that the situation is extremely s ...
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Italians at Mogadishu, 2 July 1993 ... (Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 08/10/19 4:33 am) John E asked about my friend Silvio on 2 July 1993.  He was serving in the Italian Group (Folgo ...
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In How Many Nations Does the US Have a Military Presence? ... (John Hesley, USA, 08/07/19 5:51 am) I continue to be grateful to be privy to the high-level discussions on WAIS. In response to Tim Brown (August 6th), perhaps Eugenio Battaglia had a quote from this link in mind: "about 75% o ...
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US Military Presence Abroad: 75 or 75% of th ... (Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 08/08/19 4:09 am) Responding to the posts of Timothy Brown, John Hesley and the wise comments of our esteemed moderato ...
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75 or 75%...and the WAIS Effect (from Gary Mo ... (John Eipper, USA, 08/08/19 3:52 am) Gary Moore writes: Great catch by our moderator pinpointing that & ...
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