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Dana Stroul
Michael Singh
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Syria
The Cipher Brief
The Washington Institute for Near East Policy
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Syria: WTF Do We Do Now?

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Brad Parscale
NATO
News
Trudeau
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Video
World

‘That’s no joke’: Taking aim at Trudeau, Trump’s campaign chief compares U.S. job numbers to Canadian losses

For Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, it seems the fallout from his Buckingham Palace video slip-up is set to run and run. In the days since the PM’s unguarded remarks showed him cracking a joke at U.S. President Donald Trump’s expense at a NATO summit in England, he has found the clip being used both by […]

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feminism
Nancy Pelosi
Trump

Women Acquitting Themselves Well

My grandfather was one of the vice presidents of J.P. Morgan Bank in the mid-20th century.  He was V.P. in charge of the Department of Statistics, which was, apparently, the unit at the time that made the bank’s investment decisions.  He never saw himself as one of the bank’s great leaders; he talked of himself, […]

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Lisa Page
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Trump
World

Ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page says Trump’s ‘demeaning fake orgasm’ was the last straw

The lone tweet appeared Sunday night on a profile bearing the name of former FBI attorney Lisa Page. “I’m done being quiet,” the tweet read. In the roughly two years since Page made national headlines after politically charged text messages between her and then-senior FBI agent Peter Strzok were released, the lawyer has refrained from […]

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Boris Johnson
brexit
Brexit: A European Perspective - With Patrick Bijsmans & Russell Foster
democracy
donald trump
Trump

To the Brink of Democracy and an Unholy Alliance with the US

With the installation of Boris Johnson as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, the second of the (self-declared) oldest democracies of the world, has, alongside political developments in the United States, reached a tipping point. The political system(s), and most importantly the traditional principle of the division of powers, of both will have to demonstrate […]

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