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‘National Security’ Archives

Top 10 Nuclear Weapons Countries

Top 10 Nuclear Weapons Countries  Prophecy stated that, we human would destroy our own planet by means of war. Wars were fought for countless times, with only two protagonists, the aggressors and the defenders. But when we discuss about nuclear weapons, we discuss an entirely different level of warfare. These massively destructive weapons were [...]

Massacre in Thailand and Obama’s Foreign Policy Stance

Massacre in Thailand and Obama’s Foreign Policy Stance

When the White House is quiet as protestors are butchered in the streets of Bangkok Thailand, suspicions are raised.  Silence often equals complicity.  One can only imagine what the U.S.’ response would be to a Venezuelan government slaughter: the U.S. media and Obama would loudly condemn such an act, in contrast to the muted response [...]

Why the Administration’s policy toward Communist China is so dangerous

The president sent his Assistant Secretary of State to Beijing to discuss human rights, and in response to the Chinese Communist Party’s labor camps, one-child policy, and indiscriminate imprisonment of political prisoners, Assistant Secretary of State Michael Posner . . . apologized for an Arizona state law on immigration. The Obama [...]

Obama’s torture loophole

Obama’s torture loophole

What’s the difference between a US-military-run detention facility and an intelligence gathering facility? For one thing, Red Cross officials are being prevented from seeing how prisoners are treated when held at Bagram’s intelligence gathering facility. Is that so that they can be tortured in secret? Two days after taking office, Barack [...]

Clinton’s view on the controversal AZ Illegal Aliens law.

Clinton’s view on the controversal AZ Illegal Aliens law.

Clinton thinks the law is racial profiling but won't go as far as stating that the supreme court will declare the laws as unconstitutional.   Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

Iraq Draw Down

Some time, no news is big news.  With that in mind, I recommend a pretty good New York Times article about Barack Obama's insistence on continuing exit plans from Iraq, more or less regardless of what's happening there.  Or, at any rate, despite continued (relatively) low-level violence and considerable political uncertainty. The news here is [...]