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The Russian Phoenix: Hope or Illusion?

The Russian Phoenix: Hope or Illusion?

Apart from the mainstream portrayal of Russia as a ruthless expansionist dictatorship (a portrayal too ludicrous to merit attention here), most awake commentators fall into one of two camps.

Book Review: McNamara’s Folly By Hamilton Gregory

Book Review: McNamara’s Folly By Hamilton Gregory

Reviewer: Robert L. Hanafin, Major, USAF-Retired, GS-12, Department of the Navy-Retired Yes I’m still alive John Allen and Gordon Duff, maybe not to stay but to occasionally poke my head in Veterans Today’s Door as a Veterans Rights and Peace Advocate, if I may. I came across a promotion for this Amazon Best Seller in […]

Al-Marqab citadel; the most important Medieval- built citadel in the region

Damascus, SANA- Among more than 80 archeological fortresses and citadels spread all over the Syrian territories, Tartous province embraces 14 of them since this area has been exposed throughout ages to many foreign invasions therefore it was the first fort defending Syria in the face of the greedy ones. Amid the citadels spreading in Tartous […]

Three sunken ships from PQ-17 Arctic convoy found on Barents Sea floor

Three sunken ships from PQ-17 Arctic convoy found on Barents Sea floor

The wrecks were traced by the staff members of the national cartographical office who were researching the seafloor close to the Norwegian-Russian border © ITAR-TASS/Stanislav Krasilnikov OSLO, October 21. /TASS/. Wrecks of three ships that were part of the Arctic convoy PQ-17, which the forces of the Third Reich destroyed on high seas in July 1942, […]

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