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Hagel reaffirms U.S. support for Georgia in NATO pursuit
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel makes a rare visit to the former Soviet republic Georgia to pledge his support for the country's bid to join NATO — a mo…
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NATO leaders agreed on Friday to boost the readiness of the alliance to meet fresh security threats highlighted by the Ukraine crisis and reaffirmed their commitment to collective defence. A new rapid reaction force is aimed at helping the military alliance, which was set up in 1949 to protect Western Europe from the Soviet Union, meet new threats and maintain a "continuous" presence in Eastern …
20140402 Lithuania NATO begins two days air force drill with US, Germany and Sweden
BACKGROUND In 2012, Putin announced the world that he's working on the establishment of a union of federations as response on former Soviet states who filed a membership to the EU. Many…
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The Soviet Spy Exposed by the NSA, Part Two
Former CIA officer Mark A. Bradley discusses Soviet spy Duncan Lee in his book, “A Very Principled Boy.” Lee, a Soviet spy in the Office of Strategic Services (the forerunner of the CIA), has…
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RUSSIA VS NATO: Crazy Russian Rockets wins!
Videos from Russia Today http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hb6plZWdhfQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2JnDF1B91w Music: Soviet March command conquer Red Alert 3.
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In Soviet Russia, Drug Consumes YOU! – Freedom Feens Podcast 104
FREEDOM FEENS Podcast — Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi's fun 'n' feisty weekly chat about Constitutional, libertarian, volunt. FREEDOM FEENS Podcast — Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi's…
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Russia’s President Vladimir Putin attends a televised meeting with regional media in St. Petersburg, Russia, April 24, 2014. Reuters/Michael Klimentyev/RIA Novosti/Kremlin
WASHINGTON — After two decades of trying to build a partnership with Russia, the NATO alliance now feels compelled to start treating Moscow as an adversary, the second-ranking official of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization said Thursday.
“Clearly the Russians have declared NATO as an adversary, so we have to begin to view Russia no longer as a partner but as more of an adversary than a partner,” said Alexander Vershbow, the deputy secretary-general of NATO.
The president of Ukraine said his country’s armed forces are on full alert for a possible Russian attack. Norah O’Donnell reports on how pro-Russ…
“In central Europe, clearly we have two different visions of what European security should be like,” Vershbow, a former U.S. diplomat and former Pentagon official, said. “We still would defend the sovereignty and freedom of choice of Russia’s neighbors, and Russia clearly is trying to re-impose hegemony and limit their sovereignty under the guise of a defense of the Russian world.”
In April, NATO suspended all “practical civilian and military cooperation” with Russia, although Russia has maintained its diplomatic mission to NATO, which was established in 1998.
Vershbow said NATO, created 65 years ago as a bulwark against the former Soviet Union, is considering new defensive measures aimed at deterring Russia from any aggression against NATO members along its border, such as the Baltic states that were once part of the Soviet Union, Vershbow said.
“We want to be sure that we can come to the aid of these countries if there were any, even indirect, threat very quickly before any facts on the ground can be established,” he said.
To do that, NATO members will have to shorten the response time of its forces, he said.
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Harry Cooper – Hitler Eva Braun Lived Out Their Days In Argentina Radio Liberty 2.24.14
We are all taught that the Red Army surrounded Berlin and that, faced with capture by the Soviet Union, Adolf Hitler and his new wife Eva Braun (Hitler) comm…
(Read More: UK’s ‘Iron Lady’ Margaret Thatcher Dies of Stroke)
Margaret Thatcher, who governed the U.K. from 1979 to 1990, fought socialism in England and unyieldingly promoted the free-market views of Nobelists Milton Friedman and Friedrich Hayek. She stopped the destructive British labor unions dead in their tracks. With every bone in her body she attempted to limit government by lowering spending and taxation. She opted for big-bang financial deregulation. And she put London back on the map as a world banking center.
“Freedom” was always her watchword.
She also adored former President Ronald Reagan. And the two of them formed an extraordinary partnership for freedom and free markets. Working together, they helped bring down the Soviet communist system. And it was a peaceful bring-down at that.
(Read More: Margaret Thatcher’s Greatest Moments)
Thatcher saw Gorbachev first, and she reported to Reagan, “We can do business with him.” Reagan did, although he refused to back down on SDI. And as the American economy roared in response to Reagan’s own free-market supply-side policies, the Soviets were out-produced and eventually folded.
Thatcher famously said, “The trouble with socialists is that they always run out of other people’s money.” That dictum really stands the test of time, doesn’t it? Running out of other people’s money? Today?
The age of big government has once again, at least temporarily, reared its ugly head. It’s a great battle for all the economies around the world. That’s one of many reasons why we will miss Margaret Thatcher. She did not go wobbly.
By CNBC’s Larry Kudlow; Follow him on Twitter @larry_kudlow
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By Anthony Bond
PUBLISHED: 17:42 EST, 19 February 2013 | UPDATED: 07:43 EST, 20 February 2013
With sandy beaches, clear blue water and palm trees, this looks like a spectacular and luxurious sun-kissed resort.
Holidaymakers can be seen relaxing in swimming shorts and bikinis. Even the occasional flamingo can be spotted.
But not everything is as it seems at Tropical Islands.
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Luxury: With sandy beaches, clear blue water and palm trees, this looks like a spectacular sun-kissed resort
Fun: Despite appearances, not everything is as it seems at Tropical Islands
Odd: The ‘resort’ is actually located on the site of a former Soviet military air base in Krausnick, Germany
The ‘resort’ is actually located on the site of a former Soviet military air base in Krausnick, Germany.
Radio Liberty will now focus on live content and digital platforms, including web and mobile devices.
By Jonathan Earle
The St. Petersburg Times
Published: September 26, 2012 (Issue # 1728)
MOSCOW U.S. government-funded Radio Liberty has reiterated its commitment tooperating inRussia after Nov. 10, when anew law forces it todiscontinue AM broadcasts, andafter dozens ofjournalists andeditors left theorganization last week.
We are not giving up onour commitment toprovide you with Svobodas unique perspective onnews andevents inRussia, wrote Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty president Steve Korn, referring tothe networks Russian name, Radio Svoboda, ina statement posted onthe networks website Monday.
Thenetwork, founded in1953 toprovide coverage incountries with limited press freedom, was forgenerations athorn inthe side ofthe Soviet government.
Radio Liberty will now focus ondigital platforms, including web andmobile devices, andon-demand andlive content, Korn wrote.
Thenetwork will stop AM broadcasts onNov. 10, when alaw will take effect that makes it illegal forstations more than 48 percent foreign-owned tobe onthe airwaves.
Thesame law will brand non-governmental organizations that receive grants fromabroad as foreign agents, ameasure that has been roundly condemned byopposition andcivil rights activists.
Radio Liberty Vows Continued Presence
By Anthony Bond
PUBLISHED: 07:10 EST, 22 July 2012 | UPDATED: 10:03 EST, 22 July 2012
A luxury department store has apologised for selling wooden toy versions of Soviet-era rocket launchers.
London store Liberty was forced to pull the 23.50 toy from is shelves following a number of complaints, with some describing it as ‘vile’ and ‘tasteless’.
Available in baby pink, yellow or natural wood, the design appeared to be marketed at younger children.
Controversial: London store Liberty was forced to pull the 23.50 toy from its shelves following complaints, with some describing it as ‘vile’ and ‘tasteless’
Concerns: The toy was available in the Regent Street shop, pictured, and online and was reduced last week to half-price
The toy was based on Katyusha rocket launchers which were first used in the Second World War by the Soviet Union.
Recently, they have been used by Hezbollah militants to fire rockets into Israel and during the Libyan conflict last year.
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Liberty store:' Wooden toy of Soviet-era rocket launcher taken off shelves following complaints
International rights groups on Thursday accused Azerbaijan of silencing dissent and free speech as the former Soviet state gets ready to host the prestigious Eurovision song contest this month.
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(Freedom House/IFEX) – Washington – January 19, 2012 – The political uprisings that have swept the Arab world over the past year represent the most significant challenge to authoritarian rule since the collapse of Soviet communism, according to Freedom …
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Not since the disintegration of the Soviet Union have so many opponents of free expression quickly fallen from executive power.
A Grand Year for Free Speech
And on a much more personal note, June 13 is the anniversary of my family's departure from the Soviet Union (in 1975) — not that relevant to your freedom , but very relevant to mine. Categories: Uncategorized …
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The magnificent beach stretches along the coast Uchkuevka the bay nearly 1000 meters.
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Dispute revolves around Pacific islands that Soviet Union seized in final days of World War II.
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