Posted on 30/01/2012 by matisak
If Panetta said he is very concerned what can (should) the US do about this?
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Posted on 27/01/2012 by matisak
Do you think the security risks will come with the fact the US will have a smaller force or not, and why? Comments by Richard Stoll, Professor of Political Science, Rice University.
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Posted on 26/01/2012 by matisak
As always, should any member of your team be caught or killed, we will disavow all knowledge of your actions.
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Posted on 25/01/2012 by matisak
It is an election year and these addresses make for good television, but they seldom change the political landscape.
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Posted on 23/01/2012 by matisak
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Posted on 20/01/2012 by matisak
Comments by David McCuan, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Sonoma State University.
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Posted on 19/01/2012 by matisak
Posted on 16/01/2012 by matisak
Martin Schulz will succeed Jerzy Buzek as the President of the European Parliament. The election is set for tomorrow.
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