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We are basically at war now. Again. My default position is that we should not be at war. It’s getting harder and harder to convince me otherwise.
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Obama’s new war by default

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Washington is attempting to hold to its positions without having to start a Third World War, but it looks like an impossible task. Moscow is offering the United States a safe exit in Syria and Yemen. But if they should choose this o...

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