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Western Sanctions Could Dramatically Alter Global Financial Architecture

The strategy the United States employed vis-à-vis Russia following the outbreak of the Ukrainian civil war could fundamentally affect the Western world by questioning reliability of Western leaders and financial institutions, as well as paving the way for Russia to look for a creative strategic solution to the sanctions problem.

Big Sean’s “One Man Can Change The World” Video Dedicated to Late Grandmother

In the video for his inspirational single “One Man Change The World,” rapper Big Sean pays homage to his late grandmother Mildred V. Leonard. According to Rap-Up, Ms. Mildred served as one of the first black captains in World War II,...Show More Summary

China kicks off war commemorations with graphic exhibition

MARCO POLO BRIDGE, China (Reuters) - With dioramas of heroic Communist soldiers and graphic pictures of massacres, China formally kicked off its commemorations for the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two on Tuesday with the unveiling of a new exhibition.

The Biggest Winner From The Greek Tragedy

Long after Greece has left the Eurozone and Germany is using the Deutsche Mark as its currency, the people of the two nations, antagonized to a level unseen since World War II, will be accusing each other of benefiting more from the brief but tumultuous period of the common currency. Show More Summary

'Ghost Fleet: A Novel of the Next World War' by P. W. Singer & August Cole

By David Eisler By the time I turned the final page of Ghost Fleet: A Novel of the Next World War, nightly news headlines started to sound a little bit scarier. I kept seeing stories about cyber warfare and hacking, weaponized spaceShow More Summary

U.S. Helps Clear a Path to a Safer Zimbabwe

Thirty-five years after the end of its war of independence, Zimbabwe remains one of the most severely landmine-impacted countries in the world, even as regional neighbors Mozambique

US only country to oppose UN holding Israel accountable for war crimes, yet again

The US was the only country in the world to oppose a resolution calling for Israel to be held accountable for war crimes, at the 29th regular session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, held from 15 June to 3 July 2015. The US voted against “ensuring accountability and justice for all violations of international law in” the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

U.S.-Issued Provisions Uncovered on Salisbury Plain in England

16 hours agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

How did you celebrate Independence Day this past weekend? The researchers at Wessex Archaeology, based in the Salisbury Plain area of southern England, marked the occasion by releasing images and information about American World War II finds. This week, as our American friends celebrate their Independence Day... Show More Summary

Welcome To Blackswansville

Submitted by James H Kunstler via, While the folks clogging the US tattoo parlors may not have noticed, things are beginning to look a little World War one-ish out there. Except the current blossoming world conflict is being fought not with massed troops and tanks but with interest rates and repayment schedules. Show More Summary

Donnie Yen rumored to wield lightsaber in an upcoming Star Wars film!

Could the world handle something this epic? Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Another week, another Star Wars rumor. Get used to it, this is going to be our reality for the next decade... This one would be particularly...Show More Summary

The New Cold War: No Rules, No Red Lines, No Diplomacy - Stephen Cohen

The new US-Russian Cold War could be far more dangerous than the preceding 40-year conflict, Stephen F. Cohen stresses, noting that Obama's policy of isolating Russia has facilitated the development of a multi-polar world order.

Welcome to Blackswansville

While the folks clogging the US tattoo parlors may not have noticed, things are beginning to look a little World War one-ish out there.

Liveblogging World War II: July 6, 1945: Truman Begins His Trip to Potsdam

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World War Two Jokes during Women’s World Cup Offends People

Slate ran an article about how insensitive and tasteless it was for Twitter to make World War Two jokes during the U.S.-Japan women’s World Cup championship game yesterday. Nothing better to write about? People have a right to make jokes, insensitive or not, and it’s their right to free speech. It doesn’t make it right, […]

China Urges Japan to Fully Reveal Use of Forced Labor During WWII

The Chinese ambassador to UNESCO asked Japan to fully reveal its use of forced labor before and during World War II.

Thomas Piketty: "Germany has never repaid its debt"

``Piketty: We need a conference on all of Europe's debts, just like after World War II. A restructuring of all debt, not just in Greece but in several European countries, is inevitable''

WWII Tank Was Stashed in 78-Year-Old's Cellar

It took 20 soldiers almost 9 hours to remove a World War II "Panther" tank from a pensioner's cellar in a wealthy community in northern Germany—and that's in spite of the fact that the German army sent in modern recovery tanks to help confiscate the vintage 1943 vehicle, reports...

China stresses nationalism in war anniversary propaganda push

BEIJING (Reuters) - China plans to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two in Asia, and its fight against Japan, with a stream of movies, concerts, performances and exhibitions, officials said on Monday, in an effort to strengthen "nationalism and culture".

Liveblogging World War II: July 5, 1945: China-Burma-India Theater of World War II

Hump Express: [July 5, 1945 - China-Burma-India Theater of World War II]( >'I'm in Jorhat, Mom' Letters Now May Say >Hq., Calcutta - Permission hasShow More Summary

When dad’s life rivaled a spy thriller

In hindsight, the memory was always sitting there like a stray piece of string just waiting to be pulled.For years, Lee Trimble listened as his father, Robert, told stories about his service in World War II — usually downplaying the dangers, and often redirecting credit to others.Read full article >>

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