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  1. Kurds Begin Return Home to Kirkuk; Eight Killed in Iraq

    With the operation against the Kurds ending, civilians are returning home to Kirkuk.

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  2. The Real Reason Behind Trump’s Angry Diplomacy in North Korea

    To understand the United States’ stratagem in the Pacific, and against North Korea in particular, one has to understand the fundamental changes that are under way in that region. China’s clout as an Asian superpower and as a global economic powerhouse has been growing at a rapid speed. The US’ belated "pivot to Asia" to … Continue reading "The Real Reason Behind Trump’s Angry Diplomacy in North Korea"

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  3. Nixon’s Children

    Originally posted at TomDispatch. It took 14 years, but now we have an answer. It was March 2003, the invasion of Iraq was underway, and Major General David Petraeus was in command of the 101st Airborne Division heading for the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.  Rick Atkinson, Washington Post journalist and military historian, was accompanying him.  Six … Continue reading "Nixon’s Children"

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  4. The Decertification of Iran Speech: Refuting Trump

    Iran’s hardliners were right. They recited a long history of agreements in which Iranian compliance was repaid with American betrayal. Like a Persian chorus of Cassandras, they called their warnings into the wind, and the world called them crazy. Well, the mad mullahs were right. Despite the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) declaring each time … Continue reading "The Decertification of Iran Speech: Refuting Trump"

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  5. Kurds Flee as Baghdad Captures Kirkuk; 60 Killed, 133 Wounded

    Iraqi forces have captured the contested city of Kirkuk in an aggressive attempt to reestablish control of its Kurdish population, which voted for independence in a non-binding referendum on September 25. Heavily outnumbered, Kurdish forces withdrew without fighting. Meanwhile, Islamic State militants used the diversion to attack two villages in Kirkuk province. Kurdish Peshmerga forces … Continue reading "Kurds Flee as Baghdad Captures Kirkuk; 60 Killed, 133 Wounded"

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