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Honoring Vietnam Veterans

On this day in 1982, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is dedicated in Washington DC after a march to its site by thousands of veterans of…

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Mao Zedong, the Long March and Chinese Civil War

On Oct. 16 in 1934 the “Long March,” a tactical retreat of Mao Zedong and 60,000 Communist supporters, commences. The embattled Communists had broken through…

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If This Story is True, Can we Call Edward Snowden a Traitor Now?

The source of the NSA leaks has reportedly given an interview to a Chinese newspaper in which he told the South China Morning Post that…

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Air Sea Battle: The Pentagon's Poorly Understood Playbook for Countering China

I flew into Hickam Air Force Base outside Honolulu last week. If you ever make the flight yourself, take a close look at some of…

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North Korea Is No Goliath

  North Korea and China’s End-game The recent alarmist rhetoric coming out of North Korea resulting in reactionary stories and hyper sensationalized headlines from both…

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John McCain Does Not Understand the Iraqi Surge Campaign

John McCain’s knavish interrogation of Chuck Hagel yesterday reveals not only that he has a poor conceptual understanding of the foreign policy “credential” he made…

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