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Securing Our Flank in Europe

In November, 2000, the European Union decided to form a rapid reaction force to intervene in crises. No matter that the Europeans don't have the will and wherewithal to replace NATO. The Russians immediately invited themselves to join in. No matter that the Russians have little left to offer after Chechnya. Clearly, the Russian initiative…

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Russian spies are alive and well

Sleepers, cadre illegals, recruits, emigre agents — by whatever name they are spies and the Russian intelligence establishment has such spooks in place in the United States.

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Natural Society Revisited

It is heartening that a fashionable new field known as “civil society studies” has recently emerged. It is surely a symptom of concern over whether modern society as we know it is sufficiently civil to foster the growth of Western liberalism.

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Equality by Starvation

Within three months we become emaciated. The extremities turn thin but the bellies are bloated. On less nourishment than the daily intake of 1600 calories, the process commences earlier. Next we become lethargic and tire easily. Sometimes we are capable of bursts of violent rage as we frantically search for anything edible. In fact, we…

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A Case for Integration

To cherish our distinct roots and traditions as complimentary of the national culture is profoundly conservative.  To use our origin and heritage as incriminatory of the present national community is insidiously revolutionary. The conservative attitude helps us celebrate E Pluribus Unum, while the revolutionary tackle breaks up One into Many. In other words, it is…

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Banking on Reagan

Rarely, if ever, do publications originating from an illegal political underground movement deviate from the uniform propagandistic form. However, a few organizations dare to reveal candid debates and internal disagreements among their leadership. One such case is found in a collection of unorthodox interviews with the top seven leaders of Poland’s Solidarity trade union. Compiled…

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Fighting from the Forest for Freedom

One could castigate Mart Laar for idealizing the Estonian insurgents.  One could also point out that the author eschews footnotes.  But that would be petty:  for Laar, author of War in the Woods: Estonia’s Struggle for Survival 1944-1956, is perhaps the first to describe the forgotten story of the Estonian Anti-Soviet Uprising.

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Books

Faces of Africa

Written as a supplementary textbook, Faces of Africa covers every country in Africa, giving a silhouette overview.

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