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25/05/2005 | Don't fault the messenger
Danielle Brian and Martin Edwin Andersen | Washington Times
Imagine revolutionary patriot Paul Revere, exhausted from his midnight ride alerting his countrymen about the threat posed by an oppressive British army just over the horizon. Suddenly and without warning, he's knocked off his horse, charged with creating "publick disorder," and then declared insane — by the very people he was trying to warn. ...
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25/05/2005 | Underwater security garners more cash & new technologies
Martin Edwin Andersen | Government Security News
A growing number of security experts say that, if America’s seaports are, in the recent words of one U.S. senator, the “soft underbelly” of U.S. homeland security, then underwater security at those ports is the most tender spot in that yawning vulnerability, called by one the “soft underbelly of the soft underbelly.” ...
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23/05/2005 | PA hate speech and Mideast peace
Washington Times Editorial | Washington Times
When President Bush meets Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Thursday, Mr. Bush will need to emphasize to the Palestinian leader that his continued failure to act decisively against anti-Semitic incitement could have catastrophic consequences. Mr. Abbas needs to put an end — and not just halt for a couple of weeks or so — the obscenity which continues to be broadcast on PA Television, such as a May 13 sermon likening Jews to AIDS and calling for "the extermination of every single Jew." ...
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20/05/2005 | ¿Volarían los saudíes su infraestructura petrolera?
Daniel Pipes | Diario Exterior
"Si la monarquía saudí conserva su control sobre la energía ha creado por sí misma un sistema de disuasión contra invasión único. Pero, de ser sustituida la monarquía por un emirato islámico en la línea de los talibanes de Afganistán este gobierno ferozmente anti occidental tendría a su disposición una capacidad suicida apocalíptica." ...
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20/05/2005 | Eco-militants are greatest terrorist threat, warns FBI
David Usborne | The Independent
The FBI has sounded a new and surprising alarm, suggesting environmental and animal-welfare militants are now the biggest terrorist threat in the US, increasingly using incendiary devices on targets ranging from housing developments and research laboratories to car dealerships. ...
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20/05/2005 | British Memo on U.S. Plans for Iraq War Fuels Critics
Douglas Jehl | Washington Post
More than two weeks after its publication in London, a previously secret British government memorandum that reported in July 2002 that President Bush had decided to "remove Saddam, through military action" is still creating a stir among administration critics. They are portraying it as evidence that Mr. Bush was intent on war with Iraq earlier than the White House has acknowledged. ...
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18/05/2005 | What to Do About Venezuela - PDF
Michael Waller | Center for Security Policy
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17/05/2005 | EEUU alerta que el
Roberto Collado | Diario Exterior
Aunque los ojos del Departamento de Estado parecen estar puestos en el comportamiento de Chávez en Venezuela y la resistencia de las FARC en la violenta Colombia, un eventual triunfo del Frente Sandinista en la Nicaragua de 2007 los haría voltear raudos hacia este rincón del hemisferio. Eso explica mucho sobre su "cadena de males", a la que ahora suman al "populismo radical". ...
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16/05/2005 | Cumbre Árabe - MERCOSUR. Cambios si, mientras no alteren las reglas de juego
Rubén Hernán Weinsteiner | Offnews.info
Árabes y sudamericanos pasaron por Brasilia, elaboraron algunas listas de quejas, condenaron a EEUU a Israel y al terrorismo, siempre que no sea para resistir a una potencia ocupante, y finalmente mostraron dos elites muy parecidas entre si, obscenamente poderosas y ricas, que están dispuestas a hablar de cambios, mientras no afecten el status quo, que tan ricas las hace, con nula movilidad social. ...
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15/05/2005 | Despierta Washington!
Caroline Glick | El Reloj
Mientras que Bush y sus partidarios fueron rápidos en ver el ruinoso impacto del apaciguamiento español de los terroristas en los esfuerzos de la guerra, al respaldar el plan de Sharon e inundar a los palestinos de dinero y apoyo, el Presidente está mostrando que en lo que respecta a Israel, la política que él ha adoptado es la misma por la que optaron los votantes españoles: el apaciguamiento ...
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