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'Beware Mad Max world of US'

AP, United States foreign policy would lead Australia into a “Mad Max world” where the US would shield itself behind missiles, the former prime minister, Paul Keating, said yesterday. He criticised the US policy of pre-emptive strikes in Iraq and […]


Iraq resolution passed unanimously

FT, The US won backing for a new resolution on Iraq on Thursday after the 15 members of the United Nations Security Council unanimously passed a vote on a draft text. The vote followed confirmation from Gerhard Schr


Why Bush Is Suddenly Courting the World Body

The Independent, LONDON, 16 October 2003


The American era is ending. The Asian century is dawning.

The Age, The world is about to enter the final phase of the third long economic wave of the 20th century. The first wave began in 1904 and lasted until 1929, ending with the Depression; the second ran from 1947 […]


The end of the imperial project

WorldNetDaily, Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld is bitter over the way Condi Rice leaked word the National Security Council would be big-footing his Pentagon to take over the management of Iraq. The State Department is having a hellish time persuading the […]


''Khidhir Hamza: The bogus intelligence source''

Yellowtimes, Belatedly, in a September 29, 2003 article in the New York Times by Douglas Jehl, the Defense Intelligence Agency has awkwardly admitted that most of the intelligence and information offered by the Iraqi National Congress (INC) for the past […]


Mexican Navy order 2 Panthers, options on 8 more

Eurocopter, EUROCOPTER is proud to announce the contract signature, in Mexico City, with the Mexican Navy (Armada de M


Assault on Yuma set: Marine exercise this weekend will be

YumaSun, The Marine Corps intends to kick up a little dust in Yuma on Saturday night. The downwash from the rotors of some of the helicopters that will be landing and taking off from Cibola High School and two local […]


Chinese reveal an ambitious space plan

AFP, Success of Shenzhou gives liftoff to goals BEIJING China said Thursday that it would launch its next Shenzhou mission in “one to two years,” but would not speculate on whether it might send a probe to the Moon or […]


 
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