today at 02:35.
Europe’s well-intentioned bans on Holocaust denial have spawned a flurry of imitations — many with sinister consequences.
First They Came for the Holocaust Deniers, and I Did Not Speak Out
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today at 08:26
The poor Jews murdered by Nazis financed by Banksters Jews, who can't believe that they could sacrifice their own race just to keep their power..
today at 03:17
Who is denied
but don't fu*k all world coz of it
I don't hate you
And my grand.ma was not in nazi
So cool dawn
And look to your hand even ones!
today at 03:18
excuse me, so now we need to accept alternative facts?
today at 01:25.
In the West, Adolf Hitler is the paradigmatic political villain. In much of the rest of the world, his is a legacy of “law and order,” not crimes against humanity.
The Developing World Thinks Hitler Is Underrated
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today at 01:34
But Hitler was a great leader barring the atrocities. In 8 years, he made Germany the most powerful country. It took the world to defeat him.
today at 02:14
But is there a difference between Hitler and Many of Europe's 16, 17, 18, 19, and 20th Centuries' leaders? People like King LEOPOLD II of Belgium... Again, Germany has perpetuated another genocide before Holocaust and it's was in Namibia.
today at 07:45
Dangerous article, suggesting that through their ignorance of the historical facts, "much of the rest of the world" approves of Hitler. The statements of a few despotic leaders aside, how would you know that? Modern pollsters, Americans among them, have a poor record now in knowing what people think, in their own countries, let alone "most of the world". I suppose the article was designed to be controversial, as well as pointing to the danger of certain individuals today who display fascist tendencies.
today at 00:27.
From FP's Best Defense: Inside the fall of the colonel who dared to question the wisdom of the U.S. Army's commanders during the Iraq War:
Book Excerpt: When McMaster’s Former Deputy Challenged the Army’s Generals
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today at 01:04
Sounds like those students in Colorado have an amazing teacher. Lucky them.
today at 00:44
Must read book.
yesterday at 23:34.
Foreign Policy visits a U.S. base in Syria where local forces are being trained to take back Raqqa.
U.S.-Backed Fighters in Syria Worry More about Turkey Than ISIS
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yesterday at 23:37
good news to take back Raqqa !!They are not US but backed only by (US) . Local Forces they will be Successful.
yesterday at 23:34
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yesterday at 22:24.
The Egyptian government is aiming to be “safe before perfect." The U.S. should help.
Read the latest from FP's James Stavridis:
Egypt Desperately Needs a Friend Right Now
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today at 00:18
This Egyptian government deserves nothing....it is a military dictatorship. They ousted a democratically elected government and banned the leading political opposition. Just like Assad they are part of the problem which which Islamism feeds off.
S Abdl Monim
yesterday at 22:38
It is always okay to get in bed with 'convenient' dictators! Never mind the political oppression and the blood spelt! Never mind values and democracy!
yesterday at 23:41
A gear article that reveal how our administration is dopey and brought up our status literary to a mud. We are all hope to get ride this regime soon.
yesterday at 21:30.
“How much longer is Russia going to continue to babysit and make excuses for the Syrian regime?" asked U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley.
Trump Administration Poised to Collide With Russia Over Syrian Chemical Weapons
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J Elias Risheh
today at 00:16
Better question: How much longer are we going to back Saudis who are proven to be involved in the chemical attacks in Syria and are the main producer of terrorism?
yesterday at 23:17
Is the US really interested in taking out ISIS terrorists or is she planning to continue to sponsor terrorists in Syria while Russia battles terrorism in Syria?
yesterday at 23:44
there is no chemical weapons by official Syrian forces... it is ISIS how stockpiled self made and there is a photo evidence of that in Aleppo,. FP is another fake media that writes lies... it is even worse because it knows that it lies, yet still lies..
yesterday at 20:28.
The world's aggregate GDP is around $74 trillion. Spoiler: the United States gets the biggest slice of that pie.
Infographic: Here’s How the Global GDP Is Divvied Up
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yesterday at 23:32
You need to look at the relative numbers. Back in the 1950s the US accounted for 50% of the world GDP. Now it is only half of it. The world has come a long way up considering the devastation of WWII. And the US has fallen a long way considering its dominance in the 1950s. Context matters in stats.
yesterday at 20:52
Why is this graph not up to scale or bothering with purchasing power parity? Nominal GDP is more useful in measuring the geopolitical economic power of the country than anything meaningful for ordinary people.
yesterday at 21:12
Pretty silly that GDP is not in PPP figures, ESPECIALLY since the article repeatedly uses the figures to discount the economic power of China and other developing countries. Amateur hour.
yesterday at 19:40.
Walls are in season: Hungary announced yesterday it was building a new border fence along the border where it already built a fence (in 2015).
Hungary to Build (Another) Border Fence
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yesterday at 22:31
Concertina wire? $30 bolt cutters from Home Depot. Make an effort Hungary.
John Argyle Glastonbury IV
yesterday at 19:41
How dare they control their own borders!
Pedro Alonso Reyes
yesterday at 19:48
Still won't stop illegal immigration
yesterday at 19:00.
It bears repeating: U.S. sanctions against Russia aren't sanctions for sanctions’ sake. They're an appropriate response to the Kremlin's violations of international law.
Don’t Forget the Russia Sanctions Are Russia’s Fault
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yesterday at 19:04
Fomenting a coup in Ukraine was against both US and International Law. Invading Panama and Grenada and Iraq and Afghanistan and a host of other nations was also against International Law. Don't dare preach about laws, when you have no use for them, yourselves.
yesterday at 19:16
Paying respect to international law also consist in using international organisations such as the Un to deal with breaches of international law. You guys are obviously biased but you should not take your readers for fools.
yesterday at 19:16
These lying media outlets are absolutely horrible! Russia is cleaning up the mess the US and its allies had created. That's Russia's fault. People know the truth.
yesterday at 18:30.
Become an e-resident (anyone can), and four other ways to celebrate the 99th anniversary of Estonia's independence.
Five Ways You Can Celebrate Estonia’s National Day
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Leonardo Millán Valencia
yesterday at 19:50
Too bad it might be their last one before the Russians conquer them again.
yesterday at 22:28
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yesterday at 18:30
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yesterday at 18:10.
For years, China's state-run publishing houses kept science fiction writers out in the cold. Then the internet came along, and everything changed.
How China Became a Sci-Fi Powerhouse
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yesterday at 23:42
Leigh Paul Clapham
yesterday at 17:50.
When it comes to combatting climate change, China should pick up where the United States, under Donald Trump, has left off. And it actually might.
Only China Can Save the Planet
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yesterday at 19:02
I get that you think some nation needs to assume the mantle of leadership on this, but calling on China to do it, isnt going to work. At least not as they are. Which is a nation that feels, and says, it is still a developing country willing to do whatever, to include heavy pollution, it needs to do to secure its manufacturing and industrial capacity.
yesterday at 22:14
I hate the america-centrism in the US-based media. If America is not doing something, it is as if they avoid mentioning Europe on purpose. The EU has been in the forefront of fighting carbon emissions for decades.
yesterday at 20:06
Stop buying thing from China will save China and the rest of world.The pollution is from abuse the our current resources from the earth! Let China have blue sky and fresh water; let US recovering from economics crisis from trade war; let the climate change slow down finally let the Mother Nature take some rest etc. If you think I am wrong about this, Just ignore me as stupid nonsense from a little corner of my humble hub.
yesterday at 17:10.
Deputy Assistant to the U.S. President Sebastian Gorka was once involved with far-right politicians in Hungary. He says he didn't realize they were far-right.
Trump Aide Reportedly Tied to Far-Right Hungarian Group
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yesterday at 17:27
He didn't realize this group was far-right, yet he gets very upset when no one seems to take his credentials as an anti-terrorism expert seriously. He has never published anything in a peer-reviewed journal about terrorism, and was arrested trying to take a gun through security at National Airport. Giving him the benefit of the doubt, he's completely clueless and unprepared to advise the White House on terrorism.
yesterday at 17:17
We Muslims of Australia have a problem with this hatemongering lady Pauline Hanson who is spreading hate for the religious minority endangering them, Australian government must act to protect it's residents.
yesterday at 17:26
"Far-right politician involved with other far-right politicians. Shocking news!"
yesterday at 16:40.
The box office failure of "The Great Wall," starring Matt Damon, highlights the persistent cultural divide between American and Chinese consumers.
Is the Search for a China-Hollywood Blockbuster Doomed?
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yesterday at 17:09
Why is this surprising that this movie sucked and has no appeal to audience anywhere?
China has a one party dictatorship that censors news, lock up dissidents and harass out of the box thinkers. There is no intellectual environment, no creative freedom, and freedom of thought in one party dictatorship which cannot even admit that Mao was a disaster and Tiananmen Square massacre happened.
Artistic relevance can only occur in a free society where intellectual speculation is possible.
yesterday at 17:01
I like Matt Damon, but it was a dumb premise for a story that required a level of suspension of disbelief most people don't have. If someone wants a China-Hollywood blockbuster, start with storytelling from simple common ground.
yesterday at 17:33
I believe the purpose of the movie, is just part of China's desire to control "the message". They bought AMC movie chain, and are expanding it into the world's largest movie distributor. In no time they will use their negotiating power to control and censor content. It may take years, but that's the plan.
yesterday at 16:05.
Australia has a serious carp overpopulation problem. The government's solution? Releasing a destructive strain of carp herpes into the wild.
Australia’s Plan to Unleash Carp Herpes Into The Wild Could Backfire, Scientists Warn
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yesterday at 16:14
Wait...unleashing a viral plague to get rid of an unwanted fish is alright, but people lose their minds over genetically modified sterile mosquitoes being released to kill off the most lethal creature on the planet (blood borne diseases)...?
Robert C Lawson
yesterday at 16:48
You know carp is a little rough and not much flavour but it is protein supplied in bulk too.
They are all edible.
They grow so fast on leaves bugs and other fish they could be used as fish farm food.
Or humans for that matter.
Protein is protein regardless of its source.
Ship it to china.
They are very !! Short on protein now since they destroyed all their coastal fisheries by overfishing and dragging the hell out of the bottom until it is a moonscape.
OOTB but WTH hey ?
Brian C Carrell
yesterday at 16:07
How f*cking stupid are you people? First I read that the government in the US is poisoning hogs and now Australia is giving fish herpes? You do realize that if there is a zombie apocalypse...people will hunt the politicians first.....way before dealing with the zombies.
yesterday at 15:20.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's aggressive nationalism is now spilling over Turkey's borders — and into the map room.
Turkey’s New Maps Are Reclaiming the Ottoman Empire
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Junaid S. Hayat
yesterday at 15:30
Turkey has no foreign bases, American Empire has over 1400 overseas military bases. Maybe, Foreign Policy should write a report on human rights' violation and environmental degradation caused by those bases, instead of criticizing Erdogan for no reason.
yesterday at 15:40
Let's not pretend like the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire and subsequent neglect of the Middle East isn't exactly the cause of how we got to where we are in the region today. A new Ottoman Empire would be wonderful.
yesterday at 17:08
Can you elaborate it what is the mean of aggressive nationalism??? I think someones have fear of butt due to Turkey's hard respond to the terrorists in syria and iraq...
yesterday at 15:01.
In America, the "deep state" is nothing more than an easy explanation for bureaucratic infighting. In Egypt and Turkey, it's actually real.
The Deep State Comes to America
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yesterday at 15:08
The deep state is a bit more than just that. It is the established system.. or previously established system trying to keep control of things. Itis anti-Democratic. The people ved for change. No one voted for most of these people who are trying to circumvent change.
Stephen Anthony Miller
yesterday at 15:19
Except you know all the conspiracies involving the American state which got provne to be true.
yesterday at 15:04
The rats are in the walls, time for some d-Con
yesterday at 14:15.
On Thursday, Donald Trump called efforts to deport “bad dudes” to Mexico a “military operation.” But Department of Homeland Security Director John Kelly said in Mexico there will be "no, repeat, no use of military force immigration operations."
Situation Report: Iraqi Army mobilizes to take back Mosul; Germany to add more troops; Trump and Kelly on different deportation pages; and a bit more
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yesterday at 14:39
It's kinda getting old really for our President, face of the state, voice of the people is constantly having to be corrected by members of his own administration. Seriously he either needs to do us all a favor and shut up or read more reports and rely less on faux news for his intel briefings.
yesterday at 14:21
Mobilizing to be destroyed by the lions of real Islam Insha'a Allah. Let the West to be prepared to a big shock for poking their noses in Muslim affairs.
Alaa Ali Mohammed
yesterday at 14:26
No.battle in Mosul and, who added troops knows that ISIS is fled out Iraq since a long time ago, who planted them there withdrew them out to another place
yesterday at 13:25.
Europe can't blame Trump for its long-running inability to take care of its own security.
Read the latest from FP's Stephen Walt:
It’s Time for Europe’s Militaries to Grow Up
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yesterday at 13:48
If you didn't have NATO, Europe would need something like it. However, NATO the shield has morphed over time to NATO the crutch. The current 'speaking truth to reality' is long overdue.
yesterday at 14:47
Second article in consecutive days from this place that finally makes sense. First it was the Obama dister of a foreign policy and now this one. Finally!
yesterday at 13:50
The last 10 years an anti-Russian hysteria is spreading in Europe. The Baltic and East European countries with the support of USA, Britain and Germany are calling for help against a Russian invansion. They push the countries to built bases and to buy new weapons.. And the only winner will be the American, German and British weapon industries..Buy American F-16 to save your country, buy German tanks and submarines to save your country.. Interesting
yesterday at 12:40.
The Trump administration seems to have several foreign policies, raising the question: who actually speaks on behalf of this White House?
The Worst and the Dimmest
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K K Mike Tang
yesterday at 14:13
Trump foreign policies will have different versions at different times for different reasons.. Conway version, Kushner version, Bannon version, Tillerson version, Mattis version, or else. It is more and more similar to the scenes in the Apprentice series.
yesterday at 13:27
Oh, silly, Dr. Michael Savage is who always speaks for Donald Trump. They test all political waters via his radio show & books.
yesterday at 13:07
Sadly, even if they are kicked out in four years' time, the damage they will have inflicted will be irreparable.