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The Korean Missile Crisis


Why Deterrence Is Still the Best Option Foreign Affairs By Scott D. Sagan 10 Septmber, 2017 It is time for the U.S. government to admit that it has failed to prevent North Korea from acquiring nuclear weapons and intercontinental ballistic missiles that can reach the United States. North Korea no ...

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Catalonia to hold independence vote despite anger in Madrid


Regional parliament passes referendum law as Spain’s national government calls move ‘constitutional atrocity’ The Guardian Sam Jones 6 September, 2017 The Spanish government has accused the Catalan parliament of committing a “constitutional and democratic atrocity” by approving legislation to allow next month’s bitterly disputed independence referendum to go ahead. On ...

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