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First US Ebola Patient Dies – Thoughts and Analysis.

On Fox News, we read: The Liberian man diagnosed with Ebola last month just days after arriving in Texas has died after nearly two weeks in a Dallas hospital’s isolation room, officials confirmed. Thomas Eric Duncan, believed to be 42,  who became the first person diagnosed with the killer virus on American soil during the […]

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The BRICS Bank: An International Anti-Dollar Alliance?

In a New York Times editorial, we read: On July 15, the leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa — the BRICS group of nations — announced the creation of the New Development Bank aimed at challenging the American-led global economic order. The United States and Europe should take note that these nations […]

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Meanwhile, In Libya…

While the world remains focused on the Ukrainian Crisis, Libya continues to toil in a never-ending cycle of violence and mass civil disturbance. Since the collapse of Muammar Gaddafi’s dictatorship nearly three years ago, Libya has seen a string of cobbled-together coalition governments come and go amidst constant barrages of violence in the streets. As […]

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War Dums: South Sudan Ethnic Violence Threatens Civil War.

South Sudan, long known as a regional hotbed of violence and terror, has recently exploded into even more furor than usual. South Sudan is the world’s newest nation, having been founded by national referendum in 2011, and has continuously grappled with what could already be called a low-intensity civil war ever since. The root of […]

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