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Libyan media and challenges for the next stage

by Ahmed Elahgal Mr. Elahgal a member of the politicalwork team of Dr. Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi, and media adviser. Through this article, we proceed in our conversation about the Libyan media, and the challenges of the next stage by knowing the duty, and what is necessary in the context of a turbulent arena dealing with the Read More…

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A Racist Tax Cripples A Country: Iranian Influence Has Destroyed Yemen, Western Media Failed To Tell The Truth

By Benjamin Minick | @TimberwolfP I recently had the great pleasure of taking part in an online symposium discussing the ongoing situation in Yemen. A little covered fact in western journalism is the Houthi. The mainstream media in the U.S. seems to be a tad bit confused so there is a great need for clarification. Read More…

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‏European scene and its implications ‏On the situation in Libya and the Middle East

by Ahmed Elahgal Mr. Elahgal a member of the politicalwork team of Dr. Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi, and media adviser. ‏The political and governance crises and the accompanying pressures facing the European Union seem to be a celebration in 2020 until their effects extend to North Africa, especially Libya, where Europe lives in a crisis situation in Read More…

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The knot is not only in the controller ?? !!

by Ahmed Elahgal Mr. Elahgal a member of the politicalwork team of Dr. Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi, and media adviser. In recent years, the Arab media scene has been covered with highly complex equivalents. I see, as some people see, the media played a pivotal role in the political tremors that swept the Arab region when the Read More…

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Hong Kong Wants to Find a Seat In The Freeworld

By Dr. Reza Parchizadeh The Hong Kong of Western Imaginaire is a Neo-Orientalist escapeland of densely populated alleyways and streets amidst cramped high-rise structures that are buried under flickering fluorescent tubes, neon lights and colorful Cantonese ideograms; and of rusty British double-deckers crisscrossing the sleepless city and its lush vicinity; and of dangerously low-flying planes Read More…

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No Way Out: Watergate Redux- Stefan Halper Arranges a Meet Cute with the Films of the 70’s-

By: Susan D. Nim Please note: The author reserves all publishing and all other media rights, including, but not limited to, film, internet, and virtual reality. “I bought All the President’s Men.  Figured I needed to brush up on Watergate.” Lisa Page to Peter Strzok, November 13, 2016. “Finally, two pages away from finishing [All Read More…

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USAF To Phase Out B-1 And B-2 For B-21 Raider And B-52 Stratofortress

By Benjamin Minick |@TimberwolfP03/05/20 AT 9:01 AM IBT he U.S. Air Force fighters instill fear in enemies all over the world. So why would the force consider reducing its active fleet to only two bombers?   The current aircraft have outlived their usefulness when it comes to the modern battlefield. Chief among the reasons is their flight hours. Read More…

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US Navy’s CLAWS Program Aims To Arm Autonomous Submarines With Live Weapons

By Benjamin Minick|@TimberwolfP03/13/20 AT 5:20 AM IBT efense giant Boeing has been developing the Orca autonomous submarines for the U.S. Navy purposes for quite some time now. These are projected as soon-to-be replacements for the current autonomous submarines used by the Navy. These submarines are being designed to handle automated tasks and free up sailors.   Read More…

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USS Kennedy Gets Its First Sailors As Navy Prepares For Delivery Of Newest Carrier

By Benjamin Minick @TimberwolfP03/13/20 AT 7:02 AM IBT he U.S. Navy is anticipating the delivery of its newest aircraft carrier, the John Fitzgerald Kennedy, otherwise known as CVN-79. The nuclear-powered carrier, which is currently being constructed by Huntington Ingalls in Newport News, Virginia, has been ahead of schedule and under budget. A report by Defense Connect indicates that U.S. Navy Read More…