Category Archives: International Affairs

Guatemala President Resigns Amid Corruption Scandal

Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina resigns amid corruption scandal The corruption scandal, uncovered by prosecutors and a U.N. commission probing criminal networks in Guatemala, involved a scheme known as “La Linea,” or “The Line,” in which businesspeople paid bribes to … Continue reading

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Chosan Kef’s Find The Cure (4 Ebola) track

Download Chosan Kef’s “Find The Cure (4 Ebola)” featuring Miss Sierra Leone 2014 & Miss West Africa UK http://bit.ly/1y6q4eY My friend and rap artist Chosan Kef was born in Sierra Leone, raised in Great Britain and now lives and works … Continue reading

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Say No to military intervention in Syria

Congress must defeat President Obama’s War Powers resolution authorizing military action against the Assad regime in Syria. Continue reading

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CUSIB Applauds Appointment of Kevin Klose As RFE/RL President and CEO

The Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting (CUSIB – cusib.org) congratulates Kevin Klose upon his appointment to serve as Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) President and CEO. Continue reading

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Tweet from Nadia El-Awady (@NadiaE)

Interesting post critiquing Nigerians’ feelings towards Boston bombings in contrast to their numbness towards Boko Haram madness. http://t.co/ddnW2dGTkh (https://twitter.com/NadiaE/status/325868402344337408) Get the official Twitter app at https://twitter.com/download

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Sino-African media relations – Listening Post – Al Jazeera English

If this doesn’t alarm you, I don’t know what will. While our President and Congress dither over a fiscal cliff and gun control, Communist China is cleaning our clock in Africa. The economic re-colonization of Africa by a foreign power … Continue reading

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Will Obama Throw Hillary Under The Bus After State Dept. Meltdown at Benghazi Hearing?

The State Department mishandling of the situation in Benghazi Libya has hurt what many believe was President Obama’s strong suit — foreign policy. With Bill Clinton out stumping for him, Obama can’t throw Hillary under the bus. Mitt Romney will … Continue reading

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U.S. had early indications Libya attack tied to organized militants | Reuters

An American Ambassador can’t manage all the risks when posted aboard. The late Ambassador Chris Stevens probably knew this more than anyone. But after action reports and reviews are revealing the truth about the attack that led to Ambassador Stevens … Continue reading

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Review & Outlook: The Libya Debacle – WSJ.com

The Wall Street Journal opinion page’s Review & Outlook column is a must-read for those interested in what really happened in Benghazi, Libya earlier this month. The Obama Administration’s mischaracterization of the events that resulted in Ambassador Chris Stevens’ death … Continue reading

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Former Navy SEALs died after coming to the aid of others – CNN.com

As we put time and distance between the events of September 11, 2012 in Benghazi, Libya, the clearer we understand what transpired that day. We now know that Ambassador Chris Stevens, who perished, traveled in an armored vehicle and had, … Continue reading

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