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Must-See Celebrity News for July 3: Karlie Kloss opens up about her relationship with the Trump Administration after marrying Joshua Kushner and more..

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Italy’s populists gain upper hand in EU fight  POLITICO.eu

Rome strengthens its hand amid empty budget threats and political deadlock in Brussels.

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Blogs from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): The FBI News Review: “fbi” – Google News: FBI: Burlington man told informant he wanted to shoot up federal building – WXII12 Winston-Salem

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TROOPERS SAY A JEEP CROSSED THE CENTER LINE AND CRASHED INTO ANOTHER VEHICLE. TWO PEOPLE WERE AIRLIFTED TO WAKE FOREST BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER. AN AMBULANCE TOOK AT THIRD PERSON TO A HOSPITAL IN CONCORD.
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FBI seeking victims of alleged serial predator A Lakeway man faces more than 500 years in federal prison. He’s indicted for producing, distributing and possessing child pornography.
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Sometimes it is the quiet, elusive ones who come back to haunt you. And for ex-special prosecutor Robert Mueller, one of those might be a Russian billionaire named Oleg Deripaska. The oligarch who once controlled Russia’s largest aluminum empire has been an international man of intrigue in the now-completed and disproven Trump collusion investigation.
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by NORML July 2, 2019 On Wednesday, July 10th, the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security will hold a hearing entitled “Marijuana Laws in America: Racial Justice and the Need for Reform” to discuss pathways forward as the Congress prepares for a substantial shift in public policy.
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Eurasia Review: ASEAN Economic Outlook 2019: Changing Skies? – Analysis

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As 2019 passes the halfway mark, with the end of the 34th ASEAN Summit in Bangkok, the regional grouping faces intensified risks on the trade front. Boosting the bloc’s economic resilience in response will require not just new plans, but solid implementation of them.

By Amalina Anuar*

Despite the turbulence rocking the global economy, ASEAN has fared relatively well so far. In the first quarter of 2019, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam recorded 5.1%, 4.5% and 6.8% growth respectively.

But as some risks dim and others intensify, it remains to be seen
whether ASEAN can continue to show a stable economic performance. In
January, two of ASEAN’s biggest headwinds were the US-China trade war and interest rate hikes in developed economies. These have heightened global uncertainties.

Out of the Frying Pan

Since then, escalating trade and geo-economic tensions have resulted
in an even more uncertain investment climate. Consequently, however,
mounting tensions have also put a pause on interest rate hikes as the US
Federal Reserve and European Central Bank aim to support markets.

Interest rate hikes in developed economies can trigger capital flight
from Southeast Asia, wherein investors pull out to chase higher returns
elsewhere. However, such prospects are dimmer at this point. With the
risk of capital flight being dialled down due to lower interest rates
elsewhere, ASEAN policymakers also have more room to ease their own
interest rates in turn, allowing for boosted lending and growth.

But while headwinds have weakened in some aspects, they have
intensified in others. No end for the trade war is yet in sight.
Cautious optimism is necessary: US-China talks have since resumed at June’s G20 Osaka meeting, after breaking down just a month earlier.

Yet geostrategic considerations and conflicts over China’s state
capitalism model still loom over the fate of these discussions. Even if
negotiations succeed, those same concerns could throw the sustainability
of a trade truce into question.

Into the Fire?

Most, if not all, ASEAN members have been caught in the fray. Our
global trade analysis exercise, which projects the impact of trade
shocks on GDP, shows that these economies will see a neutral and/or
positive impact from the US-China trade tensions.

Due to the trade diversion effect in which businesses relocate their
manufacturing facilities and activities from China to other low-cost
countries, Vietnam and Cambodia in particular could take advantage of
these developments.

However, there are caveats. Focusing on the impact of tariffs on
trade alone overlooks the dampening effects market panic and uncertainty
have had on investment.

Plus, trade tensions may yet spread. While further tariffs to the tune of 25% on another USD300 billion worth of Chinese imports are threatened, Sino-US trade only accounts for 3% of global trade.

The Bigger Picture

Tariffs on trade in automobiles, which the Trump administration has so far delayed, would send larger shocks through the global economy since trade in cars constitutes 8% of global trade.
Given that global value chains for automobiles are spread out across
many economies in several regions, including ASEAN and the Asia-Pacific,
the fallout of this worst case scenario, especially in stymied
investments, will be far-reaching if realised.

The effects of long-term US-China economic decoupling, as both major
powers recalibrate their relations, also add more nuance to the bigger
picture. Actions to sever the connectivity and interdependence
undergirding globalisation could have several ramifications.

For example, global supply chains, which are being reoriented even
now, could be divided between different economic spheres. Blocking
exchanges of goods, services, people and ideas also undermines trade,
innovation, as well as research and development. This may not bode well
as the world transitions further into a hyper-connected digital age.

Building Bulwarks

As trade with external markets stumble, it is increasingly important
for ASEAN to tap on servicing intra-regional markets and Asia’s rising
middle class. Additionally, it must strengthen its position as an
attractive single market.

Singapore as 2018 ASEAN Chair provided the bloc with stronger
footing, especially vis-à-vis trade. For instance, Singapore’s work in
finalising several chapters of the Regional Comprehensive Economic
Partnership (RCEP) expedited talks for the ASEAN-led mega-free trade
agreement that includes emerging economic powerhouses China and India.

Meanwhile, the ASEAN e-Commerce Agreement signed last year should
facilitate growth in ASEAN’s digital economy, valued at USD240 billion
by 2025. Other
trade-facilitative measures were also notched under ASEAN’s belt last
year, including the launch of the ASEAN Single Window for faster customs
clearance regionally.

Building upon these foundations is key. Notably, Thailand as this
year’s ASEAN Chair has made concluding the Digital Integration Framework
Action Plan and launching the ASEAN Innovation Roadmap, among other
things, part of its deliverables.

This should augur well for ASEAN economic growth and resilience, if
Thailand can deliver on these agendas despite the uncertainty roiling
its domestic politics. The Thai Cabinet has yet to be selected. Without
an experienced hand helming the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bangkok may
have an even harder time organising November’s ASEAN Summit and pushing
forth the ASEAN agenda before the year’s end.

Walking the Walk

Implementation then, whether for new initiatives or existing agendas, remains ASEAN’s biggest hurdle.

Work still needs to be done in reducing the number of non-tariff
barriers to facilitate trade and investment in the ASEAN Economic
Community. Whether RCEP parties can conclude the negotiations this year
as intended also remains to be seen, considering that no new chapters
have been concluded due to alleged hostage taking.
Some chapters are close to being settled, but those conclusions have
been blocked by some members unless they receive concessions on other
disciplines.

Furthermore, while these agendas are already challenging, they become
arguably more so amidst geostrategic disruption of trade and business
as usual. The ASEAN Indo-Pacific framework recently coined at the 34th
ASEAN Summit sends a positive signal vis-à-vis commitments to
neutrality.

Even if the strong continue doing what they will, putting this
framework into practice and ensuring that bilateral relations with major
powers reinforce this neutrality will be essential to ASEAN’s continued
efforts at determining its own destiny.

Time, however, is of the essence. Strengthening ASEAN resilience to
protect against risks, and boosting its economic appeal, must happen
sooner rather than later. To that end, ASEAN and its partners must not
only continue and design old and new plans respectively, but realise
them to a greater extent too.

*Amalina Anuar is a Research Analyst with the Centre for Multilateralism Studies (CMS) at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore.

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Eurasia Review: The Practical Symbolism Of Sanctions On Iran’s Supreme Leader – OpEd

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Ever since US President Donald Trump imposed sanctions on Iran’s supreme leader last week, there has been some debate about what, if any practical effect the measures would have. Some outlets described them as purely symbolic, while others noted that Ali Khamenei stands at the head of a 200 billion dollar financial empire, which cannot possibly function in complete isolation from American businesses and financial institutions

In detailing the sanctions to the press last Monday, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin stated that they would “lock up literally billions of dollars more of assets.” He also specifically rejected the notion that their symbolism exceeds their substance, as well as the notion that they would have no impact on prospects for negotiation in the wake of Khamenei’s insistence that the Iranian regime is unwilling to talk to the US.

That defiance is certainly nothing new. Even after giving his tacit approval for the 2015 nuclear deal, the supreme leader continued to speak out against the diplomacy that underlay them. Within months of its signing, he said in a speech, “Our problems with America… are not solved through negotiations. Addressing a variety of regime officials and supporters on August 1, 2016, he said, “You should know that it is not possible to negotiate with this enemy. The reason why I have been repeating for many years that we will not negotiate with America is this.”

Of course, the nuclear deal showed that negotiations are technically possible. More to the point, it showed that serious economic pressure can indeed force the regime to the negotiating table. But Khamenei’s subsequent comments support President Trump’s decision to pull out of that agreement.

The supreme leader’s apparent disavowal of the nuclear deal is particularly alarming when one considers the weaknesses cited by the White House in pulling out last year. It placed no limits on Tehran’s nuclear program and did nothing to address its imperial aspirations in the region. Neither did it provide any long-term guarantee of Iranian compliance with the restrictions on its nuclear enrichment. The regime already violated stockpile limits put in place by the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, within weeks of demanding that the European Union help to mitigate the effects of US sanctions.

Fortunately, the EU took no such action. Yet its leadership apparently remains unconvinced of the need to put additional pressure on Tehran over nuclear development as well as other issues. Or perhaps the Europeans are being held back by doubts over the practical effects of a still-expanding list of sanctions. If this is the case, the regime’s latest actions should be reason enough to abandon those doubts.

In fact, many of Iran’s recent protests have entailed much broader statements of opposition to the existing government than had been familiar for most of the regime’s 40-year history. Like the latest US sanctions, the protesters have taken specific aim at Supreme Leader Khamenei, in the form of slogans like “death to the dictator.” In this context, it bears mentioning that while the sanctions will probably continue to cut off more and more of Iran’s access to foreign capital, their oft-dismissed symbolic effects are actually practical in their own right. They help to motivate even more anti-government sentiment inside the Islamic Republic while giving the activist community reason to believe they have support among the international community.

Notably, the leaders of Iran’s democratic opposition movement share this perception of the sanctions’ dual purpose. Maryam Rajavi, the leader of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, was quick to issue a statement praising the Trump administration’s targeting of Khamenei and a number of officers in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. She described those measures as “spot on and most imperative,” in light of the central role played by the supreme leader’s office in the proliferation of both domestic corruption and international terrorism.

Rajavi went on to urge the US and its allies to extend financial pressure to the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence and Security, as well. In so doing, she said, the democratic nations of the world would go a long way toward conclusively undermining the regime’s efforts at blocking “the uprising for a Free Iran.” The world saw a hint of that uprising at the beginning of 2018, when the call for “death to the dictator” spread across more than 100 Iranian cities and towns. The subsequent violent repression of that movement underscored the fact that Tehran is no more interested in negotiating with its own people than it is in negotiating with the US.

In the face of such defiant resistance to change, Western policymakers should set their sights on something higher than negotiations. Symbolically, sanctions on the supreme leader may show that the US is doing just that. The previous presidential administration reportedly declined to impose those same sanctions out of fear of lending credence to Tehran’s allegations that the US was pursuing regime change. The Trump administration, it seems, is unconcerned with those allegations. And perhaps part of the reason for this is because it appears increasingly likely that regime change will actually be achieved in Iran, without direct intervention from outside its borders.

*Hamid Enayat is an Iranian human rights activist and analyst based in Europe.

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Trump Investigations from Michael_Novakhov (96 sites): 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): Palmer Report: Kellyanne Conway circles the drain

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Yesterday, several politicians managed to get inside one of Donald Trump’s immigrant concentration camps, and some of them publicly shared their findings: the conditions inside the camps are utterly abominable and not compatible with human life. Trump is still largely pretending his camps don’t exist, but Kellyanne Conway decided to try to defend the camps today by lying about them. Suffice it to say that it didn’t go particularly well for her.



One of the politicians who exposed the horrid conditions in Trump’s concentration camps yesterday was Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who revealed that some of the immigrants were being forced to drink toilet water. Kellyanne Conway tried to push back against this by simply announcing that AOC is lying. This is remarkable, considering that AOC has no track record of lying, while Kellyanne has a consistent track record of constantly lying.




This prompted Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to fire back in fierce fashion: “How many migrant women has Kellyanne Conway touched? Hugged? Sat on a concrete floor with? Actually listened to? The answer is none. Her actions show she doesn’t believe all human beings are worthy of basic dignity. That‘s why she defends & muddies the clear and indefensible.”


This all came even as the Homeland Security Inspector General publicly confirmed today that the conditions inside Donald Trump’s immigrant camps are indeed nightmarish. The IG found that the camps suffer from serious overcrowding, not enough food to feed everyone, and detainees begging not to be taken back to their inhumane cells. In other words, Trump is indeed running hellish concentration camps, and Kellyanne Conway is doing the devil’s work by lying about it all.



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4 injured after shooting at Bay Area mall  KCRA Sacramento

Four people were injured Tuesday after shooting at a Bay Area mall, officials said.

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“fbi” – Google News: Native Americans rally behind case alleging FBI bias – Great Falls Tribune

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Native Americans rally behind case alleging FBI bias  Great Falls Tribune

Steven Bearcrane’s family say his 2004 death shows how the FBI provides fewer law-enforcement services for Native Americans.

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Trump Investigations from Michael_Novakhov (96 sites): realDonaldTrump on Twitter: I am pleased to announce that it is my intention to nominate Judy Shelton, Ph. D., U.S. Executive Dir, European Bank of Reconstruction & Development. Judy is a Founding Member of the board of directors of Empower America and has served on the board of directors of Hilton Hotels.

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I am pleased to announce that it is my intention to nominate Judy Shelton, Ph. D., U.S. Executive Dir, European Bank of Reconstruction & Development. Judy is a Founding Member of the board of directors of Empower America and has served on the board of directors of Hilton Hotels.


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Trump Investigations from Michael_Novakhov (96 sites): realDonaldTrump on Twitter: ….Prior to his current position, Christopher served as a professor and Chair of Economics at Notre Dame.

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….Prior to his current position, Christopher served as a professor and Chair of Economics at Notre Dame.


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Trump Investigations from Michael_Novakhov (96 sites): realDonaldTrump on Twitter: I am pleased to announce that it is my intention to nominate Christopher Waller, Ph. D., Executive VP and Director of Research, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Missouri, to be on the board of the Federal Reserve….

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I am pleased to announce that it is my intention to nominate Christopher Waller, Ph. D., Executive VP and Director of Research, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Missouri, to be on the board of the Federal Reserve….


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Trump Investigations from Michael_Novakhov (96 sites): “wilbur ross” – Google News: Trump administration backs down over controversial census citizenship question – follow live – The Guardian

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Trump administration backs down over controversial census citizenship question – follow live  The Guardian

Trump administration confirmed the 2020 census questionnaire will be printed without questions regarding citizenship status.

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Trump administration drops citizenship question from 2020 census WNWO NBC 24The Trump administration says the 2020 Census questionnaire is moving ahead without a question about citizenship.
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“The fact that migrants can be subjected to such conditions, such torture, such deliberate torture, is a symptom, a consequence of the culture of deliberate contempt that starts at the top with our president,” Nadler said.
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WICHITA, Kan. — Kansas drivers can no longer be charged with a crime for refusing a field sobriety test under a new state law. The Wichita Eagle reported that a change in state law that took effect Monday means police can’t ticket suspected drivers for not taking the test, but refusal to comply comes with a yearlong license suspension — the same as the longest suspension for failing a breathalyzer or blood test.
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“house judiciary committee” – Google News: Catholic archdiocese sues insurers over future abuse claims – WPEC

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Catholic archdiocese sues insurers over future abuse claims WPECNEW YORK (AP) — The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York has sued more than two dozen insurance companies, seeking to compel them to cover …
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“fbi criticism” – Google News: Jack Evans dodges ethics questions at DC Council meeting he requested to answer them – WTOP

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Jack Evans struggled Tuesday to convince his D.C. Council colleagues that he should keep his powerful role as Finance Committee chairman. Days after resigning from the Metro Board due to ethics issues, and less than two weeks after federal agents raided his home, Jack Evans struggled Tuesday to convince his D.C.
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“Peter Strzok” – Google News: ‘Fear and the paralysis is the point’: Former federal prosecutor warns Trump will bully and intimidate any DOJ officials who investigate him – AlterNet

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In his July 2 column for USA Today, former federal prosecutor Michael J. Stern describes a pattern in which President Donald Trump — with the help of Attorney General William Barr — has gone about trying to bully and intimate any U.S.
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Blogs from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): The FBI News Review: “house judiciary committee” – Google News: Apple Tops the List of Tech Stock Holdings by Key Regulatory Figures in Congress – Morning Consult

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“house judiciary committee” – Google News: Apple Tops the List of Tech Stock Holdings by Key Regulatory Figures in Congress – Morning Consult
“house judiciary committee” – Google News: Congressional Dems say Title VII ‘makes clear’ anti-LGBT discrimination unlawful – Washington Blade
“fbi surveillance” – Google News: UN investigator calls for spy tech sales ban on Riyadh – Anadolu Agency
“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Five Armed Robberies Linked To Evanston Man On Probation: FBI – Evanston, IL Patch
“house judiciary committee” – Google News: 9/11 first responder Luis Alvarez to be laid to rest Wednesday – PIX11 New York

“house judiciary committee” – Google News: Apple Tops the List of Tech Stock Holdings by Key Regulatory Figures in Congress – Morning Consult

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One way to avoid the appearance of a conflict of interest while still being able to participate in the public markets is to set up a qualified blind trust, an arrangement where a trustee makes financial decisions for a fund that are not disclosed to the owner.
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“house judiciary committee” – Google News: Congressional Dems say Title VII ‘makes clear’ anti-LGBT discrimination unlawful – Washington Blade

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Congressional Dems says Title VII “makes clear” anti-LGBT discrimination is unlawful. (Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key)A group of 151 congressional Democrats — 113 House members and 38 senators — have signed a legal brief insisting Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 “makes clear that workplace discrimination based on an individual’s sexual orientation or gender identity is unlawful.”
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“fbi surveillance” – Google News: UN investigator calls for spy tech sales ban on Riyadh – Anadolu Agency

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WASHINGTON The UN special rapporteur for extrajudicial killings on Tuesday called for a moratorium on selling surveillance technology to Saudi Arabia over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
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“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Five Armed Robberies Linked To Evanston Man On Probation: FBI – Evanston, IL Patch

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EVANSTON, IL — An Evanston man has been accused of carrying out a string of armed robberies in the north suburbs while on supervised release following his conviction on federal counterfeiting charges.
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“house judiciary committee” – Google News: 9/11 first responder Luis Alvarez to be laid to rest Wednesday – PIX11 New York

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NEW YORK — Luis Alvarez, a former NYPD detective and 9/11 first responder, will be laid to rest Wednesday. Luis Alvare, a former NYPD detective and 9/11 first responder, died Saturday, following a battle with cancer blamed on 9/11-related illnesses.
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“cia” – Google News: Signal Watch: Percentage Price Oscillator is Below the Signal for Cia DE Saneamento Basico Do Estado (SBS) – Stock Minute

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Signal Watch: Percentage Price Oscillator is Below the Signal for Cia DE Saneamento Basico Do Estado (SBS)  Stock Minute

Watching the signals on shares of Cia DE Saneamento Basico Do Estado (SBS), we note that the PPO is currently below the signal line. Technical traders might …

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“cia” – Google News: Highly Recommended Books for 2019 Summer Reading – Common Dreams

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Highly Recommended Books for 2019 Summer Reading  Common Dreams

The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power by Shoshana Zuboff (PublicAffairs, 2019): You’re already …

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“counterintelligence” – Google News: Pompeo Vows Support for Venezuela’s Guaido ahead of March – Naharnet

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Pompeo Vows Support for Venezuela’s Guaido ahead of March  Naharnet

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo promised “unwavering” support Tuesday to Venezuela’s embattled opposition leader Juan Guaido as he prepares a new …

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“military intelligence counterintelligence” – Google News: Pompeo Vows Support for Venezuela’s Guaido ahead of March – Naharnet

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Pompeo Vows Support for Venezuela’s Guaido ahead of March  Naharnet

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