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andrew-q-lam's picture
Dec.15.2012
l New America Media, News Analysis, Andrew Lam, Posted: Dec 17, 2012 Five years ago the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) described the Iraqi refugee crisis as “the largest long-term population movement in the Middle East since the displacement of Palestinians...
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Jul.17.2012
The headline from Bloomberg was a bleep in last month’s news cycle: “Cam Ranh Bay Lures Panetta Seeking Return To Vietnam Port.” But that bleep has become something of a Yellow Alert in Southeast Asia, with this new headline—“Clinton Landmark Visit to Laos.”  If Secretary of...
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Apr.17.2011
The fall of Rome may not have been due to homosexuality, but must gay rights groups protest against such an assertion? Italian historian Roberto De Mattei has said: “The collapse of the Roman Empire and the arrival of the Barbarians was due to the spread of homosexuality. The Roman...
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Nov.29.2009
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 16 The Stone that the builders rejected The true story account of Nimrod’s reign and first world empire is profound.  It is this act of building a tower to heaven that spawned many religions across the globe.  I would go as far as to say that it is the...
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Nov.08.2009
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 13 There is an admiration of Greek culture in today’s society and has long been acclaimed for its influences on western civilization.  The Athenian empire was established with the triumph over Persian King Xerxes and ended after the battle of Corinth...
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Oct.26.2009
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 11 Empires The first world empire according to record is the Babylonian empire under King Nebuchadnezzar in (August of 605 B.C.) the residue of real estate remaining is modern day Iraq. The second empire consisted of the global domination of the Medes...