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THE RISE OF PUTIN AND THE PROBABILITY OF A NEW COLD WAR – UPDATE

THE RISE OF PUTIN AND THE PROBABILITY OF A NEW COLD WAR   BY   WALTER J. BOYNE Original Publish date of  March 31, 2012 Due to current Russian, Ukraine Tensions and recent Russian military posturing, this feature article is timely and of International interest for republishing, February 1, 2015.   It is amazing the way our politically democracy grabs at straws no matter how small or evanescent. The recent demonstrations of opposition to the “election” of Read more [...]

THE RISE OF PUTIN AND THE PROBABILITY OF A NEW COLD WAR

   ← Researcher Recalls Glenn, Friendship 7 Cyber Warfare: Warfare without Violence → THE RISE OF PUTIN AND THE PROBABILITY OF A NEW COLD WAR Originally posted on March 31, 2012 // Note: It is timely to revisit this feature regarding Russia's leader and his warlike rhetoric of late and his military aggression and presence in The Ukraine. BY WALTER J. BOYNE It is amazing the way our politically democracy grabs at straws no matter how small or evanescent. The recent Read more [...]

THE RISE OF PUTIN AND THE PROBABILITY OF A NEW COLD WAR

THE RISE OF PUTIN AND THE PROBABILITY OF A NEW COLD WAR   BY WALTER J. BOYNE Original Publish date of March 31, 2012 Due to current Russian, Ukraine Tensions, this feature article is timely and of International interest for republishing, March 3, 2014.   It is amazing the way our politically democracy grabs at straws no matter how small or evanescent. The recent demonstrations of opposition to the "election" of Vladimir Putin to becoming once again Russia’s President are being hailed by Read more [...]

Battle Stations – B52 Stratofortress

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THE RISE OF PUTIN AND THE PROBABILITY OF A NEW COLD WAR

It is amazing the way our politically democracy grabs at straws no matter how small or evanescent. The recent demonstrations of opposition to the "election" of Vladimir Putin to becoming once again Russia’s President are being hailed by optimistic onlookers as a form of "Russian Spring" just as the same people hailed the "Arab Spring" in the uprisings in the Middle East. Read more [...]