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WWII And The United States Unease; Eduard Khan Phoenix,AZ Contact information

Eduard Khan Phoenix,AZ Contact information: "Eduard Khan
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By George Friedman We are at the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe. That victory did not usher in an era of universal peace. Rather, it introduced a new constellation of powers and a complex balance among them. Europe's great powers and empires declined, and the United States and the Soviet Union replaced them, performing an old dance to new musical instruments. Technology, geopolitics' companion, evolved dramatically as nuclear weapons, satellites and the microchip — among myriad wonders and horrors — changed not only the rules of war but also the circumstances under which war was possible. But one thing remained constant: Geopolitics, technology and war remained inseparable comrades. It is easy to say what World War II did not change, but what it did change is also important. The first thing that leaps to mind is the manner in which World…

Corruption Watch; Westwood; Englander Watch: Quid Pro Quo. Pay-to-Play. No Matter the Name, It Still Stinks

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CORRUPTION WATCH--I fear that today's shocking revelation in the Los Angeles Times about Mitchell Englander flying down to Arizona with a staff member for a Taser fundraiser, concurrent to the company seeking a major body worn video contract with our city, may be the tip of an iceberg. First of all it's not okay.  Regardless of the contorted logic and twisted thinking that the downtown lobbyists and their pack of lawyers will put forward, it is still not okay.   As for the council members who will come out to defend or may feel sympathy for Mr. Englander (photo), claiming that the disclosure requirements were too confusing, we ought to demand, as some of us have, that the Ethics ordinance be rewritten, immediately    And without any disrespect intended for Common Cause…

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