Friday, January 25, 2019

Global Security Newsletter // January 25

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January 25, 2019
War Against Iran Becoming Ever More Likely - Common Dreams
Bolton: US has 'special responsibility' to back Venezuelan opposition leader | TheHill - The Hill
Connecticut Professor Fired For Nazi Salute – The Forward - Forward
Illinois governor opens up about his family's immigrant past - Heritage Florida Jewish News
1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): FOX News: Moon discovery: Ancient 4-billion-year-old relic found on lunar surface

War Against Iran Becoming Ever More Likely - Common Dreams

Common Dreams
Donald Trump’s domestic troubles, combined with the current makeup of his foreign policy team, provide a confluence of circumstances, perhaps a perfect storm, to pull the United States into a war with Iran.
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Bolton: US has 'special responsibility' to back Venezuelan opposition leader | TheHill - The Hill

The Hill
National security adviser John Bolton said Thursday that the U.S. has a "special responsibility" to support the opposition to Nicolás Maduro's government in Venezuela, compared to other nations with authoritarian leaders.
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Connecticut Professor Fired For Nazi Salute – The Forward - Forward

Forward
Housatonic Community College (JTA) — A community college in Connecticut fired a business professor who gave a Nazi salute at a faculty meeting days after the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.
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Illinois governor opens up about his family's immigrant past - Heritage Florida Jewish News

Heritage Florida Jewish News
(JTA)—J.B. Pritzker’s great-grandfather slept in a train station on his first night in Chicago. Now his billionaire descendant is about to become the governor of Illinois. Pritzker, a Jewish venture capitalist and Democrat, defeated the Republican incumbent, Bruce Rauner, in the November election.
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1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): FOX News: Moon discovery: Ancient 4-billion-year-old relic found on lunar surface

Global Security News from Michael_Novakhov (27 sites)
A team of scientists discovered a rock sample returned from the Apollo 14 mission to the moon that included a fragment that is believed to have originated on Earth, and could be the oldest Earth rock ever found.
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