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... at relatively short notice. But the VOA only mentions two of those nations as dangers: Iran and North Korea. What about the other 38? Apparently, in this age of a "what-me-worry" president, we ...
Wednesday, 12 January 2005
... III Corps was then known as the "Phantom Corps" for its surprise attacks and liberation of 100 French towns and villages while taking 225,000 German prisoners. During the Korean and Vietnam wars, III Corps ...
Monday, 10 January 2005
... could be more frank and less diplomatic than they were in drafting the National Security Strategy. Back in 2000, they clearly identified Iran, Iraq and North Korea as primary short-term targets, well before ...
Saturday, 08 January 2005
... of South East Asian Nations, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, New Zealand and the United States to the aid summit along with the U.N., World Bank and other agencies. Analysts ...
Thursday, 30 December 2004
... calendar of some of the more delightful things to look forward to. JANUARY 5: Bush announces that Iran, Syria, North Korea, Sudan and Cuba all possess weapons of mass destruction, are an imminent threat ...
Sunday, 19 December 2004
Gangsters Without Borders

(International/Justice News)
... Korea and the BushesConsortiumnews.com, Oct. 11, 2000 Rev. Moon, the Bushes and Donald RumsfeldConsortiumnews.com, Jan. 3, 2001 The Dark Side of Rev. Moon: Hooking George BushConsortiumnews.com, 1997 ...
Thursday, 25 November 2004
Giving George a Chile Reception

(International/Justice News)
... globalization." Bush spent much of his time in Santiago trying to bludgeon the other twenty heads of state into endorsing his war-mongering schemes for going after North Korea and Iran for their alleged ...
Tuesday, 23 November 2004
... skills would be brought in from around the world, as is normally the case. Oil rigs would be constructed where labour is cheapest and the facilities exist, likely in South Korea or China. The North American ...
Sunday, 21 November 2004
APEC summit triggers protests in Santiago

(International/Justice News)
... of Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Canada and Russia.The APEC forum has sparked days of clashes between demonstrators and police. Many of the protests have centered o­n downtown Santiago, miles from ...
Saturday, 20 November 2004
... England, Ethiopia, Germany, Ghana, Guatemala, Haiti, India, Iraq, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Nepal, New Zealand, Nigeria, North Korea, Peru, Romania, Rwanda, Scotland, Singapore, S. African, S. Korea, Swaziland, ...
Wednesday, 17 November 2004
1. Victoria Peace Coalition - meeting - Nov 15th 2. Movie Monday - The Snow Walker - Nov 15th 3. Shock Corridor Cinema - David Lynch - Nov 16th 4. Public Administration - seminar - Nov 16th 5. ...
Monday, 15 November 2004
... to American wars. Most of those monuments are flat white stone, virtuous, imperial and unreflective. Some, such as the rows of soldiers honouring those who served in the Korean War, are blandly literal. ...
Friday, 12 November 2004
'World Values' A Neo-Con Wish List

(International/Justice News)
... North Korea. The list's author, Frank Gaffney, the founder and president of the Center for Security Policy (CSP), also warns that Bush should resist any pressure arising from the anticipated demise ...
Saturday, 06 November 2004
Some Terrorists... Faloojah Exodus

(International/Justice News)
... he has legs. As soon as the debacle in Falloojeh is over, Zarqawi will just move conveniently to Iran, Syria or even North Korea.As for the ?peace talks? with Falloojeh- they never existed. They?ve been ...
Thursday, 04 November 2004
... to Genoa, Quebec, South Africa and Korea. November 2nd 7:00 pm 706 Clark, Vancouver Co-directors RickRowley and Jacquie Soohen will be present for discussion and Q&A. Showing Tuesday, ...
Tuesday, 02 November 2004
... another state if the US perceives the state to be a threat (ix) Do you believe that there is such a thing as the "Axis of Evil" (x) Do you believe that Iran, Iraq and Korea are on the axis of ...
Sunday, 24 October 2004
... ICBMs that North Korea or Iran might initially deploy, a boost-phase defense would have limited use due to the requirement that interceptors be based close to potential missile flight paths. Only two to ...
Monday, 18 October 2004
... than the charred bodies in Fallujah. These were the start of a wave of kidnappings and killings of foreigners, most of them businesspeople, from a rainbow of nations: South Korea, Italy, China, Nepal, ...
Friday, 15 October 2004
Pakistan Tests Nuclear Capable Missile

(International/Justice News)
... to be based o­n North Korea's Nodong missile. The analysts recall that it is five years since India and then Pakistan conducted underground nuclear tests in 1998. They triggered howls of international ...
Tuesday, 12 October 2004
... is a community Korean Support Group out there. I am sketchy on details, but will be receiving more information soon. If you know of a Korean Support Group or someone that speaks Korean that would be ...
Tuesday, 05 October 2004
... from North Korea and other possible threats in the western Pacific, arise from problems during high-profile tests. In testing, which critics deride as highly scripted, the interceptors have gone five-for-eight ...
Tuesday, 05 October 2004
... use it." The missile shield is designed to counter a small-scale attack by countries such as North Korea or Iran, as well as accidental missile launches by Russia and China. But Postol said it is unlikely ...
Sunday, 03 October 2004
... North Korean nuclear aspirations, Bush has not been sufficiently experienced to drive the government to an effective decision. Senator Kerry's international experience means he can hit the ground running. ...
Saturday, 02 October 2004
... touring ensemble having performed in China, Hong Kong, Finland, Russia, Ukraine, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Korea, Japan, Germany, France, the Czech Republic, Mexico and Taiwan. For further ...
Wednesday, 29 September 2004
U.S. deserters and reduced tours of duty

(International/Justice News)
... been in South Korea, where soldiers serve for o­ne year. The 12-month deployment was introduced last year after the end of major combat operations in Iraq, when a vigorous insurgency persuaded the ...
Monday, 27 September 2004
"The United States and Japan have detected signs that North Korea is preparing to launch a ballistic missile capable of reaching almost anywhere in Japan...""Japan's defense ministry o­n Tuesday ...
Thursday, 23 September 2004
... and Haiti; the struggle of Secwepemc territory in BC; Mad Cow profiteering; South Korean independent media, and more... http://dominionpaper.ca/reading/2004/08/25/reading_is.html --- The Dominion Daily ...
Tuesday, 31 August 2004
... of any agreements to allow this technology to be installed in Canada. This U.S. policy has been fully exposed as a charade of smoke and mirrors. These are some of the reasons.   1. N. Korea is ...
Tuesday, 27 July 2004
... I have worked with him o­n economicdevelopment in Jordan. I have a relationship.? Kerry called for a broad dialogue o­n the Korean peninsula: ?a bilateralnegotiation in North Korea where we put ...
Monday, 19 July 2004
... 672 Pintado (SUBROC & ASTOR) (collides with Soviet SSBN 01/05/74) (collides with Korean ship 06/12/77)SSN 677 Drum (SUBROC)SS 564 Trigger (SUBROC)FF 1087 Kirk (ASROC)USS Bagley (unknown name)USS R.E. ...
Tuesday, 06 July 2004
Remarks by Al Gore

(International/Justice News)
... the Korean War when he was running for president in 1952. When a business enterprise finds itself in deep trouble that is linked to the failed policies of the current CEO the board of directors and stockholders ...
Monday, 05 July 2004
Global Military Spending Surges in 2003

(International/Justice News)
... peace missions began in 2003, the most since the end of the Cold War. The report warns that attempts to halt the proliferation of nuclear weapons were hampered last year when North Korea withdrew from ...
Tuesday, 29 June 2004
...  Korea. North Korea in 1998 tested a missile with a range estimated at more than 1,200 miles, but since then has been observing a unilateral testing freeze. The CIA says North Korea may be ready to flight ...
Monday, 28 June 2004
... the realistic conditions that would obtain in the unlikely event America came under attack from ballistic missiles launched by North Korea. Instead of funding research that might o­ne day make possible ...
Wednesday, 16 June 2004
Kerry on Nukes

(International/Justice News)
... in persuading other nations.?  The fourth step in Kerry?s plan called for ending the nuclear weapons programs in other countries, such as North Korea and Iran.  He called for strengthening the ...
Thursday, 10 June 2004
Gore speaks out on Bush and Iraq

(International/Justice News)
... options, to retrieve our national honor as soon as this long national nightmare is over. Eisenhower did not propose a five-point plan for changing America's approach to the Korean War when he was ...
Monday, 31 May 2004
NPT PrepCom crashes in disarray

(International/Justice News)
... by North Korea and Iran and the need for stricter measures to deal with NPT parties who use the Article IV provision o­n nuclear energy to fulfil nuclear weapon ambitions. At the same time a large ...
Monday, 17 May 2004
For half a century, the U.S. contingent of  37,000 troops in Korea has been sacrosanct. But so desperate are the Amercans for reinforcements in Iraq that they plan to redeploy troops heretofore ...
Monday, 17 May 2004
How many wars in the world?

(International/Justice News)
...  Papua / West Irian 1963 --> Israel Al-Aqsa Intifada 2000 --> Ivory Coast Civil War 2002 --> Korea Korean War 1953 --> Liberia Civil War 1999 --> Moldova Transdniester 1991--> Namibia ...
Saturday, 15 May 2004
... work crews with them -Oil rigs are built where factories exist and costs are low. ie: Korea 2.Offshore Oil Development Damages Marine Life Before any Oil is Extracted. -Seismic testing kills and ...
Tuesday, 11 May 2004
... o­n Offshore Oil 1. Oil Rig Jobs are Very Limited For Local People-Oil companies hire experts who bring work crews with them-Oil rigs are built where factories exist and costs are low. ie: Korea 2.Offshore ...
Tuesday, 04 May 2004
Astonishing, Canada may host US missiles

(International/Justice News)
... needed to protect North America against an accidental launch of a Russian ballistic missile or a missile attack from North Korea. Critics say this is an expensive way to defend against these remote possibilities. ...
Thursday, 11 March 2004
... nuclear technology to Libya, Iran and North Korea.The auditors said they found that "large quantities of U.S.-produced highly enriched uranium were out of U.S. control."The bomb-grade uranium was lent, ...
Monday, 08 March 2004
Nukes 'R' Us

(International/Justice News)
... 264 firms from Iran and 44 from rogue regimes like Syria and North Korea. With the laxity of the emirates' laws, there is simply no way to know how many weapon components have passed through. But ...
Thursday, 04 March 2004
Canada may host US missiles

(International/Justice News)
... missile or a missile attack fromNorth Korea. Critics say this is an expensive way to defend against these remotepossibilities. The Pentagon plans to spend $53-billion (U.S.) o­n missile defence betweennow ...
Monday, 23 February 2004
... Administration wants to deploy a shield to protect North Americafrom nuclear and biological missile attacks from rogue regimes such as NorthKorea. The plan is to deploy a bullet-to-bullet system of land- ...
Thursday, 19 February 2004
... proliferation and helped Iran, Libya and North Korea reach the brink of producing nuclear weapons."Our scientists were o­nly consultants. The materials were supplied by individuals from other countries. ...
Friday, 13 February 2004
America's Empire of Bases

(International/Justice News)
... Korean or Vietnamese wars. Most chores like laundry, KP ("kitchen police"), mail call, and cleaning latrines have been subcontracted to private military companies like Kellogg, Brown & Root, DynCorp, ...
Sunday, 25 January 2004
US expert doubts N Korean bombs

(International/Justice News)
BBC: A top United States scientist who visited North Korea's nuclear complex has said he left "unconvinced" the North could develop or deliver a bomb. Siegfried Hecker told US lawmakers that the North ...
Thursday, 22 January 2004
US expert doubts N Korean bombs

(International/Justice News)
BBC: A top United States scientist who visited North Korea's nuclear complex has said he left "unconvinced" the North could develop or deliver a bomb. Siegfried Hecker told US lawmakers that the North ...
Wednesday, 21 January 2004
Iraq: Conspiracy of the NeoCons

(International/Justice News)
... of Evil?. They would not talk to their enemies but rather destroy them. They cited North Korea as an example of U.S. diplomatic failure. They would have the U.S. carry the biggest stick and use it wherever ...
Friday, 16 January 2004
... Oman, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Republic of Korea, Romania, Russian Federation, Saint Lucia, Samoa, San Marino, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, ...
Thursday, 15 January 2004
Star Wars revisited

(International/Justice News)
... enthusiasm in Canada for the shoot-'em-down Star Wars philosophy, hatched very much with the Soviet Union in mind. Now the potential attacker states are North Korea and Iran, which have limited stockpiles ...
Wednesday, 14 January 2004
Australian and US discuss missile shield

(International/Justice News)
... question how effective and costly it would be. Japan announced its support for the missile shield amid growing anxiety last month over North Korea's nuclear ambitions and developments in missile ...
Wednesday, 14 January 2004
... from attack by missiles armed withnuclear or chemical weapons and fired from countries such as North Korea orIran. The Canadian defence department study estimated that since 1953, the U.S.has spent $200 ...
Sunday, 11 January 2004
Looking Back On 2003

(International/Justice News)
... of the imminent threat of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction, but after massive searches no weapons of mass destruction were found in Iraq as of the end of the year. We witnessed North Korea withdraw from ...
Friday, 09 January 2004
Senator Roche to Paul Martin on Star Wars

(International/Justice News)
... The North Korea and Iran nuclear problems are now in the process of being solved by diplomatic means. So continue to give diplomacy a chance.  Instead of opting for the false security of BMD, show ...
Friday, 09 January 2004
COP 20: Coping With The COP

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... Action Group, India Keep Ireland Fracking Free, Ireland KFEM (Korea Federation for Environmental Movement) – FoE Korea Kilusang Maralita sa Kanayunan (KILOS KA), Philippines ...
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