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Disoyal Opposition in the United States

Tuesday, 27 October 2009, 9:36 am | Paul G. Buchanan - A Word From Afar

Paul Buchanan writes whether or not the so-called “war” between the White House & Fox TV is a carefully crafted plan by Obama’s advisors to expose divisions within the Republican Party, it still highlights a case of disloyal opposition in a democracy. More >>

Buchanan: Ebb of the Radical Left in Latin America

Wednesday, 15 July 2009, 2:19 pm | Paul G. Buchanan - A Word From Afar

The military ouster of President Jose Manuel Zelaya in Honduras is remarkable not because it ended 15 years of elected rule in Central America and was only the second military coup in Latin America in the last quarter century (the unsuccessful coup ... More >>

A Word From Afar - On Denuclearization

Thursday, 16 April 2009, 8:36 am | Paul G. Buchanan - A Word From Afar

Paul Buchanan writes: Barack Obama’s promise to commit to the global elimination of nuclear weapons has had pacifists welcome the promise. But most security experts have reacted with skepticism. This essay evaluates the reasons why. More >>

A Word From Afar: Leashing the Watchdogs

Thursday, 12 March 2009, 8:25 am | Paul G. Buchanan - A Word From Afar

Paul G. Buchanan writes: that the recently announced Parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee (PISC) - Although obscured by coverage of other government initiatives - it is remarkable on several levels... Notably SIS critics have the majority. More >>

Paul G. Buchanan: The Curious Case of Mr. Tucker

Wednesday, 11 February 2009, 9:52 am | Paul G. Buchanan - A Word From Afar

Paul Buchanan writes that intelligence officers normally shun the spotlight, preferring the cloak of anonymity conferred by the espionage apparatus. Warren Tucker is different. There is a reason for this and it is not a penchant for celebrity... More >>

Who Benefits from the Gaza Conflict?

Friday, 9 January 2009, 5:26 pm | Paul G. Buchanan - A Word From Afar

A Word From Afar: Who Benefits from the Gaza Conflict? A Word From Afar is a regular column that analyses political/strategic/international interest. More >>

PBuchanan: Brief On Informants In Intel Operations

Friday, 19 December 2008, 10:10 am | Paul G. Buchanan - A Word From Afar

A Word From Afar: Paul Buchanan writes that some argue that infiltration of legitimate anti-status quo organizations is anti-democratic and intimidatory. They may well be correct in that assessment. But he says there is a backdrop to this issue. More >>

Campaign Rhetoric As An Invitation To Violence

Tuesday, 28 October 2008, 9:39 am | Paul G. Buchanan - A Word From Afar

Paul G. Buchanan writes: Heading into the homestretch of the 2008 US presidential elections, there's an elephant in the room few want to speak about... The possibility of political assassination of Barack Obama. Let us discuss it here. More >>

PGB: Selective Amnesia & Historical Revisionism

Monday, 13 October 2008, 12:14 am | Paul G. Buchanan - A Word From Afar

Paul G. Buchanan writes: The gap between the Democratic and Republican tickets has widened going into the final two weeks of the US presidential campaign. What's causing many to believe McCain is morally disqualified from being a US president? More >>

Death Of Neoliberalism, From A New Zealand Angle

Monday, 6 October 2008, 3:38 pm | Paul G. Buchanan - A Word From Afar

Paul G. Buchanan writes: While some have considered neoliberalism dead for the last two decades, it clung to life while leaders maintained a belief in its longevity. But has the US financial collapse finally killed off the old right way? More >>

A Word From Afar: Palin Frames the Race

Wednesday, 17 September 2008, 12:37 am | Paul G. Buchanan - A Word From Afar

Paul G. Buchanan writes: The introduction of Sarah Palin into the US presidential race has simplified the equation for victory. She has acquitted herself in her first mainstream media interviews, and she looks to be committed to the long haul. More >>

PGB: A Tale of Two Conventions - And Two Americas

Friday, 12 September 2008, 4:20 pm | Paul G. Buchanan - A Word From Afar

In this A Word From Afar column, Paul G. Buchanan writes that the contrast between the Democratic and Republican conventions was so stark, the themes so opposite, that one might think that they were speaking of two Americas. Perhaps they are. More >>

A Word From Afar: Much ado about Russians

Wednesday, 20 August 2008, 10:33 pm | Paul G. Buchanan - A Word From Afar

Paul G. Buchanan writes that the Russian counter-offensive in Georgia has revealed three fundamental facts that the US and its allies are powerless to reverse, and which they may have unwittingly facilitated. The first is that Russia is back... More >>

 

 

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