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          Seed beads TOHO 10g size 11/0 Inside-Color Rainbow Rosaline/Opaque Purple Lined Nr. 11-928 last by LaserBeads      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Seed Beads TOHO - Rocailles
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Number: 11-25CF
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Seed Beads TOHO - Rocailles
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TR-11-994
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          7/10/2018: CANADA: Trudeau urged to condemn Nazi collaborators      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A top Jewish organization is calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to use his trip to Latvia to push back against the glorification of Nazi collaborators in that country as well as attempts to deny the nation’s role in the Holocaust. In a letter to...
          7/10/2018: CANADA: LIBERALS TO EXTEND COMMITMENT TO NATO BATTLE GROUP      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to commit Canada to spend several more years leading a NATO battle group in Latvia — news that will come during the alliance’s summit in Brussels, where leaders will be braced for a showdown with U.S. President...
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives in Riga, Latvia on Monday, July 9, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

As Trump shadow looms, Trudeau in Latvia to talk up Canada's NATO commitment


          NATO to reinforce Russian threat to Trump: PM      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks as he takes part in a joint media availability with the Prime Minister of Latvia Maris Kucinskis at The Cabinet of Ministers in Riga, Latvia, on Tuesday, July 10, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

NATO to reinforce Russia's threat in talks with Trump, says Trudeau


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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives in Riga, Latvia on Monday, July 9, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

As Trump shadow looms, Trudeau in Latvia to talk up Canada's NATO commitment


          NATO leaders face conundrum in whether to even trust Donald Trump      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
  Justin Trudeau was in Latvia Tuesday to send a message to Donald Trump, that while defence spending as a percentage of GDP may be one thing, accepting troop deployments is quite another. The timing of the prime minister’s touchdown in Riga, ahead of the NATO summit in Brussels Wednesday and Thursday, was no coincidence. […]
          7/10/2018: Canada / World: Troops likely to stay longer in Latvia      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to commit Canada to spend several more years leading a NATO battle group in Latvia — news that will come today on the eve of the alliance’s summit in Brussels, where leaders will be braced for a...
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32. Lithuania: BMW 7-Series. (2007 car: Mercedes S-Class)


33. Estonia: Mercedes S-Class. (2007 car: Audi A8)


34. Norway: Mercedes S-Class. (2007 car: BMW 760Li)


35. Myanmar: Mercedes S-Class. (2007 car: Toyota Land Cruiser)


36. Netherlands: BMW 740i Plug-In Hybrid. (2007 car: BMW 760Li)


37. Chile: Lexus LS. (2007 car: Peugeot 607)


38. Peru: Lexus LS. (2007 car: 1972 Chrysler Imperial)


39. Guyana: Lexus LS. (2008 car: Toyota Land Cruiser)


40. Iceland: Lexus LS. (2007 car: 1980s Cadillac)


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          Rosie DiManno: I hate to say it, but Trump is right about Canada’s military spending      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

If Canada truly values its NATO membership in a turbulent contemporary world, then it needs to pony up its proportional share of defence spending, writes Rosie DiManno.
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          Trudeau and our NATO allies brace for Trump’s arrival       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

OTTAWA—By now it’s a familiar pattern.

The U.S. president brays that his country is getting ripped off by its closest allies. And those allies — Canada included — try to figure out what to do about it.

That’s the predicament facing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he arrives in Brussels to meet with the other 28 members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The military alliance crucial to American leadership in the 20th century is now being raised by President Donald Trump as another example of anti-American unfairness on the world stage.

Weeks after he blasted Trudeau as “weak” and “dishonest” for protesting U.S. tariffs that have sparked a trade war amongst Western economic powers, Trump is now calling on Canada and other NATO partners to ramp up their own military spending in the alliance.

“The U.S. is spending many times more than any other country in order to protect them. Not fair to the U.S. taxpayer,” Trump wrote on Twitter Tuesday morning, as he embarked across the Atlantic to attend the NATO summit.

“NATO countries must pay MORE, the United States must pay LESS. Very Unfair! (sic)” he wrote.

In response, Canada will hype its non-monetary contributions to NATO, including the decision this week to extend and expand its military presence in Latvia, where NATO countries have stationed soldiers in an effort to deter Russian aggression in Eastern Europe.

The hope is to deflect from the narrative that Canada is not contributing enough money to NATO’s shared defence. Canada committed four years ago to work towards a target of spending 2 per cent of GDP on defence by 2024, but is currently on pace to spend just 1.4 per cent.

In Latvia Tuesday, Trudeau voiced his “continued, unflinching support” for NATO, but ruled out jacking up Canada’s defence budget to meet the 2 per cent target that Trump is demanding.

“I think it’s an important metric, amongst many others, to gauge how countries are doing in terms of contributors to NATO,” Trudeau told reporters at the Adazi military base outside Riga.

“Ultimately, the more important metrics are always, ‘Are countries stepping up consistently with the capabilities that NATO needs? … Are we contributing the kinds of resources and demonstrating the kind of commitment to the alliance that always needs to be there?”

A source close to planning Canada’s position in Brussels said while Trump is an X factor in any international meeting, Trudeau still has to lay out his vision for the defence alliance.

“We have to ask ourselves the question, regardless of (Trump), NATO is a thing that exists and Canada is a member of it,” the source, who was not authorized to speak on the record, said. “So, whatever the narrative is going to be around the summit … we have to make decisions that we think are responsible and are in the national interest.

“I’m sure it will be part of the narrative for the next two days over whether or not these countries need to be spending more. And it’s something the United States has said before, under different presidents,” the source added.

Roland Paris, a University of Ottawa international affairs professor and Trudeau’s former foreign policy adviser, said Canada’s immediate goal with this week’s NATO summit will be damage control.

“(Trump’s) behaviour at the G7, combined with the messages he’s been sending in the last few days, suggest that he may take a very hard line with NATO allies,” Paris said.

The concern for Canada and European countries that make up the alliance — including Britain, Germany, France, and more — is that Trump’s bluster about spending commitments may presage an American pullback of its commitment to NATO, Paris said.

Those worries are amplified because of Trump’s upcoming tête-à-tête with Russian President Vladimir Putin, scheduled to take place in Finland next week, immediately after the NATO summit.

Trump told reporters as he left Washington on Tuesday that the meeting with Putin — leader of a country believed to have interfered in the 2016 presidential election and that is under international sanctions for its aggression in Eastern Europe — might be easier than the gathering with his country’s allies.

“Putin’s aggressive actions have given NATO a new lease on life,” Paris said. “But the question is whether the United States is going to stand with its allies.”

Irvin Studin, editor-in-chief of Global Brief magazine and senior fellow at the University of Toronto’s Munk School, said Trump’s stance on NATO should prompt Canada to explore its own strategy on the international stage.

He said Canadian foreign policy is too reliant on American assumptions, and that it would serve Canada to consider its evolving relationships with China and Russia as U.S. power diminishes in the global order.

“We actually don’t have our own theory of the world independent of NATO, independent of the U.S.,” Studin said. “That’s the more strategic question that we haven’t really explored as a country.”

But in the short term, Paris said Canada should respond to Trump’s call for more spending by pointing to its already-planned 73-per-cent increase in military expenditures over the next decade — which still wouldn’t hit the 2 per cent mark — and other contributions to NATO, such as the leadership in the alliance’s Baltic troop presence, and important roles that Canada has played in conflicts such as the war in Afghanistan and the 2011 intervention in Libya.

It remains to be seen whether Trudeau and other NATO leaders can placate the U.S. president this week. Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, cautioned Trump against pulling back from longstanding trans-Atlantic partnerships.

“Appreciate your allies,” he said. “After all, you don’t have that many.

With files from Star wire services


          7/10/2018: News: Britain’s broadband speeds are now so poor we’re down to 35th in world league      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
BRITAIN has slipped four places in the world broadband speed league, leaving its network lagging well behind the likes of Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary and Romania. The UK is the sixth largest economy in the world but has dropped to 35th in the rankings...
          Toadcast #323 - The Arctic Circle      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Mrs. Toad and I, as you possibly know, went on something of an epic road trip at the end of July this year.

We took the ferry to Amsterdam and drove up through Germany to Denmark, through Sweden via the Volvo Museum, and into Norway, where we went all the way up the West Coast via the Trollstigen in the South, up through Molde, Kristiansund, Trondheim, Mo I Rana, through the Lofoten Islands to Tromsø. After a couple of days there we went East and South through Finland, took the ferry from Helsinki to Tallinn, then drove through Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania into Russia where we spent our 10th wedding anniversary in Kaliningrad, on board a decommissioned oceanographic research vessel.

From there it was Poland and the Czech Republic to Vienna, where Mrs. Toad flew home and I carried on to even sillier adventures. But that is the subject for another podcast. For now, here are a bunch of songs from our Norway trip. Because these were all on mixtapes to play in the car whilst driving it's all actually surprisingly upbeat too. Not your usual miserable shite.

01. The Get Me Downs - Sexsie Volvo (00.13)
02. The Spencer Davis Group - I'm a Man (05.44)
03. Evan Dando - Hard Drive (11.47)
04. Fleetwood Mac - Tusk (15.07)
05. She and Him - Don't Look Back (22.16)
06. Jerry Reed - Tex Bound and Flyin' (27.52)
07. The Beatles - Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except for Me and My Monkey (35.33)
08. Kate and Anna McGarrigle - Come a Long Way (38.03)
09. The Come Ons - Strangelove (41.35)
10. Dory Previn - The Lady With the Braid (48.17)
11. Grandaddy - El Caminos in the West (52.17)
12. Raggare United - Volvo 245 (58.17)


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          Canada won't double defence budget: Trudeau      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives in Riga, Latvia on Monday, July 9, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks as he takes part in a joint media availability with the Prime Minister of Latvia Maris Kucinskis at The Cabinet of Ministers in Riga, Latvia, on Tuesday, July 10, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

NATO to reinforce Russia's threat in talks with Trump, says Trudeau


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          Canada extends NATO mission in Latvia to 2023: Trudeau      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday that Canada is extending its NATO commitment in Latvia by another four years to March 2023 and will boost the number of troops in the country to 540 from...

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          Canada won't double defence budget: Trudeau      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives in Riga, Latvia on Monday, July 9, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

As Trump shadow looms, Trudeau in Latvia to talk up Canada's NATO commitment


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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives in Riga, Latvia on Monday, July 9, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

As Trump shadow looms, Trudeau in Latvia to talk up Canada's NATO commitment


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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives in Riga, Latvia on Monday, July 9, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

As Trump shadow looms, Trudeau in Latvia to talk up Canada's NATO commitment


          Expert: Trudeau in Latvia commits to extra troops, extended stay in NATO mission      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Canada will commit extra troops and remain in Latvia as part of NATO's mission to deter potential Russian aggression until 2023, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed Tuesday. (source: CBC)

Prof. T.V. Paul, James McGill Professor of International Relations, Department of Political Science, McGill University

Published: 10Jul2018

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          New Knicks coach heading to Latvia to meet with Porzingis      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
David Fizdale is trying to start his tenure as New York Knicks head coach on the right note.Fizdale said during an ESPN broadcast that he and his wife are set to visit with Kristaps Porzingis in Latvia in two weeks. Porzingis is recovering from surgery to repair a torn ACL and might not be ready for action until midway through next season. Despite that, the 22-year-old versatile big man is viewed as the cornerstone of the team. He has improved each season since being drafted in 2015 and averaged 22.7 points and 6.6 rebounds per game last season. The 7-foot-3 big man also drained an impressive 1.9 three-pointers per game.The two reportedly had a “great conversation” after Fizdale was hired as the team’s new head coach, although Fiz was recently roasted for an odd suggestion he made.
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David Fizdale is trying to start his tenure as New York Knicks head coach on the right note. Fizdale said during an ESPN broadcast that he and his wife are set to visit with Kristaps Porzingis in Latvia in two weeks. David Fizdale says in an interview on the ESPN broadcast of Knicks-Lakers that he...Read More
          Canada won't double defence budget: Trudeau      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives in Riga, Latvia on Monday, July 9, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

As Trump shadow looms, Trudeau in Latvia to talk up Canada's NATO commitment


          Provincial NDP push to ban Russian vodka empowers rightists in eastern Europe      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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In response to Ukrainian Canadian Congress campaigning, two NDP MLAs recently convinced the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission to withdraw a brand of Russian vodka from its stores. Alberta MLAs Deron Bilous and Jessica Littlewood argued that a hammer and sickle logo on a bottle of vodka was "offensive."

 Articulating a growing rightist effort to equate communism with Nazism in eastern Europe, Ukrainian Canadian Congress Alberta chapter president, Olesia Luciw-Andryjowycz, told the Edmonton Journal that the hammer and sickle was akin to "having a swastika on a bottle of cognac."

This is not the first attempt by provincial NDP members to ban Russian vodka. In response to the 2014 upheaval in Ukraine, a minister in the NDP government in Manitoba discussed a provincial ban on Russian vodka. At the same time, NDP MPP Cheri DiNovo tabled a motion in the Ontario legislature calling on government-run liquor stores to suspend sales of Russian Standard vodka.

In 2014 the right-wing nationalist Euro-Maidan movement ousted Viktor Yanukovych who was oscillating between the European Union and Russia. The U.S.-backed coup divided Ukraine politically, geographically and linguistically (Russian is the mother tongue of 30 per cent of Ukrainians).

After Yanukovych's ouster Russia reinforced its military presence -- or "seized" -- the southern area of Crimea and then organized a referendum on secession. Home to Moscow's major Baltic naval base, Crimea had long been part of Russia and the bulk of the population preferred Moscow's rule to the post-coup right-wing nationalist government in Kiev.

The federal NDP echoed the U.S. and Harper government's position on Ukraine. The day after Yanukovych fled, former NDP MP Olivia Chow told a Euro-Maidan Canada rally in Toronto, "we must be vigilant, we must ensure our government, our Canadian government, continues to keep an eye on the Ukraine to make sure that the Russians do not interfere."

Eighteen months after the coup, the Canadian Press reported that opposition protesters were camped in the Canadian embassy for a week during the February 2014 rebellion against Yanukovych. "Canada's embassy in Kyiv was used as a haven for several days by anti-government protesters during the uprising that toppled the regime of former president Viktor Yanukovych," the story noted.

Ottawa played a similar role during the "Orange Revolution" a decade earlier. In a story headlined "Agent Orange: Our secret role in Ukraine," Globe and Mail reporter Mark MacKinnon detailed how Canada funded a leading civil society opposition group, promised Ukraine's lead electoral commissioner Canadian citizenship if he did "the right thing" and paid for 500 Canadians of Ukrainian descent to observe the 2004-05 elections.

[Canadian ambassador to the Ukraine, Andrew Robinson] began to organize secret monthly meetings of western ambassadors, presiding over what he called 'donor coordination' sessions among 20 countries interested in seeing Mr. [presidential candidate Viktor] Yushchenko succeed. Eventually, he acted as the group's spokesman and became a prominent critic of the Kuchma government's heavy-handed media control. Canada also invested in a controversial exit poll, carried out on election day by Ukraine's Razumkov Centre and other groups that contradicted the official results showing Mr. Yanukovych [winning].

Indifferent to Canada's interference in Ukrainian affairs, during the 2015 federal election leaders debate Thomas Mulcair said, "with regard to Ukraine, yes, Putin is a danger. We stand firmly with Ukraine against the aggression by Russia." The NDP leader also reiterated the party's call for harsher measures against Russian officials, naming two businessmen whom he said should be added to Canada's list of Russians targeted for sanctions.

In March 2014 NDP foreign critic Paul Dewar released a statement calling for "travel bans against certain Russian officials and suspending trade with Russia's military sector." Five months later the NDP put out a press release under the headline "Conservatives shield Russian business elite from sanctions: Toothless sanctions are out of step with Canada's closest allies." In 2017, NDP foreign critic Hélène Laverdière described a bill modelled after the U.S. Magnitsky Act -- that would further strain relations between Ottawa and Moscow by sanctioning Russian officials -- an "important step to support the Global Magnitsky movement."

In summer 2016 NDP defence critic Randall Garrison expressed support for Canada leading a NATO battle group to Latvia as part of a ratcheting up of tensions with Russia. Four hundred and fifty Canadian troops are currently leading a 1,000-strong NATO force in Latvia while the U.S., Britain and Germany head missions in Poland, Lithuania and Estonia. As vice-chair of Parliament's Standing Committee on National Defence, Garrison endorsed a December report titled "Canada's support to Ukraine in crisis and armed conflict." It denounced Russia's "war of aggression against Ukraine" and lauded Canada's "support of Ukraine in its fight against Russia."

Deploying Canadian troops to the Russian border and Alberta MLAs pushing to ban Russian vodka both empower rightists in eastern Europe. They are part of a troubling game of brinksmanship with Russia.

Is this really in Canada's interest?

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          7/10/2018: CANADA: Trudeau urged to condemn Nazi collaborators      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A top Jewish organization is calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to use his trip to Latvia to push back against the glorification of Nazi collaborators in that country as well as attempts to deny the nation’s role in the Holocaust. In a letter to...
          7/10/2018: CANADA: LIBERALS TO EXTEND COMMITMENT TO NATO BATTLE GROUP      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to commit Canada to spend several more years leading a NATO battle group in Latvia — news that will come during the alliance’s summit in Brussels, where leaders will be braced for a showdown with U.S. President...
           Whether Latvian children abroad will learn Latvian language and culture depends on their parents - Sadurskis - The Baltic Times      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
RIGA - Whether Latvian children who live abroad will learn the Latvian language and culture, whether they will consider learning on Saturdays a ......
           Canada extends leadership of NATO battlegroup in Latvia for four years - The Baltic Times      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
RIGA - Canada has extended its leadership of the NATO battlegroup based in Latvia for another four years, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau......
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives in Riga, Latvia on Monday, July 9, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

As Trump shadow looms, Trudeau in Latvia to talk up Canada's NATO commitment


          7/11/2018: SPORT: Jelena delivers ballroom blitz      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

REPORTS JELENA OSTAPENKO danced her way into the Wimbledon semi-finals and revealed that her strictly ballroom skills have helped her rise in the tennis world. The Latvian blitzed Dominika Cibulkova 7-5, 6-4 with a devastating display of ground...
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives in Riga, Latvia on Monday, July 9, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

As Trump shadow looms, Trudeau in Latvia to talk up Canada's NATO commitment


          Music is the bridge between Latvia and Japan      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Igor Maykov       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Michael Galak The Legacy and Lessons of Barbarossa      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
https://quadrant.org.au/opinion/qed/2018/07/legacy-lessons-barbarossa/ The hallmark and genesis of the Great Patriotic War, as Russians call it, was the political incompetence of the Soviet leadership, their naiveté, paranoia and blind reliance on a Marxist interpretation of world events. Marx is no longer the Kremlin's sacred text, but all else has changed little if at all. June 22, 1941 – its the date which is engraved in memory of all who had a misfortune to be born in the USSR. This was the day Operation Barbarossa began, the Nazi attack on the Soviet Union. By today’s date, July 10, German forces were at Kiev’s doorstep and, behind the rapidly advancing front line, the Wehrmacht and SS were firmly in control. On this day Jews were being massacred in the Polish town of Jedwabne, as they would be in countless other locations. In retrospect, the clash between Hitler and Stalin was inevitable, two predators willing and ready to spill blood generously to achieve their delusional dreams of world dominance. Both required enemies to hate to consolidate their hold on their respective populations. The Nazis were focusing their need for hatred on the Jews. The Soviets were concentrating on the ‘evil’ of the international bourgeoisie. The Soviets adopted pseudo-scientific Marxist theories of class struggle as the basis for the extermination of millions of unwanted souls. The Nazis based their extermination programs on the equally pseudo-scientific theories of race and social Darwinism. Both regimes were quite successful in brainwashing their followers. Both were socialists with insignificant ideological variations. Even flags, songs and holidays were similar. The difference between the Nazis and the Soviets, described as the divide between the evil ‘Right’ and the noble ‘Left’, has always struck me as being contrived and nonsensical. The beginning of the direct war between the USSR and the Nazi Germany was characterized by the extraordinary series of events. The two countries were allies and, following the infamous Molotov-Ribbentrop treaty, which stunned the world at the time, were busily dividing Europe. Hitler was grabbing France, Netherlands, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Greece, Yugoslavia and the Western half of Poland. Stalin, not to be outdone, was getting Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Mongolia, parts of Hungary, Romania and Eastern Poland. Stalin demanded an increase of his share of the European spoils during the Molotov’s visit to Berlin in 1940. Hitler refused and activated the contingency plan of attack on the Soviet Union ‘Barbarossa’ almost immediately after Molotov’s departure. Both countries were planning to attack each other sooner or later.
           A twenty-five year partnership in safeguarding Russian freight      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TT Club and its partner in Russia, the CIS countries and Baltics, Panditrans celebrate both TT Club’s 50th anniversary and their twenty-five year partnership in providing a unique insurance and risk management service to the freight industry.  TT Club insureds, both within the territory and those trading with the region, have enjoyed tailored extensive cover and accurate trusted advice on the special characteristics of this particular transport environment.There has been a steady increase in importance of the container to Russian trade that began some twenty-five years ago and it was then, in 1993, that Panditrans became TT Club’s representative in Russia.  At this time the Club wanted to have experts on the ground in what was, and remains, a rapidly changing freight transport environment serving one of the largest potential consumer markets in the world.  Panditrans, with its offices in Moscow, Russia and Odessa, Ukraine, as well as contacts throughout the region, has been a perfect fit with TT Club, serving the mutual’s membership of shipping lines, port and terminal operators and freight forwarding and logistics companies.The fact is that Russia presents a number of particular challenges to freight traffic.  Customs clearance errors in documentation can result in the confiscation of cargo, while uninsured subcontractors, and even fake ones, remains an on-going problem.  It still can be quite difficult to find a subcontractor with appropriate liability insurance with the result that freight forwarders hire uninsured carriers without clearly understanding that there is little chance of holding it liable for any loss as it has very little capital and few assets.In addition, the sub-standard nature of the region’s road and rail infrastructure causes more incidents that damage cargo and transport asset than might be expected to occur in other parts of the world.“It is this type of circumstance that is very particular to the Russian transport environment,” comments TT Club’s Regional Director for EMEA, Kevin King.  “This makes it essential to have indigenous, extensive expertise at the disposal of the Members.  I’m very pleased to say that Panditrans has, by partnering with the Club for the past twenty-five years, provided that expertise. I hope that TT Club Members will benefit from our partner’s guidance in a challenging political, economic and legislative environment for a long time to come.”  During this quarter of a century TT Club and Panditrans together have become adept at advising Members of the potential pitfalls in transporting freight to, from and around Russia and therefore been able to assess risk comprehensively and advise on appropriate cover.  Throughout this period Panditrans has handled in excess of 20,000 claims, benefiting TT Club Members with its in-house surveying, legal and customs expertise, together with its knowledge of the market to allow the identification of the most appropriate option to investigate and defend a claim.  Furthermore, Panditrans’ extensive contacts with insurance and regulatory inspectorates, customs authorities and law enforcement bodies throughout the territory, are unique, enabling the complete legal and ethical position to be established.To mark TT Club’s 50th anniversary and the 25th anniversary of this successful partnership, TT Club and Panditrans held a celebratory dinner at the iconic Metropol Hotel in central Moscow in April. Over 150 guests attended and included some of the five hundred companies insured by TT Club in the region from Belarus, Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and of course Russia.  An honoured guest was Vladimir Tian, the General Director of Sovtransavto, TT Club’s first and oldest Member that began its relationship with the Club in 1989.TT Club was founded in 1968 by some of the early adopters of the unitisation of cargo, the container. From its inception, the Club has had a philosophy of listening to its Members and sharing their experiences to make the industry safer and to minimise risk whilst lobbying for and embracing change when and where it’s required. The Club has marked its 50th anniversary by issuing a report entitled ‘Brave new world? – Container transport in 2043’. This is a wide-ranging, qualitative report, produced jointly with McKinsey & Company, summarising the thoughts and opinions of industry leaders on what the future holds for the container industry.Kirill Berezov, Managing Director of Panditrans commented, “We are proud of our long and successful history with TT Club.  Both the number and variety of our guests at the celebration is testimony to the standard of service Panditrans and TT Club together have provided to the market.  Senior figures from both global carriers and forwarders, as well as Russian transport companies, ports and rail and road operators have supported us.  Brokers also have shown their appreciation of our services for which we are grateful.”TT Club

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          THE 11th COMMANDMENT with Hank Gallo      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

- A man is brutally stabbed to death in violent Brooklyn while sleeping on a Sunday afternoon, but his girlfriend's daughter. 

- A Latvian ex-pat is accused of coldly murdering her fiance during a kayaking trip. 

- An ex-con goes down in a "blaze of glory," shot to death by the NYPD in a parking lot in East New York. 

Former Daily News writer, TV producer and world traveler and poker buddy Hank Gallo joins me to discuss all the days most interesting crime. 


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          Rosie DiManno: I hate to say it, but Trump is right about Canada’s military spending      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Canada is a welsher state.

(Hold your outrage, that adjective has nothing to do with the Welsh.)

I am speaking specifically about this country’s financial contribution to NATO, the international alliance formed after the Second World War, constructed around the principle of collective defence. Article 5 of the establishing charter declares that “an attack on one is an attack on all.”

Originally and for four decades the thrust of NATO’s raison d’être was deterring Soviet aggression. With the end of the Cold War, NATO shifted toward helping former Soviet-bloc countries embrace democracy and the market economy.

But now it’s come full circle. Once again, under the militancy of President Vladimir Putin — annexing a chunk of Ukraine, sending troops into the Georgian civil war, intervening on the side of the Assad regime in Syria — Russia is a regional belligerent. Global even, in an era of cyber meddling and mischief and electoral interference.

With leaders of the 29 member nations meeting in Brussels on Wednesday and Thursday, the agenda includes countering that Russian bellicosity, introducing a new training mission in Iraq, and counterterrorism support for Afghanistan, Jordan and Tunisia.

President Donald Trump, however, clearly intends to pick up where he left off at their last confab a year ago — knocking ally heads together to shame them into meeting dollar commitments made three years ago (actually the target was first set in 2002): contributing 2 per cent of GDP toward spending on national defence within a decade.

The whole world was bracing for grenades Trump was expected to toss at the summit, against some of America’s staunchest friends. Before leaving Washington on Tuesday, the president got in a couple of pre-emptive shots across the bow. “NATO has not treated us fairly, but I think we’ll work something out. We pay far too much and they pay far too little.”

Meaning Europe and Canada.

Less antagonistic than previous declarations Trump has made about NATO allies, such as last month characterizing the U.S. as “the piggy bank that (NATO) likes to take from.” He also recently sent hectoring letters to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other NATO leaders complaining that too many countries were not humping their fair share of the collective cost and investing too little in their own militaries, a commitment of tax dollars that just doesn’t square well with domestic populations.

Trump wrote that it will “become increasingly difficult to justify to American citizens why some countries continue to fail to meet our shared collective security commitments.”

It’s painful to say this, but Trump is essentially correct.

The U.S. provides most of the NATO muscle in funding and troops, shouldering nearly three-quarters of the alliance’s operating budget. NATO’s current annual operating budget is $1.38 billion, $252 million for the civilian budget and $704 million for its Security Investment Program.

The president somewhat misleads by conflating national defence spending with NATO support. But the point is fundamentally well taken. The combined defence budget of NATO nations has grown by $14.4 billion since 2016, with all but one of the countries increasing their spending and 26 contributing troops to NATO missions. “Sixteen — but not Canada — are on track to spend the NATO target of 2 per cent of their gross domestic product on defence by 2024,” notes a primer for the summit released by the Canadian Global Affairs Institute.

Canada, sturdy participant in combat and security operations, including a 12-year boots on the ground campaign in Afghanistan and a Canadian lieutenant-general who directed the air campaign that toppled the Gadhafi regime in 2011, is in the middling middle of defence spending, currently at 1.29 per cent of GDP, with a projected target of 1.4 per cent by 2026.

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Trudeau says Canada will add more troops and extend mission in Latvia

On his way to Brussels, Trudeau doubled down on his Trump resistance by reiterating that Canada has no plans to almost double-up on its defence budget, maintaining that the 2 per cent target is “an easy shorthand” but also “a limited tool” for measuring a nation’s commitment to NATO.

In his usual rhetorically obtuse way, Trudeau said: “There are always perspectives on doing more and that’s fine, that’s an important conversation to have. But the reality is, the way NATO has been having a meaningful impact wherever it goes continues to be a really important thing, and that’s certainly at the heart of the message I’ll be bringing.”

Trudeau made his remarks whilst visiting Canadian troops at a military base outside Riga, Latvia. A clever photo-op moment, jamming that drop-in on the eve of the NATO summit. Canada has 455 troops deployed to NATO’s mission in Latvia — the alliance’s buffering response to Russia’s annexation in Ukraine — and heads the seven-country battle group. Trudeau further announced that Canada is extending its Latvia mission for another four years, through to 2023, and boosting troop numbers to 540. The prime minister can burnish Canada’s international engagement by pointing to the new Mali mission, which is a UN peacekeeping operation.

Still, there is treasure in blood, potentially — which the Trudeau government has tried mightily to avoid — and treasure in hard dollars defence spending. And if Canada, an original NATO founding member, truly values the alliance in a turbulent contemporary world, then it needs to pony up its proportional share, along with the rest of the laggards. Canada loves multinational alliances; Trump, not so much. Only a year ago he called NATO “obsolete,” though he’s backed off that rash dismissal. It’s ironic that some commentators with little appetite for NATO, even less stomach for military interventions — recoiling from Western geopolitical “interests” — actually found an unlikely ally in Trump’s initial NATO skepticism. The president has threatened to reduce the 70,000 American troops currently deployed on the continent if NATO members don’t live up to their spending avowals.

It should be noted, though, that even president Barack Obama urged Parliament: “NATO needs more Canada.”

European leaders were bracing for a showdown with Trump, amidst crises in Britain (Brexit) and Germany (migration and refugees).

Just as intriguing, from a Canadian perspective — insofar as we’re allowed a look-in — is how Trudeau and Trump will contend with each other in their first face-to-face since the disaster of the June G7 summit in Quebec City, wherein the president first agreed to a group communique on trade and then withdrew from it, calling the PM “dishonest” and “weak” in a Twitter tirade.

In any event, Trump seems more dazzled about his one-on-one sit-down in Helsinki next week with Putin. Putin he respects, NATO leaders he doesn’t. He’ll be travelling to the U.K. in between.

“I have NATO. I have the U.K., which is in somewhat turmoil. And I have Putin. Putin may be the easiest of them all. Who would think?”

Who indeed.

Rosie DiManno is a columnist based in Toronto covering sports and current affairs. Follow her on Twitter: @rdimanno


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Kiwi Warbirds pilot Wayne Edwards dies after crash in Latvia#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000 A Kiwi Warbirds pilot has been killed in Latvia after a plane he was flying crashed shortly after attending an air show. Wayne Edwards of Puni, south of Auckland, was visiting a friend in Sweden, when they and another friend flew... Reported by New Zealand Herald 9 hours ago.
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Weeks of extreme heat and very little rain are threatening the existence of Northern Europe's farmers. Drought conditions have been reported in Latvia and in Sweden and Denmark meat farmers have had to slaughter their livestock for lack of feed. What can be done to help the farmers?
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          Sleepless Nights 07-10-2018 with Ann Cantelow      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Altan Urag- Shiree Nuur Shiree Lake - Marco Polo Music From The Netflix Original Series
Wang Zhongshan- Evening Song In The Fishing Boat - Treasure Of Chinese Instrumental Music Guzheng
Bonobo- Walk In The Sky - Days To Come
Chancha Via Circuito- Rio Arriba - Rio Arriba
Gonzalo Benitez- El Aguacate - A Mi Lindo Ecuador
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Inti Illimani- Alturas - The Best Of Inti Illimani
Chavela Vargas- Paloma Negra - Frida Soundtrack From The Motion Picture
Tony Duncan- Quiet Morning - Native Son
Joseph M Marshall Lll- Keep Going - The Lakota Way
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Deleon- A La Uno Ya Naci - DeLeon
Ash Dargan- Sunrise Song - Ash Dargans Wild Australia
Buffy SainteMarie- God Is Alive Magic Is Afoot - The Best Of Buffy SainteMarie
John Luther Adams- Songbirdsongs Apple Blossom Round - Songbirdsongs
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Juan DArienzo- El Simptico - The Masters Of Tango Juan DArienzo El Simptico
Bajofondo- Codigo De Barra - Presente
Willie Nelson- Gods Problem Child with Tony Joe White Leon Russell Jamey Johnson - Gods Problem Child
Mahalia Jackson- Trouble Of The World - The Essential Mahalia Jackson
George Mgrdichian- Groongh Crane - On The Oud
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Rob Burger- Linguist From Latvia - Lost Photograph
John Trudell- Crazy Horse - Blue Indians
Various Artists- Deer Dance Joanne Shenandoah - Wolves
Cris Derksen- Hindsight 2020 - The Cusp
Ibeyi- River - Ibeyi
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Atahualpa Yupanqui- Luna Tucumana - Atahualpa Yupanqui
Jaime Torres- La Peregrinacion - Charango
Willie Nelson- Always On My Mind - 16 Biggest Hits Willie Nelson
Min Huifen- BirdCall In The Mountain - Treasures Of Chinese Instrumental Music Erhu


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Jelena Ostapenko became the first Latvian woman to reach a Wimbledon semifinal with a win over Dominika Cibulkova.
          Tổng thống Mỹ chỉ trích các nước NATO về đóng góp quốc phòng      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Tổng thống Mỹ Donald Trump ngày 11/7 cho rằng những nỗ lực của ông đã thúc đẩy các thành viên khác trong Tổ chức Hiệp ước Bắc Đại Tây Dương (NATO) đóng góp nhiều hơn cho liên minh phòng thủ phương Tây này, nhưng vẫn chưa đủ để bù đắp gánh nặng của những người nộp thuế ở Mỹ.

Phát biểu với báo giới trước thềm hội nghị thượng đỉnh NATO sắp diễn ra ở Brussels (Bỉ), Tổng thống Trump nhấn mạnh: "Trong năm qua, những nước khác đã đóng góp thêm khoảng 40 tỷ USD để hỗ trợ NATO, nhưng điều đó vẫn chưa đủ. Mỹ đang chi tiêu quá nhiều và các quốc gia khác đóng góp không đủ, đặc biệt là một số nước. Điều này đang diễn ra trong nhiều thập niên qua và đây là điều bất hợp lý và bất công đối với những người nộp thuế ở Mỹ, và chúng tôi sẽ biến khoản đóng góp này trở nên cân bằng."

Ông chủ Nhà Trắng cũng ca ngợi Tổng Thư ký NATO Jens Stoltenberg vì đã rất nỗ lực trong vấn đề này.

Đề cập tới các khoản đóng góp cho NATO, ông Trump công khai chỉ trích Đức vì đã không tăng chi tiêu quốc phòng. Nhà lãnh đạo Mỹ nêu rõ Đức là một nước giàu có, do đó Berlin có thể tăng chi tiêu quốc phòng ngay lập tức.

Dự kiến, Tổng thống Trump sẽ gặp Thủ tướng Đức Angela Merkel trong ngày 11/7 bên lề hội nghị.



Trước đó, ngày 10/7, viết trên mạng xã hội Twitter trên đường tới Brussels tham dự hội nghị thượng đỉnh NATO, Tổng thống Trump đã cáo buộc các đồng minh thuộc NATO không thực hiện những cam kết về chi tiêu quốc phòng, đồng thời ngụ ý các nước này cần "bồi hoàn" cho Mỹ.

Trong những tháng gần đây, Tổng thống Trump liên tiếp có những công kích gay gắt nhằm vào các đối tác của Mỹ trong NATO, cáo buộc những nước này "ăn bám" Mỹ trong lĩnh vực quốc phòng.

Ông Trump sẽ tham dự hội nghị thượng đỉnh NATO diễn ra trong hai ngày 11-12/7. Các nước thành viên NATO sẽ có dịp tổng kết mức độ ông Trump phàn nàn về chi phí của liên minh, cũng như than phiền về tính hiệu quả của tổ chức quân sự lớn nhất hành tinh này.

Theo một nguồn tin thân cận, Tổng thống Trump mới đây cho rằng rằng NATO “tệ không kém gì NAFTA,” một hiệp định thương mại Bắc Mỹ mà Trump coi là mối đe dọa an ninh của Mỹ.

Từ khi đắc cử đến nay, ông Trump luôn gay gắt chỉ trích các nước đồng minh NATO không công bằng khi dựa vào Mỹ để chi trả các hóa đơn về ngân sách quốc phòng của họ.

Chỉ 8 trong số 29 nước thành viên NATO hiện tại đáp ứng mục tiêu chi tương đương 2% Tổng sản phẩm quốc nội (GDP) cho hoạt động quốc phòng, bao gồm Mỹ, Anh, Hy Lạp, Ba Lan, Latvia, Estonia, Romania và Lítva.

Mục tiêu này đã được đề ra từ hội nghị thượng đỉnh NATO tại xứ Wales năm 2014, và các nước đồng minh đã nhất trí hoàn thành mục tiêu trước năm 2024./.

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          Alliances are Partnerships, not Quasi-Imperial Legions with Auxiliaries       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Over on twitter, my timeline yesterday was filled with people collectively hugging each other over Claire Berlinski's Ode to Empire over at DailyBeast.

I encourage everyone to read it then come back.

OK, if your hot-take is, "yes, oh, yes, she is so right," take a deep breath. Walk around a bit. Take another deep breath, then come back. If you raised an eyebrow a few times or rolled your eyes, you're OK.

Now that everyone is back, let's jump in to it.

At first read, I found myself sympathizing with the emotion that Claire brought to her article, but then I started to see a few things that caused my head to tilt a bit and made a note to read it a second time. I'm a NATO guy - I have a great affection for what it has done and hopefully will do. But like anything else you love, you have to love it enough to point out and help it fix its shortcomings.

The second time through the soft-light filter drifted away and the gaps in many of her points broke out in sharp contrast. Here are the ones that had me saying under my breath, "Oh, come on Claire, aren't you being a little overwrought?"

I'm tempted to give the article a full-Fisking, but the paying gig calls and I like Claire too much to do that.
Modern Europe—liberal, democratic Europe—is a creation of the United States.
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This global order is in many respects an empire—a Pax Americana—but it is far more humane (in Europe, at least) than the European empires that preceded it.
Wait ... Pax Americana outside Europe may not be as humane as the European empires in the New World, Africa, and Asia? Come on, that is a moral-relativistic cheap shot if I've ever seen one, and Eurocentric to a selfish degree at that.
Power is the only coin that matters.
Of course, but let's go back to POLMIL101. The levers of national power are Diplomatic, Informational, Military, and Economic. We are talking about a military alliance, so it is good to focus on the "M" - but American global power and influence is a lot more than military. Having those on our side, our allies, increase their contribution to "M" does not diminish our power at all. If they do that, then we have more leverage in "D," "I," and "E." If they refuse to pull their fair share of "M" - then the support of the American people will further erode when it comes to us filling in the gap they created. When we shrug that burden off, then all D.I.M.E. will collapse for everyone.

The solution isn't for America to shut up and take it like a soyboi, but for people to do their fair share, as good friends and neighbors do.

The mindset is not all that different than the 25-yr old man still living at home because it is cheaper, easier, and lets him spend his money on wine, women, and song as opposed to being a responsible adult and fully contributing member of society.
The collapse of liberal democracy in Europe would represent the failure of our own ideals. The collapse of European security would mean the end of liberal democracy.
If the only thing holding together liberal democracy in Europe are an occupying American Army forever, then frankly the Europeans don't deserve it. If they lack agency of their own to the point they are content to be vassal states of the USA, then fine - they can send their gold reserves and 10% of all their tax revenue to:

COL Patrick N. Kaune, USA
c/o U.S. Army Garrison Fort Knox
125 Sixth Avenue
Bldg. 1110B room 226
Fort Knox, Kentucky 40121
USA

Pat will make sure it is stored appropriately.

If not, then act like a full partner.
Today, neither Europe nor the United States are wealthy or powerful enough, alone, to sustain and expand liberal democracy in a world increasingly dominated by China, Russia, and anarchy. No European country alone, nor any of the American states alone, can maintain the liberal global order. A United Europe, however, and the United States, are together strong enough to sustain and expand the liberal tradition and democratic values. This is precisely why the enemies of liberal democracy are determined to drive a stake through our alliance.
This is correct and good. We are an alliance, kind of a Defenders of The Enlightenment Superfriends. As friends, who are super, one thing we should understand as a baseline requirement; everyone will carry their fair share of the burden. We will all, inside our national ways and means, contribute as individuals and collectively, to support the advancement of civilization though Diplomatic, Informational, Military and Economic means. As good friends do, if someone is not doing their fair share, then others should point that out and motivate that friend to lean in. If that friend refuses, then the rest of the Superfriends are well within their rights to ask if that friend is a friend after all.

The next bit was just sad to read. In addition to being wildly Eurocentric in its understanding of the human record of conflict (Mongolians, Persians, Chinese, Arabs, assorted Inca and Aztec descendants, not to mention modern era Rwandans, Japanese and Cambodians are looking at each other in amazement), it is just dripping with European self-loathing that helps no one.
The wars that broke out in 1939 and 1914 were iterations of the wars fought by Bismarck, Napoleon and Louis XIV—Sedan, 1870; Leipzig, 1813; Jena, 1806; Austerlitz, 1805; Valmy, 1792; Turckheim, 1675. The 20th centuries’ wars were bloodier for only one reason: a massive improvement in killing capability. What would the next iteration of this war look like considering the technology we’ve got now?

Postwar, Europe ceased to be the world’s leading exporter of violence because it was stripped of full sovereignty and subordinated to outside hegemons—first the U.S. and the USSR, then the U.S. alone.
Yes, all true ... but the world cannot and should not be set in aspic and stuck in the 'fridge.

This next bit is a bit over the top;
The benefits of this—to the U.S., Europe, and the world—are not just economic, although those benefits are immense. The benefits are in wars not fought, lives not squandered.

European free-riding isn’t an anomaly or a trick, as many Americans now seem to believe—it’s the central feature of our postwar security strategy. How is it, then, that suddenly, we’ve become consumed with rage that Europe is “taking advantage” of us? How have we forgotten that this is the point of the system? We designed it this way, and did so for overwhelmingly obvious historic reasons learned at incalculable cost.
Just no. At the height of the Cold War, Belgium spent ~3.25% GDP on defense, but was last over the 2% mark in 1992. She is now under 1%. In the same time period, the USA went from 6.3% to 3.1%.

Even today, EST, GRC, and by some measures GBR are all over 2%. Many other nations will be soon. Again, this is not too much to expect for an alliance that shares not just security guarantees, but also responsibilities. To have one, you must shoulder your fair share of the other. No one is asking anyone to spend 3.1%. Just 2/3 of that at a minimum.
The United States underwrites European security through forward engagement and guarantees based on deterrence. In return, its allies accept the United States’ dominant role in the international system. They contribute—significantly, in both money and blood—toward meeting common challenges. Until now, our statesmen have had the good sense to allow all concerned to save face and to describe our relationship as a partnership, with each contributing according to ability. Unfortunately, it seems everyone who understood what this actually meant—European subordination to U.S. hegemony—is dead.
This is an insult to the Europeans. Just by size, we're the big kid in the alliance, but no one is forcing anyone in to this alliance. A demand for fairness is not killing the alliance, it is only asking for a respectful relationship to strengthen the alliance.

Also, I know Trump derangement syndrome is blinding people, but Trump did not invent this concern. I've been on this for two decades, but I'm just a gnat on the natsec rump, listen to General Craddock in 2009, and SECDEF Gates in 2011.

This is not new - we just have a President who is willing to lead with it in the open.

If our slacking NATO partners will simply do the minimum - which isn't too much - then our alliance will be better, stronger, and better able to promote liberal democracy. 

Claire is 180 degrees out from what is going on.
They were wrong. We’re now cheerfully pissing away the greatest achievement of American history, the work of generations, achieved at incalculable cost in life and treasure: a free, united, secure, and prosperous Western world. The 20th century has been forgotten. No one learned a thing from it.
The present state of events is not good for NATO, The West, or any of its alliance partners.

Regular readers here know I get a kick out of the Norwegian series Occupied because it took the warning I gave to my NATO colleagues the first decade of this century, "We are one election away from the USA seriously looking at leaving NATO if you guys don't start spending more on your own defense." and made a series out of it. They refused to understand that there is a strong tradition in the American culture that started with the first English speaking colonies in North America, "He who does not work, does not eat." We will only take slackers for so long - especially entitled slackers.

The nation that needs to get itself in order first is Germany. Regardless of some people's view of Germany, this is 2018. She is a critical and important leader in the family of liberal democracies. Her economy is a powerhouse and her under-investment in her defense undermines deterrence and the ability of NATO to decisively act.

If you care for Germany and NATO, then you need to be as clear and direct as a Dutchman about it. Case in point, Rich Lowry over at NR;
Germany’s defense spending, or lack thereof, is a disgrace. One would think the country would have been embarrassed into following a different trajectory after German troops — Panzergrenadierbataillon 371, to be exact — had to use broomsticks instead of guns in a NATO exercise in 2014. But Germany evidently doesn’t embarrass easily.

NATO countries, after a long vacation from history after the end of the Cold War, agreed at a summit in Wales in 2014 to spend 2 percent of their gross domestic product on defense annually within ten years.

The Baltic states, and anyone in the direct line of fire of Vladimir Putin’s Russia, are scared and spending, although no one will mistake these countries for behemoths. England is above 2 percent, at least in theory (one think tank says that it’s actually 1.6 percent). France is steadily increasing toward the 2 percent target.

It is the biggest economy in Europe and fourth-largest in the world that is the serious laggard. Germany spends all of 1.2 percent of GDP on defense. As Elisabeth Braw points out in Foreign Policy magazine, its military is short on tents and winter clothes. Its aircraft suffer from missing spare parts, and most of its tanks aren’t battle-ready. It has a shortfall of about 20,000 officers and noncommissioned officers. It is promising to get to 1.5 percent GDP . . . by 2025 ...
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It’s not clear how seriously Germany takes the Russian threat (although it sent some troops to Lithuania last year). Germany has been supportive of the proposed Russian pipeline, Nord Stream 2, that would make Europe more dependent on Russian natural gas and bypass Ukraine. It’s Trump, the alleged tool of Putin, who has been complaining bitterly about the project.

With Putin looming to the East, NATO remains a vital tool of Western power. It’s not an imposition to ask that Germany act like it.
Germany needs to get its act together. It is long overdue.

All is not lost. There is good news about NATO when you want to find it. If you push Germany to the side, you can see that many in the alliance get it.

Today NATO issued its latest report of defense spending. Read it all, but these two graphs tell much of the story about who wants to be an adult, and who is content to live in mom's basement.


Note the nations who are just as the cusp of reaching the 2% mark. BZ to them all. Also note the cluster of shame in the bottom left-hand corner. Those are your free-riders - with Germany right in the center of them. Such lost potential.


As you can see, Latvia, Poland, Lithuania, Romania all are making the stretch. They get it. Other nations showing merit, Bulgaria, Canada, Slovakia, and The Netherlands. More work to do, but they are heading in the right direction.

UK, France, Croatia, Albania, and Belgium.  My dudes. Are you reading any of your intel reports?

Name 'em and shame 'em. A few decades of begging isn't helping - and liberal democracy isn't quite flourishing to the East.


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House prices in the European Union on average climbed 11 percent between 2010 and 2017, but with a huge difference from country to country, Eurostat figures out on Tuesday showed. The highest increases were recorded in Estonia (+73 percent), Sweden (+56 percent), Austria (+49 percent), Latvia (+47 percent) and Luxembourg (+40 percent), while the largest decreases were recorded in Spain (-17 percent), Italy (-15 percent) and Cyprus (-9 percent).
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday that Canada is extending its NATO commitment in Latvia by another four years to March 2023 and will boost the number of troops in the country to 540 from the current 455 in a show of ongoing solidarity with the alliance. Trudeau made the announcement in Riga following a meeting with Latvian Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis and indicated that he hopes the increased Canadian commitment to Latvia gets the attention of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Canada is part of a NATO battle group in Latvia, which was established as the alliance’s response to Russia’s surprise annexation of Crimea in 2014 and its invasion of eastern Ukraine....
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Trudeau Latvia

Any encounter between U.S. President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over the next two days will happen on the margins of the NATO Summit in Brussels — not in any deliberate, structured bilateral meeting.


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The pledge called for all allies to stop cutting defense budgets, gradually increase spending and aim to spend 2 percent of their GDP on defense by 2024. Currently, the United States, Greece, Estonia, the United Kingdom and Latvia meet the 2 percent NATO guideline. Since the 2014 summit, the majority of allies have increased defense […]
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Serena Williams may have been out of the grand slam game for roughly 16 months as she started a family, but when her back is against the wall -- as one opponent put it last month -- the real Serena still comes out.

Severely tested for the first time this Wimbledon, Williams rallied to beat big-hitting Italian Camila Giorgi 3-6 6-3 6-4 Tuesday to move to within two matches of a record-tying 24th grand slam title.

"Sometimes I feel, 'Man, I'm in trouble,'" said Williams. "Sometimes I feel, 'I can fight.' For whatever reason, today I was so calm. Even when I was down the first set, I thought, 'Well, she's playing great.' I'm doing a lot of the right things."

It would be a first grand slam title as a mum -- or should that be second, given the American was in the early stages of pregnancy while claiming the Australian Open in 2017? She gave birth to daughter Olympia last September.

Her next test comes in the form of 13th-seed Julia Goerges, while twice grand slam winner Angelique Kerber and 2017 French Open titlist Jelena Ostapenko tangle in the other semifinal.

"I think everything right now is a little bit of a surprise," said Williams, ranked 181st but awarded a special seeding of 25th due to her Wimbledon and overall pedigree . "To be here, to be in the semifinals. I mean, I always say I plan on it, I would like to be there, have these goals. But when it actually happens, it still is, like, 'Wow, this is really happening.'"

Ostapenko not surprised

Ostapenko isn't surprised by Williams' success this fortnight.

"She's such a talented player," said the Latvian. "I think she can do anything. It's not a surprise that after a baby she's back and she's playing great tennis again."

Williams was forced to withdraw from the fourth round of the French Open last month in her grand slam return with a pectoral injury and admitted last week she still wasn't serving at full power or near the 120 mile per hour mark.

But the serve is certainly clicking now.

Giorgi, playing in her maiden major quarterfinal at her favorite grand slam, threatened an upset by winning the first set and led 30-0 on Williams' serve at 1-1 in the second. Her flat, booming ground strokes can befuddle the best of them and the world No. 52 was indeed flawless in the opener.

But from then on the seven-time champion lost only nine more points on serve and finished with three love holds -- Giorgi's rising error count contributed -- to make an 11th semifinal at the All England Club. Her fastest serve was clocked at 122 mph, a sign that the injury is much better.

"My arm is, like, amazing," said Williams.

Rapper friend Drake and fellow singer Justin Timberlake were among those rooting for her on Centre Court and Williams didn't discount another of her pals, the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle, showing up for Thursday's semifinals.

"Just stay tuned, right? Stay tuned for the next episode, Serena Williams Centre Court," she said.

Familiar foe in Goerges

The 36-year-old Williams beat Goerges at the French Open 6-3 6-4, prior to her withdrawal, with a fine serving display. Goerges came back in her match Tuesday, too, defeating Kiki Bertens 3-6 7-5 6-1 in her first grand slam quarterfinal at about the same time Williams' match ended.

Kerber and Ostapenko downed Daria Kasatkina 6-3 7-5 and Dominika Cibulkova 7-5 6-4, respectively. Those contests also finished almost simultaneously.

Goerges and Kerber have given Germany two semifinalists at the same grand slam for the first time since Steffi Graf and Anke Huber at Roland Garros in 1993.

Goerges owns a potent serve and a grand slam breakthrough had been coming: Since the start of 2017, the 29-year-old has appeared in seven finals on three different surfaces.

Topping Williams would take her Wimbledon exploits to another level.

"She has won so many titles here, not only here, a lot of grand slams beside Wimbledon," said Goerges. "Well, it's a great opportunity for me to meet her at that stage. It's an honor to share the court with her.

"But I will sort out some tactics with my team tomorrow and we'll be ready for Thursday."

Kerber is stringing together an impressive season after a 2017 campaign she would like to forget. Weighed down by both pressure and expectation following a glittering 2016, the former No. 1 didn't make a grand slam quarterfinal.

This year, however, Kerber has landed in two grand slam semifinals and a quarterfinal at the French Open.

The left-hander only trailed once against entertainer Kasatkina -- at 1-0 in the second -- but had a difficult time closing out the 21-year-old Russian, needing seven match points in the final game.

That final game included a dazzling 25-shot rally won by Kerber at the net after Kasatkina got herself back into the point despite a slip. When they met in Eastbourne two weeks ago, Kerber needed a third-set tiebreak to prevail.

Blockbuster men's quarterfinal set

In the men's draw, Juan Martin del Potro completed a hard-fought fourth-round win over counter-puncher Gilles Simon 7-6 (7-1) 7-6 (7-5) 5-7 7-6 (7-5). They were halted by darkness after three sets Monday, before the Argentine was forced to rally from 3-1 down in the fourth set and 3-1 in the tiebreak.

He will meet Rafael Nadal at a grand slam for the second time in a matter of weeks after he eased past del Potro in the French Open semifinals en route to his 17th major.

Nadal thus has the psychological advantage in Wednesday's blockbuster although it will be their first duel on grass since Wimbledon in 2011, the year the Spaniard last found himself in a quarterfinal at SW19.

Nadal and del Potro will play on Centre Court after Novak Djokovic's tussle with Kei Nishikori, with eight-time champion Roger Federer off Centre for the first time since 2015 when he battles US Open finalist Kevin Anderson.

"It will be a different match that we played in Paris few weeks ago," said del Potro, who has boosted his ranking to fourth after a string of wrist surgeries. "I will try to hold my service games most of the time.

"If I want to beat him, I have to come to the net very often and play hard with my forehands, with my backhands, and try to take all the chances."

Williams' chances at Wimbledon are looking good.


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Just saying it is difficult to make conclusions without considering other factors. We do not know whether the speed tests are comparative and where the test servers were located (particularly relevant to Africa). As MJ reported in February some European countries have higher FTTB/H penetration (e,g Latvia over 50%) yet this does not appear to be reflected in the results above. So is it the line speed, the contention ratio, the ISP Internet connectivity, test server location or speed test parameter?. We don't know.
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By Pritha Sarkar LONDON (Reuters) - When Jelena Ostapenko walked on to Wimbledon's Court One on Tuesday, it appeared as if she was facing an identikit opponent - both had their hair tied back into neat ponytails and wore white headbands and wristbands. The 21-year-old Latvian firecracker blasted
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By Alan Baldwin LONDON (Reuters) - German 11th seed Angelique Kerber reached the Wimbledon semi-finals with a 6-3 7-5 win over Russian Daria Kasatkina on Tuesday but she needed seven match points to see off the 14th seed. Twice Grand Slam winner Kerber, 30, will next face Latvian 12th seed Jelena Ostapenko
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Jelena Ostapenko became the first Latvian woman to reach a Wimbledon semi-final as the former French Open champion beat Dominika Cibulkova 7-5, 6-4 on Tuesday. Just four years ago, Ostapenko was winning the junior Wimbledon title and now the youngest player left in the women's singles is only one
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          Comment on April 25 Impromptu Found Poetry Review Challenge — a homophonic interpretation by Pearl      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Security question: The correct answer should be depends on how many feathers you have. I did the same homophonic translation: Tourism is always in season A camera’s philosophy with its double major in business and psychology in sent into alleys with kismet, you explain. This is verging on hard data: humans possess light, must have had that. your tight words strip off dark’s possibility. A camera’s philosophy: since honest eyes cost us something we can’t recompense, an okayed honorific is hankered after. Respect the amount of protection doled by the government house. The cameras in Latvia are all Lieca, not disposable. We judge pictures as a vast veil, juts of pinhole rain We judge pictures as a cast ceiling, justice of optics. We philosophers on donkeys tangle, joke, cover valleys laugh as senior punks in our ridiculous cravats.
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          [英語の落ち穂拾い]ding-dong 復習      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

テニスの錦織圭選手が、日本男子23年ぶりのウィンブルドン準々決勝進出を果たしました。

前略

Latvian qualifier Gulbis, a former world number 10 also looking for his first quarter-final at Wimbledon, gave as good as he got in a ding-dong battle over three sets before hurting his knee in the third-set tiebreak.

以下省略

http://www.asahi.com/sp/ajw/articles/AJ201807100017.html

気になったのはding-dong /ˈdɪŋ dɒŋ/ です。

そのままだと「ゴーンゴーンという鐘の音」ですが、それでは意味が通りません。

一体どういう意味になるのでしょうか。

『ジーニアス英和辞典』(第五版、大修館書店)では形容詞形で「鐘のなる、激戦の、(議論が)激しい」、副詞で「(英)せっせと、本気で、一生懸命に」とありました。また、LDOCEでは “the noise made by a bell” “a noisy argument” “ a stupid person” と記載されていました。

この他にもding-dongを用いた様々な表現があります。一例を挙げると、日本語の「ピンポンダッシュ」は “ding-dong ditch” と言うことが出来ます。

記事に戻ると、準々決勝は元世界ランキング1位のジョコビッチとの戦いになります。過去の戦績に目をやると2勝13敗と決して有利とは言えません。しかし今の錦織選手には勢い、そして確かな自信があります。それらを武器に、全力で頑張って欲しいと思います。(seventh-dan)

Ding-Dong! The Witch is Dead - 田邉祐司ゼミ 常時英心:言葉の森から


          In Which the Author Gently Explains NATO       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Currently much of the world is engrossed in the World Cup giving little if any thought to the NATO conference also in session today.    Both are equally as feisty.  Even though, so far, no NATO members have collapsed writhing in agony in an aisle unlike some of the more diva-like soccer players on the field.  Watching the grimaces of pain, the writhing bodies one wonders if the players actually have a secret contest going - something like the Oscars - with an award  awarded at a dinner at the end of the season.

Translating what the North American Treaty Organization (NATO) does makes more sense to me looking at it as a club that is devoted to defending members from enemies for a fee.  Mafia and protection racquets come to mind for some reason.

Some 28 or 29 countries - big and small - have banded together to provide personnel from their own military forces in the defense of smaller, more defenseless countries.  Their dues to be included in this program are an annual Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of 2 per cent (2%).

Obviously the bigger countries are going to give the most and the little ones - Romania, Latvia, Bulgaria , Slovenia are getting a bargain for their comparatively meager input.

At issue this go-around is the fact that only five (5) countries are in good stead with their dues.  The US (overly generous say some) pays in 3.61 percent.  Greece, Britain, Estonia and Poland all give just a little bit more than 2 per cent.  What surprised me was that Canada pays 0.99 per cent  and clearly relies on America to keep an eye out for them if Kim John Un miscalculates and takes out half of Western Canada.  Clearly they need a brick through a window to get their attention and then cause them to pony up with a threat of a veritable rain of bricks through windows.   During office hours.

So far, in some 40 years of US participation in "Mercenaries R Us" no US President  has gone after the low and slow payers until now.  Lo these many years, the Little-ies have lolled in deck chairs in the sand, and waved an idle hand at the Payment Due notices.

I say make'em pay.  Make them deposit what they owe for 2017 to start and deposit it in the NATO Receipts box and go back to active status.  Clearly it hasn't occurred to these countrys' bosses that slow payments may well result in slow service.

"Sorry to hear that, Spain (0.91) Belgium (0.85) Luxembourg (0.44) (aside to aide de camp "Such and such was attacked by a troop of Girl Scouts and needs bulldozers to move all of the boxes of cookies off of the roads - oh?  what's that?  (country)  hasn't paid in since 1946?"  Back to phone, "Sorry I think we have a bad connection.  Good luck with whatever it was you wanted.  Call back when you are free and clear of your debt to NATO.  Until then - good luck."  Seems reasonable to me.  Fair is fair - they are in breach of contract as they stand now which should make any "contract" null and void.   Mercenaries all over the world would rejoice.  "We're working again!"


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