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6:51 AM 11/10/2020 – Tweets


  1. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Reuters

    @Reuters

    Attorney General William Barr told federal prosecutors to look into any ‘substantial’ allegations of irregularities in , prompting the top lawyer overseeing voter fraud investigations to resign in protest https://reut.rs/3phUbz0 

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    Agence France-Presse

    @afpfr

    Célébrations à Bakou après l’accord de fin des hostilités ? Isgandar Ganbarov

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    The Hill

    @thehill

    5 things to know about the Pfizer vaccine news http://hill.cm/Eg1afeh 

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    Известия

    @izvestia_ru

    В Ереване взяли штурмом правительственные здания. Протесты начались после подписания соглашения о прекращении огня.

    Подробности — в нашей фотогалерее: https://iz.ru/1085018/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social 

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  5. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    World Economic Forum

    @wef

    H.R.H. The Prince of Wales @ClarenceHouse shared 10 urgent actions for a new economic model that places the environment at its heart, including mobilizing investment in sustainable infrastructure and nature-based solutions.

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  6. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    The Telegraph

    @Telegraph

    “Teachers have a high standing in the US. No wonder they are also at the heart of politics, bringing real experience to the halls of power” https://www.telegraph.co.uk/education-and-careers/2020/11/09/first-teacher-jill-biden-will-voice-schools-white-house-need/?utm_content=telegraph&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1605008229 

    As First Teacher, Jill Biden will be a voice for schools in the White House. We need a champion too

    Teachers have a high standing in the US. No wonder they are also at the heart of politics, bringing real experience to the halls of power

    telegraph.co.uk

  7. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    SkyNews

    @SkyNews

    Coronavirus: People with suspected COVID-19 receive oxygen in cars after Italian hospital overwhelmed http://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-people-with-suspected-covid-19-receive-oxygen-in-cars-after-italian-hospital-overwhelmed-12128992 

    A patient is administered oxygen whilst waiting in a car outside the Cotugno hospital as the battle with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) intensifies, in Naples, Italy, November 9, 2020. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca

    Coronavirus: People with suspected COVID-19 receive oxygen in cars after Italian hospital overwhe…

    Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, Italy has recorded at least 960,373 confirmed cases and 41,750 deaths.

    news.sky.com

  8. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Reuters

    @Reuters

    Turkey says Azerbaijan achieved ‘sacred success’ in Nagorno-Karabakh http://reut.rs/3li6EjH 

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  9. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Vox

    @voxdotcom

    Biden’s victory won’t instantly clean up the wreckage of the Trump administration, or the problems that enabled Trump to win in the first place.

    As @DylanMatt lays out, there’s much more work to be done now. https://trib.al/fr9q9Am 

    Joe Biden has won. Here’s what comes next.

    Biden will have to overcome a surging pandemic, an economic crisis, and a hostile Republican Party.

    vox.com

  10. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Haaretz.com

    @haaretzcom

    Partners in occupation: Trump provides the anti-Palestinian incitement, Israel the bullets | Opinion https://www.haaretz.com/middle-east-news/.premium-palestine-doesn-t-belong-to-donald-trump-1.6097044 

    Opinion | Partners in occupation: Trump provides the anti-Palestinian incitement, Israel the bullets

    ***

    haaretz.com

  11. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Intelligencer

    @intelligencer

    “I haven’t felt this level of love and togetherness in a long time”: Photographer @stevesweatpants captured images of New Yorkers celebrating Joe Biden’s win https://nym.ag/3eK5Hyc 

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  12. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    5:54 AM 11/10/2020 – News Review | News-Links – http://news-links.org  https://news-links.org/554-am-11-10-2020-news-review/ 

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  13. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Newsweek

    @Newsweek

    Mary Trump labels president’s election challenges “attempted coup” after Biden win https://www.newsweek.com/mary-trump-president-attempted-coup-biden-win-1546255?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1605004256 

    Mary Trump labels president’s election challenges “attempted coup” after Biden win

    The president’s niece also said Joe Biden had won “legitimately and decisively” on Monday night.

    newsweek.com

  14. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Daily Mail Online

    @MailOnline

    Denmark dumps millions of mink in mass graves amid Covid strain fears https://trib.al/Yh1izkG 

    Denmark dumps millions of mink in mass graves amid Covid strain fears

    Shocking photos showed construction lorries offloading thousands of dead mink into ditches this morning in the town of Holstebro in northwest Denmark.

    dailymail.co.uk

  15. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    The Wall Street Journal

    @WSJ

    Germany’s Angela Merkel, Britain’s Boris Johnson, Canada’s Justin Trudeau and India’s Narendra Modi were among world leaders to congratulate President-elect Joe Biden. There were notable exceptions. https://on.wsj.com/3k540wc 

    World Leaders Ready Themselves for a Biden Presidency

    World Leaders Ready Themselves for a Biden Presidency

    After a drawn-out vote count, many global leaders were quick to respond to Joe Biden’s election victory, with most sending congratulations and vowing to work with him.

    wsj.com

  16. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    6:35 AM 11/10/2020 – News Review: US Election 2020: Attorney General William Barr approves fraud investigation Sky News https://news-links.org/635-am-11-10-2020-news-review-us-election-2020-attorney-general-william-barr-approves-fraud-investigation-sky-news/ 

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  17. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    James Comey

    @Comey

    DOJ folks: please hang in there until January 20. Never forget that (as Supreme Ct. once said) you are “the representative not of an ordinary party to a controversy, but of a sovereignty whose obligation to govern impartially is as compelling as its obligation to govern at all.”

  18. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    5:54 AM 11/10/2020 – News Review | News-Links – http://news-links.org  https://news-links.org/554-am-11-10-2020-news-review/ 

    5:54 AM 11/10/2020 – News Review | News-Links – news-links.org

    Michael Novakhov – SharedNewsLinks℠ Michael Novakhov – SharedNewsLinks℠ | In Brief | – Michael Novakhov – SharedNewsLinks The National Interest (США): Турция и Россия ведут борьбу за власть на Южном К

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  19. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Donald J. Trump

    @realDonaldTrump

    This is good news, it means I won!
    cc: @RepDougCollins @SecretarySonny https://twitter.com/BrianKempGA/status/1325890553536516097

  20. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    Esper, on his way out, says he was no yes man Monday November 9th, 2020 at 6:53 PM https://news-links.org/esper-on-his-way-out-says-he-was-no-yes-man-monday-november-9th-2020-at-653-pm/ 

    Esper, on his way out, says he was no yes man Monday November 9th, 202

    Esper, on his way out, says he was no yes man Monday November 9th, 2020 at 6:53 PM 1 Share As had long been expected, President Donald Trump fired Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Monday, cutting short

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  21. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    Exclusive: Esper, on his way out, says he was no yes man https://www.militarytimes.com/news/your-military/2020/11/09/exclusive-esper-on-his-way-out-says-he-was-no-yes-man/ 

    Exclusive: Esper, on his way out, says he was no yes man

    Defense Secretary Mark Esper called Military Times for a lengthy discussion of his time in office.

    militarytimes.com

  22. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    U.S. coronavirus cases top 10 million – POLITICO https://www.politico.com/news/2020/11/09/us-coronavirus-cases-10-million-435429 

    U.S. coronavirus cases top 10 million

    The milestone comes as the U.S. over the weekend set new records for daily number of cases and more than 1,000 deaths.

    politico.com

  23. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    Azerbaijan claims capture of key city in Nagorno-Karabakh https://ino.to/5mhD73b 

    Azerbaijan claims capture of key city in Nagorno-Karabakh

    Azerbaijan claims it has captured the strategic city of Shusha in the disputed enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh, which sits in Azerbaijani territory but is populated and controlled by ethnic Armenians.

    upstract.com

  24. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    U.S. coronavirus cases top 10 million https://ino.to/4WVkLR3 

    U.S. coronavirus cases top 10 million

    The milestone comes as the U.S. over the weekend set new records for daily number of cases and more than 1,000 deaths.

    politico.com

  25. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    3:05 PM 11/9/2020 https://news-links.org/305-pm-11-9-2020/ 

    3:05 PM 11/9/2020 | News-Links – news-links.org

    Mike Nova’s favorite articles on Inoreader: Tropical Storm Eta Hits Florida Tropical Storm Eta made landfall in the south of Florida, Sunday, November 9, bringing strong winds and heavy rains to

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  26. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Anti-Fascism & Far Right ?@FFRAFAction

    Growing rate of theft of Nazi objects across Europe

    Following a series of robberies of Nazi objects in the Netherlands, Nazi uniforms have now also been stolen from a museum in Denmark.

    What lies beneath this growing trend?https://p.dw.com/p/3l2WV?maca=en-Twitter-sharing 

    Growing theft of Nazi objects across Europe

    Following a series of robberies of Nazi objects in the Netherlands, Nazi uniforms have now also been stolen from a museum in Denmark. What lies beneath this growing trend?

    dw.com

  27. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    ‘It’s Time for Pro-Israel Groups to Divorce Azerbaijan’ on https://soundcloud.com/mike-nova-3/its-time-for-pro-israel-groups-to-divorce-azerbaijan 

  28. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    Selected Articles – http://news-links.org  https://news-links.org

    News-Links – news-links.org

    News-Links – news-links.org

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  29. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    Trump lawyer mocks networks calling Biden victory https://ino.to/Ggvay5u 

  30. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    The National Interest: It’s Time for Pro-Israel Groups to Divorce Azerbaijan https://ino.to/yy0KWeK 

    It’s Time for Pro-Israel Groups to Divorce Azerbaijan

    The Jewish community should demand every country promote and respect religious freedom, but it should never use religious freedom as an excuse to turn a blind eye to other abuses.

    nationalinterest.org

  31. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    SvobodaRadio’s YouTube Videos: Зачем вечному неприкосновенность? https://ino.to/D5igQ7Q 

  32. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    1. NPR from Michael_Novakhov (25 sites): News : NPR: Russia And China Among Countries Holding Off On Congratulating Biden https://ino.to/Mr57Px7 

    Russia And China Among Countries Holding Off On Congratulating Biden

    Leaders in the Kremlin and Beijing, as well as in Mexico and Brazil, have conspicuously not congratulated the president-elect, instead waiting for legal challenges to be resolved.

    npr.org

  33. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    11:32 AM 11/9/2020 – Iran, China set to question US over human rights re… https://youtu.be/dgOn9MbEuW4  via @YouTube

  34. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    ‘11:32 AM 11/9/2020 – Iran, China set to question US over human rights record at UN | Russia sees …’ on https://soundcloud.com/mike-nova-3/1132-am-1192020-iran-china-set-to-question-us-over-human-rights-record-at-un-russia-sees 

  35. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    11:32 AM 11/9/2020 – Iran, China set to question US over human rights record at UN | Russia sees record surge in virus cases | The News And Times https://newsandtimes.org/2020/11/09/russia-sees-record-surge-in-virus-cases-monday-november-9th-2020-at-1057-am/ 

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  36. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    The News And Times | The News And Times – Blogs By Michael Novakhov https://newsandtimes.org

    The News And Times

    The News And Times – Blogs By Michael Novakhov

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  37. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    "Ukraine" – Google News: Ukraine’s President contracts coronavirus: presidential office – Reuters https://ino.to/P9Ge683 

    Ukraine’s President contracts coronavirus: presidential office

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has tested positive for coronavirus, the presidential office said on Monday.

    reuters.com

  38. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    Europe: Azerbaijan captures strategic city in Nagorno-Karabakh https://ino.to/oZryv1z 

    Azerbaijan captures strategic city in Nagorno-Karabakh

    Seizure of Shusha threatens to isolate Armenian-controlled enclave and sets up likely assault on capital

    ft.com

  39. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    Iran, China set to question US over human rights record at UN https://ino.to/zGVpDx4 

    Iran, China set to question US over human rights record at UN

    Serial rights abusers Syria, Venezuela and Russia also line up to grill Washington over detentions of migrant children, killings of unarmed Black men; last review was in 2015

    timesofisrael.com

  40. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    The Daily Beast

    @thedailybeast

    Salty Donald Trump Jr. suggests Pfizer timed the vaccine announcement to hurt his dad https://trib.al/E5EEcrD 

    Salty Donald Trump Jr. Suggests Pfizer Timed Vaccine Announcement to Hurt His Dad

    While the world celebrates news that an effective COVID-19 vaccine is in sight, the oldest Trump son has disappeared down a rabbit hole.

    thedailybeast.com

  41. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    4:37 PM 11/8/2020 – The Post-Soviet Legacy Of The Karabakh Conflict – OpEd | Trump Fired, Biden Hired, What Next? – Analysis by Dan Steinbock https://newsandtimes.net/2020/11/08/437-pm-11-8-2020/ 

    4:37 PM 11/8/2020 | The News And Times Blogs Network – newsandtimes.ne

    The Post-Soviet Legacy Of The Karabakh Conflict – OpEd by IWPR Sunday November 8th, 2020 at 4:35 PM Eurasia Review 1 Share By Leila Alieva* Until the most recent outbreak of fighting on September 27,

    newsandtimes.net

  42. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Newsweek

    @Newsweek

    COVID-19 vaccine “more than 90 percent effective” says Pfizer and BioNTech https://www.newsweek.com/covid-19-vaccine-90-effective-pfizer-1545983?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1604926208 

    COVID-19 vaccine “more than 90 percent effective” says Pfizer and BioNTech

    Pfizer said no serious safety concerns have been observed so far.

    newsweek.com

  43. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    NBC News

    @NBCNews

    Transition veterans aim to give President-elect Joe Biden a quick start to governing. https://nbcnews.to/2U8clER 

    Transition veterans aim to give President-elect Biden a quick start to governing

    The transition team has identified 4,300 prospective appointees for the 4,000 federal jobs it must ultimately fill.

    nbcnews.com

  44. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Daily Mail US

    @DailyMail

    .@piersmorgan: Dear Donald, you’ve lost and – unless you actually have real PROOF of fraud – stop sulking, suck it up, and go now https://trib.al/3VxU0kJ 

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  45. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Gay Civil Rights@gaycivilrights

    Damaging democracy –
    Trump to Continue to Hold Campaign Rallies – Jared and Rudy Behind Scheme – POTUS Refuses to Admit He Lost: Reportshttps://buff.ly/3n0rtR0 

    Trump to Continue to Hold Campaign Rallies – Jared and Rudy Behind Scheme – POTUS Refuses to Admit…

    President Donald Trump is going to continue to hold large campaign-style rallies despite losing the election that ended nearly a week ago. Trump will focus the rallies on “specific pieces of eviden…

    thenewcivilrightsmovement.com

  46. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    The Washington Times

    @WashTimes

    UPDATED: Pfizer: Early look shows COVID-19 vaccine is 90% effective https://bit.ly/3pd8ncb 

    Pfizer: Early look shows COVID-19 vaccine is 90% effective

    A coronavirus vaccine from Pfizer proved more than 90% effective in a preliminary analysis of a trial involving thousands of enrollees, a major milestone in the race for shots that can reel in the pan

    washingtontimes.com

  47. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    Russia’s Football Team Captain Pulled From Matches After Masturbation Video Scandal – Monday November 9th, 2020 at 6:32 AM https://bklynradio.com/monday-november-9th-2020-at-632-am/ 

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  48. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    Russia’s Football Team Captain Pulled From Matches After Masturbation Video Scandal – Monday November 9th, 2020 at 6:32 AM https://ino.to/0SDrCZ5 

    Russia’s Football Team Captain Pulled From Matches After Masturba

    Russia’s Football Team Captain Pulled From Matches After Masturbation Video Scandal Monday November 9th, 2020 at 6:32 AM 1 Share The captain of Russia’s national football team Artyom Dzyuba

    bklynradio.com

  49. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Daily Mail Online

    @MailOnline

    Swedes ignore their first-ever lockdown as country sees record number of new Covid infections https://trib.al/TCq9uTo 

    Swedes ignore their first-ever lockdown amid rising infections

    Swedes have ignored their first ever lockdown as the country sees a record number of Covid-19 infections.

    dailymail.co.uk

  50. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    4:37 PM 11/8/2020 – Listen In AUDIO: The Post-Soviet Legacy Of The Karabakh Conflict – OpEd | Trump Fired, Biden Hired, What Next? – Analysis by Dan Steinbock https://newsandtimes.net/2020/11/08/437-pm-11-8-2020/ 

    4:37 PM 11/8/2020 | The News And Times Blogs Network – newsandtimes.ne

    The Post-Soviet Legacy Of The Karabakh Conflict – OpEd by IWPR Sunday November 8th, 2020 at 4:35 PM Eurasia Review 1 Share By Leila Alieva* Until the most recent outbreak of fighting on September 27,

    newsandtimes.net

  51. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Seth Hettena@seth_hettena

    I think it’s going to be a shock to Trump how quickly the news cycle shifts its focus away from him as the Biden transition ramps up.

  52. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    4:37 PM 11/8/2020 https://newsandtimes.net/2020/11/08/437-pm-11-8-2020/ 

    4:37 PM 11/8/2020 | The News And Times Blogs Network – newsandtimes.ne

    The Post-Soviet Legacy Of The Karabakh Conflict – OpEd by IWPR Sunday November 8th, 2020 at 4:35 PM Eurasia Review 1 Share By Leila Alieva* Until the most recent outbreak of fighting on September 27,

    newsandtimes.net

  53. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    The Daily Beast

    @thedailybeast

    “Trump has sucked up all the oxygen for the last four years. He’s been a movie star and dictator and a cult leader and a hideous distraction from our normal lives,” writes @mollyjongfast. https://trib.al/1DtD2NR 

    America Finally Breaks Up With Her Abusive Boyfriend

    Will everything be perfect? Obviously not—we’re looking at divided government, and half the country needs to be deprogrammed. But now, the madness has an end date.

    thedailybeast.com

  54. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    New York Times Opinion

    @nytopinion

    “Joe Biden’s magic is that everything he does becomes the new reasonable,” @AndrewYang told @AnandWrites. “He has shown the ability to move the mainstream of the Democratic Party on issues before.” https://nyti.ms/36fPv3Q 

    Opinion | Biden Can’t Be F.D.R. He Could Still Be L.B.J.

    He has the power to make transformational progress look like “C’mon Man” common sense. Will he use it?

    nytimes.com

  55. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    The Hill

    @thehill

    WATCH: Fireworks in London, Edinburgh as Biden win celebrated abroad http://hill.cm/Nxgu1aG 

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    The Times of Israel

    @TimesofIsrael

    Dutch Protestant Church acknowledges failing Jews in World War II https://www.timesofisrael.com/dutch-protestant-church-acknowledges-failing-jews-in-world-war-ii/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter 

    Dutch Protestant Church acknowledges failing Jews in World War II

    ‘Anti-Semitism is a sin against God and against people,’ church representative says in letter to Jewish community, hopes admission ‘is not too late’

    timesofisrael.com

  57. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Bloomberg Politics

    @bpolitics

    Recognition is growing in Donald Trump’s inner circle that efforts to overturn Joe Biden’s victory will be futile https://trib.al/6sPqppw 

    Trump’s Advisers View Legal Challenges to Biden Win as Futile

    Recognition is growing in Donald Trump’s inner circle that efforts to overturn Joe Biden’s victory will be futile, though some advisers have urged the president to pursue focused legal challenges,…

    bloomberg.com

  58. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    WHO reports coronavirus discovered among mink populations in 6 countries | The News And Times Blogs Network – http://newsandtimes.net  https://newsandtimes.net/2020/11/08/who-reports-coronavirus-discovered-among-mink-populations-in-6-countries-2/ 

    WHO reports coronavirus discovered among mink populations in 6 countri

    WHO reports coronavirus discovered among mink populations in 6 countries Sunday November 8th, 2020 at 4:03 PM Six countries have reported coronavirus cases among farmed mink, the World Health Organiza

    newsandtimes.net

  59. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    FOX News: WHO reports coronavirus discovered among mink populations in 6 countries https://ino.to/683V9ED 

    WHO reports coronavirus discovered among mink populations in 6 countries

    The cases take on a new prevalence as a mutation of COVID-19 arises in Danish mink farm populations.

    foxnews.com

  60. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    THE HYPOCRISY OF HOW “FACEBOOK POLICE” ENFORCE COMMUNITY STANDARDS | The News And Times Blogs Network – http://newsandtimes.net  https://newsandtimes.net/2020/11/08/the-hypocrisy-of-how-facebook-police-enforce-community-standards/ 

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  61. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Anders Åslund@anders_aslund

    Dear outgoing President Trump,
    We are so happy to get rid of you. We have had it with your persistent lying. Please stop lying to us! Can you please limit your lying to your family or those closest to you who are mourning your well-deserved defeat!@realDonaldTrump

  62. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

    THE HYPOCRISY OF HOW “FACEBOOK POLICE” ENFORCE COMMUNITY STANDARDS https://newsandtimes.net/2020/11/08/the-hypocrisy-of-how-facebook-police-enforce-community-standards/ 

    THE HYPOCRISY OF HOW “FACEBOOK POLICE” ENFORCE COMMUNITY STA

    THE HYPOCRISY OF HOW “FACEBOOK POLICE” ENFORCE COMMUNITY STANDARDS Posted by Reggie Jackson | Nov 2, 2020 | Columns, Featured, Reggie Jackson | “We do not allow hate speech on Facebook

    newsandtimes.net

  63. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

    @RFERL

    Armenian officials denied the report but confirmed fighting around the city, a hilltop settlement located on a main road overlooking the breakaway region’s main city, Stepanakert. http://ow.ly/VHYo50CeNmy 

    Nagorno-Karabakh Fighting Flares Up As Azerbaijan Says Key City Captured

    President Ilham Aliyev says Azerbaijan’s forces have taken Shushi (known as Susa in Azeri), the second-largest city in the Nagorno-Karabakh enclave, while Armenian officials say fighting continues in…

    rferl.org

  64. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    New York Times Opinion

    @nytopinion

    “The next chapter of American politics won’t be easy. But this one — squalid, terrifying, degrading, tragic — is almost over,” writes @michelleinbklyn https://nyti.ms/2IifNu7 

    Opinion | We Are Finally Getting Rid of Him

    Don’t undersell the triumph of ousting Trump.

    nytimes.com

  65. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Middle East Monitor

    @MiddleEastMnt

    ‘s Netanyahu congratulates Biden on election win, thanks https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20201108-israels-netanyahu-congratulates-biden-on-us-election-win-thanks-trump/ 

    Israel’s Netanyahu congratulates Biden on US election win, thanks Trump

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu congratulated US President-elect Joe Biden on Sunday, hailing a strong alliance that could be burdened by differences over policy on Iran and the Palestini…

    middleeastmonitor.com

  66. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Politics Insider

    @Politicsinsider

    Sen. Mitt Romney calls for Americans to ‘get behind’ President-elect Joe Biden http://www.businessinsider.com/mitt-romney-donald-trump-accepting-results-biden-transition-election-2020-11 

    Sen. Mitt Romney calls for Americans to ‘get behind’ President-elect Joe Biden

    The Utah Republican said that Trump “will accept the inevitable” once he has exhausted all legal avenues to contest the presidential election results.

    businessinsider.com

  67. Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    The Daily Beast

    @thedailybeast

    The ex-president said he knows Biden to be a “good man who has won his opportunity to lead and unify our country.” https://trib.al/4dEEhAj 

    Ex-President George W. Bush on Biden Victory: Election

    The ex-president said he knows Biden to be a “good man who has won his opportunity to lead and unify our country.”

    thedailybeast.com

  68. Michael Novakhov@mikenov

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Tue, 10 Nov 2020 09:45:23 +0000
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В России за сутки выявили 20 977 зараженных коронавирусом
Tue, 10 Nov 2020 09:45:22 +0000
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ФСБ рассекретила документы о зверствах украинских карателей во время войны
Tue, 10 Nov 2020 09:45:21 +0000
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Кремль опубликовал заявление лидеров Армении, Азербайджана и РФ по Карабаху
Tue, 10 Nov 2020 09:45:00 +0000
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Tue, 10 Nov 2020 09:44:55 +0000
Оофициальный представитель МИД Ирана Саид Хатибзаде заявил, что Иран не согласен с тем, что причастные к этому преступлению, могут получить иммунитет и избежать судебного преследования.
AG Barr authorises election probes with little evidence of fraud
Tue, 10 Nov 2020 09:44:34 +0000

US President Donald Trump has fired his Defense Secretary Mark Esper over Twitter, adding to the political chaos and deadlock stemming from the US elections.
Trump has refused to concede defeat and now Attorney-General William Barr has authorised federal prosecutors to look into allegations of voting irregularities.
But President-elect Joe Biden has lost no time in putting his coronavirus task force in place, as cases rise to more than 10 million in the country.

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Нагорный Карабах: надежда на мир
Tue, 10 Nov 2020 09:44:27 +0000

Москва перебрасывает в Нагорный Карабах миротворцев, в Ереване оппозиция требует денонсировать соглашение, в Баку люди празднуют победу

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The National Interest: China and North Korea are Allies, But What Happens if Kim Jong-un Goes Too Far?
Tue, 10 Nov 2020 09:43:49 +0000
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If North Korea triggers a conflict, China may be forced into a fight that it does not want and is not fully prepared for.

Here’s What You Need To Remember: If Beijing and Washington could avoid nuclear combat, the end of the war would turn on the survival of the DPRK. North Korea cannot indefinitely stand against the combined might of the U.S. and the ROK, much less the addition of Japan to the Coalition. If Chinese intervention can either disrupt the U.S.-ROK war machine through brute force (the destruction of sufficient military assets to make it impossible to continue), or coerce the U.S. to give up through the imposition of high costs, the DPRK could survive and remain in control of some portion of the Korean Peninsula (whether large or small would depend on the timing and extent of Chinese intervention).

Three years ago I outlined what the contours of a war between China and the United States might look like. Although disagreements between Washington and Beijing over Taiwan and the South China Sea have hardly subsided, it increasingly appears that affairs on the Korean Peninsula would provide the spark for conflict. If the tense situation in Korea led to war between the United States and China, how would the conflict start? Who would have the advantage? And how would it end?

How it Would Start

War between North Korea, or the DPRK, and America is more likely to ignite a war between China and the U.S. than vice versa, although its not incomprehensible that Pyongyang might take advantage of U.S. distraction with China to make a move against South Korea. But if we assume the former, it would change the military situation at the beginning of the U.S.-China conflict. Whereas in most scenarios a war happens according to Beijings timetable, and consequently to Beijings advantage, if North Korea triggers a conflict China may be forced into a fight that it does not want and is not fully prepared for. At the very least, it would allow U.S. forces to fully mobilize in expectation of fighting against China. Even if the Chinese were allowed to launch the first blow, U.S. forces would be on high alert, tracking Chinese moves and capable of responding immediately. The experience of November 1950, in which China was allowed to launch a surprise attack, would surely be at the top of the minds of U.S. commanders.

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China could decide to intervene in a new Korean War under two circumstances; first, if it believed that the U.S.-ROK coalition was on the verge of destroying the DPRK (as was the case in 1950), and second, if it believed that the DPRK was winning and that Chinese intervention could preempt U.S. escalation. If the former case, Chinas war objectives would be to prevent the destruction of the DPRK, and to prevent the DPRK from unleashing its nuclear arsenal. In the latter, the objective would be the opposite; to secure North Korean gains (whether these amounted to the entire Korean Peninsula or not), and to eliminate any temptation on the U.S. part to escalate to nuclear weapons. In either case, U.S. and ROK planners would pay careful attention to Chinese maneuvers, and both countries would have fully mobilized for war.

The Allies

Neither China nor North Korea have a lot of friends around the world. Still, both would likely enjoy benevolent neutrality from Russia, which would help significantly in keeping the militaries of both supplied with fuel, spare parts and ammunition.

The rest of the world would likely support the United States and the ROK to various degrees, less if the U.S .started the war, more if the DPRK started it. China would undoubtedly worry about its southwestern flank, but India is unlikely to intervene in any conflict that does not directly involve its interests. Americas European and Pacific allies would offer rhetorical and potentially some minor military support.

Japans participation would be the biggest question mark. Tokyo regards both North Korea and the growth of Chinese military power as key national security threats. Japan might well come under attack from North Korea during intra-Korean hostilities. At the very least, Japan would offer basing and support to the United States and (more quietly) to the ROK. But if Tokyo perceived that a Chinese-North Korean axis might win (as apart from merely preserving a rump DPRK), then Tokyo might well intervene on the U.S. side in a meaningful way. The combination of Tokyos military, financial, and economic might could significantly affect the course of the conflict.

The Course of Combat

On balance, South Korea is considerably more powerful than North Korea. While North Koreas forces can cause enormous damage to South Korea in a conventional conflict, they cannot hope to destroy the Republic of Korea, or ROK, on their own. Attacks in depth against North Korean communications and logistics would make it difficult for the North Korean Army, or KPA, to maneuver. And in the early days of the conflict, South Korean and American airpower would utterly control the sky.

Chinese intervention could change this equation. War between the Koreas would create a problem for the U.S. by introducing the necessity to supply and maintain large scale land forces on the Korean Peninsula. Unleashed against South Korea, Chinese ballistic and land-attack cruise missiles could wreak havoc on U.S. and ROK military installations. Missiles would destroy Coalition aircraft on the ground, and reduce airfield readiness. Attacks on staging and logistics areas would give U.S. and ROK forces a taste of the same problems they had dished out to the North Koreans. US naval forces and installations would also come under attack.

In the first Korean War, the United States restrained itself from attacking China directly. In a new Korean War, the Americans would not exercise such forbearance. Chinese military installations associated with strikes against Korea would come under attack from U.S. air, missile, and naval assets. The PLAN, whether it took to sea or remained in port, would find itself a juicy target, although the U.S. Navy might limit its attacks geographically. Chinese air bases within China, and the aircraft based on them, would also suffer from U.S. attacks.

How it Would End

In almost every conceivable scenario, Beijing would work hard to try to restrain Pyongyang from using its nuclear, chemical, and biological arsenals. Indeed, the United States might well declare from an early point that it viewed any use of nuclear weapons by the Beijing-Pyongyang axis as implicating both partners, and thus requiring retaliation against both.

If Beijing and Washington could avoid nuclear combat, the end of the war would turn on the survival of the DPRK. North Korea cannot indefinitely stand against the combined might of the U.S. and the ROK, much less the addition of Japan to the Coalition. If Chinese intervention can either disrupt the U.S.-ROK war machine through brute force (the destruction of sufficient military assets to make it impossible to continue), or coerce the U.S. to give up through the imposition of high costs, the DPRK could survive and remain in control of some portion of the Korean Peninsula (whether large or small would depend on the timing and extent of Chinese intervention). If the Chinese cant accomplish this, then the DPRK will cease to exist, and the ROK will extend to the Chinese border.

In the first scenario, the world looks much like it does today, only with substantial destruction across Northeast Asia, and profound disruption to global economic and financial systems. The second scenario sees the same kind of disruption and destruction, but China is the clear loser, with potentially dire implications for the power and legitimacy of the Communist Party of China.

Parting Thoughts

It is unlikely that the Chinese could win the war for North Korea, but they might well be able to prevent the DPRK from losing. But there is little question that China does not want to yoke its growing military machine to the whims of Pyongyang. Even if China could win such a war, the devastation to its trade and financial relationships would vastly exceed the value of preserving the DPRK. This is a war that China wants to avoid, and would only join in desperation.

Robert Farley, a frequent contributor to the National Interest, is author of The Battleship Book. He serves as a senior lecturer at the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce at the University of Kentucky. His work includes military doctrine, national security and maritime affairs. He blogs at Lawyers, Guns and MoneyInformation Dissemination and the Diplomat.

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The National Interest (США): Турция и Россия ведут борьбу за власть на Южном Кавказе
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After Biden win, GOP eyes investigations into the 2020 election – KTVZ
Donald Trump uses tweets to divert from uncomfortable topics, study finds – Aberdeen Evening Express
Ceasefire halts Nagorno-Karabakh conflict after month of fighting
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The National Interest (США): Турция и Россия ведут борьбу за власть на Южном Кавказе

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По мере того, как Реджеп Эрдоган обращает свой взор на Южный Кавказ, Россия пытается сдержать растущие неоосманские амбиции Турции. По мнению автора, конфликт говорит о более широкой модели турецкого проецирования власти на Южном Кавказе — той, которая будет представлять каскадную угрозу интересам безопасности России.

Политолог: Россия свела роль Запада в Закавказье к нулю

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«Москве удалось вбить очередной гвоздь в гроб ОБСЕ – бессмысленной организации, обслуживающей интересы противников России, и свести роль Запада в Закавказье к нулю», – заявил политолог Тимофей Бордачев, комментируя подписание главами России, Армении и Азербайджана соглашения о прекращении войны в Карабахе«То, что произошло сегодня ночью – это очень хорошая новость. Во-первых, наступил мир между двумя народами, с которыми Россию связывают дружественные и добрососедские отношения. Во-вторых, ликвидируется один из реликтов эпохи, когда внешнеполитические позиции Москвы были очень слабыми – Минская группа с участием двух лидеров стран Запада – США и Франции», – написал на своей странице в Facebook программный директор международного дискуссионного клуба «Валдай» Тимофей Бордачев.

Эксперт уверен, что вместе с этим «роль Запада в Закавказье сводится к нулю». «Вбит очередной гвоздь в гроб ОБСЕ – бессмысленной организации, обслуживающей интересы противников России. Существенно усиливается российское военное присутствие в Закавказье. Азербайджан получает обратно большую часть отторгнутых 30 лет назад территорий, а Армения – гарантии российских миротворцев и шанс на более благоразумное правительство», – отмечает эксперт.

Он также отметил, что «Турция, если этого захочет Азербайджан, получит доступ к мониторингу исполнения договоренностей, которые были достигнуты под решающим влиянием России». «Но именно сейчас это не имеет значения. За эту чистую победу Россия заплатила жизнями двух своих солдат, но не вступила в боевые действия непосредственно», – заключил политолог.

Напомним, во вторник ночью премьер Армении сообщил, что вместе с президентами Азербайджана и России подписал заявление о прекращении карабахской войны. При этом президент Армении Армен Саркисян узнал об этом из СМИ.

Пресс-секретарь президента России Дмитрий Песков подтвердил, что лидеры России, Армении и Азербайджана подписали заявление о прекращении военных действий в Карабахе. Позже российский лидер Владимир Путин раскрыл детали договоренностей между сторонами конфликта.

Сразу же после этого началась операция по переброске российских миротворцев в Нагорный Карабах. При этом президент Азербайджана уточнил, что миротворцев в Карабахе разместят Россия и Турция. Позже в МИД России уточнили, что на линии соприкосновения в Нагорном Карабахе будут размещены только российские миротворцы.

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12 самолетов с российскими миротворцами отправлены в Нагорный Карабах

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Из России в Нагорный Карабах вылетели 12 самолетов военно-транспортной авиации для выполнения миротворческой миссии после вступления в силу заявления о перемирии прекращении военных действий.

В Москве задержали участниц Pussy Riot

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В Москве на выходе из кафе задержали участниц Pussy Riot Марию Алехину и Маргариту Флорес, а также бывшего фигуранта «московского дела» Самариддина Раджабова

Ankara to Control Karabakh Ceasefire Implementation, Turkish Foreign Minister Says

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Russia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan yesterday adopted a joint statement on a ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh and paved the way for a peacekeeping mission in the embattled region. The Russian Foreign Ministry earlier in the day emphasised that only Russian peacekeepers would be deployed to Karabakh.

FDA Allows Emergency Use of Antibody Drug to Fight COVID-19 

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(WASHINGTON) — U.S. health officials have allowed emergency use of the first antibody drug to help the immune system fight COVID-19, an experimental approach against the virus that has killed more than 238,000 Americans.

The Food and Drug Administration on Monday cleared the experimental drug from Eli Lilly for people 12 and older with mild or moderate COVID-19 not requiring hospitalization. It’s a one-time treatment given through an IV.

The therapy is still undergoing additional testing to establish its safety and effectiveness. It is similar to a treatment President Donald Trump received after contracting the virus last month.

Early results suggest the drug, called bamlanivimab, may help clear the coronavirus sooner and possibly cut hospitalizations in people with mild to moderate COVID-19. A study of it in hospitalized patients was stopped when independent monitors saw the drug did not seem to be helping in that situation.

The government previously reached an agreement to buy and supply much of the early production of Lilly’s drug.

Only one drug — Gilead Sciences’ remdesivir — has full FDA approval for treating COVID-19. Government treatment guidelines also back using dexamethasone and other steroids for certain severely ill, hospitalized patients.

One other treatment has an emergency use designation now — convalescent plasma, or the blood of COVID-19 survivors. No large studies have shown it to be more effective than usual care alone, however.

The new drug is part of an emerging family of biologic therapies that offer a promising new approach to preventing serious disease and death from COVID-19. Experts say the infused drugs could serve as a therapeutic bridge to help manage the virus until vaccines are widely available.

The drugs are laboratory-made versions of antibodies, blood proteins which the body creates to help target and eliminate foreign infections. The new therapies are concentrated versions of the antibodies that proved most effective against the virus in patient studies.

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. also has asked for emergency authorization for an antibody drug it is testing, the one Trump received.

FDA regulators authorized the Lilly drug using their emergency powers to quickly speed the availability of experimental drugs and other medical products during public health crises.

In normal times the FDA requires “substantial evidence” to show that a drug is safe and effective, usually through one or more large, rigorously controlled patient studies. But during public health emergencies the agency can lower those standards and require only that an experimental treatment’s potential benefits outweigh its risks.

The emergency authorization functions like a temporary approval for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. To win full approval, Lilly will have to submit additional research to fully define the drug’s safety and benefit for patients.

The government has signed an agreement with Lilly to spend $375 million to buy 300,000 vials of the drug. How many doses that would provide is unclear. Each vial contains 700 milligrams and that dose proved ineffective in the early results. It took four times that amount — 2,800 milligrams — to show any effect.

The Lilly drug is authorized for people 12 and older who weigh at least 40 kilograms (about 88 pounds), and who are at high risk for progressing to severe COVID-19 and/or hospitalization. This includes those who are 65 years of age or older, or who have certain chronic medical conditions.

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AP chief medical writer Marilynn Marchione in Milwaukee contributed to this report.

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European synagogues keep on their lights to mark 1938 Kristallnacht pogroms

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‘Let There Be Light’ initiative has houses of worship ‘commemorate the ones that were extinguished on that fateful night’ 82 years ago

Россия заявила, что в НКР разместят только российских миротворцев. Алиев сообщил о размещении и турецких военных

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Полетевшие в Карабах российские “миротворцы” участвовали в оккупации Крыма и воевали на Донбассе – волонтер

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В ночь на 10 ноября Армения, Азербайджан и Россия подписали соглашение о прекращении войны в Нагорном Карабахе.

After Biden win, GOP eyes investigations into the 2020 election – KTVZ

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After Biden win, GOP eyes investigations into the 2020 election  KTVZ

Donald Trump uses tweets to divert from uncomfortable topics, study finds – Aberdeen Evening Express

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Donald Trump uses tweets to divert from uncomfortable topics, study finds  Aberdeen Evening Express

Ceasefire halts Nagorno-Karabakh conflict after month of fighting 

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Celebrations begin following the signing of a deal to end the military conflict over the Nagorno-Karabakh region in Baku, Azerbaijan, on Tuesday.

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Esper, on his way out, says he was no yes man

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As had long been expected, President Donald Trump fired Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Monday, cutting short what would have otherwise been his final months at the Pentagon, in anticipation of President-elect Joe Biden’s transition in January.

Delivered via tweet, Trump announced Chris Miller, previously the National Counterterrorism Center director, will step in immediately as acting defense secretary.

Esper’s Pentagon exit had been expected for months, as tension both subtle and obvious bubbled with the White House. Some had expected that Esper would beat him to the punch with a resignation, but with the election coming up, it appeared neither side wanted to rock that particular boat.

In fact, Esper went nearly underground in the run-up to the election, last hosting a Pentagon briefing in late July. He continued to bring reporters along on several trips both within the U.S. and abroad, but declined on-the-record interviews. Former Vice President Joe Biden’s apparent election victory temporarily quelled rumors that Esper would either resign or be fired, but in the end, the Trump administration decided it would rather finish out its last 10 weeks with someone else.

Speaking to Military Times in an exclusive interview on Nov. 4, Esper confirmed that he never had any intention of quitting, and though he expected the other shoe to drop, he didn’t have a good read on when.

“So what I’m trying to do is, kind of, share my views and perspectives while they’re still fresh,” he said.

He was also conscious of his legacy, particularly where it concerned the National Defense Strategy.

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“I guess my top line is, as I look back, I see it ― you know, despite a series of crises and conflicts ― and yes, occasional tension with the White House ― I think we’ve been really successful in transforming the department, implementing my top priority as the NDS, if you will, and then protecting the institution, which is really important to me,” he said. “And then … fourth, I should say, preserving my integrity in the process.”

Dubbed “Yesper” by his critics, including the president, he takes umbrage with the idea that he has been anyone’s “yes man.”

“My frustration is I sit here and say, ‘Hm, 18 Cabinet members. Who’s pushed back more than anybody?’ Name another Cabinet secretary that’s pushed back,” he said. “Have you seen me on a stage saying, ‘Under the exceptional leadership of blah-blah-blah, we have blah-blah-blah-blah?’ ”

Protect this house

Esper’s tenure dovetailed with a historic shift in Pentagon priorities, from the decades-long war on terrorism to the “era of great power competition” ― in other words, something of a new Cold War, but this time involving North Korea, Russia, and most importantly, China.

More than anything, it’s clear the NDS was his baby, and he was willing to go to great lengths to protect it.

“Everybody’s on board, until you start talking money and people,” he said of the general support for the NDS. “And then people fall off board, right?”

Never was that more clear than in late July, when he announced a plan to withdraw 12,000 troops from Germany.

Some of them would be moving to other parts of Europe, while others could return to the U.S. to deploy on a rotational basis to NATO’s eastern boundary, where troops had been training local forces for years.

“And then you go and you start doing [combatant command] reviews, and you start moving things and pulling things out. And then they say, ‘Oh, no, no, no, no, not that. That’s too important. That’s hard work,’” he said. “That’s the stuff where you’ve got to make the hard calls, where people say, ‘Oh, if you do this, you’ll break that.’”

The president had asked for 10,000 troops out of Germany, Esper said.

“And look, I can’t control — I can only control what I do,” he said. “The president’s going to — he’s very transparent in terms of what he wants. And he’s been very clear about his views … I’m not trying to make anybody happy. What I’m trying to do is, fulfill what he wants — I mean, he’s the duly elected commander in chief — and make the best out of it.”

Publicly, Trump had lambasted Germany for not paying 2 percent of its gross domestic product into NATO, and after the realignment’s announcement, Trump promptly told that country they had it coming.

“Some of those ideas were ideas that were out there for years that folks just didn’t have the courage or the willpower to propose,” Esper said, explaining that he had taken the president’s request and tried to carry it out as thoughtfully and strategically as possible.

Throw in a nationwide movement for racial justice and the possible end of the war in Afghanistan.

When it came down to it, Esper said, he felt like he couldn’t throw in the towel, no matter how dysfunctional his relationship with the administration became.

Like retired Marine Gen. James Mattis before him, Esper gave off the distinct aura of someone trying to be the adult in the room, the last line of defense between the world’s most powerful military and a commander in chief who saw it as a political bludgeon.

“Yeah, look, I mean ― my soldiers don’t get to quit,” he said. “So if I’m going to quit, it better be over something really, really big. And otherwise, look, I’m going to do what I’ve always done, which is try and shape it the best I can.”

He did come close once, though, he said.

Following his testimony in Trump’s impeachment proceedings, concern flared that the administration might try to retaliate against now-retired Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, who had been a Ukraine expert at the National Security Council.

Months after his February testimony, something appeared amiss, as the Army’s expected colonel promotion list had still not dropped. Vindman’s camp alleged that someone in the chain of command was holding it up, though behind the scenes, both Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy and Esper had signed off.

“You know, the Army had done all its due diligence on him. He was qualified for promotion. They asked me, you know, what to do,” he said. “I said, if he’s qualified for promotion, do the right thing, put him on the list. I endorse it. We’ll just let the chips fall where they might.”

In the end, Vindman decided to resign his commission and retire from the Army, with no public indication of whether the president intended to overrule Esper’s judgment.

But if Trump had decided to punish Vindman, would that have been too far? Would Esper have resigned?

“Yeah, no, absolutely,” he said.

‘I think he’ll do very well’

Esper, a retired Army infantry lieutenant colonel and veteran of the D.C. political scene who had worked in the Pentagon and on Capitol Hill, in the leadership of a conservative think tank and as a top lobbyist for defense giant Raytheon, appeared to have all the right bullet points for the job.

Though he had been Trump’s third pick for Army secretary ― the previous two had been undone by financial entanglements and bigoted public comments about the LGBTQ community, respectively ― Esper took to the job like a grunt to a case of Rip-Its.

His first order of business was to start slashing cumbersome administrative and training requirements, starting with media awareness and a mandatory personal travel reporting system, eventually culminating in the downfall of the legendary PT belt.

That all began with a visit to the post gym at Fort Myer, Virginia, when a specialist on a nearby treadmill started blasting music directly from his phone to spice up his run.

“Why don’t you just wear earphones like everybody else?” Esper recalled asking him. “’My chain of command says I’m not allowed to wear earphones while I’m running,’ Why not? ‘Because I’ll get hit by a car like that.’ … And I’m like saying … ‘that’s why you run with a PT belt, too?’ That’s why I got rid of that. It’s stupid.”

Then came the Army’s acquisition revolution, anchored by the newly anointed Army Futures Command, tasked with the research and development for five new programs that would completely revamp its ground combat capabilities.

Esper and then-Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley, who would later become his chairman of the Joint Chiefs, spent many of their evenings in what they affectionately called “night court,” running through lists of procurement programs and picking off all but what they deemed the most necessary.

The final body count included more than $25 billion in savings.

Months later, rumors started swirling that Esper was on the short list to replace Mattis, who had quit just before Christmas 2018.

In his resignation letter, Mattis opined that he could not be complicit in forsaking America’s allies ― presumably, in response to Trump’s order to withdraw troops from Syria, troops who had been fighting along with local Kurds to keep the Islamic State in check.

Former Boeing executive Patrick Shanahan, Mattis’s deputy, had moved into the acting role, but the feeling was that Trump might not nominate him for the top job.

Speculation came to a crashing halt last June, when details of Shanahan’s decade-old, contentious divorce leaked, and he resigned from the Pentagon entirely to head off the public glare.

Enter Esper.

“Mark Esper, who is a highly respected gentleman, with a great career ― West Point, Harvard ― a tremendous talent,” Trump told reporters outside the White House. “I think he’ll do very well.”

He was in hot water almost immediately, as Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., grilled him mercilessly at his July 2019 confirmation hearing over his declining to promise to recuse himself from any deals with Raytheon.

“This smacks of corruption, plain and simple,” Warren said. “Will you commit that during your time as defense secretary that you will not seek any waiver that will allow you to participate in matters that affect Raytheon’s financial interests?”

He would not, he said, on the advice of DoD’s lawyers.

Despite the altercation, he sailed through the confirmation process and weathered the rest of the year relatively unscathed, even garnering praise for reviving the Pentagon’s press briefings, which had been shut down for more than a year at the time.

While trying to keep his head down and lay the groundwork for the new national defense strategy Mattis announced in 2018, Esper took fire on the Pentagon’s decision to move billions out of its counter-drug and military construction accounts to fund a fence along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Then 2020 came around, kicking off with Iran and the U.S. on the brink of war following the president’s order to assassinate a top Iranian general who had masterminded countless insurgent attacks on U.S. and coalition troops fighting the Islamic State in Iraq.

Though Trump and Esper were united in their strategic decision, the cracks started to show when it came to the 100-plus service members who sustained traumatic brain injuries in Iran’s revenge attack on an Iraqi air base.

“No, I don’t consider them very serious relative to other injuries I’ve seen,” Trump said during a January press conference, comparing what he referred to as “headaches” to the aftermath of Iranian road side bombs, including “people with no legs and no arms.”

Esper assured that he had explained to the president that so-called mild traumatic brain injuries can have long-term, devastating effects.

“I’ve had the chance to speak with the president. He is very concerned about the health and welfare of all of our service members — particularly those who were involved in the operations in Iraq,” he said, though he did not elaborate on whether the talk came before or after Trump’s statements. “And he understands the nature of these injuries.”

Beginning of the end

The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic soon took over the news coming out of both the White House and the Pentagon, as Esper and the military services scrambled to put in place physical distancing regulations, testing protocols and more in an effort to keep DoD churning as it felt like the world burned around it.

After a Black man from Minneapolis, George Floyd, died at the hands of a white Minneapolis police officer, protests erupted in front of the White House, and Esper took a fateful walk across a forcefully cleared Lafayette Square so that Trump could hold up a Bible and say a few words in front of the fire-damaged St. John’s Episcopal Church.

The following day, Esper briefed the press, trying to explain how he unknowingly walked into that political disaster.

“Look, I do everything I can to try and stay apolitical, trying to stay out of situations that may appear political,” Esper said. “And sometimes I’m successful at doing that. And sometimes I’m not as successful.”

Then he had his first public break with the president, who had ordered active-duty troops from Fort Bragg, North Carolina, to assemble outside the D.C. area in case they were needed to put down violent protests.

“The option to use active-duty forces in a law enforcement role should only be used as a matter of last resort, and only in the most urgent and dire of situations,” Esper said, strongly countering the president’s threatening message. “We are not in one of those situations now. I do not support invoking the Insurrection Act.”

The president was reportedly furious.

“I was really concerned that that continued talk about Insurrection Act was going to take us in a direction, take us into a really dark direction,” Esper said. “And I wanted to make clear what I thought about the situation as secretary of defense and the role of the active-duty forces. And to kind of break the fever, if you will, because I thought that was just a moment in history where … if somebody doesn’t stand up now and say something and kind of push the pause button, then … it could spiral.”

When then-Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Kaleth Wright, who is Black, decided to speak out about his experiences as a person of color in the military, DoD couldn’t put the horse back in the barn.

The services and the top levels of the Pentagon all set about creating task forces to improve diversity and inclusion within the services.

As part of that discussion, the issue of 10 Army posts named for Confederate officers resurfaced, as it had periodically in previous years.

Both Army Secretary McCarthy and Esper signaled they were open to the idea of changing them, but the president quickly shut down that idea, threatening to veto the National Defense Authorization Act if Congress tried to slip in a provision to change the names.

The other issue was the flying of the Confederate flag on DoD installations.

“So I thought I had a really clever way, creative way of addressing it,” he said.

In mid-July, Esper issued a memo that banned the flying of all flags other than those of U.S. states, allied countries and those of military units in all common areas, offices and otherwise public spaces on military bases.

The memo did not mention the Confederate flag by name, and so additionally effectively banned a host of other flags, from those expressing LGBTQ pride to college sports and beyond.

“So I don’t want the military politicized any which way — I don’t want a Confederate flag. I don’t want a Proud Boys flag … take any of your groups on the left, I don’t want their flags,” he said.

His reasoning, he said, was to take out any and all perceived politics.

“The principle is here, what’s consistent with our values. One of those values was … we don’t want a flag that was aligned with an organization that, you know, committed treason against the country,” he said. “But the other one is, don’t be political. And so my view was, let’s take a different approach: let’s affirm the centrality of the U.S. flag as the flag for the U.S. military, as simple as that may be, and then everything else just doesn’t have a place with us.”

But the backlash was swift. In trying to avoid a controversy over allowing some political flags but not others, Esper found himself accused of a different kind of bigotry, for banning the rainbow pride flag.

“And yeah, I knew we knew we would take some heat for that. That’s fine. But again, if you go back to the core principle: keep the military apolitical,” he said. “And as I said, to the folks at the time, if you want to come back later, and get waivers for this flag or hat flag, come back. Guess what? Nobody’s come back to me.”

The endless war

Of course, woven through Esper’s entire tenure was the specter of a full withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan, a campaign promise that Trump was intent on keeping.

Against the backdrop of Taliban peace talks, first with U.S. diplomats and then with the Afghan government, the president started issuing orders about cutting numbers.

In consultation with the chain of command, the Pentagon settled on reducing troop levels from roughly 8,000 down to 4,000. From there, Esper and Milley said time and time again, it would be a conditions-based drawdown.

Just weeks ago, Milley appeared on NPR and, in his way, shot down White House National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien’s assertion that the drawdown was heading for 2,500.

“I think that, you know, Robert O’Brien or anyone else can speculate as they see fit,” Milley said. “I’m not going to engage in speculation. I’m going to engage in the rigorous analysis of the situation based on the conditions and the plans that I am aware of and my conversations with the president.”

Trump also waded into the discussion, tweeting that the U.S. “should” have the rest of its troops home by Christmas.

Esper’s office stayed as far away from the discussion as possible, as it had in countless instances where it appeared that DoD and the White House were not on the same page.

Declining to clarify anything on the record was a purposeful strategy, Esper said.

“Imagine this: ‘Disregard what the president said. This is still the plan,’” Esper suggested. “Now, if I were the president, I’d say, ‘Really? Here you go. Here’s a written piece of paper. You’re coming home by December.’”

Esper’s explanation of his thought process loudly echoed the one laid out by former Homeland Security Department official Miles Taylor in an anonymous 2018 New York Times essay, in which he described members of Trump’s staff removing memos from his desk and otherwise trying to redirect the president’s attention in order to keep him from doing something rash.

“You’ve got to think through steps two, three and four. And often folks don’t do that,” Esper said. “Why get in a mudslinging match when you’re still working for the commander in chief? That doesn’t get you anywhere.”

In the balance, in the case of the Afghanistan withdrawal, are thousands of troops and their families wondering if they are in fact coming home, or if that deployment they’re planning their lives around will still happen.

“It may be a little bit uncertain for some folks, but I know the chain of command completely knows what we’re doing and where we’re going,” Esper said.

Have other defense secretaries had to spend this much time trying to balance the president’s demands with their very real consequences to national security?

“Probably not,” he said. “I don’t know, I’ve only worked for a couple.”

But he has no regrets about how he handled himself.

“At the end of the day, it’s as I said — you’ve got to pick your fights,” he said. “I could have a fight over anything, and I could make it a big fight, and I could live with that — why? Who’s going to come in behind me? It’s going to be a real ‘yes man.’ And then God help us.”

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Trump fires Secretary of Defense Mark Esper

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President Trump on Monday said he fired Secretary of Defense Mark Esper and that Christopher Miller, the director of the National Counterterrorism Center, will take over as acting defense secretary “effective immediately.”

“Mark Esper has been terminated,” Trump tweeted, his first ousting of a Cabinet official since the election was called for Democratic nominee Joe Biden. “I would like to thank him for his service.”

A senior U.S. official told Fox News that White House chief of staff Mark Meadows called Esper and let him know he was being fired before the president’s tweet.

Fox News has learned that Esper was involved in meetings at the Pentagon Monday morning, and was behaving as defense secretary. Sources told Fox News that the president’s announcement caught some of his staff off guard.

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Recently, there have been reports that Esper could be removed from his post or could be preparing resignation letters, but some members of his staff believed that he would remain through inauguration.

Esper’s firing comes five months after he said he did “not support invoking the Insurrection Act,” amid nationwide protests over the summer. He has not held a press conference in the Pentagon briefing room since July.

“The option to use active-duty forces in a law enforcement role should only be used as a matter of last resort and only in the most urgent and dire situations,” Esper said in June. “We are not in one of those situations now. I do not support invoking the Insurrection Act.”

FILE – In this July 10, 2020, file photo Defense Secretary Mark Esper speaks during a briefing on counternarcotics operations at U.S. Southern Command in Doral, Fla. Esper plans to fly nearly halfway around the world this week to tiny Palau, which no Pentagon chief has ever visited. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)

The president said Miller would immediately become acting secretary of defense.

“I am pleased to announce that Christopher C. Miller, the highly respected Director of the National Counterterrorism Center (unanimously confirmed by the Senate), will be Acting Secretary of Defense, effective immediately,” Trump said.

WASHINGTON, DC – SEPTEMBER 24: National Counterterrorism Center Director Christopher Miller testifies at a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing on “Threats to the Homeland” on Capitol Hill on September 24, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Joshua Roberts-Pool/Getty Images)

The president added: “Chris will do a GREAT job!”

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Miller was sworn in as the seventh director of the National Counterterrorism Center in August, after serving as deputy assistant secretary of defense for special operations and combating terrorism.

From 2018 to 2019, Miller served as the special assistant to the president and senior director for counterterrorism and transnational threats at the National Security Council responsible for strategic-level policy making and implementation.

Miller also served in the military from 1983 to 2014, beginning in the Army Reserve, and later transferred to Special Forces. Miller participated in combat operations in Afghanistan in 2001 and Iraq in 2003 with the 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne,) and many follow-on deployments to both theaters.

Fox News’ Jennifer Griffin, Lucas Tomlinson and Gillian Turner contributed to this report. 

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Opinion: The Trumpian refusal to accept election defeat is un-American

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A stranger held a door open for me and said “We have a new president!” I got to talking with the woman and learned she was originally from Syria.

“Today is the first time I’ve ever been able to vote,” she said.

This hit home.

After four years of constant, negative rhetoric aimed at division and exploiting old wounds — especially on

immigration

 and

race

 — one sentence from a stranger, from an immigrant, reminded me of the importance of not just our elections, but the process we have and why it has traditionally been cherished and must be respected.

And yet here we are, six days after the presidential election, where the results are clear and despite this, President Donald Trump and his allies continue to question the result and make

unproven claims of voter fraud

. These claims never contain a shred of evidence and as Georgia Lieutenant

Governor Geoff Duncan

, a Republican, said on CNN on Monday morning, there simply have not been credible reports of voter fraud.

Of course these claims of voter fraud, which President Trump began about mail-in ballots in advance of Election Day, are more about shifting blame for the loss or just not accepting the loss. But that they are invalid does not mean they do not still have an impact.

These moves are un-American, and perhaps the best result of this election was the rejection of these kinds of tactics.

We knew the 2020 election was going to be a tough and divisive campaign. While President-elect Joe Biden has said important words about coming together, a marked change from what we have seen — and continue to see — under Trump, real unity will be difficult. Part of that is due to both Republicans and Democrats not having an incentive to work together; bipartisanship is not a strong fundraising tool or popular amongst either base. And there are sincere differences in principle that will limit where Washington can bridge partisan divides.

But we should be able to agree on the core tenets of our system of government: the right to vote, that vote being counted and the peaceful transition of power.

It is often said that America is an idea. It’s also a promise. It’s a promise that we make to the individual, like the stranger from Syria, and to emerging democracies throughout the world.

Those core tenets are being put to the test in America right now, and we have to do better. Ultimately, even, or especially, at a time of division, they are what bind us together as Americans.

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Putin wont congratulate Biden until challenges end, Kremlin says – RochesterFirst
Mon, 09 Nov 2020 20:11:49 +0000
Putin wont congratulate Biden until challenges end, Kremlin says  RochesterFirst
GOP-led states back Trumps legal drive to challenge election
Mon, 09 Nov 2020 20:11:37 +0000
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Trump has no intention of offering concession, campaign insists
Mon, 09 Nov 2020 20:11:24 +0000
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Donald Trump has no intention of admitting defeat in the US presidential election or offering Joe Biden his concession, his campaign insisted on Monday.

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Trump Fires Esper, Taps NCTC Director to be Acting SecDef
Mon, 09 Nov 2020 20:10:41 +0000
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Christopher Miller becomes Trump’s fourth acting defense secretary just 72 days before Inauguration Day.

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President Trump fires Defense Secretary Mark Esper
Mon, 09 Nov 2020 20:09:24 +0000

Christopher C. Miller, director of national counterterrorism center, will be acting secretary of defense.

Tropical Storm Eta Hits Florida
Mon, 09 Nov 2020 18:32:28 +0000

Tropical Storm Eta made landfall in the south of Florida, Sunday, November 9, bringing strong winds and heavy rains to the region.

READ MORE: Tropical Storm Eta made landfall late Sunday in the Florida Keys on its way into the eastern Gulf of Mexico before taking another aim at the southeastern U.S. state later this week.

The U.S. National Hurricane Center said the storm had maximum sustained winds of 100 kilometers per hour as it brought heavy rainfall and life-threatening flash floods to parts of southern Florida.

Forecasters expect the storm to strengthen slightly into a hurricane later Monday or Tuesday but weaken again into a tropical storm before making a mainland Florida landfall.

Officials have closed beaches, ports and coronavirus testing sites in the state and urged people to stay home. Floridas governor has also declared a state of emergency in several counties to speed the governments response.

Forecasters expect Eta to drop 15 to 30 centimeters of rain on central and southern Florida through Friday. Parts of the Bahamas, Jamaica and Cuba will also see some heavy rains.

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US election results: Why did so many Latinos back Trump? – BBC News
Mon, 09 Nov 2020 18:32:15 +0000

A record 32 million Latinos were eligible to vote in the 2020 election, making them the largest minority bloc of voters in the country. Although they historically lean Democrat, their support for the Republican party has been increasing.

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Trump lawyer mocks networks calling Biden victory
Mon, 09 Nov 2020 18:31:38 +0000

US President Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani on Saturday said the Trump campaign would launch further legal challenges against the results of the US presidential election won by Democrat Joe Biden.

Speaking as US television networks announced the news of Biden’s victory, Giuliani mocked their call.

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Encouraging results from Pfizer-BioNTech tests send markets skyrocketing
Mon, 09 Nov 2020 18:31:27 +0000

A potential COVID-19 vaccine being developed by Pfizer and BioNTech has been found to be more than 90% effective.

The vaccine has been tested on more than 43,500 participants during Phase 3 the final stage of development when it is given to thousands to test its efficacy and safety.

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The National Interest: Its Time for Pro-Israel Groups to Divorce Azerbaijan
Mon, 09 Nov 2020 18:03:51 +0000
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The Jewish community should demand every country promote and respect religious freedom, but it should never use religious freedom as an excuse to turn a blind eye to other abuses.

Much of Azerbaijans diplomatic prestige in Washington and success in Congress rests on two pillars: first, its embrace by Israel activists who found in Azerbaijan a strategic ally in a difficult neighborhood, and second, energy companies for whom their Azeri business nets billions of dollars.

Oil windfalls often corrupt countries, as both politics and diplomacy become less about accountability and more about patronage. Azerbaijan is no exception. The latest Freedom House rankings put Azerbaijan even below the Gaza Strip, Cuba, and Venezuela. While the United States, France, and Russia have joined together to condemn Azerbaijans military offensive and gross violations of human rights such as summary execution of prisoners and deliberate destruction of Christian cultural sites, the United Kingdom and China have banded together to defend Azerbaijan in multilateral forums. British Petroleum has lobbied the Foreign Office to take an apologetic position toward the Aliyev dictatorship, while Azerbaijans increasing economic partnership with China has also led to Beijings willingness to protect its new Belt-and-Road Initiative proxy.

Israel, too, has bragged that the military equipment and drones it provided to Azerbaijan has given the oil-rich dictatorship a decisive advantage over more democratic Armenia. Azerbaijan would not be able to continue its operation at this intensity without our support, an Israeli defense ministry official told the Asia Times on the condition of anonymity. Israels bargain is clear: It receives 60 percent of its oil from Azerbaijan and, in exchange, it arms Aliyevs government.

Pro-Israel groups and Jewish activists have long embraced the Israel-Azeri relationship for two reasons: First, Azerbaijan is generally religiously tolerant and protects its small Jewish community. Secondly, Azerbaijan has long positioned itself against the Islamic Republic of Iran, both in terms of its official approach to the role of Shiism in politics, and also against Irans nuclear ambitions and Tehrans export of revolution. Washington-Baku relations, meanwhile, developed against the backdrop of the two states counter-terror partnerships in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorism attacks.

Jewish groups can applaud Azerbaijans willingness to allow its Jewish community to thrive, but that should not be a reason to turn a blind eye to its abuses against Armenia. Armenia, too, protects its Jewish community. Indeed, the Jewish community should demand every country promote and respect religious freedom, but it should never use religious freedom as an excuse to turn a blind eye to other abuses.

While many pro-Israel strategists continue to support Azerbaijan because they believe it is opposed to Iran, they may be blind to changes underway that alter reality. So, too, are those U.S. strategists who applaud Azerbaijans post-9/11 counter-terror posture.

Firstly, Iran is on the same side as Azerbaijan in the assault on Nagorno-Karabakh. Whereas President Ilham Aliyev once stood firmly against Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and, for that matter, Russian president Vladimir Putin as well, his calculations began to change because of what he interpreted to be the disinterest shown him first by the Obama administration and then by Trumps team. Whatever Aliyevs true beliefsif he has any beyond the pursuit of personal powerhe is a realist and recognizes he needed to make an accommodation with his more powerful neighbors. Additionally, Azerbaijans full-throttled embrace of Recep Tayyip Erdoğans regime should also raise alarm bells. Aliyev has acquiesced in almost all sectors to Erdoğans diktats, even to the point where Azeri officials cannot talk to Jews who have criticized Erdoğans own excesses. While Azerbaijan may once have aided the Mossads campaign against Irans nuclear program, Hakan FidanErdoğans intelligence chiefhas also exposed Israels anti-nuclear intelligence operatives in Iran. Just as many Israel activists were in denial about Turkeys changes a decade ago, a naivete which Erdoğan exploited to the strategic advantage of Hamas, Iran, Russia, Al Qaeda, and the Islamic State, so too does there now appear to be a growing gap between the reality of Aliyev now versus the positions he took a decade ago.

Indeed, pro-Israel activists should worry about where Aliyevs subordination of himself and Azeri sovereignty to Erdoğan ambitions. Erdoğans Turkey may trade with Israel, but it holds Israel in contempt. It empowers Hamasa terrorist group that now plans attacks on the Jewish state from Turkish territoryas well as Al Qaeda and the Islamic State. The logic some Turkish apologists make that Turkey is anti-Iran and so the United States should hold its nose and embrace Erdoğan both shows ignorance of the multidimensionality of relations in the Middle East and fails the logic test. Hamas is Irans chief Palestinian client. To embrace Turkey is to also empower Iranian proxies.

Nor is castigation of Armenia as somehow anti-Western because of its ties to Iran and Russia entirely fair. Certainly, as some Azeri and Armenian activists have pointed out, I have called out Armenia for these issues in Congressional testimony before but, just as Azerbaijan has pivoted away from its anti-Islamic Republic and counterterror position over time, so too has Armenia changed. The year 2020 is not 2010, and countries change: After its 2018 revolution, Armenia today is substantially more democratic and westward-leaning. While Yerevan maintains close relations with Tehran and Moscowand even hosts a Russian military base in Gyumri, seventy-five miles northwest of the capitalthose relations are more reactive than proactive. Armenia might not need a Russian military base if it could be ensured that Turkey and Azerbaijan did not intend to complete the genocide the Ottomans began just over a century ago.

The blockade by both Turkey and Azerbaijan of Armenian products also shapes Armenian foreign policy. It decimates the Armenian economy by raising the cost of its goods and forcing it to rely more on Iran and Russia as its economic lifeline. There is a certain irony to the argument that Azerbaijan is a better ally for the United States or Israel than Armenia because of Armenias ties to Russia and Iran when, aside from the fact that this need not be a zero-sum game, it is Azerbaijans policy which forces Armenia into their embrace. The Baku to Ceyhan pipeline, which purposely bypasses Armenia, simply amplifies these dynamics. While again it is British Petroleums oil interest which leads the United Kingdom to protect Azerbaijan at the United Nations Security Council and elsewhere, Armeniaeven at the height of tensions with Azerbaijanhas not attacked the pipeline. This reinforces that Armenia is more a partner than an impediment and that its inclusion in the regions oil infrastructure might have far broader diplomatic ramifications. Simply put, should the United States pressure Turkey and Azerbaijan to open trade with Armenia or join its pipeline network, then it would allow Yerevan to wean itself away from any Russian or Iranian demands which run counter to broader Western interests.

For decades, Israel languished in isolation. It was willing to develop ties with any country that would have it, regardless of the baggage that the country carried. Hence it was with Apartheid-era South Africa, a country whose domestic politics were noxious to any Jewish value. Israel still pays the price for its ties to that racist regime today (perhaps unfairly given how South Africa was an Arab oil client). It is no longer 1970, however. Most of the world recognizes Israel; the Israeli government no longer needs relations at any price; it can afford to raise the bar. To supply Azerbaijan with weaponry at a time when Azerbaijan is both targeting Christian villages and churches and developing its relations with China is immoral and will have a long-term cost to which Israeli officials appear blind. Furthermore, as Israel has both normalized relations with the United Arab Emirates and developed its own resources in the Eastern Mediterranean, it need not feel that it is dependent upon Aliyev for energy. Simply put, it is time for any activist who seeks to enhance Israels security in the region to recognize that the reality of Azerbaijan is in dissonance with its propaganda. Its time for both Israel and the U.S. Jewish community to step away from its former Caspian ally.

Michael Rubin is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute

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Europe: Estonian cabinet minister to resign after calling Biden corrupt, saying Trump would emerge as election winner
Mon, 09 Nov 2020 18:03:05 +0000
The Estonian prime minister rejected his remarks as “absurd,” but Mart Helme claimed to have done nothing wrong.

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Mon, 09 Nov 2020 18:01:30 +0000
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CSPAN’s YouTube Videos: President-elect Joe Biden COVID-19 Briefing
Mon, 09 Nov 2020 18:00:26 +0000

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President-elect Joe Biden held a COVID-19 briefing.

“There’s a need for bold action to fight this pandemic.”

“I will spare no effort to turn this pandemic around once we’re sworn in on January 20th. To get our kids back to school safely, our businesses growing and our economy running at full speed again. And to get an approved vaccine manufactured and distributed as quickly as possible to as many Americans as possible free of charge.

“I implore you, wear a mask. Do it for yourself. Do it your neighbor. A mask is not a political statement, but it is a good way to start pulling the country together.”

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Biden announces COVID-19 advisory board
Mon, 09 Nov 2020 17:59:53 +0000

President-elect Biden delivers remarks on his plans to beat COVID-19 and build our economy back better.

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Russia and Turkey keep at bay in Nagorno-Karabakh
Mon, 09 Nov 2020 17:59:39 +0000

Sensitive to the threat of wider confrontation, Russia and Turkey are for now limiting involvement in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict to providing humanitarian assistance and some military aid.

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WHO chief welcomes Biden election win
Mon, 09 Nov 2020 17:59:33 +0000

The Director General of the World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus congratulated Joe Biden on his U.S. election win on Monday and said he was looking forward to working closely with the new administration.

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Tropical Storm Eta made landfall in the south of Florida, Sunday, November 9, bringing strong winds and heavy rains to the region.

READ MORE: Tropical Storm Eta made landfall late Sunday in the Florida Keys on its way into the eastern Gulf of Mexico before taking another aim at the southeastern U.S. state later this week.

The U.S. National Hurricane Center said the storm had maximum sustained winds of 100 kilometers per hour as it brought heavy rainfall and life-threatening flash floods to parts of southern Florida.

Forecasters expect the storm to strengthen slightly into a hurricane later Monday or Tuesday but weaken again into a tropical storm before making a mainland Florida landfall.

Officials have closed beaches, ports and coronavirus testing sites in the state and urged people to stay home. Floridas governor has also declared a state of emergency in several counties to speed the governments response.

Forecasters expect Eta to drop 15 to 30 centimeters of rain on central and southern Florida through Friday. Parts of the Bahamas, Jamaica and Cuba will also see some heavy rains.

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President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey and President Trump at the Group of 20 summit meeting in Japan in June.

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But around that same time, Turkish officials were privately saying that they saw things very differently: They said they perceived a sharp division between Mr. Trump and other American officials — most notably generals in the United States Central Command, which oversees troops in the Middle East. While it was clear the generals wanted to bar Turkey from the safe zone and keep American troops there, Mr. Trump clearly wanted the troops out, they said, and in the end he might get his way.
Mr. Erdogan had traveled to New York with the intention of talking about Syria and the Kurds with Mr. Trump in a private meeting. He attended a group dinner hosted by Mr. Trump, but the two did not have a formal meeting there. Mr. Trump did say at one event that Mr. Erdogan had “become a friend of mine.” The telephone call between the two on Sunday might have been organized as a substitute for the meeting that never took place.
“This looks to be another reckless decision made without deliberation or consultation following a call with a foreign leader,” Mr. McGurk said after hearing of Mr. Trump’s decision on Sunday. “The White House statement bears no relation to facts on the ground. If implemented, it will significantly increase risk to our personnel, as well as hasten ISIS’s resurgence.”
Turkish officials pointed to Mr. Trump’s favorable exchanges with Mr. Erdogan during the G20 summit meeting in Japan in June as another sign of a strong relationship between the two leaders. That bilateral meeting was more about a different security flash point between the United States and Turkey — the purchase by Turkey of the Russian S-400 missile defense system. But Mr. Trump has largely brushed that issue aside.
The White House statement on Sunday came as the Islamic State is gathering new strength, conducting guerrilla attacks across Iraq and Syria, retooling its financial networks and targeting new recruits at an allied-run tent camp, American military, counterterrorism and intelligence officers say.
Though Mr. Trump hailed a total defeat of the Islamic State this year — and asserted its territorial demise in Sunday night’s statement — defense officials in the region see things differently, acknowledging that what remains of the terrorist group is here to stay.
Over the past several months, ISIS has made inroads into the sprawling Al Hol tent camp in northeast Syria, and there is no ready plan to deal with the 70,000 people there, including thousands of family members of ISIS fighters.


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