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Posts Tagged ‘Robert Gates’

Afghanistan Pullout: Steeper Troop Reductions Considered

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on June 6, 2011


War is war if there is the chance either of win or loose. With this war there is no chance to win – always war and war: never ending war. War point of view also there must be other better option that will not invite another recession.
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Osama Bin Laden Raid: Navy SEALs Feared Terrorist Leader Was Reaching For Weapon, Say U.S. Officials

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 5, 2011


It could be better if came everything together rather than piece by piece depending upon the situation.
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Defense Secretary Robert Gates Says Arming And Training Of Libya Rebels Should Be Role Of Other Countries, Not U.S.

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 1, 2011


Nuclear power was developed in the name of establishi­ng peace and now this is threatenin­g the whole human race. Current existing amounts of nuclear power are enough to destroy not a single earth but dozens of equivalent earths. What will happen if the nuclear power will get into terrorists­’ hand? This is today’s one of the biggest concerns for world leaders. : http://ram­kshrestha.­wordpress.­com/2011/0­3/27/overc­oming-new-­decade-cha­llenges/
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Libyan Airspace ‘Under Control’ As Two Sides Meet

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on March 25, 2011


Situation terrible.
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U.S. Pressures NATO Allies To Take Command Of Libya Mission

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on March 24, 2011


My strong concern here: who are people and who are not?
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Hu’s China, Whose Army?

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on January 12, 2011

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Maybe my question,“Is Hu Jintao really the most powerful person in the world?”was the wrong

Hu Jintao: How much power does he have?

one to ask. Today, with reports that his military may have tested a new stealth fighter without his knowledge, the better question is, “How much power does Hu Jintao really have?”

It is a relevant question for the U.S. to ponder, especially with Hu visiting President Obama at the White House next week, and the answer is not so straightforward. The story of China’s first test flight of its stealth fighter is a case in point: Many people have asked, incredulous at the media reports, Do you really believe China’s military would do that without telling their commander-in-chief, on the day he’s meeting with U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates? Here’s The Wall Street Journal’s account:

U.S. officials said President Hu appeared not to have heard of the test flight when Mr. Gates asked him about it in their meeting Tuesday, even after pictures and accounts of it had begun appearing online.

The moment had the potential for huge embarrassment for China’s top leader — who in theory controls the military as chairman of the Central Military Commission — just as Chinese officials anxiously try to clear a smooth path for Mr. Hu’s state visit to Washington next week.

If the military deliberately kept Mr. Hu in the dark, that would reinforce concerns that hawkish elements in the military are increasingly driving China’s foreign policy — including ties with the U.S. — and that they are trying to enhance their power in China’s domestic politics ahead of a leadership transition next year. Read the rest of this entry »

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General McChrystal Offers To Resign, According To Report

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on June 22, 2010


The root of the incident: “I extend my sincerest apology for this profile. It was a mistake reflecting poor judgment and should never have happened,” McChrystal said in a statement. “Throughout my career, I have lived by the principles of personal honor and professional integrity. What is reflected in this article falls far short of that standard.” Video link: http://abcnews.go.com/wn
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