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Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin is your independent, online intelligence resource edited and published by the veteran newsman and founder of WorldNetDaily.com. Each week he taps his vast network of international intelligence sources to bring you credible insights into geo-political and geo-strategic developments.

Poor U.S.-Russia relations hamstring Obama against ISIS
ISIS identifies Western soft-spot
Obama policy helps Venezuelan chief keep power
Russia could deploy troops if Ukraine shifts to West
Europe vulnerable to Russian energy extortion
Russo-German axis evolving from Ukrainian crisis
Top jihadists turn on each other

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President Erdogan
THE CALIPHATE
Turkish lawmaker: Erdogan
at 'war' with Kurds

MP visits Washington to appeal for U.S. help with internal conflict
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POLITICAL POWER PLAY
Russia: Saudis goading U.S. to send troops to Syria
Powers maneuvering after failure of Geneva talks
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F-35
GLOBAL INSECURITY
Planned American jet fighter 'security threat' to U.S, allies
Serious issues plague F-35 achieving operational status
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GLOBAL INSECURITY
Expert: North Korea prepping for EMP attack on U.S.
'Test' launch could turn out to be actual nuclear attack
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ELECTION 2016
General: Hillary email shows pattern of mishandling secrets
Circle of confidants handled classified data 'under the radar'
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Alexander Litvinenko
RUMORS OF WAR
Russian website: Maybe U.S. assassinated Litvinenko
'Western policy has 1 objective: to contain through subjugation, subversion'
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Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
TROUBLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Saudi Arabia headed for crippling civil war?
Prince's snub of Chinese president exposes internal strife
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The late Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi
U.S. MILITARY HITS THE ROAD
Generals fear U.S. will 'go it alone' in Libya
Washington 'to take decisive military action' against ISIS
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MOSCOW IN THE MIDEAST
Washington letting Moscow stew in its own Mideast juices
Simmering Iranian-Saudi conflict could derail solution in Syria
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TROUBLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Iran deal done, now Saudis talk nukes
Government-run daily warns now is the time to join program 'for peaceful purposes'
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EYES ON IRAN
Still a mystery: How sailors ended up in Iranian custody
Navy investigating, while critics suggest there may have been a stand-down order
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TROUBLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Saudi 'frenzy of rage' feared as trigger for 'full-scale' war
Rise of Iran leaves closed Islamist nation rejecting advice from both U.S., Russia
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Former President Bush and Saudi officials
TROUBLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Saudi Arabia forecast to be next Middle East regime to tip
It 'will collapse in the near future if it keeps on its sectarian policies'
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U.S. officials visit Saudi Arabia (DoD image)
GLOBAL INSECURITY
Russian: Saudi execution calculated to disrupt coming talks
Beheading of Shiite cleric set off violent demonstrations in Iran
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EYE ON ISIS
Kurd confirms Turkey's slave trade
Source reveals trade in people just one of the ways ISIS raises money to finance terror WND
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TROUBLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
ISIS rise seen as threat to Russian homeland
U.S. intel officer says Moscow aims to divide Afghanistan, conquer
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TROUBLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Turkish invasion of northern Iraq replays history
Expert: Fight over Mesopotamia still raging in 21st century
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TROUBLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Turkish shooting of Russian jet fighter seen as Moscow setup
Beneficiary in the latest confrontation could be Washington
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TRAIL OF TERROR
U.S. military building Africa network
Bases for Special Ops, drones, forming grid across continent
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GLOBAL INSECURITY
New Chinese technology to prompt arms race with U.S.?
'Potential game-changing weapon of future wars'
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