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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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