Articles PAI Recommends

Suggested Articles: 25 November – 1 December 2018

Suggested Articles 25 November – 1 December 2018 1. George H. W. Bush Was a Man Summoned by Events In light of the passing of George H. W. Bush, George Will of the National Review publishes a reflection of the former president’s stunning life of conservatism and service to the nation. With more regard for […]

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Suggested Articles: 18-24 November 2018

Suggested Articles 18-24 November 2018 1. North Korea working on hidden missile bases: Report Gabriella Muñoz, reporting for The Washington Times, writes about the recent intelligence findings showing the possible development of 16 new missile bases in North Korea. Satellite imagery from The New York Times showed improvements had been made on several existing sites […]

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Suggested Articles: 28 October – 3 November 2018

Suggested Articles 28 October – 3 November 1. Op-Ed: The intellectual bankruptcy and historical ignorance of democratic socialism (Part 1) Alex Benson of NEWSREP gives an insight into the growing trend of “democratic socialism” which has invaded the modern American left. Benson talks about the dangers of a major American party alignment with socialist ideals, […]

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Suggested Articles: 21-27 October 2018

Suggested Articles 21-27 October 2018 1. Will Americans Vote for Congressional Gridlock or US National Security? Dr. Peter Pry, a member of the Pax Americana Institute Board of Directors, writes about the possible dangers of a predominantly left-wing congress after the upcoming elections. Dr. Pry notes the national security and international legitimacy of the United […]

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Suggested Articles: 7-13 October 2018

Suggested Articles 7-13 October 1. Ignoring EMP threat is a death sentence for Americans William Graham and PAI Board of Advisors member Dr. Peter Pry cover the issue of EMP and the threats it poses to the United States. Graham and Dr. Pry look at the Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States […]

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Suggested Articles: 30 September – 6 October 2018

Suggested Articles: 30 September – 6 October 2018 1. U.S. intel heard Saudis discussing plot against journalist Guy Taylor of The Washington Times reports on new intelligence which has surfaced about a plot by the Saudi Arabian government to capture Jamal Khashoggi, an outspoken Saudi Washington Post columnist. The intelligence pointed to the idea that […]

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Suggested Articles: 23-29 September 2018

Suggested Articles 23-29 September 2018 1. The Real Russian Threat Dr. Peter Pry, a PAI Board of Directors member, writes in The Washington Times that the true Russian threat is not to the United States elections but instead “to our lives.” The true Russian threat comes in the form of military force and can appear […]

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Suggested Articles 9-15 September 2018

Suggested Articles: 9-15 September 2018 1. On Wealth, War and Peace PAI Board of Advisors member Dr. Peter Pry writes an in-depth analysis of Russia’s newest military exercise with China and their strategic military abilities. Though many mainstream media outlets have regarded Russia as a false enemy, mostly because of their poverty. Dr. Pry provides […]

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Suggested Articles: 2-8 September 2018

Suggested Articles 2-8 September 2018 1. Bring Back the Drills The Editors of The Weekly Standard provide an analysis of the recent issues arising from North Korea’s nuclear weapon development. The articles suggest that President Donald Trump should bring back the joint exercises between South Korea and the United States as a show of force […]

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Suggested Articles: 19-25 August 2018

Suggested Articles 19-25 August 2018 1. Russia Open to Talks with US on Strategic Weapons Jacqueline Thomsen of The Hill provides feedback on the recent statements from Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov about the country being open to talks about strategic weaponry. The openness to discourse stems from Russia’s development of new nuclear weapons […]

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