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A brief, cautionary, history of Japan-US immigration

Migration policies are often formed at a confluence of many competing forces: local and international labor markets, global trade, media reporting, local political environments, and diplomatic relationships. U.S. immigration policies singling …

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Turkey's ancient city of Aizanoi to be restored

Archeologists on Wednesday began restoration efforts of the ancient city of Aizanoi in present-day western Turkey, Anadolu agency reports. Elif Ozer, an archaeology professor at Pamukkale University, told Anadolu Agency that the team …

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Russia marks Day of Remembrance and Sorrow

On June 22, Russia annually commemorates the Day of Remembrance and Sorrow, when in 1941, 79 years ago, Nazi Germany attacked the Soviet Union. On June 22, 1941, German troops invaded the Soviet Union’s territory. German …

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Why Germany Lost World War I

While historians will likely continue to debate the ways that Nazi Germany could have won the World War II—a topic that The National Interest …

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Reason Imperial Japan Attacked America at Pearl Harbor

The day after roughly 350 Japanese warplanes came screaming down over Pearl Harbor and sank or crippled eight of the U.S. Pacific Fleet’s battleships over a span of ninety minutes, Japanese newspapers published a statement by Emperor …

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Armenia marks First Republic Day

Today Armenia celebrates the national holiday - the First Republic Day. On May 28, 1918, Armenia achieved independence, seceding from the Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic, which formed after the collapse of the Russian …

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Russian media about Nikol Pashinyan’s grandfather

A scandal continues in Armenia related to the military past of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s grandfather. See VK: “Fascist or Red Army? Debate about Pashinyan’s grandfather overwhelmed the Caucasus.” Now this debate has …

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