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War-is-not-over links 04/2004

Oceania was at war with Eurasia: Oceania had always been at war with Eurasia.

I just wake up in the morning and tell myself, "There's been a military coup". And then it all makes sense.

International treaties are only valid as long as they are useful to me.

The Axis of Evil:
Things you want to keep an eye on because they've moved down the journalistic hit parade...


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Coverage extended to cover Africa & Southern America, and expanded in West & South Asia.

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