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Iraq, Solar Power, USA

Dated: 8 Sep 2014
Posted by Christine Chan
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Iraq: U.S. President Barack Obama is scheduled to meet with congressional leaders on Tuesday to outline the government’s plan to combat ISIS in Iraq and Syria, although he has emphatically ruled out the deployment of additional U.S. combat troops to the region. This will be followed by a speech to the country on Wednesday where he could announce airstrikes on the group’s bases in Syria, though he has ruled out sending more U.S. combat troops. Additionally, President Obama is expected to press Congress to authorize his proposal for an additional $500 million to arm and train pro-Western rebels in Syria.

Solar Power: A team of researchers at Michigan State University has developed a new type of solar concentrator that when placed over a window creates solar energy.  The device is called a transparent luminescent solar concentrator and can be used on buildings, cell phones, and any other device that has a clear surface.   This comes as solar efficiencies have gained over the last decade and practical applications continue to expand.

USA: Excellent WSJ Weekend opinion piece by Robert Kagan, where he highlights parallels between the belligerent nations and people of WWI & WWII and the leaders that we must confront today: “that failure to act against aggressors would only invite further aggression….Americans, their president and their elected representatives have accepted this gap between strategy and capability with little comment—except by those who would abandon the strategy. It is as if, once again, Americans believe their disillusionment with the use of force somehow means that force is no longer a factor in international affairs.”

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