By Julian Pecquet - 08/24/12 12:00 PM EDT
In other news:
WikiLeaks's Julian Assange is giving Ecuador's Rafael Correa a chance to trumpet his anti-American views to the world, says The Wall Street Journal.
A top Navy adviser was stripped of her career for averting war with Iran, The Washington Post magazine suggests.
What you might have missed on Global Affairs:
Sen. Lugar to Russia: Let's team up
Ron Paul 'pleased' that GOP platform affirms Congress's war powers
Former ambassador to Afghanistan arrested on drunk driving, hit-and-run charges
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