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Rethinking RIMPAC in Hawaii

The environment and taxpayers lose when nations and corporations promote war

By Kip Goodwin

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 16, 2014

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<p>Rim of the Pacific 2014 is underway. Military and corporate representatives from around the world will be renewing old friendships and striking up new contacts in the tropical splendor of Hawaii. However, some of the superlatives issued by the Navy extolling RIMPAC 2014 deserve scrutiny.</p>
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