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Topic - Edward Thomas
With tensions between Washington and Moscow soaring over the crisis in Ukraine, top defense officials on both sides have been quietly working on enhancing communications to prevent a sudden or accidental U.S.-Russian military confrontation in the region.
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By no means the least talented of those killed in World War I, Edward Thomas has always been the odd man out among "war poets." Perhaps this is because his verse did not for the most part deal with the conflict that ended his life abruptly with a shell blast in April 1917.
"Gen. Dempsey believes that being able to have transparent and candid conversations with his counterpart is vitally important," he said.
Ongoing dialogue between the military leaders is important because that is what keeps destabilizing incidents at bay, Col. Thomas said.