Tag: International Law
The structure of international law is looking very shoogly indeed. It does matter, a very great deal. The world is becoming a significantly more dangerous place as a result.
Anyone looking with sober eyes upon today’s world and the feeble economic and geopolitical underpinnings holding the system together must accept the fact that a new system WILL be created.
Bougainville, which possesses significant natural resources in copper and gold, is more prepared for independence than were current Pacific region members of the UN, including Tuvalu, Niue, and Kiribati, Wayne Madsen asserts.
Crimea’s breakaway from Ukraine and rejoining Russia, treated in the US-and-allied world as being justification for the explosive re-emergence in 2014 of America’s Cold War NATO alliance is the paramount geopolitical issue in our era.