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The Troubling Decline of International Law
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The Troubling Decline of International Law
January 25, 2020

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.

Putin Calls for a New System Guided by the UN Charter… But Is It Possible?
January 23, 2020

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.

Putin Calls for a New System Guided by the UN Charter… But Is It Possible?
Security
Will Bougainville Become the UN’s 194th Member State?
World
Will Bougainville Become the UN’s 194th Member State?
December 30, 2019

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.

The Lies That Are Used for Denying the Legitimacy of Crimea’s Breakaway
December 23, 2019

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.

The Lies That Are Used for Denying the Legitimacy of Crimea’s Breakaway
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Will the ICC Prosecute Perpetrators of the ‘War on Terror’?
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Will the ICC Prosecute Perpetrators of the ‘War on Terror’?
November 30, 2019

The “war on terror” has been characterised by two main factors – perpetual aggression and extended impunity for the perpetrators, Ramona Wadi writes.

Federations No Longer a Fad
November 11, 2019

Unions and federations of nations, like the marriages of people, often end in divorce. Perhaps the international bureaucracy should take that fact into consideration before international political unions even occur.

Federations No Longer a Fad
History
The Duplicitous Agenda Endorsed by the UN and NATO
Security
The Duplicitous Agenda Endorsed by the UN and NATO
October 4, 2019

While the UN promotes its humanitarian façade, NATO provides the militarisation of the UN’s purported human rights agenda.

Will the ECHR Determine That Russia Occupies Crimea? Ukraine’s Bungled Attempt Stands to Massively Backfire
September 30, 2019

Ukraine’s Human Rights case against Russia in the ECHR is nothing more than a thinly veiled referendum on Russia’s membership in the Council of Europe

Will the ECHR Determine That Russia Occupies Crimea? Ukraine’s Bungled Attempt Stands to Massively Backfire
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