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Operating Outside the Rule of Law: Washington Pressures International Criminal Court
World
Operating Outside the Rule of Law: Washington Pressures International Criminal Court
June 4, 2020

There is apparently no limit to what the United States and Israel can get away with without any consequences.

The Silence of the Lambs
May 27, 2020

The failure and futility of the supranational agencies in the Time of Pandemic is not a silence of those who were powerful, effective and brave watchdogs: It is a Silence of the Lambs.

The Silence of the Lambs
Society
The ‘Clean Break’ Doctrine: A Modern-Day Sykes-Picot Waging War and Havoc in the Middle East
History
The ‘Clean Break’ Doctrine: A Modern-Day Sykes-Picot Waging War and Havoc in the Middle East
May 18, 2020

Though the U.S. and Israeli military have done a good job at stealing the show, and though they certainly believe themselves to be the head of the show, the reality is that this age of empire is distinctly British.

David vs. Goliath: How Poorer Nations Can Fight for Their Interests
May 4, 2020

The sling that is needed to deal with the global Goliath is Soft Power, it is simply cheaper and more manageable by smaller nations and their leadership.

David vs. Goliath: How Poorer Nations Can Fight for Their Interests
Society
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Cults and Bioterrorism: A Toxic Duo
Security
Cults and Bioterrorism: A Toxic Duo
May 4, 2020

Although there is no recent history of nation-states propagating biological warfare attacks, there is a history of dangerous religious cults being involved in preparing for or carrying out them.

Kosovo’s Potential ‘Unrecognition’
March 13, 2020

The optimistic view that any territory that gets a “government” could potentially become a real recognized state is bad for global stability.

Kosovo’s Potential ‘Unrecognition’
Security
Breaking Up Is So Very Hard to Do
Society
Breaking Up Is So Very Hard to Do
February 27, 2020

Breaking up is hard to do, especially if the political divorce is not sanctioned by the marriage counselors of Washington, London, Paris, and Brussels

Assange Faces Extradition and Then a Secret Court Where No-One Has Ever Been Acquitted
February 25, 2020

The Special Rapporteur and his medical team visited the imprisoned Wikileaks founder and reported that he showed “all the symptoms typical for prolonged exposure to psychological torture” and demanded immediate measures for the protection of his health and dignity.

Assange Faces Extradition and Then a Secret Court Where No-One Has Ever Been Acquitted
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