Paul Pillar Whether the United States can follow other major powers in ending the dearth of diplomacy will depend heavily on the direction of domestic U.S. politics. Peter Baker, White House correspondent for the New York Times, published an analytic piece the other day that should be disturbing …Read More »
Who will live in the new capital? Is this related to New Jordan?
Eng. Saleem Al Batayneh Where are we heading? We no longer ask this question. What’s more important is on is what is going on. That is the real question. It is not guaranteed that we will get satisfactory answers to any of these queries, especially those vague questions. …Read More »
Geoeconomics: An Unfolding of Geopolitics?
Power struggle is not an unfamiliar concept in the international political world order. The history has witnessed, how the actors have changed yet the struggle for power continues, heedless of time and space. In every era, political entities have always endeavored to gain maximum power to get other …Read More »
George Orwell, The Animal Farm
Eric Arthur Blair (George Orwell) wrote one of the finest classic political satires, “The Animal Farm”. It was published in England on 17th August 1945. George Orwell was a leftist and a staunch Democratic Socialist who often expressed his strong outlook through his intellectual engagements. He was an …Read More »
The Impact of Disinformation on Strategic Intelligence Policies
David Dambre Summary: The strategic warning report is intended to provide relevant and necessary intelligence to the senior policy-maker for the United States (U.S.) intelligence community (IC). The strategic warning report aims to identify the necessary posture and response to address the matter referenced in the strategic warning. …Read More »
Time to rethink tourism, an economic lifeline for millions
Hopes that the tourism industry would rebound from the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have been dented by the wildfire spread of the Omicron variant. In an exclusive interview with UN News, Zoritsa Urosevic, Executive Director of the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), called for new ideas …Read More »
`Medicine from the Sky` Drone Delivery Programme Set for Take-off in Pradesh
Medicine from the Sky, a flagship initiative by the World Economic Forum, is to be launched in Arunachal Pradesh, north-east India, on Independence Day, 15 August. The aim is to document how health systems in remote parts of the state respond to the integration of drone-based supply chains. …Read More »
NATO-Exit under Art. 13: Dismantle NATO, Close Down 800 US Military Bases, Prosecute the War Criminals
This text was first published on April 4 2019 in the context of the Florence International Conference: No War, No NATO which centred on the key relationship between US-NATO military operations directed against targeted countries and the imposition of far-reaching neoliberal economic reforms both before and in the wake of US-NATO military interventions. …Read More »
How effective bleaching history really is?
The way politicians and media change their views on different groups or characters, depending on their bosses’ interests, is interesting. How effective bleaching history really is? It is interesting the way politicians and media change their view on different groups or characters, depending on their bosses’ interests, and …Read More »
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