War and Invasion

By Aar Jay - NEW YORK (IDN) — “Over the past six months, Russia has steadily built up forces along the frontier as Kyiv, Moscow, and Washington have traded barbs,” writes Robert Farley in ‘1945‘ on January 3, 2022. Russia’s immediate concerns involve the Ukrainian acquisition and use of Turkish drones along its border regions, along [...]

Trans-Atlantic Boost

WebPublicaPress (New York) –  The traditional Munich Security Conference, apart from being held this year under the dark shadow of the “coming” war between Russia and Ukraine and against the entire West, which could be the biggest war since 1945, was also an opportunity to go one step further. Alliance somehow already profited from these [...]

Western Wrongs on Russia

Viewpoint by Jonathan Power - LUND, Sweden (IDN) — Are the West’s chickens coming home to roost? If the Western powers had gambled 2% of NATO’s budget and met the Soviet Union’s economic needs in President Mikhail Gorbachev’s glasnost era there would have been a much less de-stabilising transition and today, there would have been a [...]

Implement GA Resolution on Holocaust Denial

By Erol Avdović – WebPublicaPress (United Nations) – Just on the eve of the 77th anniversary of the
liberation of Auschwitz on 27 January 1945 as the world commemorates International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution A / 76 / L30 and formally condemning Holocaust denial and calling on Member States to [...]

Global Confusion

 
By John J. Metzler - As the New Year brings hope and possibility for a global reset and renewal, the tragic reality  remains that the Covid-19 virus with all its deadly variants, continues to plague the planet now  fully two years after the malady emerged from Wuhan, China.  Thus, despite much justified    optimism over wider vaccinations, the pandemic has not [...]

Journalist Targets Still

By Erol Avdovic (New York) - Recently the Associated Press asked the US Department of Homeland Security for answers on whether the administration in Washington uses sensitive government databases to track international terrorists in order to monitor and investigate as many as 20 American journalists, including a well-known AP journalist. It is important to know that.
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Pearl Harbor Shadows

By John J. Metzler - The thunderclap came on an early Sunday morning.  Amidst the idyllic and serene Pacific setting of Hawaii, Imperial Japan launched a surprise and devastating attack on the U.S. fleet moored at Pearl Harbor, outside Honolulu.  
 
December 7th 1941 would be the date which would live in infamy for shocked and stunned Americans [...]

Pandemic and Arms Sales

By Thalif Deen – UNITED NATIONS – The 21-month long pandemic, which began with the outbreak of the deadly corona virus back in March 2020, ravaged hundreds and thousands of businesses and industries resulting either in widespread losses, closures or bankruptcies.
But one of the few industries that survived and prospered in 2020 was the multi-billion-dollar [...]

Geopolitics of Energy

WebPublicaPress (New York) – “Proponents of clean energy hope (and sometimes promise) that in addition to mitigating climate change, the energy transition will help make tensions over energy resources a thing of the past. It is true that clean energy will transform geopolitics—just not necessarily in the ways many of its champions expect,” argue Co-Founding Dean of [...]

20th Anniversary 9/11

by John J. Metzler  - New York - We all remember where we were on September 11, 2001.  We all remember with sheer disbelief watching the unfolding horror and the realization that “it could happen here.”  We all remember and vowed to never forget the Al Qaida terrorist attacks on America, and as importantly, ensure that they never happen [...]

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