n The Trillion Dollar Silencer, Joan Roelofs asks the intriguing, yet mind-baffling question of “Why is there so little anti-war protest in the United States?”, especially when the repercussions of war’s damages reach people, nations, and the environment—whilst being incredibly draining on the society at large.
ince my first trip to the United States in 2014, I knew justice in Palestine is not an unattainable illusion.
il has been fueling the world’s economy for about a century while coal is still widely used across the globe.
hirty years ago, in December 1991, the leaders of Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine came together in a Belarusian hunting lodge, Belavezha, and signed the treaties that formally ended the Soviet Union.
hen you’ve been punched in the face, it’s a good idea to gather your wits before returning to the fray.
They are both writers and also cheerleaders for military interventions and, often, for frivolous wars.
The aid package includes $1 billion for the budget of fiscal year 2018 and $195 million, which was originally allocated for the previous fiscal year.
n January 27, an armed individual entered the Azerbaijani embassy in Tehran, shot the security chief dead and injured two security officials.
hat distinguishes the attack on the Qur’an in Sweden from other hate crimes? How have Swedish officials approached the most recent attack on the Qur’an? These and similar questions will be addressed below in an effort to understand the story behind the hate crime of burning a copy of the Holy Qur’an in front of the Turkish embassy in Sweden.
he Washington Post grudgingly conceded the following fact in the title of an analysis by Bobby Ghosh: the world’s most important election in 2023 will be in Turkey.
After some years of grooming Finnish and Swedish officials on joining NATO, the countries abandoned their individual grand strategies of national survival, used to navigate the geopolitical risks and obstacles of the old Cold War, and opted away from military non-alignment, present on paper only.
ran has reportedly invested tens of billions of dollars in building an aerial defense network in war-torn Syria by deploying personnel and equipment, an unknown intelligence source from a nation allied to the United States told Newsweek.
n January 2023, experts at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) revealed the results of the wargaming simulation report “The First Battle of the Next War: Wargaming a Chinese Invasion of Taiwan,” which was designed to analyze the possible scenarios of a Chinese “amphibious” invasion of Taiwan in 2026.
he market for facial recognition technology (FRT) is rapidly growing as automation continues to take the place of human capabilities.
hina continued to accelerate the modernization, diversification, and expansion of its nuclear forces, according to the U.
he new Israeli government, the most radical in Israel’s history, poses a scary scenario for instability in the Middle East region by igniting radical discourse and action that might lead to war.