Information and updates on international conflicts
Putin’s demographic solution is kidnapping Ukrainian children
By Julian McBride The Russian Federation has been quietly suffering from a demographic crisis since the collapse of the Soviet…Read More »
Debating the morality of going to war
Do you wonder how the operatives of ISIS sleep at night? No problem, I think. After swallowing the double narcotic…Read More »
Russian flags and Wagner group represent symbols of power in Sahel Region
By Kester Kenn Klomegah Emerging from the second U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit held in Washington, the most leading global media including Associated…Read More »
Imperialist wars — and what could be done about them
By Lawrence S. Wittner Although all wars are not imperialist wars, it is remarkable how many imperial conquests have occurred…Read More »
Yugoslavia – was it ever ethnic war?
Serbia and Kosovo are at it again. The fragmentation of ex-Yugoslavia appears to be a story without end. Serbia is…Read More »
Echoes of the Balkans: Bringing faith and media together as a prerequisite for peace
By Mark Vlasic As leaders and members of the international community descend upon the United Nations headquarters in Turtle Bay…Read More »
Russia – Relegated to the second-division of military powers
By Joel Hickman The Russian economy has been battered by war and sanctions since Vladimir Putin launched his all-out war…Read More »
On the brink of Third World War?
By Greg Pence Threatening Kerch Bridge and Suwalki Corridor in Retaliation for Energy Shortage and Economic Stagnation in the West…Read More »
Is a war in the Middle East imminent?
Joe Biden would have given in to pressure from AIPAC and in a joint statement with acting Israeli Prime Minister…Read More »
Ukraine is testing Transatlantic relations
By Greg Pence Failed states are often viewed as a threat to international security since they can serve as staging…Read More »