Opinion editorials from various experts and writers
US debt default could trigger dollar’s collapse – and severely erode America’s political and economic might
By Michael Humphries, Touro University Congressional leaders at loggerheads over a debt ceiling impasse sat down with President Joe Biden…Read More »
Color revolution in Pakistan?
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), founded in 2001 by the Shanghai Five (China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan) and later…Read More »
The New World (Dis)order
By Nikhil Vaish PART I: American Adventurism, Non-Interventionism, Trumpism and Afghan Chaos PART II: The Misunderstanding of Vladimir Putin PART…Read More »
Notice for modification: Where does Pakistan’s parity stand in Indus Water Treaty?
By Sana Hamid There has been a lot of jabbering about India’s notice to Pakistan seeking modification in clauses of…Read More »
The older we get the less warlike we become
Traditionally old men have sent young men to fight the wars they have started. Today, if we look at the…Read More »
Greece, rising in strategic value, deserves even more US support
By Raphael Benaroya The US Ambassador to Greece, George Tsunis, likes to point out that Ancient Greece was the birthplace…Read More »
No justice in Guatemala
Twenty years after 200,000 unnecessary deaths, 40,000 “disappearances” and 440 decimated villages, peace formally came to the last redoubt of…Read More »
Default in the United States?
The visceral bitterness between Democrats and Republicans in the US could prevent the necessary agreement from being reached to raise…Read More »
Nuclear war can be avoided in Korea
Of all the rogues there is no question that Kim Jong-Un and his odious regime in North Korea are the…Read More »