Posts Tagged: In Our Circles
The U.S. military no longer cares about winning "hearts and minds."
The mood across East Asia as 2011 dawns is one of foreboding.
The Costa Rican government approves deployment of U.S. Coast Guard.
There is a tendency among right-wing think tanks in the United States involved in Middle East policy to employ "experts" from the region to bolster their pro-war advocacy campaigns.
If, as 2011 begins, you want to peer into the future, enter my time machine, strap yourself in, and head for the past, that laboratory for all developments of our moment and beyond.
Odd but true, the Republic of Cameroon has been heralded by the international community as one of the most stable nations in the highly charged and politically destabilized Central African region.
They did it! After pre-announcing that no major decisions would result from Cancun talks and nearly two weeks of debates and discussions, the army of international climate change negotiators reached an agreement fully in line with the low expectations for it.
The exchange of artillery fire between South and North Korea on 23 November, 2010 had predictable results
Is China smartening up its environmental and social act in Africa? It certainly wants to be seen as doing just that.
Hope among both Jewish and Palestinian Israelis that a lasting peace between Israel and the Palestinians can ever be achieved appears to be fading.