Post Tagged with: "Obama"

Experts, politicians speak in favor of preserving US-Russian INF treaty

August 19, 2015 12:04 pm0 comments
Experts, politicians speak in favor of preserving US-Russian INF treaty

The situation with the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty signed by Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan on December 8, 1987, remains questionable as tensions between the two nuclear powers remain. Both sides still have unresolved concerns towards each other over the document. In particular, in the 2015 US State Department […]

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Are drones changing the nature of warfare?

June 8, 2015 12:40 pm0 comments
Are drones changing the nature of warfare?

“A life for a life”, an eye for an eye, everything is so black and white in Prince Harry’s world, well in his military world. The good guys kill the bad guys, just like in the movies, or in the video games. I’m sure his military leaders would be proud; […]

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US Actions on Guantanamo Issue Do Not Respect International Laws – Experts

March 26, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
US Actions on Guantanamo Issue Do Not Respect International Laws – Experts

The US President Barack Obama regrets not closing the prison camp at Guantanamo right after his victory in the 2009 election, he said on Thursday, March 19. “I should have closed Guantanamo on day one,” the US President said during a Q&A session after a speech on economics in Cleveland, […]

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US-Russia diplomatic controversy surrounding INF treaty requires dialogue

August 25, 2014 12:40 pm0 comments
US-Russia diplomatic controversy surrounding INF treaty requires dialogue

On July 30, the US Department of State has published a worldwide arms control compliance report that included claims that Russia violated the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty signed between the United States and the Soviet Union in 1987. “The United States has determined that the Russian Federation is […]

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A Cause for Concern: The Surge in Human Trafficking & Slavery

February 24, 2014 3:30 pm0 comments
A Cause for Concern: The Surge in Human Trafficking & Slavery

We have come to the end of January. For most of us, January connotes a month of healthy eating and exercise; of dealing with the dreaded post-turkey coma; and one in which we resolve to make ourselves better. This month, political parties have begun their journey to elections, altering their […]

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Information on US bioweapons tests in Japan met with ambivalent reaction

February 19, 2014 6:33 pm0 comments
Information on US bioweapons tests in Japan met with ambivalent reaction

Information about the US conducting field experiments of biological weapons in the Japanese island of Okinawa in early 1960s has once again attracted the attention of international politicians and experts to the problem of bioterrorism, and provoked mixed reactions across the world. According to Japan’s leading news network Kyodo News, who […]

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Winter Olympics – Sending the Right Message to Russia

February 9, 2014 10:59 am0 comments
Winter Olympics – Sending the Right Message to Russia

The Winter Olympics are now underway and the host country is in the midst of disturbing human rights abuse. Suddenly it has become acceptable to openly, and in broad daylight, unleash horrific attacks on other human beings and the government is willfully turning a blind eye. Unbelievably, these perpetrators are […]

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The Middle East is devastating itself – not Obama’s inaction

February 4, 2014 11:03 am1 comment
The Middle East is devastating itself – not Obama’s inaction

A recent article came out of the Independent titled Obama’s inaction is quietly devastating the Middle East.  My reaction is to disagree with this statement. Yes, the United States has been responsible; in a way; for some of the destabilizing and the conflict. Its invasion of Iraq has been a disaster […]

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