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Death of the Birds and the Bees Across America
Death of the Birds and the Bees Across America Birds and bees are something most of us take for granted as part of nature. The expression “teaching about the birds and the bees” to explain the process of human reproduction … Continue reading
Posted in Environment, Northern America Tagged ADHD, agriculture, Apis Mellifera, BASF, Bayer, Bayer AG, Bayer UK 720, Bees, Biology, Bird death, Birds, Bundesforschungsinstitut für Kulturpflanzen, CCD, Chemical Industry, Chemicals, chronic neurodegenerative diseases, climate, Clothianidin, Colony Collapse Disorder, Corruption, DDT, Dead Bees, dead Birds, Dow, Dr. Henk Tennekes, DuPont, Dyslexia, E.U., EFSA, Environment, Environmental Health, Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Risk Assessment, Environmental Sciences, Environmental Toxins, EPA, EU, F.William Engdahl, Germany, groundwater, Harvard’s Department of Environmental Health, honey bee populations, Honey Bees, Human Brain, human brain development, JKI, Julius Kühn-Institut, Monsanto, nature, Neonicotinoids, Neurodevelopmental disorders, Neurological Disorders, nsnbc, Parkinson, Pesticides, Pollination, Pollination Services, Pollution, Roundup, science, Syngenta, the 4th media, UK, UN Environment Programme, UNEP, US department of Agriculture, USA, USDA Bee Research Laboratory Leave a comment
Human Rights, geopolitics and the Union for the Mediterranean
Human Rights, geopolitics and the Union for the Mediterranean The Union for the Mediterranean: an instrument of soft power for the globalisation of NATO US foreign policy displays a clear will to preserve control over the armies of conquered territories. … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Analysis, Europe, Geo-Politics, Middle East Tagged African Affairs, african union, Asian Affairs, Center for the Study of Interventionism, E.U., EU, European Union, global security, Human Rights, imperialism, Julien Teil, Mediterranean Basin Alliance, mediterranean Union, Middle East, NATO, nsnbc 1 Comment
Settlement Construction Causing the Slow Demise of the Two-State Solution
By William Gibson – IMEMC A tour of several European Capitals by the Palestinian President has given several politicians a sterner voice. This is welcome at a time when the two-state solution is steadily slipping through the fingers of the … Continue reading
Posted in Analysis, Middle East, Politics Tagged cameron, Clegg, E.U., Fatah, global security, IMEMC, Israel, Israeli Settlements, Mahmoud Abbas, Middle East, middle east conflict, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, Occupation of Palestine, P.A., Palestine, Road Map, Settlements, war crimes Leave a comment
France Lobbies for Embargo on Iran Oil
The global price for resources is determined by demand and availability, there would not be anything wrong with this was it not for the fact that the profits that can be made by producing either perceived or actual scarcity of … Continue reading
Posted in Economy, Europe, Middle East, News, Politics Tagged Africa, CFA, China, christof lehmann, Dr. Christof Lehmann, E.U., finance and economics, France, France Lobbies for Embargo on Iran Oil, Ghadafi, global security, Iran Embargo, Libya, Middle East, NATO, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, Oil, pan-african, Resources, Rusia, Sarkozy, Syria, war on iran, war on syria Leave a comment
Russia exposes true colors of the West
For the first time in many years, Russia’s Foreign Ministry published an extensive report about the state of affairs in the field of human rights in the United States of America, Canada, EU, NATO members and Georgia. The report from … Continue reading
Posted in Europe, Opinion, Politics, World Tagged AHOR, China, E.U., Human Rights, human rights abuse, NATO, nato aggression, Russia, Russia exposes West, USA Leave a comment
Syria and Integrity in International Diplomacy.
The game is set. The longer U.S. and E.U. sanctions and the ongoing NATO and Saudi backed insurgency and attempted subversion of the Syrian government continue, the greater effect they will have. Russia´s late and feeble response has brought it … Continue reading
Posted in Geo-Politics, Middle East, Opinion, World Tagged Afghanistan, Africa, AFRICOM, Al Qaeda, america, Analysis, anglo-american empire, argentina, asia, Bashar al Assad, beijing, brasil BRIC, Castro, chaves, China, christof lehmann, churkin, cuba, dalai lama, damascus, diplomacy, diplomatic, Dr. Christof Lehmann, E.U., EU, Europe, faisal karami, hariri implicated, hariri implicated in, Hezbollah, huan jintao, hugo chavez, International affairs, international diplomacy, international security, karami, kfor, Lebanon, lubnan, Medvedjev, Moscow, NATO, nazrallah, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, Obama, peace keeping, political advise, Prince Naif bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud, Putin, reagan, russian judo, Saudi Arabia, Security, sponsoring terrorism, state sponsored terrorism, Syria, Syria and Integrity in International Diplomacy, taliban freedomfighters, tibet, U.N., u.s.a., UN, unconventional warfare, United Nations, USA, ussr, venezuela, vitaly churkin, Vladimir Putin, war on russia, war on terror, waron china, Washington 6 Comments
Syria Sanctions and E.U.`s hunger for Oil.
The recently elected Secretary General of the 22 Nations Arab League, Nabil Al Arabi, visited Syria on Wednesday for discussions about “the troubles” in Syria. The visit follows new E.U. sanctions against Syria. The public positioning in the diplomatic war … Continue reading
Posted in Europe, Middle East, Opinion Tagged al Arabi, alliance, Arab League, Arab Summer, Arabian Summer, Assad, Bashar al Assad, Big Oil, China, Damaskus, E.U., EU, Hague, Iran, Libya, NATO, Nobel, Nobel Peace Laureate, Oil, Oilprices, Pakistan, Peace Price, Russia, Sanctions, Secretary General, Syria, Syrian Regime, TNC, Total, USA 5 Comments