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Senkaku Purchase Weakened Japan’s Claim to Exclusive Sovereignty
Senkaku Purchase Weakened Japan’s Claim to Exclusive Sovereignty. TAIPEI — Japan’s effective nationalization of the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea has opened a Pandora’s box of conflicting sovereignty claims that China’s late paramount leader, Deng Xiaoping, tried in … Continue reading
Posted in Asia, Geo-Politics, News Tagged asia, Asian Security, Diaoyu Dao, diaoyu islands, Disputed Islands in East China Sea, global security, international law, japan china relations, Japan Taiwan Relations, nsnbc, san francisco treaty, Senkaku Islands, Senkaku Purchase weakens Japan´s Claim, territorial Dispute, us imperialism 1 Comment
Interview with Philosopher of Science Dr. James Henry Fetzer.
Interview with Philosopher of Science Dr. James Henry Fetzer. A former Marine Corps officer, James Fetzer has published widely on the theoretical foundations of scientific knowledge, computer science, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and evolution and mentality. McKnight Professor Emeritus at … Continue reading
Posted in Culture, Interviews, Opinion, World Tagged 9/11 President John F. kennedy, Assassination Science, christof lehmann, Civil Liberties, Dr. James Henry Fetzer, Free Intellectual Inquiry, Geo-Politic, george lundberg, global security, Human Rights, international law, Interview with James Fetzer, Interview with Jim Fetzer, James Henry Fetzer, JFK, Jim Fetzer, Kennedy Assassination, Neo-Cons, nsnbc, Philosophy of Science, Politic, president john f kennedy, propaganda, robert groden, science, U.S. American Scholars, United Nations, US Military Industrial Complex, US-Warfare, war on terror, zionism 2 Comments
Turkey engages in reckless civilian air heist
Turkey engages in reckless civilian air heist The rogue states conducting a criminal war of aggression against Syria went a step further in their roguery this week with the de facto hijacking of a civilian airliner. It must have been … Continue reading
Turkey´s Decision to allow Cross-Border Military Operations violates Constitution, International Law, and endangers National Integrity.
Turkey´s Decision to allow Cross-Border Military Operations violates Constitution, International Law, and endangers National Integrity. The decision of Turkey´s AKP government to allow Turkish military operations beyond the Turkish-Syrian border has been met with massive popular protests. The population of … Continue reading
Posted in Analysis, Middle East, News Tagged AKP government, Özbey, christof lehmann, Erdogan, False flag, global security, Greater Middle East Project, international law, Kidnapped Journalists, Libya, Maya Naser, Middle East, Middle East Security, MISO, mortar rounds, national integrity, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, Politics, population of turkey, PSYOP, RAND, RAND Corporation, state sponsored terrorism, Turkey cross border operations, Turkish Military, USA, war crimes, war on syria, Workers´Party Turkey 8 Comments
Syrian Foreign Minister at U.N. General Assembly. Neo-colonialism under Pretext of Humanitarian Intervention.
Syrian Foreign Minister at U.N. General Assembly. Neo-colonialism under Pretext of Humanitarian Intervention. Full text of Syrian Foreign Minister al-Moallem’s speech Mr. Vuk Jeremic President of the 67th session of the General Assembly, Excellences, Ladies and Gentlemen, I would like … Continue reading
Posted in Middle East, News, Politics Tagged al Moallem, Al-Moallem at General Assembly, Al-Moallem on neo-colonialism, charter of the united nations, conflict resolution, general assembly, global security, Humanitarian Intervention, international law, Intervention, neo-colonialism, nsnbc, R2P, responsibility to protect, Syrian Foreign Minister Al-Moallem, UN Charter, UNGA, United Nations 3 Comments