Posts Tagged ‘conflict’

Who is Capable of Settling the Conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan?

One year after the second Karabakh war, the border between the two republics is again turbulent. Periodically, the media and official representatives of Armenia and Azerbaijan report about the violation – by the enemy, of course – of the ceasefire, defined by trilateral Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan statement of November 9, 2020, and sometimes even about […]

Ethiopia conflict by US design

Image Credit: Getty Images/Getty Images Supported by America and other foreign forces, including elements within United Nations (UN) agencies, The Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) are attempting to overthrow the democratically elected Government of Ethiopia and regain power. This would be disastrous for the country and the region. The impact of the year-long conflict is […]

BC Coastal GasLink Pipeline Conflict Gets International Attention While Some Warn of One-Sided Information

The conflict in northern B.C. over the Coastal GasLink pipeline caught greater international attention on Nov. 22 when Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio chimed in, posting on Twitter a video of RCMP officers confronting indigenous activists opposed to the pipeline.  “After setting up a blockade to protect their land, community, and sacred headwaters Wedzin Kwa from Coastal GasLink’s […]

Conflict of Interest? Bill Gates Gave $319 Million to Major Media Outlets, Documents Reveal

11/17/21 According to MintPress News, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation donated at least $319 million to fund media projects at hundreds of organizations including CNN, NBC, NPR, PBS and The Atlantic, raising questions about those news outlets’ ability to report objectively on Gates and his work. By  Alan Macleod 72 Miss a day, miss […]

Where is the Escalation of the Conflict between Algeria and Morocco Leading?

Relations between Algeria and Morocco have been tense for decades, with the border between the countries closed since 1994. One of the reasons for the tensions is disagreement over Western Sahara: Algeria has supported the Polisario Front for decades insisting on the establishment of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), while Morocco considers the territory its own. […]

Conflict of Interest: Documents Prove Bill Gates Gave $319 Million to Top Mainstream Media Outlets

According to MintPress News, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation donated at least $319 million to fund media projects at hundreds of organizations including CNN, NBC, NPR, PBS and The Atlantic, raising questions about those news outlets’ ability to report objectively on Gates and his work. by Alan Macleod Up until his recent messy divorce, […]

Global Leadership, Peace and Conflict Resolutions beyond the Lens of Rationality

Photo credit: Rise Up Times “And if we do act, in however small a way, we don’t have to wait for some grand utopian future. The future is an infinite succession of presents, and to live now as we think human beings should live, in defiance of all that is bad around us, is itself […]

Syria: Are There Ways to Resolve the Conflict?

In his briefing at the UN Security Council, the organization’s Special Envoy for Syria, Geir Pedersen, proposed taking advantage of the relative halt in military hostilities in the country to bring together the main regional and international parties concerned. According to the official, this should be done for the sake of preliminary negotiations on confidence-building […]

Armenia and Azerbaijan mourn dead on anniversary of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Armenia and Azerbaijan have paid tribute to the thousands of victims of their conflict for control of the Nagorno-Karabakh region. Commemorations were held in both countries to mark the first anniversary of the fresh outbreak of fighting. Armenia and Azerbaijan each observed a minute’s silence on Monday and held religious ceremonies. “Our martyrs will remain […]

Fed Officials to Sell Stocks to Avoid Apparent Conflict of Interest

Two Federal Reserve officials said on Thursday they would sell their individual stock holdings by the end of the month to address the appearance of conflicts of interest. Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan and Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren issued statements saying they would invest the proceeds of those sales in diversified index funds and […]

Aftermath of the Afghan Conflict for South Korea

The almost instant defeat of Afghanistan’s ruling regime and the return of the Taliban (banned in Russia) is in itself a landmark event in world politics. However, without venturing into the realm of incompetence, we will talk about how it may affect the affairs of the Korean Peninsula and the context in which it is […]

Jerusalem Conflict: Identity Theft On Top Of Everything Else

As many previous colleagues have discovered, writing about Israel is a thankless task best avoided, especially by a self-hating Jew. Before people even read a given article, they have made up their own minds about Israel and cross-checked their views against others they hold to see if they are ideologically sound, i.e., politically correct. Then […]

The Bloody Conflict in Ethiopia’s Tigray Region

Michelle Bachelet, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has stated that she is “deeply concerned” about the ongoing violations, including executions, in the Tigray region of Ethiopia, adding that the long-awaited investigation into the situation there will be ready in August. In her view all the parties to the conflict in the country’s northern […]

Once again, the ‘NYTimes’ covers up Israel’s efforts to instigate the U.S. into conflict with Iran

Journalists are supposed to have subjects in their reports. You aren’t supposed to write, “It was said.” Instead: tell us who said it.  New York Times senior reporter David Sanger forgot that principle last week in his biased and inadequate account of the Biden administration’s Iran policy. Sanger suggests that Biden wants a broader “comprehensive” […]

Growing Saudi Vs. Emirates Conflict May Open The Door For Moscow

In 2015 the Saudi cown prince Mohammad bin Salman was best friend with the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, Mohammed bin Zayed. Together they decided to attack the Houthi government in Yemen which had ousted the former regime under the former President Hadi. The war on Yemen has been waged since. But by now the […]

Saudi Arabia: political solution the only way to solve Syria conflict 

The only way to resolve the Syrian conflict is through a political solution in accordance with UN Security Council Resolution 2254, Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister has said. Prince Faisal Bin Farhan made his comment during a joint ministerial meeting on Syria in Rome yesterday. “The absence of effective international will to solve the Syrian crisis,” […]

Israel: New Trends or Old Conflict?

It’s finally happening. Naftali Bennett was sworn in as the new Prime Minister of Israel on June 13. The new government was approved by 60 votes in favor, 59 against, and one abstention.  The vote followed four hours of speeches by party leaders and the election of Mickey Levy as Speaker of the Knesset. Israel […]

On ‘conflict’, ‘peace’ and ‘genocide’: Time for new language on Palestine and Israel

On 25 May, famous US actor Mark Ruffalo tweeted an apology for suggesting that Israel is committing “genocide” in Gaza. “I have reflected and wanted to apologise for posts during the recent Israel/Hamas fighting that suggested Israel is committing ‘genocide’,” Ruffalo wrote, adding: “It’s not accurate, it’s inflammatory, disrespectful and is being used to justify […]

(Any conflict in or out of Israel could mean=Sampson Option)Dangerous discourse | Will Israel’s growing incitement lead to more violence?

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Europe’s Failure Over Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Due to Germany’s Nazi Guilt and EU’s Subservience to United States

June 1, 2021 Former editor and writer for major news media organizations. He has written extensively on international affairs, with articles published in several languages Finian Cunningham The international community has to end its support for the apartheid state of Israel and must stop the genocide of the Palestinian people, says MEP Mick Wallace in […]

The conflict is coming to where it belongs, the U.S.

I’m grateful to Joe Biden for what he said about his commitment to Israel at a press conference on May 21. “Until the region says unequivocally they acknowledge the right of Israel to exist as an independent Jewish state, there will be no peace.” Wait, that sounds like a threat. And I thought Biden wanted […]

China and Conflict Resolution in the Middle East

The recent escalation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has taken center stage in the global arena and politicians from various countries are vociferously calling for its immediate resolution. During a United Nations Security Council (UNSC) meeting on May 16, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergei Vershinin urged the opposing sides to cease […]

Middle East: Next Round of Conflict and its Consequences

The press in the Middle East is gradually beginning to uncover why Israel suddenly raised the level of military escalation against the Palestinians, leading to the mass death of civilians on each side.  The escalation in Palestine begins with the attacks and ethnic cleansing of the Arabs of East Jerusalem in the Sheikh Jarrah area, […]

UN Human Rights Council to probe Israel-Gaza conflict as potential ‘war crimes’

Mourners pray over the bodies of Palestinians killed in overnight Israeli airstrikes in Gaza City on 16 May. Atia DarwishAPA images The U.N. Human Right Council has passed a resolution aimed to intensify scrutiny of Israel’s treatment of Palestinians, after the U.N. rights chief said Israeli forces may have committed war crimes in their war […]

Dozens of Princeton Faculty Sign Letter on Mideast Conflict That Condemns Israel’s ‘Jewish Supremacy,’ Does Not Mention Hamas

Princeton University in New Jersey. Photo: Flickr. At least fifty Princeton University faculty and staff signed a statement condemning “the ongoing attacks on the Palestinian people in Gaza by the Israeli armed forces,” in an open letter that decried Israel as a system based on Jewish supremacy, and made no mention of the Hamas militant […]

Israel-Gaza Conflict Rages On Despite US, Regional Diplomacy

Smoke rises following an Israeli air strike, amid a flare-up of Israeli-Palestinian violence, in Gaza City May 17, 2021. Photo: REUTERS/Suhaib Salem Israel pummeled Gaza with air strikes on Monday and Palestinian militants launched rockets at Israeli cities despite a flurry of US and regional diplomacy that has so far failed to halt more than […]

EU foreign ministers meet on Gaza as Israel-Hamas conflict rages on

The European Union says it will redouble its efforts to end the rise in violence between the Israeli military and Palestinian militants. EU foreign ministers are due to meet for a special summit on Tuesday and have expressed “extreme concern” over attacks on the media during the fighting. Speaking on Monday, EU spokesperson Peter Stano […]

Biden says he is working toward sustained calm in Israel-Palestinian conflict

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Israel suffering huge economic losses from ongoing conflict: Report

Posted on May 16, 2021 by martyrashrakat May 16, 2021 Description: A short report by Al-Manar TV on the economic, financial and material losses suffered so far by Israel as a result of the latest fighting and confrontations with the Palestinians. Source: Al-Manar TV (website) Date: May 14, 2021 Transcript: Article: Israeli occupation suffering great losses in […]

In Gaza, bombs drop and the conflict again hits home | View

On Friday morning, a military airstrike smashed my family’s farm in the northern Gaza Strip into a jagged mass of metal and splintered trees. An Israeli bomb had slammed into the yard, carving a crater into the dirt and leaving rubble in its wake. The conflict, once again, hit home. The first Gaza war taught […]

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