Suppose the G8, for once, suppose the G20, for once, suppose the United Nations Organization, for once, came clean and told us the truth, the whole truth and nothing but, without the verborrea, without the pompous verbosity which hides the fact that our world is as uncivilized as ever, while cloaked in a sinister cloud of pretense.
Vladimir Putin risks to find himself isolated at the G8 summit in Lough Erne. The remaining 7 members of the summit are ready to unite on the issue of Syria and try to put pressure on Putin. In case of failure, a general statement on the topic can be made without Putin's participation in it, as was suggested by British Prime Minister David Cameron
The name of the new Iranian President, who substitutes Mahmoud Ahmadi-Nejád, ia Hasan Rohani, who won a free and fair election with over fifty per cent of the vote. Considered a moderate reformist, President Rohani is graduated in law and has great experience in external relations.
The issue of secret CIA prisons has resurfaced in Poland again. Waleed Mohammed Bin Attash, a native of Yemen, appears as a victim of the new scandal. Amnesty International and the ECHR have already joined the case, while Poland has found itself in a storm of criticism. Warsaw continues to hold the line and drag out the investigation
In some countries, groups that have always been considered extremist have become a real force to be reckoned with. The Taliban is one of them. Even the U.S. government that is fighting against Taliban is forced to recognize it as a legal organization. This means that the existing issues should be solved with its representatives. Is it possible to...
Dominique Strauss-Kahn is surrounded by rumors. The influential head of no less influential IMF has been accused of raping a maid in a hotel in the U.S. followed by the accusations of organizing an underground network of sex services. But the charges were later dropped. So who is he? A dangerous offender or a victim of foreign intelligence?
During his visit this week to the aircraft base F-16 in Lask near Lodz, Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said that Poland needed a deterrent force so that potential enemies do not even think about attacking Poland. Air Force is one of the most important elements of the new military-political doctrine of the country
The ruling Liberal Democratic Party of Japan (LDPJ) agreed on a large-scale rearmament of the country's land and naval forces. The reform will focus on the creation of the Marine Corps, increasing the efficiency of air and missile defense, as well as equipment of the army and navy with modern weapons to attack enemy naval bases
Thousands of people participated in the demonstrations "People United Against the Troika", the first initiative of convergence in the streets in these months of protest against European austerity. There were acts in Germany, where there was a confrontation with police, also in France, Portugal and Spain.
Israel continues to struggle with illegal immigrants, despite the efforts of human rights defenders to review and mitigate immigration laws. In 2012, the Israeli Knesset passed a controversial law on the imprisonment of illegal immigrants for a period of three years, which caused negative reactions from "leftist" parties
The Palestinian ambassador to the UN said on Friday that the Israeli regime has often demonstrated that they prefer the expansion of Jewish settlements instead of peace and security. The construction on Palestinian land has been criticized, even by allies of Israel, as detrimental to a peace process that the USA says they want to resume.
Armed groups formed by Zionist organizations such as Irgun, Stern and Haganah were responsible for collective killings to force hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their homes and residential areas during and after the 1948 war, unleashed by the proclamation of the State of Israel.
The government of Germany continues to pay the price for the crimes committed during the times of Nazism. Germany still proves it to everyone that history is not just a word. It's been nearly 70 years since the end of the war, three generations have changed, but every new German national carries the burden of responsibility for the crimes of Nazism