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Let's Go After The Real Terrorists

and to quote FORREST GUMP from the movie FORREST GUMP….I will end with, “that’s all I have to say about that!”

Should We Stay or Should We Go?

Oil. The resource curse that a nation either benefits or suffers from. The resource that attracts many friends, a lot more foes, opens up opportunities to grow, and irritates relations with the envious. 1,145 more words

Turkey

PNG and USA cement deal to defend Exxon-Mobil LNG project amid growing tensions

United States and PNG Sign Agreement to Strengthen Bilateral Partnership

The United States and Papua New Guinea signed an Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement (ACSA). This bilateral ACSA agreement will facilitate the exchange of logistics support, supplies, and services during exercises, training, or emergencies. 267 more words

Papua New Guinea

Exxon-Mobil brings in the troops

The level of anger and distrust over Exxon-Mobil’s LNG project is rising alarmingly in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea as local people realize they have been conned and the promised benefits from the multi-billion dollar project are never going to come. 230 more words

Papua New Guinea

Exxon CEO's Compensation Up 3 Percent

IRVING (AP) - The CEO of Exxon Mobil Corp. received compensation worth $28.1 million last year, a 3 percent increase over the previous year, according to an Associated Press analysis of a company regulatory filing. 376 more words

News

Are Exxon and IPCC both right? If yes, what does this mean for policymakers?

Twenty-six years ago, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was formed to organize the international scientific community of climate change research. Later that same year, in July 1988, NASA’s Jim Hansen provided a now famous Senate testimony to a sweltering hot chamber. 1,043 more words

The Libya Lie

The 2011 putsch in Libya will be remembered by history in two ways.  First, that it marked the usurpation and infiltration of the Arab Spring by Western & Gulf Cooperation Council intelligence agencies.  1,916 more words

Dean Henderson