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The Moria Refugee Camp: what does it tell us about GreeK refugee policy?

By Silia Tsigka, GLOBUS Correspondent

The Covid-19 pandemic, the BLM protests, the enhanced crisis in Yemen, the oil spill in Mauritius, the alarming melting of the Greenland ice sheet, and many more incidents are only some examples of humanitarian and natural crises that have made 2020 possibly one of the most unfortunate years in recent history. 1,548 more words

Politics & Governance

Sweden Spared Surge of Virus Cases But Many Questions Remain

By Associated Press  – Re-Blogged From Headline Health

A train pulls into the Odenplan subway station in central Stockholm, where morning commuters without masks get off or board before settling in to read their smartphones. 1,127 more words

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Could The US Lose The Next Big War?

Yes I know that I am an antiwar blogger and am always going on about this fact or that about our many armed conflicts.

I have spent many years studying and analyzing war and the conflicts that the US has gotten itself into over the decades. 515 more words

International Situations

Is Trump Using the JCPOA to Break the UN Before it Breaks Him? by Tom Luongo

Is there method to President Trump’s foreign affairs madness? Probably. From Tom Luongo at tomluongo.me:

NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 25: President Donald Trump addresses the 73rd United Nations (U.N.) General Assembly on September 25, 2018 in New York City. 1,367 more words


Stephen Cohen Has Died. Remember His Urgent Warnings Against The New Cold War. By Caitlin Johnstone

Stephen Cohen fought an often lonely but always honorable battle to bring the US and the USSR, and then Russia, to a closer understanding. Considering they have been the two leading nuclear powers, that’s not a bad thing. 301 more words


On Geopolitics Of Eurasia

The European Countries have been opposing the aggressive attitude of China towards other Asian countries from the very beginning… and, Germany is playing the leading role in countering the Asian Giant’s attempt to stamp its authority in… 213 more words


German Wind Power Output In August, Plagued By Wild Volatility

By P Gosselin – Re-Blogged From WUWT

Here’s another example illustrating just how volatile and unreliable wind energy really is.

Wind energy proponents like to claim that although turbines installed on land don’t produce so optimally, the ones at sea are wonderful because the wind there is always blowing and so it all kind of evens out. 68 more words

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