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Is America Truly Prepared?

Inkwell Institute

It has been awhile since I posted something by the Inkwell Institute……world events have been changing so rapidly that it did not leave enough time for my research and analysis…..hopefully that can change and I can once again go back to finding the problems that we as a country need to be focused on in these days of conflict. 483 more words

International Situations

The Geopolitics behind the War in Yemen (I) -- Mahdi Darius NAZEMROAYA | Strategic Culture Foundation

The Geopolitics behind the War in Yemen (I)

Strategic Culture Foundation

Mahdi Darius NAZEMROAYA | 30.03.2015 | 00:00

The United States and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia became very uneasy when the Yemenese or Yemenite movement of the Houthi or Ansarallah (meaning the supporters of God in Arabic) gained control of Yemen’s capital, Sanaa/Sana, in September 2014. 2,204 more words

Current Affairs

Yemen: Where Will It End?

Yemen has been a bloody mess for decades…….and now that the Saudis have decided to intervene it will become even more bloody…….the reports are that the airstrikes are not the only action in the plan….the Saudis claim to have 150,000 troops massed on the border with Yemen awaiting orders……. 475 more words

International Situations

The 47 Republican Samurai - FPIF

Has anyone heard the story of the 47 Ronin?  It is a Japanese legend of dedication, loyalty and revenge……47 samurai lost their lord in a palace coup and they decided that they could not let this affront go…..they waited and then attacked the opposition lords castle and exacted revenge by cutting off his head……they then turned themselves in and faced their punishment…… 20 more words



Welcome to ’N A Perfect World… a curated intersection of travel, fashion and geopolitics & socialization inspired by the global citizen lifestyle of the millennial. From up-and-coming artisans to locales, ’N A Perfect World… will invite you off the beaten path. 166 more words


Mali: Rebels Demand More Concessions

Peace negotiations appear to have stalled in the West African nation of Mali, after negotiators underestimate the resolve of  Tuareg rebels. 

Peacetime does not appear to be returning to Mali in the near future after negotiations have stalled with Tuareg rebels. 342 more words