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UN 70Th - peace, security, development and human dignity.

Nearly 70 years ago, the first meetings of the General Assembly and the Security Council took place in London. They marked the point when the world came together to turn its back on war and to seek to institutionalise the conditions for peace.  1,170 more words

Global Security.

Richard Corriere's "In Their Own Words." Putin on the coalition fighting ISIS

Similar to the anti-Hitler coalition, it could unite a broad range of forces” to fight “those who, just like the Nazis, sow evil and hatred of humankind. 20 more words

2016 Presidential Election

Transparency Report: Europe's Predictable and (Partly) Self-Inflicted Refugee Crisis

The European Refugee Crisis did not come out of nowhere. In fact, for anybody who follows international affairs, it is an inevitable result of a failure of leadership, shared responsibility, and vision in global security. 1,105 more words

Blog Posts

The debate in Washington DC, will now shift to how Congress and U.S President Obama handle the Iran Nuclear agreement

With a deal in place between Iran, the United States and five other nations over Iran’s nuclear program, the debate in Washington DC, will now shift to how Congress and U.S President Barack Obama handle the agreement on legislative grounds. 119 more words


On The Recent Korean Row

After leaving this dormant for an extended period of time, I was recently motivated to put some thoughts down, and they concern the Korean situation. The following are some of my takeaways from the recent flap the Koreas had: 498 more words

US Military Policy


The United Nations has reported that 51 million people have been forcibly displaced from their homes due to civil war and transnational violence. The places most impacted by the influx of non-indigenous people are also those with regressive political institutions and insufficient local infrastructure to help mitigate the problems incurred by shifts in population flow. 848 more words

Middle East

White House set to retaliate against China for data breach

The White House announced on Saturday that they are planning to retaliate against China for recent data breach of the Office of Personnel Management affecting more than 20 million Americans. 194 more words

White House