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Ban Ki-Moon and the charade of transparency

UN propagandists claim that the selection process to name the next secretary general, who will take office before the inauguration of the next U.S. president, will be the most transparent in the history of the organization, which was founded in 1945. ...


The Syrian Refugee Crisis. Can Brazil really afford to take 50,000 syrian refugees?

While Brazil's “strategic allies” --Germany and France-- are now turning away Syrians and other refugees Brazil has already provided ... ... asylum to 2,900 people presumed to be Syrian nationals fleeing the bloody civil war. The United States, which open sources indicate is spending billions of dollars to provide... ... Forum top 100, having dropped from #57 in 2014. China, which produces the I-Pad is #64. Russia holds down the #26 position. The United States comes in at #17 and the #1 nation...


French Chicanery at the United Nations

... Security Council In a broad historical context, the role of France in the UN Security Council has been always seen as a bridge between the West and the East, used to improve compromises on key global matters. And Paris used to be quite good at this role up until 2007 when Jacques Chirac left the stage. Whereas in 2003 France joined Russia, China and Germany to actively oppose U.S. aggression against Iraq and Washington's attempt to use the UNSC as a cover for realization of its geopolitical interests, in 2011 it emerged as an apologist of the military action in Libya . Under the ...


Nuclear geopolitics. Shifting sands along Africa’s Uranium Road

... According to the United States Department of Energy, the Emirates have the world’s seventh largest natural gas deposits but investment in sophisticated techniques are required to process it into liquid natural gas, which can be offered by Algeria, Russia, France and the United States, among others. Will Russia play an expanded role in across the Maghreb and in the Sahel regions of Africa? The threat potential in and around the Tindouf camps and elsewhere in southern Algeria continues to grow. Russian Foreign Minister ...


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