... simply a political issue, but a religious issue as well. Religious ideology has an important influence on policy orientation. Extremism and terrorism are inseparable, and pursuit of extremist religious ideology cannot help but support terrorism in policy.... ... retaliatory and punitive nature, and it was a "war of necessity". In the face of such a horrific terrorist attack and thousands of civilian deaths, all major powers will retaliate, and with good reason. That is why it was widely understood and supported ...
... other factors that contribute to the destabilization of the economies of entire regions. Such trends fuel militancy, political extremism, wars, and mass migrations of populations, all of which are serious threats to the stability of the international system.... ...
Kathleen Hicks, Kim Cragin and Olga Oliker
Among other things, you are an expert in the Cold War. At present, Russia and the USA are experiencing a period of tensions in their relationship. In your opinion, what should be done in order to overcome these ...
... Brexiteers in Great Britain too.
Just ask new Tory foreign secretary and super Toff, Boris Johnson, who just last year (born in the USA, BoJo was a dual national) renounced his US citizenship in an unsuccessful attempt to become Prime Minister.
But is all this ... ... U.S. Ambassador Micheal McFaul.
Not a very good trust builder for two nations who have pledged to work together to combat extremism.
Existentialism, a product of Nazi-occupied France
In fact, academic existentialism did not evolve into an “ism” ...
Good idea, bad timing?
It's not clear whether the world's worst drought in over a century provided impetus for the agriculture ministers of the BRICS nations to gather in Brasilia in March and launch a manifesto designed to make the group a key player in the global food security regime. But they did. Now the world is waiting.
From a moral and business ethics perspective the effort makes sense and can add value to the BRICS brand.
But success depends on China, India and Brazil...
3 Posco S.Korea 32.9
4 JFF Japan 20.0
5 Tata India 17.5
6 Bao China 15.8
7 Nucor USA 14.3
8 Gerdau Brasil 13.9
9 U.S. Steel USA 13.1
10 Thyssen-Krupp Ger. 11.5
11 VoestAlpine Austria 11.2
12 Evraz Russia 9.4
13 Severstal Russia 9.0
14 China Steel Taiwan ... ... to further their own agendas connected with overall logistics and the politics of mediating or turning a blind eye to global extremism.
The essay posted here represents the personal views of this blogger on the current status of the globalization of ...
... challenges not only to Muslim states, but to the whole world as well.
Caliph and Its Host
The Islamic State organization was formed in 2006 in Iraq as a result of a merger of eleven radical Islamist groups that split off from Al-Qaeda of Iraq. Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the spiritual leader and close associate of Osama bin Laden, took an active part in creating the organization.
The Slate Group, By Joshua Keating and
The Middle East Friendship Chart.
It is well-known that until ...