Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Why Intelligence Agencies Must Not Militate Against Israel

Free speech is good, it is precious; however, at times, it can hamper the Greater Good. For example, in Israel, there are people who believe that offering their opinion in public is a birth given right when in fact they are getting in the way of what needs to be done. But what is more astounding is the arguments that those people employ...

Thursday, 12 January 2017

Assessing the Pause: A Look at Mosul

By Scott A Morgan

For the second time since the fall, the Iraqi Army and their Peshmerga Allies have seen fit to pause their Operation to liberate the city of Mosul. The question is how should people look at this?

Tuesday, 10 January 2017

The Nuclear Circle of Trust: Iran, Syria, Pakistan, North Korea and China

The war in Syria may be much more important than initially thought. Even though I still maintain that presently there's no alternative to Bashar al-Assad, I also admit that after a viable candidate is found, he has got to go. Syria is connected to Iran, Iran is connected to Pakistan and North Korea (NK) which are intimately connected to China – Russia is connected to all. This circle poses a huge international security problem.

Thursday, 5 January 2017

Obama's Foreign Policy: Desperate, Inept, Damaging

By Scott Morgan
There were copious amounts of euphoria and glee when Barack Obama assumed office as President of the United States back in 2009. After all, the vilified George W Bush was leaving Washington and hope sprung eternal.