On 4 April, NATO turned 70 years old. The atmosphere at the celebrations was quarrelsome, as often happens with the elderly when they start losing their marbles. It was a sign of profound schizophrenia.
Security and conflicts
You can’t have a conversation if one party won’t listen to the other.
After the last general elections in Bangladesh, the Western media had started publishing aggressive reporting highlighting the lack of credibility of the outcome of the vote.
Turkish-American relations have never been in such a crisis. The causes of this crisis are clear:
- US support for Kurdish separatists and its plan for a great Kurdistan.
On Friday, March 15, dozens of Muslims lost their lives at the Al-Noor and Linwood Mosques in New Zealand’s Southeastern city of Christchurch when a gunman opened fire on the helpless people present there for Friday prayers.
India’s obsession to impair Pakistan knows no bounds.
Norwegian sociologist, mathematician, and the principal founder of the discipline of peace and conflict studies Johan Galtung’s model of peace builds on the dichotomy between what he calls ‘war journalism’ and a ‘peace journalism’ approach.