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The U.S. and the Current Brazilian Diplomacy 86

“All wars represent a failure of diplomacy.” Tony Benn   There is no vacuum of power. In geopolitics, there is no inertia. But, in Brazil, we defy logic and the conventional functioning of things: The actual administration is taking an increasingly passive role in the country, creating an immense conceptual void, a systematic destruction of previously built structures. The current tension between Brazil and Venezuela boosts the constant questioning about the possibility of our engagement in a de facto military action. But, while we embarrass ourselves with the chance of...

U.S. Game in Africa: General Elections 2015 in Nigeria 6545

In the long torrid history of the world there was such a time when it was an accepted norm that might is right. Even as man evolved socio-economically there remained that hubris in him that still held onto that norm of a bygone era. But considering the larger context of this, nations have embodied and taken this notion to new heights, and this forms some of the major factors of endemic moral corruption and stagnation which in turn sparks social unrest and conflict. We can find interference and overbearing attitudes all around us from family, friends, colleagues etc. but th...

US Pressure on Lebanese Society Will Fail 5959

There is no doubt that the failure of  the war policy against Lebanon was not in line with the pattern adopted by the US and Israeli regimes since the 1970s, which called for another kind of aggression aimed at the supporters of the resistance in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Iran since 2005. The plan failed to take down the resistance in Lebanon, the main force confronting Israel, so Washington decided to attempt to stifle the resistance and to maim and distort it through the activation of economic sanctions and the classification of Hezbollah as an international criminal terr...

Delaware Pipe Bomber Faces Up to 10 Years in Prison
Delaware Pipe Bomber Faces Up to 10 Years in Prison 92

WILMINGTON, DELAWARE – March 18, 2019 Mark Consiglio, 49, of Elsmere, Delaware pled guilty on March 14 in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware to possessing a destructive device, commonly known as a pipe bomb, United States Attorney for the District of Delaware David C. Weiss, announced. According to the District of Delaware U.S. Attorney’s Office website, Consiglio is scheduled to be sentenced before the Honorable Richard G. Andrews of the District of Delaware on July 2, 2019. He faces a maximum penalty of 10 years of imprisonment, three years of...

America Can’t Cope With the Rise of Domestic Islamist Terrorism
America Can’t Cope With the Rise of Domestic Islamist Terrorism 157

GEORGIA – March 14, 2019 As the whole civilized world continues fighting terrorism in the Middle East and other regions of the world, and the U.S. claims it is in the avant-garde of this struggle (though there is strong evidence that Washington supports radical Islamist groups at times), the news that comes from the States themselves is quite shocking.   On March 12, an American citizen Kim Anh Vo, a.k.a. “F@ng,” a.k.a. “SyxxZMC,” a.k.a. “Zozo,” a.k.a. “Miss.Bones,” a.k.a. “Sage Pi,” a.k.a. “Kitty Lee,”  was indicted and arrested in Hephzibah, Georgia for the provision o...

N.J. Man Gets 190-year Sentence for Killing 3 Parents in Front of Their Young Kids
N.J. Man Gets 190-year Sentence for Killing 3 Parents in Front of Their Young Kids 290

A man convicted of strangling and drowning one ex-girlfriend and fatally shooting another as well as her new boyfriend has been sentenced to 190 years in prison. An Essex County man, 30, convicted  last December of brutally murdering three people in 2016 while their children were present in a two-day killing spree was sentenced Tuesday to 190 years in prison. On Tuesday, Essex County Judge Ronald D. Wigler sentenced Jeffrey Holland to 60 years for each of the January 2016 murders and another 10 for being a convicted felon with a weapon. Holland’s parole hearing won’t co...