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GailForce: Standby for More Debates on Privacy vs Security

GailForce:  Standby for More Debates on Privacy vs Security

“A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to gets his pants on.” –Winston Churchill On October 4th, the House Judiciary Committee introduced a bill that would extend the controversial Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), which is set to expire at the end of December, for […]

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What If the UN Banned the Bomb and No One Noticed?

What If the UN Banned the Bomb and No One Noticed?

Based on the amount of news coverage, you may not have heard of it, but on July 7, 2017, the United Nations adopted the Nuclear Prohibition Treaty. The agreement bans the use of nuclear weapons, and the threat of their use, as well as their testing, development, possession, sharing, and stationing in other countries. The […]

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Unleashing Nigeria’s Energy Potential?

Unleashing Nigeria’s Energy Potential?

Nigeria, the continent’s most populous country with nearly 200 million citizens, is awash in energy riches with large oil and gas reserves.

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Energy Security Is a Matter of National Security Say Retired Military Leaders

Energy Security Is a Matter of National Security Say Retired Military Leaders

The military faces an array of strategic and tactical concerns that have propelled it to become a leader in energy innovation.

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Our Respect for Sovereignty is also a Call to Action

Our Respect for Sovereignty is also a Call to Action

President Trump issues his first set of remarks at the United Nations. He highlighted the importance of national sovereignty and collective action.

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Is the International Community neglecting the Rohingya Hindus?

Is the International Community neglecting the Rohingya Hindus?

Rohingya Muslims are not the only victims of the ethnic cleansing presently going on in Myanmar. Hindu homes are reportedly being burned and looted while the international community continues to only focus on the plight of Rohingya Muslims.

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Apologia de Profundis re Trumpus

Apologia de Profundis re Trumpus

To those visiting New York City for the first time in awhile, you may be wondering is this America? Yes it is, but we need you to be patient with us.

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Trump Hires Chinese Government Firm for Dubai Golf Club

Trump Hires Chinese Government Firm for Dubai Golf Club

The President’s global conflict-of-interest problems just got a little bit bigger following revelations about the Trump International Golf Club Dubai.

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Hindu Rights Activist Seeks Israeli Support for Bangladeshi minorities

Hindu Rights Activist Seeks Israeli Support for Bangladeshi minorities

The minorities in Bangladesh are in a dire and tragic predicament. Sheikh Hasina, who has served as prime minister since 2009 has done nothing to offer security to them.

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The U.S.’ Outreach To Regional Hegemons Is Both Right And Wrong

The U.S.’ Outreach To Regional Hegemons Is Both Right And Wrong

To successfully resolve regional crises, the U.S. must acknowledge and prioritize the core security interests of regional hegemons.

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The Need for Anti-Ballistic Missile Diplomacy

The Need for Anti-Ballistic Missile Diplomacy

Last August, North Korea launched what is believed to be a Hwasong-12 ballistic missile towards Japan, threatening a key US ally in the region.

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Is Extremism the Sole Reason for the Collapsing Order of ‘Worldliness’?

Is Extremism the Sole Reason for the Collapsing Order of ‘Worldliness’?

The ramming of identity-politics-based extremism disparately sprouting around the globe has reawakened the totalitarian madness.

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A Trump Doctrine? Not Yet

A Trump Doctrine? Not Yet

There will be no more nation-building in Afghanistan under the “Trump doctrine”. But will its policies allow a role for the Taliban in a future government?

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Hindu Rights Activist: Bangladeshi Democracy on the Verge of Extinction

Hindu Rights Activist: Bangladeshi Democracy on the Verge of Extinction

The persecution of the Bangladeshi Supreme Court’s Chief Justice due to his opposition to the 16th amendment highlights the oppression experienced by Hindus.

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Missile Defense and North Korea

Missile Defense and North Korea

The United States has made some efforts to develop a missile defense system against a North Korean ICBM, but the system may not be all that we would wish.

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