Arab League to Observe and Monitor Syrian Crisis – Why Not Use Small Drones to Watch?
The Arab League has arrived to monitor the Syrian Crisis, great but what exactly are they going to be looking at from the ground which will shed any light on the reality – I ask? Riding around in Army vehicles through the streets of protestors isn’t exactly safe, and they are liable to be targets, which is a bad scene to begin with, which certainly won’t help the protestors cause. Will the observers get constant updates from ‘Twitter’ to go check the validity of the tweets in real-time?Greek Gift: A Crisis And Its Global Shockwaves
A Specter is hovering above the global community: The specter of hunger. Since the economic meltdown of 2007 to 2009, so much has happened to undermine the recovery effects of the world financial system. Natural disasters, corporate greed and widening divide between the economically buoyant countries and the impoverished ones bred uncertainties in the global economy and splattered blood on the floor of the world’s stock markets in a horrendous bears rampage that left investors all over the world bruised.The Next Solar Eclipse – The Beginning of the End?
The next solar eclipse in 2012 could very well be merely another one of nature’s spectacles, but to some it symbolizes the start to the end of the world. It is no wonder that in many countries and throughout history solar eclipses have been viewed with dread.Deadly NATO Attack On Pakistan – Future Of the Pakistan-US Relationship
The recent NATO attack on Pakistani border outposts that claimed 24 lives of Pakistani soldiers had been widely condemned in Pakistan. The tragic incident has further damaged the already fragile relationship between the U.S. and Pakistan. Perhaps, however, this ratcheting up of tensions could be the needed call for restoring that relationship and in so doing set the region on a renewed path to lasting peace.Once a Revolutionary – Always a Revolutionary I Guess?
After a revolution ends, there will always be some who are not happy with the ending, or cannot ditch the killing and combat mode for the milder version of political sound and fury – John Wilkes Booth for instance. Still, until, each side is willing to bury the hatchet, there can be no long term peace, and little chance for societal stability. Okay, so let’s talk about Libya, one of the most recent cases in point, shall we?