Blog Posts - Geopolitics



The truth behind bloody fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces

WITH so many conflicts in the world, Nagorno-Karabakh gets little attention. The bloody fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces in the mountainous enclave this week was a reminder that it should. Tanks and artillery traded fire; at least 50...
by Defense news alert on Apr 9, 2016

What if Russia and China Become Allies?

The idea that Russia and China are going to become close allies fails to account for the constraints and geopolitical imperatives of both countries. Neither can be content in a situation where the U.S. has untrammeled power in the world. But that doe...
by Defense news alert on Apr 9, 2016

Episode 40 – Critical Questions Facing Global LNG

What will be some of the critical questions facing the global LNG sector? The upcoming LNG18 conference in Perth will be the setting for global leaders in this important industry to discuss the future. This rare event is like the Olympics of the LN...
by Fuel Up! on Apr 5, 2016

What If Israel Didn't Have Nuclear Weapons?

Since the early 1970s, Israel has informally maintained a nuclear deterrent. In order to prevent the activation of a variety of legal instruments that would disrupt Israeli relations with the United States and Europe, Israel has not acknowl...
by Defense news alert on Apr 3, 2016

Five Years Later: The Complete And Utter Failure of The Arab Spring

This week marks five years since the beginning of the horrific Syrian civil war and the Arab Spring movement. A net assessment of the affected countries shows the ineffectiveness of the movement.Protests began in Syria on March 15, 2011 in the capita...
by Defense news alert on Mar 31, 2016

B&E | Ebaodai & the Reason of Its Success

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by Defense news alert on Mar 22, 2016

THE PAPER | Challenges and Implications of Ukraine’s Current Transformation

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by Defense news alert on Mar 22, 2016

The Outcome : Russia’s Six-Month Military Presence in Syria

Since old times, an analogy has been drawn between politics and a chess game in which winning or losing are both a function of correct and timely movements of pieces. What Russians did in the Syria chess game, especially through their military presen...
by Defense news alert on Mar 22, 2016

LNG18: Great Debates About the Future of #LNG

What will be some of the great debates at the upcoming LNG18 conference in Perth? This rare event is like the Olympics of the LNG world, and comes around only every 4 years. This year will prove to be a pivotal one, as the challenges facing... The p...
by Fuel Up! on Feb 28, 2016

Nicosia Holds the Keys to Syria, the Migrant Crisis, and Gas in the Eastern Mediterranean-By Jonathan Gorvett

by international affairs on Jan 13, 2016

Video: North Korea Hydrogen Bomb Test And What Empty Rhetoric Sounds Like!

Not by Obama per se but by his disappointing sell-out State Department spokesman John Kirby!It is not different than the Obama White House reaction to any international crisis whether it be ISIS, Iran nukes, Russian incursions into US airspace, Syria...
by The Political Commentator on Jan 6, 2016

Video: North Korea Hydrogen Bomb Test And What Empty Rhetoric Sounds Like! [del.icio.us]

You can change the date and name of the bad actor but the basics of the content and empty rhetoric out of the Obama White House never changes! A fact that our enemies are very well aware of and our allies as well!
by The Political Commentator on Jan 6, 2016

China's Ghost Cities And Syrian Refugees

Utilizing China's Ghost Cities as a temporary solution to the Syrian refugee crisis might be a good and logical one!Read more and voice your opinion at LI here. Advertisement ...
by The Political Commentator on Nov 20, 2015

Hey Strategic Planner, What Are Your Projections For The 2016 U.S. Economy? | Michael Haltman | LinkedIn [del.icio.us]

For large corporations, small businesses or sole proprietorships, now is the time to start making our best guesses, plans and projections for 2016.
by The Political Commentator on Nov 13, 2015

Economic crises and Christ's redemption

Tyre harbor today (Wikipedia)Isaiah shows that God's control of financial systems points to the redemption found only in His Son Jesus Christ (Isa. 23:15-18).Financial systems globally are in turmoil, this time in response to  currency deva...
by Sunday in the South on Sep 4, 2015

Global economic forces and God's purposes

Tyre's Triumphal Arch (Wikipedia)Isaiah shows that God controls financial systems for His purposes.  We are in the midst of a lot of global economic changes. We are hearing in the media about what the experts call a "correction." Does the Word o...
by Sunday in the South on Sep 4, 2015

Global economics and God's glory

Image via WikipediaThe Mediterranean: Tyre controlled the seasThis is the first of three posts on the economic mayhem going on across the globe. Tune in for the next two in order to get a full picture.  All economies make corrections from t...
by Sunday in the South on Sep 4, 2015

Eni has discovered the largest known gas field in the Mediterranean off the Egyptian coast

http://www.jpost.com/Middle-East/Italys-Eni-makes-mega-gas-discovery-off-Egyptian-coast-413744?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitterΣτο:Geopolitics of Israel’s Offshore Gas Reserves, σχέσεις μεταξύ χωρών της Μεσογε...
by international affairs on Aug 30, 2015

Interesting Conspiracy Theory: Why Is JP Morgan Hoarding Silver!

We have all heard that in the event of geopolitical angst or a complete global economic breakdown that physical metals like gold and silver will be the only true store of value!This is the reason why the prices of these commodities will tend to pop d...
by The Political Commentator on Apr 25, 2015

The Geopolitics Behind the War in Yemen: The Start of a New Front against Iran

The United States and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia became very uneasy when the Yemenese or Yemenite movement of the Houthi or Ansarallah (meaning the supporters of God in Arabic) gained control of Yemen’s capital, Sanaa/Sana, in September 2014. T...
by Actualité Distincte on Mar 29, 2015


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