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  • An enforceable global law needed to curb terrorism

    An enforceable global law needed to curb terrorism

    Freedom from terrorism is just one important element in the larger scheme of things - climate emergency, unprecedented economic crisis, massive social breakdown, to list just a few.

    August 18, 2022
  • War or peace, the truth suffers

    War or peace, the truth suffers

     The ministries of information in our patch have remained a euphemism for the state’s propaganda overdrive targeting its own people mainly, come peace or war.

    August 11, 2022
  • Ukraine proposes new sanctions on Russia

    Ukraine proposes new sanctions on Russia

    In particular, the draft law stipulates a ban on transferring funds from Ukraine to Russia-related individuals and legal entities.

    August 9, 2022
  • Biden authorises largest weapons assistance to Ukraine

    Biden authorises largest weapons assistance to Ukraine

    Washington will also deliver to Kiev 1,000 Javelins, hundreds of AT4 anti-armor systems, 50 armoured medical treatment vehicles, anti-personnel munitions, explosives, demolition munitions and demolition equipment, the statement said.

    August 9, 2022
  • Blue economy

    Blue economy

    The release of ‘India’s Blue Economy: A Draft Policy Framework’ by the Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister in late 2020 was another milestone in the evolution of India’s blue economy policy.

    August 8, 2022
  • Zelensky acknowledges ‘vital’ role played by Western weaponry

    Zelensky acknowledges ‘vital’ role played by Western weaponry

    Nonetheless, the president also called on Ukraine's allies to supply the country with further military aid.

    August 7, 2022
  • Migration crisis

    Migration crisis

    In the east, the focus of the recent Russian offensive, carrying women, children, elderly people and many with reduced mobility to safer territory in the west was the priority this week.

    August 6, 2022
  • View from Kiev

    View from Kiev

    The view from Kiev is that even a limited cease-fire, forget an end to hostilities, presents two grave perils for Ukraine.

    August 6, 2022
  • Russia launches major offensive in Donetsk: Ukraine

    Russia launches major offensive in Donetsk: Ukraine

    The push was aimed at positioning Russian forces for an assault on Soledar and Bakhmut and expanding Russian control to the west of the city of Donetsk, it added.

    August 5, 2022
  • Ukrainian Prez, NATO secretary-general discuss aid for Kiev

    Ukrainian Prez, NATO secretary-general discuss aid for Kiev

    The parties also discussed the resumption of grain exports from Ukraine via the Black Sea ports and the prospects of NATO's assistance in humanitarian demining in Ukraine.

    August 3, 2022
  • Russia accuses US of direct role in Ukraine war

    Russia accuses US of direct role in Ukraine war

    Last week, Ukraine accused Moscow of bombing a prison in separatist held Donetsk to cover up allegations of torture, the BBC reported.

    August 2, 2022
  • Overt gas war

    Overt gas war

    Germany is in a particularly weak position as Russia has been sluggish in restoring its gas supply through a pipeline that was “offline” for several days this month for maintenance.

    July 30, 2022
  • Where will the West’s provocations lead?

    Where will the West’s provocations lead?

    Notwithstanding the risk — still remote, but hard to ignore — of a potential nuclear conflagration in Europe, the main Western adversarial focus appears to be on China.

    July 28, 2022
  • Hope for Hungry

    Hope for Hungry

    The comity of nations must now hope that hunger and starvation will eventually be addressed amidst the clash of shields and wartime rhetoric.

    July 26, 2022
  • Moscow & Tehran

    Moscow & Tehran

    Nato allies have bolstered their military presence in Eastern Europe and provided Ukraine with weapons to help counter the Russian attack.

    July 25, 2022
  • U.N. expects Ukraine-Russia grain deal to be implemented soon

    U.N. expects Ukraine-Russia grain deal to be implemented soon

    Ukraine, Russia, Turkey and the United Nations signed the deal in Istanbul in what Turkey has said will mark the first step toward easing an international food crisis exacerbated by Moscow's invasion of its neighbour.

    July 23, 2022
  • Ukrainian losses significantly reduced since peak of war: Zelensky

    Ukrainian losses significantly reduced since peak of war: Zelensky

    However, he refused to discuss where and when Ukraine plans to launch a counter-offensive, Ukrayinska Pravda quoted Zelensky as saying.

    July 23, 2022