Venezuela celebrates 200 years of independence

The embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Banjul on Tuesday celebrated the country’s 200 years of independence, freedom and liberty from the Spanish crown, which colonized the North American state. The celebration, held at the prestigious five-star Coco Ocean Hotel in Bijilo, brought together senior government officials, cabinet ministers, members of the diplomatic [...]

What the American public shouldn’t know

Many people around the world might have credulously or perhaps naively fallen in the trap of believing the tempting claims of the U.S. statesmen and politicians who say that their country is a “beacon of freedom” and a “pioneer of democracy.” It’s a bitter reality that many of us have been defeated and overwhelmed by [...]

Middle East: mid-2011 assessment of Arab Revolts

Mid-point in 2011 the situation in the rebellious Middle East looks very pessimistic for both rebels and governments. The situation in Syria has deteriorated to the point of impossibility of President Assad’s ability to salvage his regime. The blood of thousands cannot be wiped under the rug, and it is only a matter of time [...]

The State of the Disunion – Inconsistency Backfires on European Union’s Foreign Policy

The revolutionary uprisings in North Africa have been a true earthquake for Europe’s foreign policy standing in the region. The way how the EU reacted on this critical challenge tells a lot about the state of disunion in regard to its foreign policy. Both individual EU Member States and the EU itself were slow to [...]

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