Iran: Who Guards the Guardians

The widespread unrest in Iran has been underway for a week now. Protests have been reported (often with cell phone video) in nearly a hundred cities and large towns throughout the country. The demonstrations and the government response so far has paralyzed the economy. Officials have already leaked details of meetings of the senior leaders several… Read More Iran: Who Guards the Guardians


Europe’s Growing Muslim Population

In recent years, Europe has experienced a record influx of asylum seekers fleeing conflicts in Syria and other predominantly Muslim countries. This wave of Muslim migrants has prompted debate about immigration and security policies in numerous countries and has raised questions about the current and future number of Muslims in Europe. To see how the size of… Read More Europe’s Growing Muslim Population


While the Arab coalition has control of the air and can precisely hit targets anyplace in the nation, on the ground the administration and the coalition don’t have enough troops to control the majority of the nation. The Iran supported Shia radicals and a few Sunni bunches control the vast majority of the northwest (to… Read More Yemen


The July 25th peace design was not a done arrangement but rather a work in advance. In July the GNA (Government of National Accord in Tripoli) and HoR (House of Representatives in Tobruk) governments both consented to cooperate to accomplish an across the nation truce, races and UN acknowledgment of the LNA (Libyan National Army).… Read More Libya

Trump: What NKorea is doing can’t be allowed

US President Donald Trump toughened his position on North Korea in comments to correspondents Thursday night, Aug. 10. Dismissing feedback at home of his “fire and wrath” danger for North Korea’s hawkish atomic and rocket programs, Trump stated: “They’ve been doing this to our nation for quite a while, for a long time, and the… Read More Trump: What NKorea is doing can’t be allowed