Security Council met on August 16, 2017 concerning the situation in Kosovo. Kosovo UN Representative Vlora Çitaku was present as well as Serbia Deputy Prime Minister Ivica Dačić.
In Geo-Politics today one of the most pressing, and existential questions for the United States today is what to do about Russian intransigence. This paper which I present to you today, attempts to answer this question. In keeping with the current state of affairs, Russian recalcitrance concerning the Syria episode, as well as Ukraine, merit… Continue reading New Paper: Cold Shiver: An Indictment of Russian Transgressions
In the fall of 1632, on the battlefields of the then publicly dismembered Holy Roman Empire; one Gustavus Adolphus II, or the great as heâ€™s now known, was cut down, in the heat of what was surely not expected to be his last battle, at Lutzen. His death, which was publicly mourned in Sweden, and… Continue reading Russia, The Occidental, and What We Can Learn From Gustavus Adolphus The Great
The United Nations Security Council held a meeting on the Situation in Kosovo on May 16, 2017. The last meeting held on this subject was on February 27, 2017. Notes taken largely in abstract from United Nations Website, UN.org. Zahir Tanin, Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Interim Administration Mission… Continue reading UN Meeting on Situation in Kosovo May 16, 2017
The below attached file is my latest thesis on suggestions for the future of U.S.- E.U. Relations in the newly minted Trump Administration. The paper seeks to first briefly describe what Secretary of Defense John Mattis has described as the “Arc of Instability” currently at play in European politics. It then offers timely suggestions as to what can be done to better relations between the United States and Europe at a time of budget deficits, Russian aggression, and rising violence from Islamic Fundamentalism.
The paper can be downloaded here: a-time-for-reckoning-suggestions-for-the-future-of-u-s-e-u-relations-final
Developing Future: With Russia on the ropes in Syria, and Crimea, and Putin relegated to Pariah status, it’s no wonder then that a lane seems to be opening up for the Russian’s, and other rogue state actors to begin to foment the what seems to be the start of an organizational shift which could lead… Continue reading Developing Future: World Order, Russian Intransigence, and The Security Council
Live Stream of Federica Mogherini at the Atlantic Council. Live February 10, Beginning at 2pm EST Link Below: