East Asian Affairs · Non-Proliferation Affairs

Coverage of DPRK Day of the Sun Celebrations

Embedded Video is of North Korean Day of the Sun Celebrations. The DPRK specific holiday is in recognition of the 150th anniversary of Kim Il Sung; the countries founder, and current rulers Grandfather’s birthday. This originally aired last night (April 14th) on KCTV which had a live youtube feed of the event.

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Middle Eastern Affairs · Pre-Wordpress Papers

Analysis of the Situation Concerning the Bashar al-Assad Régime

The recent developments in the war in Syria has caused me to think what I thought was once unthinkable, the targeted assassination of the regime’s leadership. This change has manifested itself due to the recent brutality of the Assad regime against it’s own people, namely the leveling of Aleppo, and the gassing of his own… Continue reading Analysis of the Situation Concerning the Bashar al-Assad Régime

African Affairs · East Asian Affairs · Non-Proliferation Affairs · United Nations Diplomacy

Prepared Speech on Recent North Korean Bellicosity and Advancements

My fellow Americans, The threat and progress of the nuclear, and ballistic missile threat of the rogue North Korean regime has grown rapidly in the last two years. The North Koreans seek to expand, and replace their ballistic missile arsenal with ones capable of reaching the mainland of the United States. The North Koreans are… Continue reading Prepared Speech on Recent North Korean Bellicosity and Advancements

East Asian Affairs · Non-Proliferation Affairs · United Nations Diplomacy

Analysis of Kim Jong Nam’s Death

By: Kevin Miller The death of Kim Jong Nam, and the way in which it was done is a scurrilous crime. It also is a blow for American, South Korean, and other Western foreign intelligence agencies. It should however come as a surprise to you the audience with what I’m about to postulate: The plot… Continue reading Analysis of Kim Jong Nam’s Death

European Affairs · Political Theory · United Nations Diplomacy

Update On Serbian Intimidation In Security Council

Russian And Serbian Aggression Against Kosovo In The Security Council Update (original can be found Here ): By: Kevin Miller The Security Council held a session at the United Nations in New York on the 27th, of February on the situation in Kosovo. The head of the United Nations Mission In Kosovo, or UNMIK, Zahir Tanin… Continue reading Update On Serbian Intimidation In Security Council

East Asian Affairs · European Affairs · Fiscal and Monetary Theory · Political Theory · Russian Affairs · United Nations Diplomacy

A Time For Reckoning: Suggestions For The Future Of U.S., E.U. Relations

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

European Affairs · Middle Eastern Affairs · Political Theory · Russian Affairs · United Nations Diplomacy

Developing Future: World Order, Russian Intransigence, and The Security Council

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