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By Michael Jansen - Dec 12,2018
The war in Yemen has to end now. There is no time to lose. With every month, tens of thousands of Yemenis join the millions who do not have enough food to survive. In recent weeks, the figure has risen from 13 million to 20 million of Yemen's 28 million people.
By Michael Jansen - Dec 05,2018
George H.W. Bush, who died last Saturday at the age of 94, has been lauded as a great US president, a humble patrician and a man who served his country during World War II as an air force pilot and from that time on.
By Michael Jansen - Nov 28,2018
Poland is set to host the 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention on Climate Change while storms not only threaten the earth, but also divide countries into global warming perpetrators and victims.
By Michael Jansen - Nov 21,2018
The re-imposition of US sanctions on Iran has already imperilled the lives of Iranian civilians.
By Michael Jansen - Nov 14,2018
During the solemn commemoration in Paris of the end of World War I, French President Emmanuel Macron urged the 71 other world leaders gathered beside the Arc de Triomphe to reject "nationalism", which he argued undermines a nation's “moral values”.In France and across the world,
By Michael Jansen - Nov 07,2018
The politics of fear are ruling much of the world these days. Politicians employing fear include Donald Trump in the US, Victor Orban in Hungary, Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil, Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel and Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Turkey.
By Michael Jansen - Oct 31,2018
The massacre of 11 Jews in a synagogue in Pittsburgh, the most deadly anti-Jewish act in US history, is bad news for this region as well as for the unity and stability of the US.
By Michael Jansen - Oct 24,2018
Mosul and Raqqa remain piles of rubble more than a year after these historic cities were liberated from the brutal grip of Daesh by local forces and the US-led coalition.
By Michael Jansen - Oct 17,2018
Al Qaeda's Hayaat Tahrir Al Sham and affiliated factions ignored Monday's deadline to pull their fighters out of the U-shaped buffer zone around Syria's Idlib province.
By Michael Jansen - Oct 10,2018
It once was said the United States was the "indispensable country" as it used to provide military muscle and funds where and when needed. This role has eroded over the past few decades and is no longer true in the age of Trump.

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