Tag: France

America’s Anti-Iran Conference in Poland Has More to do With Germany And France Than Iran

When Donald Trump announced America’s unilateral withdrawal from the 2015 JCPOA (aka Iran nuclear deal) and the subsequent re-imposition of ‘mega sanctions’ on Iran, the major leaders of Europe were incredibly vocal in their condemnation of Trump’s move. They likewise insisted that Germany, France, Britain and the EU as a […]

Since 1980, The USA Has Been Involved in 19 Wars – China Has Been Involved in None

Since 1980, China has been involved in a total of zero wars, zero foreign regime change missions and zero bombing campaigns against a foreign land. By contrast, the United States has made war upon, bombed or fomented regime change abroad on 19* separate occasions during that same period. Beyond this, […]

The Urban-Rural Divide is Becoming a Political Time-bomb in First World Western Nations

Traditionally, the wealth gap, sanitation gap, living standards gap and education gap between urban and rural populations was more pronounced in the developing world than in fully developed/first world nations. While many developing nations are working intensely to close this gap with China set to reduce rural poverty to 0% […]

Where Did The European Union Come From And Where is it Going? Find Out in The Latest Episode of The History Boys

On this week’s episode of The History Boys, George Galloway and Adam Garrie explore the history of the European Union, its goals, its successes, its failures and how it can cope with the age of economic stagnation, Brexit, Yellow Vests and other challenges. As a Christmas gift to our views, […]