Andrew Bernstein


India Stuns World With Plan For Kashmir: Orwellian Deradicalization Camps

In a stunning statement, India’s newly recruited Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat has declared that India is considering creating deradicalization camps for Kashmir´s youth: “There are people who have completely been radicalized. These people need to be taken out separately, possibly taken into some deradicalization camps. We have […]


France Increases Its Presence In The Sahel Region As Security Crisis Worsens

Last Wednesday France, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Mauritania and Chad decided to increase military collaboration and strategic cooperation in the face of the growing security crisis that affects the Sahel region. The Sahel, a semi-arid stretch of land separating the end of the Sahara desert and the beginning of the […]


Iran Admits To Shooting Down Airplane Killing 176 People

Iran has admitted to shooting down a Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737-800 carrying 176 people near Tehran this week. The attack took place amid the escalating tensions between Iran and the United States that took both countries to the brink of war. The plane crashed just hours after the Islamic […]


Trump’s Erratic Middle East Policy Brings The World Closer To War

Qassim Suleimani, Iran´s top security and intelligence adviser, was killed in Iraq on Thursday as a result of an American drone strike. His death signified the incredible escalation of tensions that had been mounting over the last years between the United States and Iran. The Pentagon announced his death and […]


Mexico Holds Its Breath As López Obrador Starts To Implement New Strategy Against Drug Cartels

On 2 July 2018, Andrés Manuel López Obrador won the Mexican general elections in what has come to be considered a historic victory in Mexico. López Obrador became the first president in recent Mexican history who was not a member of the two parties (PRI-Partido Revolucionario Institucional and PAN-Partido de […]


Aung San Suu Kyi’s Failure to Address And Admit Rohingya Genocide Sparks International Criticism

In a rare appearance at the International Court of Justice in the Hague last week, Ms. Aung San Suu Kyi acknowledged no genocide in Myanmar against the Rohingyas. In a case brought to the court by Gambia accusing Myanmar of trying to perpetrate a genocide against over one million Rohingya […]


Globalism Versus Populistic Nationalism: What The Battle At NATO Summit Truly Represents

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) alliance turned 70 years old last week. It did so surrounded in a climate of controversy, a sign that winds are changing in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The summit, which was meant to be a celebration of the international alliance that brought peace […]