As protests continue in Israel in opposition to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s judicial reform package, his government is continuing to carry out attacks on Palestinians in the West Bank.
Category: TRENDS IN GEOPOLITICS – Sep 12 2023
The anti-French dominos continue to fall in Africa, with Gabon’s military staging a coup last month to oust President Ali Bongo Ondimba, whose family has ruled the country for 55 years—enriching themselves while using its close ties with Paris to maintain power.
The U.S. and Israel are preparing to come together—once again—to practice attacking Iranian targets in the next few months that will simulate responding to a multi-front missile attack from Iran and separate attacks on nuclear facilities, according to a report.
Berlin has declared war on Russia and on the average German.
Kevin McCarthy, the U.S. House of Representatives speaker with about as much knowledge on nuclear waste as your mailman, visited Japan this week and endorsed Tokyo’s move to dump toxic waste from the destroyed Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific, and criticized China for raising concerns.
It didn’t take long for Romania to change its tune.
Japan, the U.S.’s WWII enemy who bombed Pearl Harbor and killed tens of millions across Asia, will spend $53 billion in 2024 to beef up its military in the perceived threat of China and North Korea—much to the delight of Washington.
Niger’s new leadership—that has been in place after the July coup in the former French colony—has accused Paris of amassing forces and military equipment in nearby countries—raising the risk of a military intervention that could further destabilize the country.