AUSTRALIA. Children have a right to loving parents who nurture and love them

by Philomena O’Grady – Master of Criminological Studies (LaT), Master of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism (MQ), Master of International Security Studies (MQ), Human Rights Advocate. Children have a right to loving parents who nurture and love them. Family and parental roles are being compromised by Govt Dept like Child Support who are not only pitting… Read More

AUSTRALIA. Decades of fraudulent banking practices have economically ruined Australia

by Philomena O’Grady – Master of Criminological Studies (LaT), Master of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism (MQ), Master of International Security Studies (MQ), Human Rights Advocate. Decades of fraudulent banking practices have economically ruined Australia whilst fraudulent and corrupt bankers continue to be employed in the financial markets. Decades of fraudulent banking practices have economically ruined… Read More

UKRAINE. In Search of “Traitors”: Targets of Russian Special Services in Crimea and on Mainland Ukraine

by Kseniya Kirillova – Journalist. Analyst. Writer. On Monday of last week, the Security Service of Ukraine officially announced that they thwarted an attempted kidnapping of a Russian citizen who has lived in Ukraine since 2014 when he moved there “in disagreement with the Kremlin’s aggressive policy.” The agency’s website reported that Russian special services… Read More

UNITED KINGDOM. Be careful what you say to a child before leaving them with anyone

by Chrissy (Jackson) Sykes – Creator at My Body Is My Body Programme, Child Abuse Prevention, Member ISPCAN, GGA (United Kingdom) We all want our children to be well behaved when we leave them with babysitters, family and friends so…you may tell them     You listen to the babysitter (friend or family member) You do everything they… Read More

SYRIA. Camp, school. With simple tents and poor facilities

by Mansour Alabed Alali – Journalist. Human rights activist. With simple tents and poor facilities that do not exceed blackboard and old seats, volunteer teachers continue to teach children without any wages as voluntary work.   The reality of education in the northern Syrian camps .. In the midst of compelling circumstances and deteriorating conditions… Read More

AUSTRALIA. Incompetent and often corrupt bureaucrats

Philomena O’Grady – Master of Criminological Studies (LaT), Master of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism (MQ), Master of International Security Studies (MQ) How many of these single parents have been victims of fraudulent practices – time for Govt to provide the statistics so that the public can have a discussion on this issue.   Liberal… Read More

SYRIA. The suffering of the Jabal Camp in Jarablus in North Of Syria

by Mansour Alabed Alali – Journalist. Human rights activist. The long waiting journey      The suffering of the Jabal Camp in Jarablus in North Of Syria and the long waiting journey * The suffering of the displaced people of the Jabal camp in the city of Jarbalus in light of the poor conditions of the… Read More

UZBEKISTAN. Economic development financial / economics situation of Uzbekistan

Shermamat Abdullozoda – Professor College of Business, Westcliff University Los Angeles, California USA Every country has its rules and regulations; Uzbekistan has its constitution and policies to enforce. Unfortunately, due to some circumstances and reasons, these policies and laws are not implemented effectively. The Report will provide those reasons and credibility of legislation, as compared to… Read More

RUSSIA. A Killing Epidemic: The Culling of Russian Media Opponents

Kseniya Kirillova – Journalist. Analyst. Writer. Putin who created a system in which inconvenient people are beaten and killed easily, and death is a convenient solution to the problem of an “inconvenient” individual. And the more cynical the Russian hierarchy gets, the more people die at its hands, be it in the wars or high-profile… Read More

RUSSIA. “They watched my son die.” Russian sailor died of malaria

by Nadezhda Kuzmina – journalist. Correspondent Argumenty i Fakty (Russian – AiF was listed in the Guinness Book of Records with the largest circulation of any weekly publication – print run of 33.5 million) «Смотрели, как умирает мой сын». Российский моряк скончался от малярии Андрей Марышев из Волжского мечтал заработать на первый взнос по ипотеке. Молодой… Read More

AFGHANISTAN. Human Rights in an Islam

Alam Khan Hamdard – adviser to Ministry of Finance and Global Goodwill Ambassadors Afghanis. President and Country Director AIFC/ AlmaaliDubai and Kabul CIBAFI Bahrain Rulers Are Not Above the Law. According to the Islamic concept of justice, absolutely no one is above the law, for all men are equal   Human rights in Islam are taken from Quran and saying… Read More

LATIN AMERICA. How the 2018 Summit of the Americas can still make a difference

By Evan Ellis – Assistant Professor of National Security The article was written before the missile strike in Syria, and doesn’t capture the impact of the action on the summit agenda, I believe that the basic analysis of the conservative trend in the region is consistent with what happened at the summit, and the article’s arguments… Read More

SOUTH AFRICA. Xenophobia

by Elena Botts – Lawyer for Human Rights Washington, District Of Columbia The presence of xenophobia is a disease unto society as it not only culminates in violence but systematically transgresses upon the rights of foreigners.   The presence of xenophobia is a disease unto society as it not only culminates in violence but systematically transgresses upon… Read More

USA. What poet Claude McKay can teach national security whistleblowers

by Martin Edwin Andersen – Writer. Historian. Strategic Communications Specialist Protected in Vladimir Putin’s human rights gulag, Edward Snowden is a leaker who promotes himself as a champion of national security whistleblowing.   During the Harlem Renaissance, the poet Claude McKay sought to spread the good word about how those “abused, outraged and … fighting against… Read More

USA. The suffering of an American girl. “She was so naïve that she taught US as a fairy land”

by Peter Stano – Journalist In September 2016, Wake Forest announced that the Koch Foundation had committed nearly $4 million in funding for the Institute over the next five years. ..Many liberal faculty members and student groups are now trying to “UnKoch” their campuses. But Wake Forest’s Faculty Senate resolution goes further. In addition to demanding that… Read More

MEXICO. The evolution of security challenges in Mexico

by Evan Ellis – Assistant Professor of National Security From February 19-28, I had the opportunity to travel to Mexico City to speak with academics and officials in the Mexican defense sector, regarding the evolution of challenges of transnational organized crime and insecurity in the country, and the work of the Mexican government to combat it. … Read More

INDONESIA. The BLASPHEMY of Indonesia’s Law on “blasphemy”

by Lydia Verniory – Human Rights Lawyer. Foreign Relations Expert. Senior Consultant, former United Nations It all began when Jakarta governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, popularly known as Ahok, was sentenced last year to two years in prison for what the local judicial authorities call ‘blasphemy’.   He had cited a verse from the Qur’an which he said… Read More

ARGENTINA. Latin America’s history, a tragedy that went on for years while the world averted its gaze.

by Martin Edwin Andersen – Writer. Historian. Strategic Communications Specialist The New York Times: “‘Dossier Secreto’ is a sort of ‘Nunca Mas’ with a thesis. Like the Argentine report, this book by a former Argentine-based reporter for Newsweek and The Washington Post chronicles one of the grimmest chapters in Latin America’s history, a tragedy that went… Read More

BELARUS. Arrest of Belarusian Escort in Thailand

Kseniya Kirillova – Journalist. Analyst. Writer. Details about the arrest of “Nastya Rybka” from an eyewitness “Locals acknowledged that they received instructions from Russia – to detain us by any reason” – Alex Leslie In the past few days, the American media has mentioned some information about Anastasia Vashukevitch, a.k.a. Nastya Rybka – a famous scandalous escort girl detained in… Read More

ARGENTINA. No hay peor ciego que el que no quiere ver

Martin Edwin Andersen – Writer. Historian. Strategic Communications Specialist En cuanto de Derechos Humanos, “siempre tenés que jugar en línea recta.” – Patt Derian, héroe y profeta de la Administración de Jimmy Carter.   El libro de Gaby Levinas , Doble agente. La biografía inesperada de Horacio Verbitsky , llega en un momento delicado. En las… Read More

USA. Should Special Counsel Mueller see this?

Martin Edwin Andersen – Writer. Historian. Strategic Communications Specialist “Mr. Deare had been selected for the role by Michael Flynn, who resigned less than a month after taking office over revelations he had spoken to a Russian diplomat about US sanctions before Mr Trump took office.” https://lnkd.in/dXi4KnB Why important: 1) The DIA person who brought him into… Read More

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. Defense and Security Challenges

By Evan Ellis – Assistant Professor of National Security In mid-2017, a delegation of US congressmen traveled to Santo Domingo to meet with senior Dominican officials and to discuss important matters involving security and development challenges in the country.    In fulfillment of Public Law 114-29, approved by the U.S. Congress in December 2016, the U.S. Department of State has been working… Read More

JORDAN. Act now on sustainable development

Lydia Verniory – Human Rights Lawyer. Foreign Relations Expert. Senior Consultant, former United Nations We have to work for equality and justice today so it can also benefit the people and the animals of tomorrow. She is a splendid beast this Tamara, isn’t she? Try riding one of those across the Wadi Rum in Jordan for three… Read More

RUSSIA. Loyalty to Putin does not save Crimeans from repression (Лояльность к Путину не спасает крымчан от репрессий)

Kseniya Kirillova – Journalist. Analyst. Writer. 15 февраля сотрудники полиции Симферополя провели обыск у активиста «поляны протеста» Фазила Ибраимова, после чего его доставили в городской отдел управления МВД России по Крыму. Активиста обвиняют в мошенничестве. Фазила Ибраимова обвиняют в том, что на протяжении семи лет он якобы собирал деньги с участников поляны протеста «Стрелковая» за содействие в получении этой земли в собственность.… Read More

US: Whistleblower reprisal and the #LilPutins of U.S. Southern Command

Martin Edwin Andersen – Writer. Historian. Strategic Communications Specialist Torture Tales, whistleblower reprisal, and the Lil Putins of U.S. Southern Command and their fellow travelers (Band OfBros) ..   From an e-mail received on June 13, 2017 and forwarded to the DoD Inspector General Office:  “______ stated as known fact that (Ken) LaPlante called ‘various places”… Read More

US. Vladimir Putin, Trump and Latin America

Martin Edwin Andersen – Writer. Historian. Strategic Communications Specialist Patt Derian, Jimmy Carter’s human rights defender, has her heralded her records rather than turn them over to the Reagan Administration … WASHINGTON — The real and imagined plots that color discussions of the relationship between President-elect Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin recall an earlier age… Read More

HONDURAS. Anti-corruption mission denounces legal reforms in Honduras

Martin Edwin Andersen – Writer. Historian. Strategic Communications Specialist Martin Edwin Andersen, a former assistant professor at the National Defense University, is a national security and human rights whistleblower in the Departments of Justice and Defense.   Re: Anti-corruption mission denounces legal reforms in Honduras Supposed “reforms”–seen as mask for wrongdoing–reflect measures already in effect at… Read More

US. Human Rights. Craig Deare’s ‘ethical and moral flaws’ make him unfit for NSC job.

Martin Edwin Andersen – Writer. Historian. Strategic Communications Specialist Martin Edwin Andersen, a former assistant professor at the National Defense University, is a national security and human rights whistleblower in the Departments of Justice and Defense. Michael Flynn’s firing as Donald Trump’s national security adviser after just 24 days in the job should raise among good-government… Read More

EU charter creating ‘confusion’ on human rights

Two years after the European Charter of Fundamental Rights became part of the EU treaty, its confusing application has created problems for press freedom, minority and asylum seekers’ rights, human rights czar Thomas Hammarberg told this website. The EU charter covers much of the same rights enshrined in an older European Convention on Human Rights,… Read More