Watch the videos here and objectively decide for yourself if the State Department videos are no match for the Jihadist propaganda machine videos. We’ll take your votes in the comments.
There are no shortage of directions to take a personal opinion piece over the events that happened on September 11, 2001. There’s the classic ‘Where were you when…’ question, or View More ›
Another 9/11, another terror group killing Americans. We need to do something smart and think long-term. like our enemy does. I hope that, by next year, Americans are conducting coordinated unconventional attacks against our enemies worldwide to mark the anniversary.
Over ten years of US Foreign Policy under Presidents Bush (W) and Obama has fueled a roaring fire of Islamic extremism throughout the globe. Politicians in DC on the right View More ›
The timing of Putin’s troops entry into Ukraine under the ISIS smoke screen in Iraq was no coincidence. A recent Economist article, titled Mr. Putin’s Wake Up Call, made the View More ›
Since the start of the Ukraine situation, and Crimea, the Canadian Government has been pushing for a stronger military response while backing their NATO allies in both Eastern Europe and View More ›
Following the rapid string of successes that the Islamic State in Iraq and al Sham enjoyed in June and into July, ISIS has come to be perceived as an Islamist View More ›
As noted in Part One of this two-part series, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) will open a summit this week in Wales. Among the issues at the forefront of View More ›
The feature image. I hope it got your attention, because it caught mine. Just like this bold text has hopefully done. Take another look. The clear yet powerful background image, View More ›
As the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) prepares to open a summit this week in Wales, at least two international issues will be front and center in the effort to View More ›
Last week, I posted a story on Uzra, a woman in the Afghan province of Nuristan. After her village in northern Barg-i-Matal District was attacked by a reported 300 insurgents, View More ›
Abkhazia held a presidential election this past Sunday. Outside of the dwindling circle of Western Caucasus observers, few noted the importance of the election or even that it occurred. Why View More ›
Canada took the world by surprise when Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced a 4.5 million-dollar military aid package to be delivered to Ukraine around the same time Russian strongman Vladimir View More ›
Traditionally, threatening a neighbouring nation to rain down fire on them used to be the stuff of official channels and quite obvious foreign policy actions – recalling ambassadors, cutting off View More ›