Greetings and Good Day,
“There is one effective method to spread values with sound policies and this is to continuously open the thought box “
Objective analysts are well aware of the dire momentum in international affairs, where the economy is still representing a major hurdle in several industrial nations as much as elections, proliferation and winds of change are still in gestation.
We do know that French and US elections in a window stretching until November might well intricate the collective western action versus pivotal geopolitical issues.
We do know also that Chinese growth problems and Russian relenting monetary reforms; do pose significant and complicating issues for the world citizenry.
We do know that pressing theaters in Syria, North Korea and Iran are looking for solutions and seemingly there is no clear path at the horizon.
In front of such severe global environment, the best hope is for the less damage.
From one side we have a US administration basing its diplomatic track with Iran on a religious Fatwa not to develop a nuclear device, while the ultimate goal of the track is to transform the fatwa into a national policy. How will this extricate itself remains to be understood, although famous journalists are parachuting their massive and jammed thoughts on our clear minds.
From another side we have a Russian tsarist attitude, willing to ensure its own national interests by pressing a solution in Syria introducing a first time unarmed observers mission, in presence of a methodical scenario a’ la “Cecenia” . We augur all parties involved not to be hurt in presence of permanent genocide, of the Syrian population will to progress and to exert its universal rights.
From one side we have a Chinese Communist formula that reached its turning point after decades of formidable growth, where present corruption and purges are necessarily to be diagnosed and healed by a reform policy based on openness to all strata of the civil aspirations. The reform is instrumental for the Dragon nation to have sane growth and to project peaceful power on the world stage.
From another side we have a young North Korean regime calling the shots of instability in the peninsula, focusing on a military aspect, while losing any perspective of sunshine rapprochement. This is an extremely shaky platform that will necessitate a lot of patience and pretty much dosage of guidance.
From one side we have an Iranian regime threatening the closure of Hormuz every now and then and massing enriched isotopes for unknown purposes, suffocating the local population and negotiating with the p5 + 1 in new rounds leading nowhere.
From another side we have Israel a nuclear power, assessing constantly if impeding the Iranian immunity means to destroy the Fordo mountain facility and to take out simultaneously the supreme leader by the end of July, or to put the destiny of the Jewish culture in the hands of a Fatwa that we hope it becomes a national policy.
From one side we have a Turkish state trying to grasp the economic development in presence of different problems, e.g. the Syrian refugees. While the Turkish eastern look will bring it a lot of opportunities, paradoxically it will distance it from Russia based on national values. This will exactly be evidenced in Syria.
From another side we have a French state portrayed into an election that necessarily will need to address the future in an added value to the Franco-German alliance, rethinking Europe allying it with transversal and overseas models, BRICS and beyond.
“When failed policies and protests, do not lead to an effective change, presumably this will lead to a terrain of usury and collective poverty. Hope will downsize itself “
- Analysis: Violence sidelines Syrian moderates (hosted.ap.org)
- Any Given Friday (theromangate.wordpress.com)
- Statement by Senators Mccain, Lieberman and Graham on Syria (syriantaskforce.org)
- National News: Clinton urges tougher move on Syria (coventrytelegraph.net)
- UN council reaches tentative agreement on Syria (dawn.com)
- Taking Down Damascus in Moscow (nationalinterest.org)
- Are Syrian Alawites and Turkish Alevis the same? (globalpublicsquare.blogs.cnn.com)
- Syria: SOS (turcanin.wordpress.com)
- Is Kofi Annan’s Peace Plan for Syria collapsing? (aislingphelan.wordpress.com)