By: Rexhinaldo Nazarko “Five days or five weeks or five months, but it certainly isn’t going to last any longer than that,” stated former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld on the days predating the beginning of the Iraq War. Needless say we look back at this event in history and judge it as one of the… Read More War With Iran: An Unwise Decision
By: Rexhinaldo Nazarko The trends seen in the development of war lead us to come to the conclusions that conflicts have been reduced to smaller scale involvements between the instigators, reducing combat casualties, but have grown in the sense that they engulf broader regions. Meaning, trends show wars with the progression of time have come… Read More Modern Warfare: Are Technology and Mercenaries The Future?
By Mustafa Rasheed The following essay briefly addresses the ideological roots of terrorism and juxtaposes the current “War on Terrorism” mainly in the Middle East and North Africa with the American political scare of communism during the Cold War, “The Red Menace”. The following essay is a continuation of a series of essays I wrote… Read More On Terrorism and Ideology
When the term “Cold War” is used, the past decades of the American-Soviet rivalry and struggle for influence usually come to mind. The American-Soviet Cold War was the most renowned global fight for influence, but there are also regional “Cold Wars” which aim to avoid direct conflict, spread influence, and assert regional control. The ideological… Read More The Saudi-Iranian Cold War