Ricardo Hausmann, a professor at Harvard and a director of the Kennedy School of Government there, suggests that the only way to “solve” the Venezuelan “crisis” is through military intervention.
The number of British children being educated at home has doubled in a mere six-year period, according to government data cited in U.K. media reports.
Hidden data: A new study validates concerns that the Muslim migrant flood into Germany has also brought a crime epidemic; meanwhile French mayors protest huge migrant welfare burden.
After installing its agent at the top of Interpol, Communist China, the most murderous regime in recorded human history, is working with the United Nations to set up a “permanent peacekeeping police squad” and an 8,000-man “standby force” to be deployed anywhere in the world at a moment's notice. Unsurprisingly, the UN is loving it. Radical UN General Assembly President Miroslav Lajcak, an unrepentant Communist Party operative from Eastern Europe, recently praised the communist regime in China for its lead role in the controversial effort. And the new China-UN “peace” force comes as Communist Chinese dictator Xi Jinping vowed on New Year's Eve to “resolutely uphold the authority and status of the United Nations.” The implications for liberty could be disastrous.
Britain’s National Health Service is postponing thousands of noncritical operations and urging people not to go to hospitals except in emergencies.
As the American people and the Trump administration work to rein in the international dictators club, the mass-murdering dictator ruling mainland China vowed in his New Year's address to “resolutely uphold the authority and status of the United Nations.”
During a New Year’s Day address, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un struck an unusually conciliatory tone for the usually belligerent strongman, calling for peace on the Korean peninsula.
A newly declassified British diplomatic cable is shedding new light on the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre. According to the document, written on June 5, 1989 — just over 24 hours after the mass killing — the death toll was at least 10,000. This is more than three times the estimate of nearly 3,000 commonly reported.
Afghanistan’s Interior Ministry reported on December 28 that 41 people were killed and 30 wounded by multiple bomb blasts at a Shiite Tebyan cultural center in Kabul.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said a bomb blast in a St. Petersburg supermarket the on December 27 was an act of terrorism and that the FSB could use deadly force.