Nuclear Failure: On the verge of World War 3

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Ogunniyi Abayomi

From a disagreement between the idealist and realist over the struggle of authority, the First World War erupted, likewise the Second World War, followed by the Cold War between America and the now defunct Soviet Union, fighting together against the super power of Europe as allies in spite of the hostile relationship between both states.

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The Saudi war on Yemen enters its third year

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Rupen Savoulian

This month marks two full years since the start of the Saudi-led, US-supported war on Yemen. As this war completes two years, involving a blockade of Yemen and the consequent collapse of the nation’s economy, the prospect of famine is now appearing very real.

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Iraq and Afghanistan memorial to mark 25 years of war

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Hazel Speed

When one walks through Central London it is peppered here or there with one type of monument or another; statues of the famous of former centuries, then of more modern times.

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IDP carnage and the raging sphere of insecurity in Nigeria

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Ogunniyi Abayomi

 

“War is war, the only good human is a dead one”

            George Orwell; Animal Farm.

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Peace or War – Revisiting the Nigerian conundrum

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Madamidola Oladele

Developments in the Nigerian State from the beginning of the 21st century to date have called for serious pondering on my part. So much water has passed under the Nigerian bridge; many events and catastrophes; many takes and mistakes; minor improvements and major setbacks.

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