global security

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Are you ready for a global revolution? Widespread social unrest and systemic global insecurity in the wake of the global inflation crisis

The over-layering and overlapping interactions of waves of social disobedience, criminality, and patent discontent give rise to spatially amorphous uncertainties and threats that could bring humanity to a breaking point. We have tried to convey this sense of urgency in this article. If international concerted actions fail to reign in the global inflation and cost of living crisis soon, humanity will be heading to a disaster. Are you ready for a global revolution? Continue reading

Are you ready for a global revolution? A perfect insecurity storm is falling upon us. Yet, governments keep missing opportunities to avert the impending mayhem

We are talking here about a global systemic movement simultaneously affecting many developing and developed nations, and via social media, fast replicating across the world. We are actually getting closer to that scenario. This would be 1968 on steroids and governments, for the first time in this century, will start feeling wary of their own people. Are you ready for a global revolution? Continue reading

The Strange Case of the UK General Election 2015: A State Without a Vision of State Security

The British parliamentary election 2015 offers us an interesting case study about a general election in which state security did not figure as an election issue at all. By now, anyone who has been following this election, whether British or not, should have noted this peculiar phenomenon. This has set a dangerous precedent that we all learn to regret sooner than later. Continue reading

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June 2023