Royal Military College

25 Jun 19
Russia News Now

US intelligence: an incoherent story But the claim is challenged by the analysis of another former Naval oficer. According to Dr Gwynne Dyer who has served as a Reserve Naval Officer in the Royal Canadian Naval Reserve, US Naval Reserve, and British Royal Navy Reserve for a total of 17 years, alleged US intelligence about […]

25 Jun 19
OrientalReview.org

The Trump administration has released a range of photographic and video evidence in support of its claim that intelligence proves how Iran attacked a Japanese-owned oil tanker near the Strait of Hormuz. But a Canadian military analyst and former Navy officer for nearly twenty years has called the evidence into question, highlighting unresolved anomalies in […]

25 Jun 19
Centre for the Study of Religion and Conflict at NTU

IMC 2019 Session Session 124 Title Manuscript Rolls: New Digital and Scientific Approaches Date/Time Monday 1 July 2019: 11.15-12.45   Sponsor Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (ANZAMEMS) / Centre for the Study of Religion & Conflict, Nottingham Trent University   Organiser Natasha Ruth Hodgson, School of Arts & Humanities, […]

25 Jun 19
ConspiracyAnalyst.org

Washington’s Blog   Truth Is the First Casualty of War Over two thousand years ago, the Greek writer Aeschylus said: In war, truth is the first casualty. That quote could be read to mean that – once a war starts – then truth goes out the window … In reality, however, wars are often planned […]

25 Jun 19
RoyaltyRobert Blogger and Writer

The intriguing story of fraught relations between the former King Edward VIII and his brother King George VI at the beginning of the Second World War.

25 Jun 19
Maruah Singapore

From Electoral Integrity Project This report provides an assessment of the performance of all 50 states + DC in the 2018 U.S. midterm elections, compared with the 2016 contest. It applies the expert survey methods used since 2012 by the Electoral Integrity Project to measure and compare the quality of contests around the world. The […]

25 Jun 19
Imperial & Global Forum

Stuart Mole University of Exeter If the first casualty of war is truth, the last act of a tyrannical regime is to attempt to expunge all evidence of its crimes. In 1992, with apartheid’s end in sight, South Africa’s President, FW De Klerk, authorised the destruction by the National Intelligence Agency of 44 tonnes of […]

25 Jun 19
Remembrance NI

The day on which a Soviet victory parade is held in Red Square, the Berlin airlift starts, and Korea is invaded