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GWYNNE DYER

Amazing Grace

GWYNNE DYER writes:

Political dynasties tend to thrive mainly in very large democratic countries where name-recognition is a huge asset: think two President Adams, two President Roosevelts, and maybe soon a third President Bush or a second President Clinton in the United States

Comment(s) 12/15/2014

'Global' terrorism

GWYNNE DYER writes:

“We will not be cowed by these sick terrorists,” said British Prime Minister David Cameron after Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) produced a grisly video of the mass beheading of Syrian captives by foreign jihadis who allegedly included British fighters.

Comment(s) 12/9/2014

Artificial intelligence threat

GWYNNE DYER writes:

The experts run the whole gamut from A to B, and they’re practically unanimous: artificial intelligence is going to destroy human civilization

Comment(s) 12/8/2014

Ukraine cock-up

GWYNNE DYER writes:

This is what former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, subsequently driven from office by mass protests in Kyiv, said to German Chancellor Angela Merkel just one year ago, at the start of the crisis

Comment(s) 12/4/2014

Breakthrough on Climate Change

GWYNNE DYER writes:

When news got out that US President Barack Obama and China’s President Xi Jinping had reached an agreement on climate change, the American blogosphere lit up with negative comments.

Comment(s) 11/19/2014

25 Years Later: The Berlin Wall

GWYNNE DYER writes:

In China, the Communists had just massacred the students in Tienanmen Square and won themselves another quarter-century in power.

Comment(s) 11/8/2014

Merkel’s counter-strike

GWYNNE DYER writes:

Merkel is pulling the rug out from under Cameron. For all his tough talk about renegotiating the terms of Britain’s membership in the European Union, she is saying he has no cards in his hand

Comment(s) 11/6/2014

Drowning refugees

GWYNNE DYER writes:

The European Union’s decision-making processes lend new depth to the word “incoherent”, and the current British government’s default mode is nastiness, but they have both outdone themselves this time.

Comment(s) 11/4/2014

Three elections

GWYNNE DYER writes:

Last Sunday was a busy day: three elections, in three different continents, all of them offering at least the hope of better times.

Comment(s) 11/1/2014

Oil: Blind-sided by technology

GWYNNE DYER writes:

“The price of oil will hit its floor and it will rise again,” President Nicolas Maduro assured Venezuelans, whose shaky economy depends critically on a high oil price. “Venezuela will continue with its social plans. Venezuela will move forward.”

Comment(s) 10/29/2014

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