Tag archive for ‘International law’
Louis Rene Beres On Monday, May 14th, 2018

Israel’s Nuclear and Conventional Deterrence

  by Prof. Louis René Beres EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: In the years ahead, Israel could face the growing prospect of WMD terrorism – i.e., attacks involving chemical, biological, or even nuclear weapons. In More...

Louis Rene Beres On Sunday, April 29th, 2018

Where Will It End?

By Louis René Beres “Where will it end? When will it all be lulled back into sleep, and cease, the bloody hatred, the destruction?” -Aeschylus (Oresteia), presenting the ending of Agamemnon Currently, More...

Louis Rene Beres On Monday, April 16th, 2018

The US, Russia, and Syria — What to Worry About Next

By Louis René Beres “Where there were great military actions, there lies whitening now the jawbone of an ass.” – Saint-John Perse (French poet, 1887-1975) More than likely, the recent allied strikes against More...

Louis Rene Beres On Thursday, April 5th, 2018

Donald Trump, Syria and the Prevention of Genocide

By Louis René Beres  President Donald Trump recently announced his intention to get out of Syria, “very soon.” The president’s stated intention here could soon run starkly counter to More...

Louis Rene Beres On Sunday, April 1st, 2018

Truth vs. Slogan in World Law: Disclosing Vital Differences

By Louis René Beres “The martyrs are our children and they are our families. They honor us….” (Mahmoud Abbas, PA President, Speech to PLO Central Council, January 14, 2018) Judging from recent More...


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