• Shitje Fluturuese të armëve pas sulmeve në Paris

    Tashmë këtë mëngjes, ashtu siç Aaron Cantú, kishte vënë re, rezervat e prodhuesve kryesorë të armëve - të cilat zakonisht janë të referuara si "industritë e mbrojtjes", - kanë kaluar numrin e shitjeve ditore:...
  • This is How AK-47s Get to Paris

    The French government and the European Union know they have a foreign gun problem. But as the chain of attacks illustrates, efforts to tamp down on the flow of weapons have, so far, failed to disarm terrorists — David Axe...
  • French government will not sign TTIP agreement in 2015

    The European Commission may have changed its view over including investment arbitration in the EU-US trade agreement TTIP, a move that would be a wish-come-true for Economic Affairs Minister Sigmar Gabriel and others, who fear the measure could lead to companies influencing government policy. EurActiv Germany reports....
  • Paris Attacks: What We Know and Don’t Know

    The Islamic State claimed the attacks were a response to France’s campaign against its fighters and insults against Islam’s prophet. The group warned that France would remain one of its top targets — The New York Times...
  • Paris Attacks Highlight Western Vulnerability, And Our Selective Grief And Outrage

    The sad reality is that these attacks will increase. You can’t stop five or eight people with a gun and a twisted ideology, just as you can’t stop an American or Australian military with a commercial, strategic and political interest in slaughter. — Chris Graham...
  • Sarkozy accused of accepting millions from Gaddafi in '07

    Damaging claims have emerged about the funding of President Nicolas Sarkozy’s 2007 election campaign and his links with the former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. The French investigative website Mediapart claims to have seen a confidential note suggesting Gaddafi contributed up to €50 million to Mr Sarkozy’s election fund five...