Musk and his new Twitter team rejigging its revenue model is justifiable. A Wall Street Journal report says Twitter has suffered “a massive drop in revenue” because of advertisers cutting back on using the social-media platform. Continue reading Musk buying Twitter has deeper agenda than profit
By Sudeep SonawaneNovember 5, 2022The world totters on the brink of another costly war in the 21st century. This comes a little more than 103 years after the allies of World War I winners signed the Treaty of Versailles on June 28, 1919.The United Kingdom, France, United States, Italy, Russia, Japan, and Romania comprised the Allies in the 20th century. They defeated the Central Powers … Continue reading Can the world afford the cost and consequences of third world war?
Turkey is a problematic ally for the US and Europe Foundation for Defense of DemocraciesBy Thomas JoscelynWashington, August 4, 2021New US sanctions against Syria aim to restrict cash flow to those committing atrocities in a civil war now almost one decade old.The financial restrictions, announced July 28, by the US Treasury and State Departments target multiple groups in the Syrian War. Nobody has killed and … Continue reading New US sanctions target several groups in the Syrian War
Leaders of Germany’s southwestern state of Baden-Wurttemberg have taken no steps to end their promotion of Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions campaign against Israel. Continue reading Baden-Württemberg companies must end antisemitism and support for Iran