Walk with me through the treacherous path I foresee,
Hold my dreams as I breathe for you and me,
The destination is yet to be,
All I need is you to walk with me. Continue reading
Twesh Mishra attempts to explore into the reasons for the threats that diplomatic agents face in these conflict rigged areas
Diplomacy, the art of portraying dismay with gratitude, the act of resolving supposed conflict or rather the process of ensuring that a preconceived agenda is fulfilled. Such is the perception of international diplomacy in minds of the majority stakeholders in conflict rigged areas.
From Somalia to Burma (Myanmar), Congo to Syria and from Libya to Egypt, the perception of the United Nations is synonymous with an institution which is instrumental in enforcing regime change and is primarily responsible for militarization of their beloved lands. Continue reading
I had a happy childhood. Unlike other children, I never wanted to grow up and become an adult. I was content being a child and having fun without having to worry much about anything. But, I did not experience a blissful childhood, as I was destined to be born in a society where being a girl is smothering, it is more of a curse not just for the family but for the girl herself.
Trust me, we live in a sick world; people who have serious psychological problems. I fail to understand how else can a man get erection looking at a girl who hasn’t even grown breasts yet?
From the ultimately futile conquest for religion to oil in recent times, the Middle East has for long been gripped in continuous conflagrations. Hence intelligible it is that initial steps for world peace need to be ambled from this region for the expedition to succeed. Such a notion seems further elusive in the near future amidst possibilities of Israel disregarding diplomacy and attacking Iran for continuing with its nuclear programme.
Flag of the IAEA
IAEA, the principal UN agency concerned with regulating the use of nuclear technologies to constructive purposes has been widely criticised for failing to dissuade Iran from adopting nuclear weaponry. Continue reading