Milosz Zak examines how the events in the Ukraine have transformed from pro-EU protests into violent anti-government demonstrations.
From a rally outside the House of Lords in London, to a protest in Egypt’s Aswan – Milosz Zak recounts his experiences with the Copts in Morsi-era Egypt.
After the ousting of President Morsi and Canada closing it Embassy in Cairo, Milosz Zak contrasts the current turmoil with his own experiences of the Arab Spring in Egypt.
Milosz Zak looks at the ever growing significance of closed-circuit television in “surveillance societies” and how it has factored into some recent cases of terrorism.
Milosz Zak surveys the many setbacks in European security, aerospace and defense sectors, and global outreach, in light of US disengagement from the European theatre, outdated territorial mentality in strategic industries, and all round budget cuts.
The recent conflict in sub-Saharan Africa represents a “line in the sand” – the international community’s end-point of tolerance for the attempts of Islamic extremists to create something of a pre-2001 Afghanistan in Western Africa.