What’s NATO’s role in the world once Afghanistan is over?
In the final installment of his 3 part series on Syria’s humanitarian crisis, Cameron Becker illustrates the dire future Syria’s medical system holds, as today it lies on the verge of collapse.
In part 2 of his three part series on the Syrian humanitarian crisis, non-profit fundraising consultant Cameron Becker illustrates the insidious effects the violence in Syria is having on its children.
In the first installment of his three part series on the Syrian humanitarian crisis, Cameron Becker, non-profit fundraising consultant and guest contributor with the NATO Council, explores the humanitarian cost of Syria’s immense refugee crisis.
The previous weeks have played stage to some of the most dramatic efforts undertaken by the Israeli government thus far to rid the country of the approximately 60,000 African migrants that have entered the country since 2005.
By: Cameron Becker On January 27 2011, inspired by events in Tunisia and Egypt, thousands took to the streets of Sanaa, the capital city of Yemen, in protest of the Yemeni government. Since then, a power struggle between pro and anti-government factions has resulted in violent strife and political instability. The Yemeni government’s violent response Read More…
By: Cameron Becker On April 27th 2011, following a bitter 4-year split, the rival Palestinian factions of Fatah and Hamas signed a reconciliation agreement that sets out parameters for diplomatic participation and an eventual Palestinian election that will include both Hamas and Fatah on the ballot. In 2006, following the unilateral disengagement of the Israeli Read More…