Category Archives: NileBowie

Conflict in the Congo: Geopolitics of Plunder

January 20, 2013 (excerpt from Nile Bowie’s Congo’s M23 conflict: Rebellion or Resource War?) – It must be recognized that Kagame controls a vastly wealthy and mineral-rich area of eastern Congo – an area that has long been integrated into … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, Congo, NileBowie, Rwanda

War on Syria: Gateway to WWIII

January 5, 2013 (Corbett Report/Global Research) …. The book, “War on Syria: Gateway to WWIII,” can be found, for free in .pdf format, here. For the latest Land Destroyer Report headlines on Syria, see here.  

Posted in corbett report, middle east, NileBowie, Syria

US Attempting Regime Change in Malaysia: Fact or fiction?

­December 27, 2012 (RT – Nile Bowie) – As the South-East Asian nation of Malaysia prepares for general elections, distrust of the political opposition and accusations of foreign interference have been major talking points in the political frequencies emanating from … Continue reading

Posted in Asia, malaysia, NileBowie, RT report

South Korea’s Elections

Hardline Conservatism with a Liberal Smile. December 21, 2012 (Nile Bowie) – The ever-changing political landscapes of the Korean Peninsula never fail to offer stark contrasts. To the north, a somber December is spent mourning the forefathers of the communist … Continue reading

Posted in Asia, Korea, NileBowie, SouthKorea

Malaysia: Victim of America’s “Irregular Warfare” Ops?

2010 US Unconventional Warfare Manual (.pdf) November 21, 2012 (Nile Bowie) – The issue of civil society groups receiving foreign funding has been a major point of discussion in Malaysia during recent times, causing controversy and drawing criticism from activists … Continue reading

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Analysis: Gaza & the Politics of ‘Greater Israel’

IDF announcement designed to provoke. November 17, 2012 (Nile Bowie) – The Israeli bombardment of Gaza being perpetuated under ‘Operation Pillar of Defense’ comes at an interesting time. Under the leadership of Benjamin Netanyahu and Ehud Barak, the expansion of … Continue reading

Posted in Israel, middle east, NileBowie

Understanding China’s Power Transition

 China’s Transition: Towards a Red Revival or Socialist Democracy?    November 17, 2012 (Nile Bowie) – As China’s 18th Communist Party Congress draws to a close, the world’s most populous nation prepares to install the country’s fifth generation of leadership … Continue reading

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