Climate change is still a divisive topic and some countries are doing better at addressing it than others. China’s economy depends largely on “dirty energy” and their belligerent nature makes them an easy target for pundits to blame. At least one conservative commentator has facetiously suggested military action to curb their emissions. WAR ROOM welcomes back Pete Helzer as he examines why the United States needs to start taking diplomatic and economic steps to address climate change before it becomes an urgent matter that would require military intervention.
Generals always fight the last war. Ever heard this saying? Turns out this adage, dating back to at least 1929, describes not only the famously disastrous French Maginot Line defenses in World War II, but it also refers to the contemporary use of antiquated policies in a rapidly changing world. In applying economic sanctions to […]
Iran is suffering significantly due to increasing inflation and stagnant economic growth because of economic sanctions imposed by the United States. What started as peaceful protests over gas prices in cities across Iran escalated into riots against a broad spectrum of issues in 29 of Iran’s 31 provinces (as of 5 December, 2019). Current estimates […]