09.05.2012 [Straight.com] - By GwynneDyer, May 9, 2012 Last year, Germany's chancellor, Angela Merkel, warned: “Nobody should believe that another half-century of peace in Europe is a given. If the euro collapses, Europe collapses. That can't happen.
07.05.2012 [New Zealand Herald] - By GwynneDyer Osama bin Laden, whose driving objective was to stir up anti-Western sentiment, would have been profoundly disappointed by the democratic focus of the Arab Spring. Photo / AP I wanted you to be the first to know.
07.05.2012 [Bangor Daily News] - By GwynneDyer, Special to the BDN The Oslo Accords, signed in 1993, were supposed to lead, through a “peace process,” to the final solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: two sovereign states living side by side in peace.
04.05.2012 [Manawatu Standard] - Of the three, the least objectionable to all involved would be the two-state solution. Which is already dead in terms of Israeli domestic politics. * GwynneDyer is a London-based independent journalist whose articles are published in 45 countries.
11.05.2012 [AllAfrica.com] - ... is that we all dealt in analysis, not mere invective. Oh, and I'm pretty sure I know where he was seeing my stuff. Dawn, the leading paper in Pakistan, has run this column for the last 30 years. GwynneDyer is a London-based independent journalist.
29.04.2012 [Korea Times] - By GwynneDyer “My true adversary does not have a name, a face or a party,” said Francois Hollande, France's next president. “He never puts forth his candidacy, but nevertheless he governs. My true adversary is the world of finance.
15.04.2012 [Korea Times] - By GwynneDyer International human rights campaigner and occasional actor Sean Penn, whose well-deserved Nobel Peace Prize continues to be delayed for mysterious reasons, was the first famous foreigner to lend his support to the cause.
27.04.2012 [Tico Times] - This dystopian vision, outlined in GwynneDyer's 2007 bestselling book “Climate Wars,” is still fiction – but experts meeting in Washington warn of a grim future indeed for Central America unless the region quickly adapts to the realities of a warming
…rsh [Seymour Hersh?] and Jerry [possibly Matthew?] Van Dyke and others, in Canada Eric Margolis and GwynneDyer. In Europe, the Norwegian journalist who spent some time with the students in Kroner and…