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.
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 [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.
06.05.2012 [Straight.com] - Back in March, the Straight's international-affairs columnist, GwynneDyer, predicted Sarkozy's defeat. During the campaign, Hollande declared that his "true adversary" was the world of finance.
03.05.2012 [Yahoo! News Canada (blog)] - "In Britain two journalists, Atwan and Fisk, and probably others, in America Brian Russ, Simon Hirsh, and Jerry Van Dyke, and others, in Canada Eric Margolis and GwynneDyer." In an email exchange with Yahoo! Canada News, Margolis says he isn't
…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…
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.
04.05.2012 [Toronto Sun] - said GwynneDyer in an telephone interview from London, England. “But what else was (Osama bin Laden) going to do on the 10th anniversary? Have a drink?” Dyer, a columnist and broadcaster, and Eric Margolis, a veteran Middle East …spondent
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.
23.04.2012 [PKKH] - by GwynneDyer In the midst of the Taliban attacks in central Kabul on Sunday last, a journalist called the British embassy for a comment. “I really don't know why they are doing this,” said the exasperated diplomat who answered the phone.
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
04.05.2012 [Canoë] - Le vétéran journaliste et …spondant pour le Moyen-Orient, Eric Margolis et le chroniqueur et animateur GwynneDyer, faisaient partie du groupe de journalistes à qui l'organisation …iste songeait à donner un accès privilégié à la propagande