09.05.2012 [Straight.com] - By Gwynne Dyer, 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 Gwynne Dyer 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 Gwynne Dyer, 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. * Gwynne Dyer is a London-based independent journalist whose articles are published in 45 countries.
29.04.2012 [Korea Times] - By Gwynne Dyer “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 Gwynne Dyer 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 Gwynne Dyer'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 Gwynne Dyer. In Europe, the Norwegian journalist who spent some time with the students in Kroner and…
Gwynne Dyer, Japan Times "My true adversary does not have a name, a face or a party," said Francois Hollande, Frances next president. "He never puts forth his candidacy, but nevertheless he governs. M…