The Genocide in Nigeria must end – HRH Sir Patrick Bijou The genocide in Nigeria must end. This is something that we all know, but it is something that we often forget. The world has become so accustomed to violence and death that we no longer see it as newsworthy.
Sir Patrick Bijou joined the Peace Tracts as I believed in the Peace Tracts motto Peace Through Understanding Many conflicts arise out of misconceptions. Sir Patrick Bijou is Chief UK Ambassador and Europe Director-General for World Peace Tracts. Show Source Texts In addition to being an internationally-renowned writer and investment banker,
H.E. Sir Patrick Bijou, implored upon world leaders yesterday calling for peace in Eastern Europe. In his speech, Sir Patrick spoke about the need for all countries in the region to work together to find a solution to the ongoing conflict. He also urged all sides to respect the human
World Peace is the top desire of humanity. World Peace needs all the help it can get; with 1 of 10 people on Earth living in a conflict zone, we need to understand how important peace is. Why world peace is needed There are many reasons why world peace is
“Blessed are the Peacemakers” Recent Developments Al-Shabab continues to conduct attacks both within Somalia and in neighboring Kenya, including a January 15, 2019, attack on an upscale Nairobi hotel complex in which at least twenty-one civilians were killed and hundreds held hostage. The militants also continue to target the Somali state
“Blessed are the Peacemakers” Recent Developments In December 2018, President Donald J. Trump announced a decision to withdraw the roughly two thousand U.S. troops remaining in Syria. On January 16, 2019, an attack in Manbij claimed by the self-proclaimed Islamic State killed at least nineteen people, including four Americans. Prior to that
“Blessed are the Peacemakers” Recent Developments In May 2018, Lebanon held its first parliamentary elections in nine years and Hezbollah—a Shiite political party and militant organization backed by Iran and designated by the United States as a terrorist group—increased its share of seats to 53 percent. Despite elections having taken place months earlier, Lebanese
Recent Developments In early 2018, North and South Korea began a diplomatic rapprochement, and North Korean officials attended the Opening Ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. On April 27, a week after announcing that North Korea would freeze weapons and missile testing, North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un stepped across the
“Blessed are the Peacemakers” Recent Developments Tensions between China and Japan over the contested Senkaku/Diaoyu islands continue to increase as both countries improve their military capabilities, particularly their radar and missile systems, in the region. To avoid accidental clashes at air and sea, China and Japan announced a new crisis communication hotline in
Recent Developments Tensions between China and both the Philippines and Vietnam have recently cooled, even as China increased its military activity in the South China Sea by conducting a series of naval maneuvers and exercises in March and April 2018. Meanwhile, China continues to construct military and industrial outposts on artificial islands it has built in disputed waters.
Recent Developments Tensions between Buddhist and Muslim communities in Myanmar’s Rakhine State have escalated dramatically since late August 2017. A series of attacks by a group of Rohingya militants calling itself the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) on military and police outposts killed more than seventy people, including twelve Burmese security forces
Recent Developments With continued violence in Kashmir and a heightened threat of terrorist activity by Pakistan-based militant groups, tensions and concerns over a serious military confrontation between nuclear-armed neighbors India and Pakistan remain high. In August 2019, following a deployment of tens of thousands of additional troops and paramilitary forces to the