Expand the Iceland Crisis Response Unit (ICRU) In the Face of Imminent War

Iceland’s President Guðni Thorlacius Jóhannesson should take the lead in promoting true peace in global affairs by directing his Ministry for Foreign Affairs to expand its para-military civilian peacekeeping Iceland Crisis Response Unit (ICRU). The extra added personnel would form what is called in defense circles a Prevention Wing of the Military. As standard policy their civilian ICRU personnel would immediately be trained as Invincible Defense Technology (IDT) experts.

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Review of Government Welfare Programs

Pakistan is a developing country with the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) worth 263.69 billion US dollars, according to official data from the World Bank….


A Tip to End Covid-19

With Covid-19 changing our lives, we are doing everything we can but we can’t finish it. It’s only a matter of luck if you…

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Turkey’s Era of Cultural Desiccation

For two decades, Turkey’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) has sat atop Ankara’s political hierarchy, setting priorities from increasing civilian oversight of the military…