TODAY’S WRITING OF JS
|The veto by China and Russia of a UN Security Council resolution condemning the violence in Syria underscores grave divisions within the international community. It also suggests that changes in global governance must not be limited to economic policymaking|
So the fact that no agreement has been reached on Syria forces us to reflect on the future difficulties that we will face in managing global security.
the UN Security Council has not yet been unable to achieve sufficient consensus to resolve pressing matters such as Syria.
Nobody ever said that the road to stronger global governance would be straight or simple to navigate. But there are no detours: without effective structures of power and a genuine commitment from all players, the future does not look promising for global stability and prosperity.
NEW YORK – To resolve a crisis in which the impossible has become possible, it is necessary to think the unthinkable. So, to resolve Europe’s sovereign-debt crisis, it is now imperative to prepare for the possibility of default and defection from the eurozone by Greece, Portugal, and perhaps Ireland.
Comment by Adamantine:
English Standard Version (©2001)
I considered the horns, and behold, there came up among them another horn, a little one, before which three of the first horns were plucked up by the roots. And behold, in this horn were eyes like the eyes of a man, and a mouth speaking great things.
Just what constitutes speaking great things more than discussing the plans for managing the whole world ?
ARE WE ALSO NEAR A TIME OF THE PLUCKING UP OF THREE HORNS WHICH MAY BE REQUIRED TO SAVE THE EU ?
NOTICE THE FLAG WITH ITS THREE STARS FALLING
IS IT COINCIDENCE THAT OUR SCRIPTURE AND ARTICLES ARE SO CLOSELY LINKED?