Gwynne Dyer

Gwynne Dyer

The author is a historian and independent journalist

Opinions/Stories

Dealing with two critical converging crisis on planet earth

The AI revolution, by contrast, is not producing nearly enough replacement jobs, but it is making us much wealthier

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Jair Bolsonaro may not be the real culprit of the Amazon fires

There may be more fires than usual this year, and it may even be the fault of Jair Bolsonaro, but that is not still clear.

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Hong Kong protesters have made their point to China

As long as Hong Kong remains economically important to the People’s Republic, they have a chance of succeeding, but they can never expect a decisive victory.

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Few immigrants fit the legal definition of global refugees

Some migrants just want to move on to somewhere with better job opportunities and a higher standard of living
 

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US-Taliban peace talks: The only losers in the settlement will be Afghans

US officials and representatives of the Taliban insurgents have held seven rounds of direct talks since last October, and they are getting close to a deal.

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Mohamed Morsi: An Egyptian chronology of a death foretold

If Morsi had not been overthrown, the biggest Arab country, with one-third of the world’s Arabic-speaking people, would still be a democracy.

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