Profile of Gwynne Dyer

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  • Ebola: the economics of infection

    It could get much worse. If Ebola successfully made the jump to a more prosperous, densely populated country like Nigeria, whose citizens travel ...

  • Who needs feminism?

    Based on that definition, the current viral rant about cats and girls not needing feminism and the subsequent backlash to counter that position ...

  • The legacy of the First World War

    Very few people thought that war was a bad thing in 1914. Losing a war could be a bad thing, but the obvious solution to that problem was to be ...

  • Gaza: a little context

    Hamas would be quite willing to give up firing its pathetic rockets —which have so far killed a grand total of three civilians in Israel — if ...

  • U.S. spies in Germany spell the end of trust

    After the most recent revelations about American spying in Germany, there was considerable speculation among members of the Bundestag ...

  • How things will unfold in Ukraine

    Newly elected Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said cautiously that this could be “the beginning of the turning point in the fight against ...

  • Hong Kong says yes to democracy

    Clearly, some important people in the Communist regime are very unhappy about the “civil referendum” on democracy that has just ended in Hong ...

  • Trouble brewing in Thailand

    It’s just over a month since the Thai army overthrew Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and took control of the country. The elected government, ...

  • The young war criminal speaks

    In a 3,000-word essay on his website, Tony Blair wrote about last week’s conquest of almost half Iraq’s territory by the fanatical fighters of ...

  • There can be redemption, even in Kosovo

    The name of Hashim Thaci, then prime minister of Kosovo and former leader of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), was mentioned 27 times in 27 ...