his article makes an attempt to list down some of the important factors that could help understand the motive of the aggressors and in turn, help to ease the geopolitical conflict at play in the Eastern European region over the past few decades.
The entire history of war journalism is one of the journalists attempting to gain access to events in order to serve the public interest. The ability of reporters to follow unfolding events has a history as long as war journalism itself.
The ongoing civil war in Yemen has been labeled as the ‘worst humanitarian crisis in the world’ by the EU and characterized by the UN as ‘entirely man-made.’ The Coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) only exacerbated the situation.
As the rhetoric all around us flare up the sentiment for aggressiveness and confrontation, it might at this point of time serve us to remember what war actually does.
‘Why does the other behave that way? Are we wrong on our part?’
‘Nah, it flows in their blood. After all they bow to the crescent-Green flag’
‘All of them are the same. Beasts and oppressors in tri-colour. Nothing else’