Interview with James Bowden
Guest Contributor for In Homeland Security

This podcast seeks to uncover the history behind Kuwait’s bifurcation of its economy between native Kuwaitis and foreign workers in Kuwait on a long term basis. It also argues that Kuwait may be headed for potential disaster in the economy once exploitation of its oil resources comes to a close. However, because of the bifurcation process, the economic hardship could be more catastrophic due to in-experience of native Kuwaitis and their readiness to take over service sector industries; for which there is no guarantee of foreign workers.

By Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

A likely scenario for another Russian occupation might include the pretext to humanitarian intervention on behalf of besieged territories now held by pro-Russian separatists.

NATO said that “Russia has amassed around 20,000 combat-ready troops on Ukraine’s eastern border.”

By June, NATO saw Russian troop presence along the border numbered at only 1,000, which was down from 40,000 troops earlier in the year.