John J. Xenakis

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World View: Iran Officials Order Removal of Anti-American Posters in Tehran

Iranian officials have ordered the removal of unauthorized anti-American posters. The posters referred to the proposed negotiations between Americans and Iranians, and graphically implied that Americans would be dishonest. The implication is that the real American goal in the negotiations is to attack Iran militarily. Oct 28, 2013 1:29 AM PT

World View: Japan, China Exchange Threats as Relations Deteriorate

The dispute between Japan and China over the Senkaku / Diaoyu islands has not been in the news for a few months, but tensions have continued to grow. On Friday, Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that many nations in the region are looking to Japan to counter China's attempt to use military force to change the status quo in Asia Oct 27, 2013 1:39 AM PT

World View: Europe's Roma Gypsies Fear Increased Discrimination over Child Buying Case

For days, European officials have been wondering how to solve a problem like Maria, and they've finally succeeded. Maria is the light-skinned, blond, blue-eyed girl, about 5 years old, living with a Roma Gypsy couple in Greece until last week. That's when authorities decided that the dark-skinned Gypsy couple couldn't possibly be the parents of Maria, and they decided that they must have kidnapped her. Oct 26, 2013 6:47 AM PT

World View: Saudi Arabia Continues Its Break with the United States

Ever since Saudi Arabia's surprise rejection, last Friday, of a prized seat on the United Nations Security Council, Saudi officials have been lambasting the United Nations for its hypocricy, and President Barack Obama in particular for adopting policies inimical to Saudi Arabia. Oct 23, 2013 1:10 AM PT

World View: Israel/Turkey Relations Poisoned Further by Spy Revelation

According to a report by David Ignatius in the Washington Post, at the height of the mutual bitterness over the Mavi Marmara incident, Hakan Fidan, the head of Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization (MIT), transmitted to Iranian intelligence the identities of up to ten Iranians who had been working with Israel's Mossad intelligence agency. Oct 19, 2013 10:22 AM PT

World View: Sicily Declares State of Emergency as African Migrants Flood In

Sicily's governor Rosario Crocetta declared a state of emergency on Tuesday because of difficulty coping with daily arrivals of migrants from Africa and Syria. Calls for action have grown after two tragic shipwrecks last week in which more than 400 Eritrean, Somali and Syrian refugees drowned. Oct 16, 2013 6:31 AM PT

World View: Aetna CEO Predicts Obamacare IT Failures Until 2017

Mark Bertolini, the CEO of insurance company Aetna Inc., has been personally involved in the implementation of Obamacare from the beginning, from both a policy and an IT perspective, and he's always been a supporter of Obamacare. Bertolini was interviewed on CNBC on Monday, and his technical assessment of the Obamacare websites is that they're so bad they won't be fully working until 2017. Oct 15, 2013 7:56 AM PT

World View: HealthCare.gov IT Systems a Continuing Disaster

I had expected Obamacare to collapse for purely economic reasons, just as Nixon's wage-price controls collapsed for economic reasons. But what I hadn't foreseen is that a critical factor in the collapse of Obamacare may well be the IT systems. President Obama is calling them "glitches" that will be repaired soon, but many people are wondering whether they can be repaired. Oct 14, 2013 4:18 PM PT

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