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Global Reorganisation with Dangerous Conflict Areas

Antonia RadosThe so-called constantly “breaking news" seem to be exactly the same/no different:  the UN and Europe are struggling, democracies are proving unstable, autocratic structures are re-establishing themselves. In addition the military conflict areas in the “Middle East” and the “Korean peninsula” pose potentially a high risk globally.

Dr. Antonia Rados is one of the most popular foreign correspondents on German television. She received international acclaim and prestigious awards for her coverage of a variety of hotspots worldwide, in particular for the coverage of the 2003 Iraq war. Since 1978 she has worked as a foreign correspondent for various television channels and accompanied numerous missions as a special correspondent.

In her vivid presentations at national and international forums, Dr. Rados describes daily life as a journalist reporting from the most dangerous regions in the world; often whilst risking her own life.

Being frequently in the spotlight as a critical journalist and highly committed war correspondent, who is often in the eye of the storm or in situations determined by risk, fear and courage from different cultures, Dr. Rados reports on the global upheaval and their effects especially on Europe. 

To get a genuine and full understanding of the context and to avoid any prejudice/resentments, it is vital to go to these regions. It is equally important to speak to leaders such as the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Libyan Revolutionary Leader Muammar al-Gaddafir as well as the military, citizens and religious representatives because a crisis is the result of long periods of mistrust and insincere exchange.

In order for conflicts not to become unsolvable or escalate/culminate, it is evident that political silence is not a solution but instead trust must be build. One example is: Syria where civil war began in 2011 and has now turned into a humanitarian and refugee crisis. Syria is only one chapter. 

Dr. Rados defines the "Middle East" as an ever-important territory – it is about resources and the passage into the "Far East" or according to the proposed development strategy of the Chinese Government the “One road, one belt” which has always been a historic economic route through the "Middle East" to Europe.  The belligerent conflict in the "Middle East" rips open century old ditches, creates vacuums which strengthens radical ideas, threatens global prosperity and ultimately foils any form of political approach.

According to Dr. Antonia Rados, we are currently in a process of re-organisation which creates regional conflict areas. She also believes because the conflicts were caused by humans they have the power to either change or ignore them.

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