The Greek bailout is the latest exercise in a geopolitical ploy to expand European business interests and reinforce North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) doctrine.
We haven’t had much of a summer in my little corner of the North Atlantic. Though many parts of America are scorching this year, and many areas of Europe are sweltering, I think we’ve only broken the 60 degrees F mark once… and I was on a train to Dublin that day. The past couple of weeks have [...]
Surfrider’s Cape Fear Chapter helped pass a resolution in Wilmington, North Carolina against proposed offshore drilling off the Atlantic coast.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) will hold an emergency ambassadorial-level meeting following a request by Turkey.
Last month I wrote about a story in The Atlantic by former Bismarck Tribune reporter Mara Van Ells headlined “A North Dakota Oil Boom Goes Bust.” I thought the article was inaccurate and unfortunate, and I wasn’t the only one. “It’s a great example of a ‘journalist’ writing the story she wanted to tell instead of the story...
Canadian data analytics software firm GeoDigital International has picked Atlanta for its North American headquarters. Ontario, Canada-based GeoDigital will bring 50 high tech jobs to Atlanta as part of the relocation to Midtown’s Atlantic Station. GeoDigital’s technology is used by autonomous, or self-driving, vehicle industry. Show More Summary
When Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg defended their world titles on the same night on opposite sides of the North Atlantic Ocean, it was expected one would win quickly while the other would be pushed all the way. Those predictions came...Show More Summary
Katharine, one of the world’s most famous sharks, has turned away from the North Carolina coast and headed for the middle of the Atlantic, as she continues to be notably absent from Cape Cod, where a number of other great whites have begun congregating for the summer. Show More Summary
Photos by David Yellen Something monstrous was about to happen. You could feel it coming. Boats were out trying to drag enormous sharks from the deep. A crowd waited, eager to see the apex predators that swim in the North Atlantic hung up back at the dock. Show More Summary
Somewhere out in the North Atlantic, every hour of the day, every day of the year, a lone submarine glides through the ocean with no real destination. Since 1969, one of the four boats of the UK’s Continuous At-Sea Submarine Deterrent has always been on patrol. Show More Summary
David Graham for the Atlantic. … Continue reading ?
But first a word bout Chan-Hom. That typhoon messed with China but not as badly as originally feared, because the storm turned to the east a bit. Now, Chan-Hom is heading for North Korea where it will come ashore as a wet tropical storm. I would not be surprised if more bad stuff happened there…
Researchers with the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy have spotted and filmed two new great whites off the coast of Chatham, as warming waters bring the predators to Cape Cod for their annual summer residency. The two white sharks were spotted off an area of Chatham known as the North Cut, according to CBS Boston. Show More Summary
Between March and October 2011, a coalition of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) member states and several partner nations waged a war against Muammar Qaddafi’s Libyan regime that stemmed and then reversed the tide of Libya’s civil war, preventing Qaddafi […]
North Atlantic Drilling has been awarded a contract extension for the semi-submersible rig West Phoenix by Total E&P UK Limited. The contract
Assassin’s Creed Rogue didn’t stand a chance when it met an AC obsessive like me. All three game maps cleared after some 36 hours spent playing on my PS3. If you’re wondering about that boat in the lower left of the North Atlantic, I got that too: Read more...
Four years ago, I sat down with Virgin Atlantic SVP of North America, Chris Rossi during Brit Week, to talk... Read More
The United States' war with Iraq and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) mission in Libya have helped to fuel the migrant crisis currently engulfing Europe, a senior French lawmaker told Sputnik on Tuesday.
Every summer, the population of algae in the North Atlantic reaches a peak, with the blue-green color of the phytoplankton causing the ocean to visibly change, even from space. Read more...
A "draconian" new law in the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic could see Farose citizens, tourists and conservationists face up to two years in prison if they fail to report sightings of migrating whales and dolphins to the Faroese...Show More Summary