Gwynne Dyer

Gwynne Dyer has worked as a journalist, broadcaster and lecturer on international affairs for more than 20 years; his articles are published in 45 countries. His book, “Climate Wars,” deals with the geopolitical implications of climate change and has been translated into Japanese, French, Russian, Chinese and a number of other languages.

For Gwynne Dyer's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:

The EU's displacement activity

Apr 28, 2015

The EU's displacement activity

EU leaders are torn between seeing innocent people die, and a determination that millions of those innocent people cannot be allowed to come live in their countries.

Nigeria's rocky road forward

Apr 5, 2015

Nigeria's rocky road forward

Even if President-elect Muhammadu Buhari cracks down on Nigeria's endemic corruption, the country's stability and prosperity will continue to be threatened by overpopulation, sectarian violence and falling oil prices.

Another civil war in Yemen

Mar 27, 2015

Another civil war in Yemen

There has not been a 25-year period since the seventh century when there was not a civil war of one sort or another in Yemen. But the one this time is frightening the neighbors.

Netanyahu plays the security card

Mar 6, 2015

Netanyahu plays the security card

Israelis really don't need proof that the Iranians are actually working on nuclear weapons. Their anxiety on the issue is so deeply rooted that it resists all the reassurances by Israel's own military and intelligence communities that Iran is not working on such weapons.