Anthony is best known for his pioneering work on the blockbuster Call of Duty video game franchise. In 2010, he wrote and directed Call of Duty: Black Ops, which remains the best-selling video game of all time, grossing almost $2 billion in sales as of 2014. In 2014, Anthony formed Prisoner Six Productions, a Los Angeles-based production company developing both TV and movie projects.
NEWPORT, WALES â€“ NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen today called the Wales Summit â€śone of the most important Summits in the history of our Allianceâ€ť as members grapple with a host of challenges including aggression in Europeâ€™s east and unrest in the Middle East.
In a public address at the Atlantic Council, Tunisian President Mohamed Moncef Marzouki urgently called on the United States and its Western partners to support his countryâ€™s fight against terrorism. He warned that without their help to secure the country in the run-up to elections, terrorists will seek to destabilize the country, and thereby threaten Tunisiaâ€™s transition to democracy.
Marzouki cautioned that without international support against terrorism in Tunisia, â€śyou can say goodbye to democracy in the Arab world for a century.â€ť
Argentina failed to meet its deadline for interest payments on $13 billion of securities bonds due in 2033, resulting in the countryâ€™s second default since 2001. Reaction from Atlantic Council experts:
â€śNearly a decade ago, Argentina and 93 percent of its bondholders agreed to a deal that Argentina has so far respected. The remaining 7 percent are looking to force Argentina into making large payments on bonds they bought for pennies,â€ť said Peter Schechter, director of the Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center. â€śWhile Argentinaâ€™s financial behavior has not been stellar, the vulture funds are now the ones thrusting a stick into the spokes of the international financial communityâ€™s bicycle wheels. Argentina has been making some slow progress; the small group of holdouts is now going to derail that. This will cause serious financial, political and, most importantly, human pain,â€ť said Schechter.