Once again, a great variety of theories on the end of the American empire are turning up.
Through the George W Bush policies on the so-called war on terror, both governments and people were pushed to a position of fear.
Hence the question arises: Isn't it time for all those who expected great things from Obama, based on captivated hopes, illusions and false sugary speech, to engage in self-criticism since experience confirmed the exact opposite?
All U.S. presidential administrations since that of Bush the Father have shown interest in the Palestinian track of the peace process, although the efforts that have been expended during the Obama administration are especially notable because of three factors.
The first is the timing of these efforts, in that the [Read more]
“I'm exhausted of defending you,” said Velma Hart to President Obama, live on television. The helplessness was almost painful to watch.
Politicians as talented as Barack Obama fear neither well-choreographed campaigns, the catcalls of protesters, nor rotten eggs thrown at them, and certainly not the polemics of [Read more]
You should not burn the book, my dear reverend, but instead snuff out this ugly spark in your mind and in mine, and from the consciousness of the entire world.
U.S. foreign policy, especially in the Middle East, is driven not so much by broad national interests as they are by narrow but powerful special interests - interests that seem to prefer war and militarism to peace and international understanding.