Egypt and Tunisia are only the beginning of America's big game, says a prominent political analyst.
U.S. cables show that Osama bin Laden was known to intelligence services quite early on. A relative, among others, gave detailed reports.
The banker from Saudi Arabia had been a guest of the U.S. embassy in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, many times. In 1993, when he was once again talking to the diplomats, he [Read more]
The suburb is the heart of America, but its meaning is the exact opposite of what we would call a suburb. In America, the movement is made up of the heart of the cities to the suburb during Americans’ social progression. Each dreams of their home in the suburbs. In the television series “Friends,” don't Monica [Read more]
We do not exaggerate if we say that the CIA is the most important American agency for foreign intelligence, and America has the right (or so they brag) to get information on what is happening in these areas, without forgetting the role played by the Agency in wars against other countries that America has rushed into. [Read more]
Machiavelli could never have imagined this.
In fact, the three reasons given for attacking Baghdad were unfounded.
... Western democracies tried to gain access to the oil resources under his control, to put a stop to the immigration to Europe, and to reinforce the fight against Islamism ...
Demonstrations of thousands continue in support of public employee unions’ rights in a number of U.S. states, including Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio and others. The demonstrators disapprove of the attempt by Republicans that have control in these states to shift the burden of American anti-crisis measures onto public [Read more]