User Profile: Iman Alzaghari
This user has submitted 17 translations to Watching America.
American analysts are advising Arabs not to focus their relationship with the United States on one person and one party. [Read more]
Trumpism is nothing but a few minor unrelated matters ... loudly pronounced by someone who will not understand tomorrow what he said today. [Read more]
It may be that film has been the most expressive medium through which we’ve learned about the United States. [Read more]
[T]he president intended to convey that someone who graduated from Harvard is considered to be the best learner in the world. [Read more]
[I] Biden wins the Democratic presidential nomination ... it is probably more likely to give Trump a second term.
The president of the United States believes that a trade war ... strengthens his relationship with his main constituency. But ... there are indications of the opposite. [Read more]
Uncle Sam’s political approach in the Trump era, based on "America First," could threaten French hegemony over the Francophone African world. [Read more]
[W]hat guarantee or political protection does the U.S. military presence in Iraq provide? [Read more]
[W]hat is new is the Democratic strategy that maintains that the idea of Trump’s impeachment, even if unsuccessful, would be desirable to restrain him, since his actions have become unpredictable. [Read more]
The president of the United States, Donald Trump, spoke about the protection the United States offers to Saudi Arabia amid the increasing pressure on the U.S. administration to impose sanctions on Riyadh because of its responsibility in the humanitarian crisis in Yemen and in the murder of the Saudi journalist Jamal [Read more]
Both sides must come to solutions that will save them and the rest of the world from dangerous consequences. [Read more]
These days, the United States, and maybe the whole world, is preoccupied with four names, not for their beauty, but rather for a larger issue that is now becoming clear.
The first name is Donald Trump, of course, the second name is Jim Acosta, CNN correspondent, and the third is U.S. District Court Judge Timothy [Read more]
Participation in elections increased from 35 percent in 2016 to 47 percent this year. [Read more]
The Democratic Party may not be able to stop or reverse Trump's policies, but it will certainly limit his ability to pass them, especially domestic ones. [Read more]
The question for us should be what we and the global community are doing for this caravan. [Read more]
The truth is that Donald Trump interacts with the world as though he were leading a big company. [Read more]