<i>Military expert Joseph Linder talks about why the anti-Russian rhetoric of Washington became an obstacle in the real fight against terrorism.</i>
The recent Manhattan terrorist incident, in which eight people died, according to the latest information, once again confirms that even the most serious security [Read more]
<i>One of the bloodiest incidents in modern American history occurred in Las Vegas on Oct. 2. Stephen Paddock, a senior citizen from Nevada, rained fire on a country music festival, killing 59 people. In this article, we look at how this nightmare in Las Vegas will backfire on Donald Trump's domestic and foreign [Read more]
The West’s anti-terrorist actions have resulted in terrorism becoming more globalized, the refugee crises becoming globalized and increasingly intense power struggles.
Perhaps the time has come to understand that we have gone too far, breaching the balance between private interest and public security.
The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives both delivered a high-profile rebuke by a margin of over two-thirds of Obama’s veto regarding the law that would allow 9/11 victims and their families to sue countries that supported and financed the terrorists. Although the law does not name a particular country, it is [Read more]
If the lowering of international oil prices has explosive effects on the Saudi economy, the bill under discussion will prove even more disastrous for Saudi Arabia.
Current cost to public funds of these operations: U.S. $8.4 billion. And with what results?
Thanks to 9/11, we know more about the world, but mainly about ourselves.