A wolf is a wolf, no matter how much you try to tame it.
These returning “soldiers of the holy war” are the biggest threat, because they have passports from the countries in which they were born or raised.
No one fits the description “strong and wrong” more aptly than Donald Trump: His boundless self-confidence makes the presidential candidate appear strong while being wrong about a number of things.
There's a problem with declarations of war like the one President Hollande just uttered. The cost of merciless retaliation quickly ends up on the bill paid for by democracy and the rule of law.
You Europeans and Americans turned the anthill upside down, kicked it with your own boots — so now what do you want?
The West, and the U.S. most of all, created and control Islamic terrorism.
This Friday is the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. America seeks security through isolation. Still, the trauma remains.
Western governments always scream blue murder faced with these facts. However, one should ask oneself if this is because of the death toll, or because of the attack on the capitalist system.
It’s not at all surprising that the White House and the Pentagon are the key players in the fluctuating and contradictory choices being made against the Islamic State group; they represent and convey a country which doesn’t feel the war.