[W]ashington is more inclined toward the arrogance of power and issuing political dictates.
In the eyes of Washington’s allies, the biggest problem is the lack of any clear political agenda by the Trump administration in Syria.
Tehran is not prepared to end its military presence in various countries in the region regardless of the threats waged by the US and Israel.
The Americans are an active participant in a festival of killing and destruction in Syria.
The problem in Syria is the absence of international consensus on a political solution.
One can’t discuss regional cooperation if the Palestinian-Israeli conflict file is neglected.
It is certainly clear that during his recent visit to Amman and Cairo, Vice President Mike Pence sought to reaffirm the strong partnership and ties among the United States’ historical allies in the region. He also sought to alleviate the justifiable fears which have been a natural reaction to President Donald [Read more]
Arab procrastination, leniency and ambiguity are behind the failure to create consistent and permanent opposition to the American decision.
The Trump administration is committing a great folly in its decision to withdraw from UNESCO to show solidarity with the Israeli occupation.
The world as we know it has grown accustomed to a certain type of president who engages in campaigns against presidents from other parties; they walk behind their predecessors carrying an eraser to erase or adjust what has been accomplished so far. Trump might be one of them. He is following Obama’s path with an [Read more]