President Trump’s years in office have increased the discord between the U.S. and Europe, and between the U.S. and other countries in the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
How could the American people possibly send Trump to the White House for a second term?
As part of the recently unveiled peace plan in Bahrain, what can Senior White House Adviser Jared Kushner be realistically expected to deliver? Anyone familiar with the intricacies of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict knows full well that staking out a peace plan that only encompasses an economic component will hardly [Read more]
[T]he White House deal favors its ally in Tel Aviv by quashing the legitimate goal of the Palestinian people to take back their country.
The Trump administration appears to believe that Palestinians can be persuaded to trade rights for cash. In fairness, it does not even try to conceal this.
Success is by no means certain, but if he fails – he says pointedly – he doesn’t want to fail the same way as all other efforts toward peace up to now.
[T]here is bad news for those who watch and wait and burn with the hope that Trump’s domestic star will fade.
Similar prior attempts were more viable than Kushner’s political attempt as prior American administrations showed less bias toward Israel in comparison to Trump.
[T]rump was interested in this murder case ... to terrorize the crown prince and exert pressure on the entire Saudi regime in an effort at blackmail.
Another important factor, in addition to the intelligence community’s report, is the enormous resolve of a large part of the American media which is determined to prevent a cover-up of the assassination.