Attention is directed toward Riyadh, Abu Dhabi and Manama* which may be intensifying steps that could lead to an increase in sanctions aimed at boycotting Qatar economically and strangling it politically.
Qatar, accused by Saudi Arabia and its allies of supporting terrorism, implicitly refused its neighbors’ [Read more]
The president, in coordination with Congress, is the commander in chief and has the final say in times of peace and war.
“I am doing my best for you” is the impression Trump gives to his domestic supporters, not the world. That is his style of diplomacy.
A poll conducted by the Pew Research Center, which interviewed people in 37 countries, revealed that the popularity of U.S. President Donald Trump outside the U.S. is not particularly high except for Russia and Israel who believed that he is doing better than his predecessor Barack Obama.
More than 40 thousand people [Read more]
In the past, the United States has used accusation of such activity as conducting terrorist activities or the possession of weapons of mass destruction as an excuse to launch military campaigns against certain Muslim countries in an effort to interfere in their affairs and usurp their resources. Now, once again, the [Read more]
The Taliban proposal for talks with the U.S. is a welcome gesture.
<i>Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton finally confirmed in recent days that which Donald Trump has spoken of openly for months and what Americans have been thinking for years. The official allies of the U.S. – Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar – support and finance various terrorist and extremist [Read more]
The United States’ military engagement seems caught between two opposing pressures. The first is to reduce its military involvement, while the second calls for an increase.