The United States has not succeeded in any of its wars since its war for independence in 1776. There was a stalemate in the Vietnam War (1964-1975), and the U.S. failed to stabilize the Middle East region in the wake of 9/11 with its invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan. The last victory for the U.S. was against Moscow [Read more]
Over the past few months, a sequence of initially unrelated developments began throughout the region which, if connected, will have a determining influence on the situation.
It is no accident that in the wake of this European crisis we are now seeing an increase in diplomatic activity relating to the Syrian conflict.
It is difficult to believe that a homogeneous and compassionate, cosmopolitan and prosperous Europe will emerge out of all of this in the future when new immigrants are arriving at a time in which the extreme right and fascism are on the rise.
The Arab Spring coinciding with the Obama era was a godsend for the people of the Middle East.
The gruesome statistics of women, children and men killed in conflicts that they don’t understand illustrates an unspeakable Arab tragedy.
Although the apocalypse is coming, Obama is deaf.
No constitution, law, or humanitarian consideration can restrain America’s desires and interests, regardless of their grave consequences for the world.
The engine of change has begun in Yemen and will continue to end decades of domination, dictatorship and humiliation of the people and denial of their most basic rights at the hands of kings, sheikhs and princes who have enslaved and humiliated them for a long time.
The U.S. administration spies on tens of millions of Americans and non-Americans.