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 same secret deals that came to pass between Washington and Tehran in 1979 are just like those happening now, except that this time, they’re happening in Arab nations.
The rest of the people in the world, despite their recognition of American leadership in more than one field, believe that America achieved what it did by plundering and exploiting the wealth of peoples and marginalizing those peoples.
Without a doubt ... American attitudes and policies no longer serve our interests, but threaten them.
After what Obama said, it is no longer acceptable for us to take the position that “we’ve been fooled” by this kind of crafted talk and that we need to consider the matter.
Russia’s participation in the settlement of the Syrian conflict is acquiring a fundamentally new significance. The U.S. monopoly in the Middle East, with an emphasis on the Sunni monarchy, is being challenged.
Iraqi Prime Minister al-Abadi visited the U.S. and held talks with U.S. President Obama. At the press conference following the meeting between al-Abadi and Obama, the American president spoke about the situation in Iraq and the relationship with the Iraqi regime.
Something Obama said was extremely dangerous because [Read more]
<i>At the news of the death of King Abdullah, President Obama shortened his visit to India to fly to Riyadh. This shows the foreign policy priorities of the USA.</i>
When 44 heads of state arrived in Paris to commemorate the victims of the attack at the magazine Charlie Hebdo, the U.S. was represented by its [Read more]