Four weeks to the vote. One of the determining factors could be the president's growing unpopularity.
The next anti-terror war with no clear political agenda has already begun. It won't be the last.
Obama needs to go further than military containment to destroy the Islamic State.
A positive outlook already prevails in the Levant, nor are there any major doubts about the favorable electoral impact this war will have on the Democratic ranks.
The cities saw large banners, heard shouts and lectures, all as a part of a mass demand directed at the most important leaders of the planet.
The Red Sea and Persian Gulf mark the beginning of a new warlike adventure for the United States. The undertaking has two objectives in sight—the Islamic State and Khorasan, a terrorist group formed by former al-Qaida members—and the justification, according to what Barack Obama said yesterday before the U.N. [Read more]
Attorney General Eric Holder has called the U.S. “a nation of cowards.” As attorney general, he fought against racism. Now he is resigning — and Obama has to choose a successor for a man whom black America trusts.
Now, there's some advice inspired by realpolitik rather than do-gooders.
President Obama is sending 3,000 U.S. troops to West Africa in order to help in curbing the Ebola virus epidemic. Finally, we have the answer that is adequate to the scale of the catastrophe, said Doctors Without Borders.
Americans have been criticized by international humanitarian organizations and by the [Read more]
U.S. President Barack Obama’s solemn declaration of war against the Islamic State, as well as being pathetic, provides clear evidence of the Western political elite’s growing cynicism. The commander-in-chief of the world’s most important military power and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize declared war on another [Read more]