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Why Russian Aid to Syria Angers the US

September 21, 2015 // Komsomolskaya Pravda - Russia - Russian

<i>Instead of coordinating their actions in the war against a common evil, the Americans are mastering the role of spiteful bit players, says our columnist.</i> On Capitol Hill, there is panicked discord. Information, leaked to the American press, indicates that the U.S. president's advisers are squabbling about how [Read more]

The US in the Middle East: Moderates? Terrorists!

April 2, 2015 // Cuba Sí - Cuba - Spanish

Regardless of the fact that Benjamin Netanyahu won the March 17 Israeli election, we must not deceive ourselves: the difference in viewpoint and the obstacles that his government put before President Barack Obama's plan to come to an agreement with Iran on the nuclear problem and to keep conversation open with the [Read more]

The United States Opens Up to Assad: Spring of Diplomacy?

April 1, 2015 // - Italy - Italian

The week starts with the news from the Vatican which, after the massacre of Christians in Pakistan, wants a “fair” war against the perpetrators; and Secretary of State John Kerry, who is willing to negotiate with Bashar al-Assad in Syria while the nuclear treaty with Iran is at its final stage. [Read more]

Of Course, the Dictator Assad No Longer Persona Non Grata

March 23, 2015 // Diário de Notícias - Portugal - Portuguese

It was easy to find reasons to overthrow Bashar al-Assad: The regime killed the opposition, relied on a religious minority for support, and had become a monarchy disguised as a republic. Four years after the start of the rebellion, the United States concedes that it’s necessary to hold talks with the Syrian leader: [Read more]
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