If only U.S. President George W. Bush had mistaken the Middle East for Africa we might all be a lot happier and more secure.
Each time an American elections starts, the Arabic political mind raises the same question: Which is better? –The Democratic Party or the Republican? And which will support more or less the interests of the region?... However, a careful examination suggests that there are no radical differences between the positions [Read more]
According to the ethical standards that are associated with the position of executive, especially, the head of the one superpower, promises should be credible and honest and actions should be biased toward justice and international legitimacy. If these qualities are the duty of all presidents, they are surely the duty [Read more]
Amid unprecedented security measures began President George W. Bush's week-long tour in the Middle East, which was launched yesterday with a visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories. This visit was followed with visits to Kuwait, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. His tour will conclude with a [Read more]
The dominance of U.S. power is part of its weakness, which is why the American Empire's collapse bears a direct resemblance to the fall of the Roman Empire. With the arrival of new centers of power on the global scene, the countdown to the end of America's global hegemony has begun. Sudden and dramatic changes threaten [Read more]