Seeing as Trump is no longer the worst, there’s a good reason to ease off the supervision and to listen to less of him.
<i>This forgotten war kills about 3,000 civilians and 10,000 Taliban fighters each year.</i>
A black hole, a dead end, but, above all, a forgotten war — that is the conflict in Afghanistan today. A war that leaves an average of 3,000 civilians and 10,000 Taliban fighters dead each year. On the side of the U.S. led [Read more]
The secret is out. The American-British invasion of Iraq in 2003 was a deliberate attempt to destroy Iraq and prepare a new path for the Middle East.
It would be terrible, but probably not as bad as we hear.
Even a conference would be no more than recognition of a sense of bitterness — I tried, but I failed.
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]
The elections of 2016 could mean confrontation between two dynasties, the Bushes and the Clintons.
This Tuesday, The New York Times is repeating a former practice of the American government that is truly embarrassing. Then Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, now on track for the presidential election, used a private email address to discuss diplomatic issues, based on evidence from sources coming from the [Read more]
The United States is becoming a country of political dynasties. With the appearance in the presidential campaign of the first “candidate to be a candidate” — ex-governor of Florida Republican Jeb Bush – experts are predicting a duel against former first lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the event [Read more]
Torture, secret prisons, kidnapping: The U.S. Senate wants to release previously secret reports about the CIA under George W. Bush. The action is controversial, there are security concerns, yet it is urgently required.