<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.
Ultimately, bending the rules for the enemy will also affect the American justice system.