This U.S. position cannot be described as anything other than surprising and puzzling, and it sums up Washington’s blundering vision for our region observed over the last seven years.
Extreme isolationism in the United States ... hasn’t had a super spokesperson like Trump in decades.
The truth of how much we owe the United States shames us [Europeans] so deeply that we can only condemn and blame them for everything.
It can be said that every color revolution is a piece on the chessboard of America’s greater scheme to obtain global hegemony.
Russia’s participation in the settlement of the Syrian conflict is acquiring a fundamentally new significance. The U.S. monopoly in the Middle East, with an emphasis on the Sunni monarchy, is being challenged.
Last week, I read an article I enjoyed by the American writer Thomas Friedman, about which Middle East the next American president will encounter. Before that, an Arab friend and scholar of international affairs in the United States gave me his opinion on my last article for Asharq al-Awsat on the legacy of Henry [Read more]
When it comes to its friends, the United States is fickle.