Saudi Arabia seduces a president in trouble with contracts and compliments.
Apparently America is good at fighting a little here and a little there, without aims or goals.
The unpredictability with which America is acting abroad is troubling, especially because it gives the impression that, right now in the White House, there is very little geopolitical strategy and a rather large dose of frivolity. The launch on Afghanistan of the most powerful non-nuclear bomb in the American arsenal [Read more]
We should all be ashamed that the war in Syria is still going on.
The U.S. raid has shifted attention to the Syrian regime. There is a suspicion that all main players may be involved in a secret plan to reduce Bashar Assad’s power. Hopefully, they will have clear ideas on the (inevitable) partition of Syria, so that the country’s future will not be a tragic adventure like the [Read more]
Trump looks like a person who is absolutely incapable of carrying anything through to its conclusion.
On March 12 in Damascus, Syrian President Bashar Assad pointed out during talks with a delegation visiting the city from the European Parliament that some European countries’ wrongful policies toward Syria have led to the spread of terrorism within it.
According to news from the Syrian Arab News Agency, the head [Read more]
The word that defines George W. Bush’s era is neocon.* Neocons were those who believed in America’s projection of power in a world where the dichotomy of good and evil was clear, based on the neocons’ conservative values. To them, Iraq, Iran and North Korea were the “Axis of Evil,” and they pressed ahead with [Read more]