The U.S. is not focused on reality. Instead it is driven by, and even restricted by, its own concepts.
If nuclear development in the Korean Peninsula is a spreading wildfire, North Korea is adding firewood while America is fanning the flame.
Washington has yet to work out a long-term strategy concerning Russia, or more precisely, concerning Putin's regime in its new version.
Secretary John Kerry did not invoke Zoroaster, Emerson or even Whitman when he stated repeatedly on behalf of the State Department that Tel Aviv’s security is U.S. security. The U.S. continues to perpetuate the 1948 political earthquake that hit the eastern Mediterranean.
Palestinians had awaited what Kerry would [Read more]
Despite the United States' strategic withdrawal, its goal of maintaining hegemony in the Middle East has not changed.
The downing of the Russian airplane by Turkish fighter jets was not an incident that came about through chance, but because [Russian] pilots violated Turkey's aerial space and did not leave despite the warnings. All the evidence and all the indications lead to the conclusion that this was an extreme, provocative act by [Read more]
The United States’ military engagement seems caught between two opposing pressures. The first is to reduce its military involvement, while the second calls for an increase.
Boom! The Pre-COP 21 (Pre-Conference of Parties 21), in which some 70 officials from around the world met in Paris, has just concluded on a positive note rather than with the resounding cackle which has already been heard. The latter issued from U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday. The agreement, which will [Read more]