The American president firmly believes that Asia will be more important for the future of the world and the U.S. than the region between the Nile and the Euphrates.
On very rare occasions are we able to cast a blind eye toward some of Obama’s stances. But if I manage to set aside his position toward Arab cases, especially the Palestinian one, then I can say that I am an avid fan of him, and until this very moment, I wasn’t able to harbor any feelings of oppression and hatred [Read more]
Internet meetings between teens, some of them refugees in Jordan, the others in a poor neighborhood in Los Angeles. Created by a nongovernmental organization, these remote exchanges allow these young people to get to know each other.
At the Mahata Community Center in Amman, it's the big day. In this activity center, [Read more]
There is also the fact that educational volunteerism not only provides a chance for equal education in remote and less fortunate areas, but also strengthens the national structure in its widest sense.
The nuclear agreement between the P5+1 nations and Iran can be considered successful and impressive for American politics and diplomacy in general, and for the Obama administration in particular. America and Europe's effort, their time and determination to complete an agreement on the Iranian nuclear program show that [Read more]
Kaplan believes that the current bloody conflicts in the Middle East are the result of the post-imperialism period
The angry Russian reaction, and warnings regarding what some American media outlets — close as ever to decision-making circles — leaked concerning Washington’s intention to deploy ballistic missiles to Europe, reveal that the world is approaching a phase of tension. How far this will reach is difficult to [Read more]
The outcome is far from the intended consequence of the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, but nonetheless must be traced back there directly.