The achievement of "a historic peace" between the Israelis and Palestinians was the main objective of the mission launched by the U.S. Secretary of State ever since he took office. The wish to achieve peace coincided with a clear U.S. escalation regarding the establishment of a political solution in Syria. Today, the [Read more]
When chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey opened the doors to a more voluptuous U.S. role in Iraq by affirming that one day the USA will think about sending ground troops to fight against the Islamic State in Iraq, he affirmed that the volume of the boots on the ground would be rather modest. [Read more]
Success in Iraq, even if possible, requires years of work. As for Syria, it is most likely that international forces will leave it to face an unknown destiny.
Over the last few days, coalition planes have shelled Islamic State targets. At the same time, the American administration and its intelligence apparatus have issued statements pointing to the origin of this organization and those supporting its expansion and proliferation in the past.
Naturally, the busy world in [Read more]
Just like a husband who has been betrayed, President Barack Obama has finally announced that the CIA underestimated the threat posed by the Islamic State in Syria. Obama's speech came the day after the launching of the international coalition strikes on Islamic State sites in Syria a few days ago, to justify the war to [Read more]
It did not dawn on the ambassador’s attackers to ask themselves this question: Is it possible for a newly appointed diplomat to declare such provocative and inaccurate comments in public?
'The clash of civilizations' became very complex: the West against Muslims, Muslims against Muslims, Sunnis against Shiites and Sunnis against Sunnis. The result: No one is safe.
The true disaster for the region is that the United States does not want to change its stripes ... What used to be good for the United States and its strategic ally, the Israeli occupying entity, is no longer good today.
What happened to American journalist Diana Magnay, CNN’s correspondent covering the Israeli attack on Gaza, is evidence of the Western media’s bias and the refusal of those in charge to deal with the Palestinian issue with impartiality and objectivity.
The United States proposed the solution it deems appropriate for the crisis in Iraq. Its request was clear: Iraq must quickly form a national unity government that incorporates more sides of Iraqi politics, especially the Sunnis and Kurds, and relinquishes the Nouri al-Maliki government’s ill-advised policies. [Read more]