Washington did not open its doors for His Majesty King Abdullah II only to listen to his consultations regarding the priorities of the region and how to deal with its issues, and to affirm its political and economic support for the kingdom, for the sole reason that Jordan plays an influential role in the current [Read more]
Imagine if such a significant report containing this amount of criticism, a report discussing the torture of prisoners and detainees considered enemies, was published by an Arab parliament!
The significant and historical message forwarded by President Barack Obama to the spiritual leader of the Iranian revolution, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, stands as a significant indicator of the fundamental changes that are taking place in the restructuring of the coalitions and interests in the Middle East, which in the [Read more]
King Abdullah II's current visit to Washington begins a cooperation between the two countries, and reaches a peak as Jordan joins other Arab nations in a Washington-led international coalition against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. Discussion between the king and high ranking members of the U.S. administration [Read more]
Whereas discussions have recently intensified about the possibility of a ground intervention against the Islamic State, military experts believe that the airstrikes that have been staged by the U.S.-led international coalition for more than two months are likely to surround the Islamic State group and stall its [Read more]
It is difficult to count the daily statements made by the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Obama, Pentagon officials and the spokesmen of the administration, with all its branches, in addition to the statements made by Secretary of State Kerry on the issue in Syria. This doesn’t reflect the state of confusion [Read more]
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]