It is time for America, and Europe, to learn the lessons of Iraq - or, rather, relearn the lessons of virtually every country that tries to occupy another and determine its future.
Who could have ever predicted a possible association between Baghdad, Kabul and Tbilisi?
It seems that Rices most recent visit will be her last as the Secretary of State, and as she goes so will the Annapolis peace process: a process which typified the expression heavy on process, light on peace.
The Arab world, especially the oil-rich Arabs, has continued to remain unbelievably silent in the face of continued stereotyping and abuse in the wake of the skyrocketing price of gasoline during this long-winded American election campaign.
The burning question, "Will it be Obama or McCain in the White House?" has returned once again as the official selections of the Democratic and Republican nominees for the presidency draw near. In reality, a definitive answer to this question has been pursued for months, both in America and internationally, and the [Read more]
If the next president of the United States echoes the belief of his predecessors that Israel is a nation that broke free from Arab colonization and recovered its occupied lands in the wars of 1948 and 1967, then this is a disaster.