Discover What the World Thinks of U.S.


The Mentality of Our Opponents

August 27, 2015 // Izvestia - Russia - Russian

I suggest we begin with a metaphor. The United States resembles a chess player playing on multiple chessboards simultaneously. One of the chessboards is Afghanistan, another, Iraq, one more chessboard is Serbia, the next one is Syria, and another here is the Ukrainian chessboard. The buff chess player comes up to [Read more]

Israeli-US-Arab Excitement over Gaza

June 14, 2015 // Al-Rai - Kuwait - Arabic

While U.S. forces launched an attack with planes and air raids against the Islamic State terrorist group on behalf of the coalition, the Israeli media remembered that four nonterrorist rockets had dropped near the settlements of Sderot and Ashkelon, close to the borders of the Gaza Strip. The Israeli media then held [Read more]

Another Crime

April 14, 2015 // Al-Watan - Oman - Arabic

There are a thousand and one windows into memory and the preservation of those full of pain, and agony does not fade away. For Iraqi society, memory abounds with events of American heroes, and whatever the event, some tried to replace it with another as an attempt to cover up what happened in one detail or another. It [Read more]

Why Is Bibi Challenging Obama?

March 17, 2015 // Al-Rai Al-Aam - Kuwait - Arabic

What we are currently watching is a battle between two men, each of whom believes that he will leave his name in the annals of history. There is Barack Obama, who has nothing left before him except to reach toward an agreement with Iran in order for history to remember him. Then there is Benjamin Netanyahu, or [Read more]

Bush's Dog

May 29, 2014 // Al-Rai - Kuwait - Arabic

What's important is that Bush loved his dog Barnie, long considered him his good friend and, most importantly, never talked about politics with him. Perhaps Barnie never discussed politics so as to avoid dying at an early age.
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