Who knows, maybe in a few years we will again see a video of Hillary Clinton, this time as president of the United States, who, after seeing another photo of a mutilated leader, will say with unreserved satisfaction, "We came, we saw, he died."
What’s happening in Syria and Yemen – the killing of civilians and systematic destruction of both countries’ institutions – is a perfect example of U.S.-Saudi involvement in terrorist acts.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia failed to read what was coming from the West, just like it failed to understand the outcomes of the nuclear negotiations between Iran and the P5+1.* So Riyadh has found itself in the middle of a very complicated equation that is shrouded in foreign and domestic “fog.” At the forefront is [Read more]
Barack Obama is the comedian-in-chief, the president as entertainer. You might think this is all that remains of his era: the transformation of politics into stand-up.
Recently, U.S. President Barack Obama and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton successively admitted their errors in the Middle East, indeed a novel event. They coincidentally share many oddities, and it is difficult not to be suspicious.
On April 21, Hillary publically admitted, “My greatest regret [Read more]
In the duel between Bernie Sanders and the party favorite, both contestants scored points: one with his integrity, the other with her experience.
Extreme isolationism in the United States ... hasn’t had a super spokesperson like Trump in decades.
President Barack Obama recently acknowledged that meddling in Libya was a mistake and that further, it was France and Britain that instigated U.S. support of NATO in this enterprise. In his criticism, Obama specifically targeted British Prime Minister David Cameron, who not only initiated NATO's military invasion of [Read more]
Obama and his possible successor both agree that Europe must take on a greater share of responsibility for the West.