A meeting of the U.S.-Morocco Strategic Dialogue working group was convened on Wednesday in Washington at the initiative of Morocco and the U.S. in order to exchange views on counterterrorism, and to reinforce their efforts at cooperation in the area of security. Counterterrorism necessitates building the foundations [Read more]
[H]ow will Trump, who claims to be one of the best presidents the U.S. has ever had, deal with ... two snubs in so short a period of time?
<i>On Feb. 20, U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton declared that the days of Daniel Ortega, president of Nicaragua, “were numbered.” Similar words have been uttered about Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro and about Miguel Diaz-Canel, the current president of the Council of State and the Council of Ministers of [Read more]
Trump ... wants people to believe that he is coming to the rescue of those living in a country shaken by a profound economic crisis. ... But the truth lies elsewhere.
Two blocs, led by Moscow and Washington, are clashing, each supporting its “champion” - Maduro for some, Guaido for others.
[T]rump was interested in this murder case ... to terrorize the crown prince and exert pressure on the entire Saudi regime in an effort at blackmail.
The decision of the United states to close the Palestinian mission in Washington, announced Monday by the number two person in the Palestine Liberation Organization, Saëb Erakat, adds to the flurry of measures taken in the span of a few weeks by the White House: the cancellation of more than $200 million in bilateral [Read more]
Reports released by the United States are usually 'tools of extortion against other countries' ...
The United States of America’s system of government is that of a republic. However, in the context of both upcoming and past elections, it appears to have migrated from being a cradle of democracy and headed toward rule by political families. Here, two political names recur more than others: Bush and Clinton. These [Read more]