One cannot deny the sway that the Asia-Pacific region holds over the rest of the globe, whether it be economic, political or in the realm of security.
If you want to see what the end will bring, you must see Syria’s puzzle with all of these pieces.
The downing of the Russian airplane by Turkish fighter jets was not an incident that came about through chance, but because [Russian] pilots violated Turkey's aerial space and did not leave despite the warnings. All the evidence and all the indications lead to the conclusion that this was an extreme, provocative act by [Read more]
Barack Obama has decided to abandon the idea of repatriating all U.S. military before the end of his second term, one of the main promises he made during his electoral campaign. Official sources confirm that 5,500 Americans will remain in Afghanistan after 2016. The U.S. president announced his decision today at the [Read more]
We need to fix our gaze on the U.S. in order to avoid it using 'mistaken bombing' as an excuse to escape responsibility.
On Oct. 3, a Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières trauma center in the northern Afghanistan city of Kunduz was bombed by the American military. According to the MSF, at least 12 doctors, three children and seven patients were killed, with many missing. The NATO forces in Afghanistan admitted that this [Read more]
The United States is beginning a modernization program for the deployment of nuclear weapons at its installations in Germany. The German government should oppose that with all available means, but instead, it seems totally passive.
For more than a year, hundreds of millions of men, women and children, both young and old, mainly from Eritrea, Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Syria and Libya, have been playing their part in the largest exodus ever witnessed. They are arriving at the European Union’s borders, fleeing wars, persecution and poverty, in [Read more]
'The equation that Western leaders had to solve was particularly complex.'
<i>America is beginning to fulfill President Barack Obama’s promise made on June 4, 2014 in Warsaw that Poland will never stand alone.</i>
The U.S. is planning to establish logistical bases in our part of Europe and will station military equipment for 5,000 troops there. An article in Saturday’s New York Times [Read more]