It is understandable that Barack Obama shies away from sending combat troops into the field against the “Islamic State.” But he cannot ignore the fact that the deployment of ground troops is necessary, whoever sends them.
The commotion of combat. The U.N. has seized the matter. The European Union ministers of health will hold an extraordinary meeting next Thursday. The United States did not wait a moment before starting military intervention in Liberia. There is even question of creating a “medical” NATO. France has instituted [Read more]
Recently, a person formerly known to us released his new book. It’s Henry Kissinger. Sure enough, this gave rise to a new round of criticism on his controversial policy while he was secretary of state during the Nixon administration.
Kissinger, who is a proponent of realpolitik, has been accused of being [Read more]
It’s not enough to bring together an alliance against the Islamic State on intentions alone; Barack Obama must also be supported by action. This is far from certain, and the American president has a lot at stake.
In the coalition that Barack Obama has forged to fight against the Islamic State, the new jihadi [Read more]
Expansion and brutality of the caliphate occupy and horrify the American public to a greater extent than the expansion and brutality of Vladimir Putin.
The radical Islamic group Islamic State is spreading its influence. It controls the large land area extending into Iraq and Syria, and has repeatedly committed inhumane acts against the people of that region. It shared a video of the murder of an American journalist on the Internet.
It is an unacceptable act of [Read more]
Representatives of NATO, the largest military block—as they themselves refer to it; an aggressive pact, which normally gets hushed up, but is apparent from its activities—held a session late last week. Secretary General Rasmussen, who through his appearance and behavior makes known that he is no nice, fairy-tale [Read more]
The U.S. president is embarking on a war he never wanted to fight—with a coalition upon which he can't depend.
The President of the United States visited Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. His message was a warning aimed at the Baltic countries (Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia), rather than Russia.
Putin knows that there are Russian populations in those republics, and the head of the White House explained that they are more [Read more]