White House photos taken at critical points in history are worth a thousand words.
I told Bin Laden he was already a hunted man. “Danger is a part of our life,” he snapped back.
By waging war on terrorists, Bush and Blair began something which many claim has made the world a much more dangerous place, with the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocents making it easy for extremists to radicalize young minds.
We tend to forget that some 108 years before the September 11, 2001 attacks, one monk from the heartland of Bharat had reached America as well.
If the president wants sanctions to work he should use them as a scalpel, not as a blunderbuss.
Perhaps at the end of 2016, someone will remember that 15 years have passed since the start of the "War on Terror" with no victory.
Guns are America's cancer.
American values have not brought democracy and civilization to countries that have embraced them, but have overturned the effective systems in place and created ripe breeding grounds for terrorism.
The exercise is certainly an unoriginal one, but during his final State of the Union address on Tuesday, Barack Obama found the words to make his country dream one more time, defending an optimistic and ambitious vision of America. “The United States of America is the most powerful nation on Earth — period,” the [Read more]