The United States’ military engagement seems caught between two opposing pressures. The first is to reduce its military involvement, while the second calls for an increase.
Because Syria has fought relentlessly against terrorism, its presence outside of the alliance remains incomprehensible and reveals the true character of the war as a farce.
A delegation of U.S. senators is preparing plans to use mercenaries against Syria. The United Nations is calling for a political solution.
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The historical causes of the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the U.S.-led NATO Alliance lie in a 1949 disagreement over Germany’s future. The Soviets supported a unified Germany and the Western powers did not. Then at the beginning of the 1960s, with the crisis [Read more]
The Wall Street Journal quoted American and Saudi officials, stating that relations between the two countries are a “problem.” Doha is playing a two-faced game — it declares it supports the fight against the Islamic State, but transfers funds to the Islamic State group and other organizations.
In one word, if anyone could fight with the Caliphate, it’s the Americans or Europeans.
Iraq is going to the polls on Wednesday, which is the country’s first election since the final US troops pulled out of the country two and a half years ago. Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki is bidding for a third term.
President Obama must make good on his promise to close the infamous detention centre.