When the U.S. president tells the Old Continent that the European adventure does not deserve to die at the beginning of the 21st century … he deserves to be listened to.
If Western countries are facing terrorism, the majority of Muslim countries, too, are victims of this curse.
The acknowledgment that central banks have no more credibility is by far the most concerning for a financial system whose survival solely dwells on the blind faith that central banks are mystically infallible.
Americans are discussing secret Sept. 11 documents that address the involvement of Saudi officials, who are not key al-Qaida supporters, in the funding of the organization.
Without a doubt ... American attitudes and policies no longer serve our interests, but threaten them.
After what Obama said, it is no longer acceptable for us to take the position that “we’ve been fooled” by this kind of crafted talk and that we need to consider the matter.
<i>George W. Bush wanted, and failed, to democratize the Arab world, whereas Barack Obama accepts the autocratic regimes in the Middle East. He has invested little political capital in the region, and Saudi Arabia is trying to exploit this in its own way.</i>
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America has always been the place where religions have lost their fanatic claws. Now, there is a Quran translation with modern commentary — one that could civilize many extremists.
This U.S. position cannot be described as anything other than surprising and puzzling, and it sums up Washington’s blundering vision for our region observed over the last seven years.