The progression of the campaign against the Islamic State risks plunging the United States into a complex regional conflict.
Washington has set for itself the goal of saving terrorist groups from destruction to continue using them for its own geopolitical advantage.
The secret is out. The American-British invasion of Iraq in 2003 was a deliberate attempt to destroy Iraq and prepare a new path for the Middle East.
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.
Last week, I read an article I enjoyed by the American writer Thomas Friedman, about which Middle East the next American president will encounter. Before that, an Arab friend and scholar of international affairs in the United States gave me his opinion on my last article for Asharq al-Awsat on the legacy of Henry [Read more]
Conservatives, reformers and the general population: All of Iran now aspires to have the sanctions lifted and, therefore, what other options would there be to a nuclear compromise on which the White House is working day and night?
<i>Everyone can send aircraft; infantry is what needed.</i>
It is impossible to understand the current events in Iraq and Syria without considering such an important factor as Sunni-Shiite confrontation. The continual conflict is almost 1,500 years old, but now it is escalating. Barack Obama was accused of delaying [Read more]