The radar images of the website WikiLeaks have exposed American political thought and are building a new world, redrawing the world map. Perhaps it will not show the final distinct colors of such a map, but it will certainly outline the nature of this new world order by the end.
In spite of the repercussions of [Read more]
It was not surprising that rumors in the Arab world are spreading concerning a conspiracy between Mossad and U.S. intelligence to publish confidential U.S embassy cables through WikiLeaks. Those who believe that an Israeli plot was behind the shark attack on tourists in Sharm El-Sheikh will no doubt also believe that [Read more]
Don’t bet on the U.S., but bet on the history of the region and the certainty of true victory. In terms of this, perhaps it is surprising that the United States refrained from voting for the General Assembly reform decision entitled “the occupied Syrian Golan,” but the longer it has been, the more I realized that [Read more]
At the outset of the world financial crisis in September 2008, states went to war domestically, introducing complex economic and financial procedures meant to reduce the negative consequences of the crisis, in an attempt to stop its exacerbation, first of all, and secondly to halt its destructive effects on their [Read more]
A spokesperson for the U.S. administration declared the failure to persuade Israel to freeze settlements, and this in itself clearly aligned the American position in favor of the continuation of settlement. If America had wanted to pressure Israel, it could have stopped or limited settlement activities just as it did [Read more]
WikiLeaks has released another sheaf of documents from its repository of secrets. The latest collection is made up of millions of secret documents that the White House says expose the lives of many to danger and, moreover, threaten the security of the United States of America.
Regardless of the motives of those [Read more]
In the 1970s, expenditures on international war research reached upwards of $336 billion. To be clear, this talk of international military research is exclusive to a small number of very wealthy capitalist countries who consider themselves to be the international community, especially the distinct and tyrannical [Read more]
The most important lie in Bush’s memoirs is his denial that the interests of Israel and Iraq’s oil were the real impetus for the war.
The extent of the influence of the international financial crisis on the future of the international system and the effective parties within it, headed by the United States, is visible to any observer. This crisis has caused some international relations scholars to anticipate an end to the unipolar era. [Read more]
The shock created by WikiLeaks’ publishing of hundreds of thousands of documents related to the American invasion and occupation of Iraq is still reverberating.
This shock continues to arouse questions, anger and fear surrounding the information’s credibility. The number of casualties revealed in these documents [Read more]