It's impossible for any political or social scientist to interpret a phenomenon without referring to where it started to take shape. Based upon this principal, it's necessary for anyone who follows American policy in the Middle East to dive into learning its political structure and know the elements of its [Read more]
Optimism regarding American efforts for peace is equal to pessimism regarding Israeli efforts to destabilize the Middle East into an area of tension and insecurity.
Today, June 30, 2009, marks the departure of the invading American forces from Iraqi cities in accordance with the Iraqi-American Security Agreement, or Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA). Today the Iraqis stand at the threshold of a new stage, not just in their history, but in the history of the whole Middle East [Read more]
Egypt has been governed since 1974 under the catalog that was designated by the Americans for President Sadat and his regime to go by. To tell the truth, it is considered to be the actual constitution of Egypt, and still has sovereignty over the (Egyptian) constitution that was issued in 1971. This catalog's main focus [Read more]
Arabs gossiped too much about Obama since he was the elected leader in the White House. They talked about his qualities and personality, smelled his African "fragrance" and felt that he is, though a Christian, a brother in Islam. In fact, he deceived those who were green and naïve enough to think that peace will be [Read more]
History Is Repeating Itself!
George Mitchell is the peace envoy of President Obama. Mitchell is known to be no stranger to the region and has been assigned today a similar task to that which he had in the era of the former U.S. President Bill Clinton. He became well known when his recommendations turned into a kind [Read more]
Barack Obama may have won the presidency because he possessed the ability to explain to each American voter how his mantra of “Change” applied to their likes and wants. American political analysts and columnists, who supposedly express the political, economic and societal trends and currents, etc., which are [Read more]
Dear Mr. President,
I did not vote for you in the Presidential Election because I am Malaysian. But, I consider myself one of your constituents because what you do or say will affect me and my country as well. I welcome your promise for change. Certainly your country, the United States of America needs a lot of [Read more]
When we read about U.S. foreign strategy for the 21st century, we find that the first third of century talks about facts, figures, specific locations and names while the second third refers to the language of expectations and the possibilities, while the third about wishes and expectations. Generally speaking, the [Read more]
The world impatiently awaits the day George Bush leaves the presidency of the United States. It doesn’t hide its optimism at Barack Obama’s coming to the White House.
The world’s governments condemn President Bush’s unilateralist policies to deal with international issues, and hope that Obama will implement [Read more]