[W]ashington is more inclined toward the arrogance of power and issuing political dictates.
The American attack against a Syrian air base in the early hours of yesterday morning risks unpredictable consequences, in a conflict where a peaceful solution is even further from reach. The military action is in response to the use of chemical weapons through an air strike upon a rebel-held area, almost certainly [Read more]
If a terrorist organization gets relief at one place while being curbed at another, this will result in the kind of attacks that took place in the two U.S. cities.
Recently, a book was published on Obama and his policies entitled, “The Long Game: How Obama Defied Washington and Redefined America’s Role in the World.”
The book was written by Derek Chollet, who worked for decades in the State Department, the National Security Council, and the Department of Defense. He [Read more]
The United States follows a strategy so flawed that the principal enemies of its enemies ... are on its official list of terrorist organizations.
World War III could have become an absolute reality. The ceasefire deal, achieved by Russia and the U.S., halted that scenario.
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.
The West can defeat the Islamic State group if it drives up the cost of terrorism — and if Germany helps the French.