Discover What the World Thinks of U.S.


Soft Power

June 24, 2015 // Al-Khaleej - U.A.E. - Arabic

Researchers trace the first use of the term “soft power” to Joseph Nye, assistant secretary of defense for international security affairs for U.S. President Bill Clinton and chairman of the National Intelligence Council. He published a book on the subject that described the rise of new guidelines for U.S. foreign [Read more]

Operation Decisive Storm and Lifting the American Umbrella

May 6, 2015 // Al-Ittihad - U.A.E. - Arabic

Operation Decisive Storm began suddenly, surprising all, and ended just as suddenly, leaving many unanswered questions. Major military operations have halted, but the finger is still on the trigger, and bombing will continue, albeit less frequently. Despite completing Operation Decisive Storm, it appears that not all [Read more]

Kerry and His Israeli Tongue

March 20, 2015 // Al-Khaleej - U.A.E. - Arabic

When he stood in the Sharm el-Sheikh Conference, he did not see international delegations rallying to support Egypt, but those seeking to secure the future of Israel.

The Liquidation of Guantanamo

February 14, 2015 // Al-Khaleej - U.A.E. - Arabic

With American elections coming this November, Congress will continue obstructing the liquidation of the prison, and will use all kinds of lies and deception in its political conflict with Obama.

The White House and its UN Security Council Lackey

January 16, 2015 // Al-Khaleej - U.A.E. - Arabic

There is no longer any doubt among the nations of the world that the United Nations has become a virtual subject to the United States. At the forefront is the Security Council, the drafts and resolutions of which the U.S. State Department admittedly manages and prepares. Therefore, given this direct intrusion into [Read more]

Obama’s Strategy

December 15, 2014 // Al-Khaleej - U.A.E. - Arabic

U.S. President Barack Obama is caught between Republican demands and Democratic resentment and is unable to reconcile the two.
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