Secretary John Kerry did not invoke Zoroaster, Emerson or even Whitman when he stated repeatedly on behalf of the State Department that Tel Aviv’s security is U.S. security. The U.S. continues to perpetuate the 1948 political earthquake that hit the eastern Mediterranean.
Palestinians had awaited what Kerry would [Read more]
We ask this current American administration today, tomorrow, and for all time: why do you hate us?
If refugees were distributed according to each country’s responsibility for the disaster of global migration, the share of the United States would be the greatest.
President Barack Obama is facing large challenges in this phase of his presidency. After Americans gave priority to great difficulties in regions such as the Middle East despite the relative calm in Asia, Obama has decided to support the stability of his allies in Africa, as if to send a message to an American public [Read more]
Trump appeals to this television mindset to which the United States is addicted.
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]
[T]he commonalities between Hollywood and groups affiliated with Islamic State are being overlooked.
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]
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.