Without asking some of the fundamental questions, I am afraid a new US administration will waste another five years, chasing ghosts of imagined and real enemies across the mountains of Afghanistan in search of a Pyrrhic victory for the whole western alliance.
By treating the issue as an inherent constitutional matter as opposed to just federal law, the Court has driven perhaps the final nail into the war-on-terror coffin.
US PRESIDENT George Bush’s end-April invitation to his Palestinian Authority counterpart to visit Washington in an effort to revitalise the Arab-Israeli peace process is the former’s last chance at making a meaningful contribution to the issue.
Already, America’s turning the other way to Israel’s farcical [Read more]
It is rare to find an American who knows the process of political decision-making in his country, or the goals of its foreign policy.