President Donald Trump isn’t that worried about potential impeachment hearings. He even tries to goad Democrats into starting the process, knowing that will enliven his base and distract Democrats from their legislative agenda. And he has emerged from special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation seemingly [Read more]
Escalation toward a possible military showdown in the Gulf region continues.
The waterways of this region are vital for trade and cool heads must now prevail.
An apology from Washington should entail the total condemnation of its heinous crimes.
The Middle East is not intractable, but we need to put an end not only to the outdated ideas of superiority and primitiveness, but also to the failed methods that the United States has often pursued. We need to target two things we have not attempted previously: education and alliance.
Since [the framework agreement] is worthless, then so is the settlement process that has continued for more than 10 years and has been Washington’s way of buying time at the expense of Palestinian rights.
The United States, which emerged from the womb of Great Britain and replaced it as the Western colonial power, did not learn its lesson from the experience of others and not even from its own experience.
U.S. President Barack Obama, former lawmaker and elite Harvard graduate, is the object of ridicule because of his fumbling and indecision, not to mention his foreign policies that do not befit a country regarded as the single greatest power in the world since the Cold War. People are also laughing at his Secretary of [Read more]