An apology from Washington should entail the total condemnation of its heinous crimes.
The US must gather its wits, assert its power and speak clearly. It must fish or cut bait with the peace business.
Recently, Senator John McCain... sneered that Russia was merely 'a gas station masquerading as a country'” Gas stations do not produce the likes of Tolstoy, Borodin, Rimsky-Korsakov, Prokofiev, or the very smart Putin.
Soon, the U.S. administration will present us with an all new, elementary foreign policy, characterized by contradictory and ambiguous positions regarding the Arab region, particularly the Palestinian cause. Still, the policy has yet to approach its ally and mistress “Israel” critically.
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Pakistan’s relations with China and with the US are not interchangeable.
Does the American administration not document its own hypocrisy?
We have in Arabic the popular saying, “The free [not busy] act as judge.” But in America, it seems the free act as painter. In one of the most ironic perceptions of modern politics, we hear that former U.S. President George W. Bush has turned to painting since leaving the White House. He will display his “art,” [Read more]