Parts falling from U.S. military aircrafts, scandals related to alcohol involving U.S. military, thoughtless remarks from U.S. military leaders…. Recent activity surrounding the U.S. military base has been abnormal. Injuries and arrests continue one after another, as construction to reclaim land at Henoko in the [Read more]
After reviewing and analyzing more than 900 American films over 20 years, Jack Shaheen, professor emeritus of mass communications from Southern Illinois University, concluded that American films always portray Arabs with the most typical and ugly image. In his book “Reel Bad Arabs,” he organized Arabs in American [Read more]
The meeting of the European ministers of interior and justice on the eve of the big Paris rally and the announcement of American President Barack Obama’s intention to call for an international summit to discuss the situation of the war on terrorism all reinforces returning once again to the atmosphere which prevailed [Read more]
There are three things observers stop at when looking at the U.S. intervention in Iraq, after the infamous events that took place in Mosul on June 10, 2014 when, in only few hours, the militants were able to defeat the Iraqi army and the police, estimated at about 200,000 members. Feelings of shock and awe emerged [Read more]
A U.S.-led alliance is flying airstrikes against the Islamic State. An asymmetrical war has never been won this way.
It is a well known method and has begun to be forcibly re-implemented. The U.S. occupation came to Iraq because of its military power, striking with the force of the entire world. This demonstrates the strength of the U.S. military. Thus, it is precisely because of this point that one cannot reasonably overcome them [Read more]