What makes a great country like the United States of America unable to define the term 'terrorism'?
Obama remains trapped. On the one hand, he is harassed by his own doubts and those of many of his aides, including important voices in the Pentagon, advising on the risks of American involvement in the conflict in Syria. However, on the other hand, for two and a half years an unsustainable pressure has been building [Read more]
Obama’s description of Putin as a naughty boy sitting in the back row clearly indicates Washington's policies toward Moscow.
The U.S. administration spies on tens of millions of Americans and non-Americans.
The recent terrorist strikes against the United States provoked a wave of questions and comments about the future of this global power, as well as the domestic and foreign fallout. The U.S. is over-stretched, a problem which will soon take a toll on its level of superiority in addition to the economic difficulties that [Read more]
Since the era when U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower forced Israel to withdraw its troops from the Sinai and Gaza following their capture by Egypt in 1956, Arabs remain convinced that the one who sits in the White House can make war or peace between Arabs and Israelis. The eras of President Nixon and the Separation [Read more]
A few days ago the world witnessed the destruction of a Palestinian home, built with stone and sweat, because the occupation authorities gave the owner a choice between destroying the house himself or paying for the rental of the bulldozer. The scene is reminiscent of the incident in 1948 in a Palestinian village when [Read more]
The White House announced President Obama’s official visit to the Zionist entity and Ramallah, Jordan, on March 20-21. This announcement increased the optimism of many politicians, observers and analysts who supposed that the U.S. president would propose a new project for a peace settlement between the Palestinians [Read more]
Kerry’s political value has exceeded that of Hillary, though the president himself acknowledged that she was knowledgeable, sophisticated, capable and pragmatic.