Although the idea of working with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on anything may initially seem counter to U.S. policy, a closer look reveals a potential opportunity to kill two foreign policy goals with one stone.
CHICAGO, September 18, 2014– On September 23, representatives from 190 nations will gather at the Climate Summit 2014 at United Nations headquarters in New York City, including 125 heads of state. President Obama and other world leaders will attend to discuss the urgent problem of climate change, seeking common ground in preparation for a “meaningful…
GIVAT SHMUEL, Israel September 18, 2014 — It is not all that odd to see an intelligent savvy American politician make veiled (or unveiled) anti-Semitic accusations these days. Heck, the Vice President of the United States (although evidence seems to indicate he is neither intelligent nor savvy) used the popular Jew-haters’ moniker, “Shylock,” in a…
Chinese Premier Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign is not only attacking graft in the country, but also stunting the massive spending spree by China’s middle class.
Yesterday the Republican dominated House of Representatives voted on a measure to train and equip some of the more “moderate rebels” among the Syrian opposition.
WASHINGTON, September 18, 2014 — Voting is starting in Scotland, a part of Britain since 1707, on the referendum for Scottish independence. Late polling, if reliable, shows that British subjects in Scotland are evenly divided on the question of splitting away from the United Kingdom. Reuters reports that five surveys – from pollsters YouGov, Panelbase, Survation, Opinium…
The UK news media are presenting a biased picture of the Scottish independence movement. America, of all nations, should understand the desire for independence.
ISIS has other plans for the West than terrorism as we know it. The time has come to understand their goals.
The United States has no control over who is receiving aid in Syria, nor is it able to protect the minorities impacted by government and terrorist groups in Syria.
The price of not having democracy is higher than having one, but the fear of losing power leaves governments refusing to create order in their nation.