Among the House of Cards-infested cliffhangers that defined the «circus is in town» US election (to quote Nobel Prize winner Bob Dylan’s Desolation Row), the key
The Arabs’ view of the realities of today’s world is rooted in their approach towards their history, culture, and civilization. Since many turning points of
With typical fanfare, Western news media announced the launch this week of a US-backed offensive to retake the eastern Syrian city of Raqqa from the
There is little doubt that, come Nov. 9, a fractured USA will plod on with one of two of the most disliked politicians in recent
The American people don’t know very much about war even if Washington has been fighting on multiple fronts since 9/11. The continental United States has
As Turkey mobilizes fresh troops on the Iraqi border, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has warned that Turkey’s invasion of his country will mean war.
The outcome of the 2016 presidential election will show that the American political system – as we have known it – will apparently cease to
These days, the Suez crisis turns 60. In the history of the Israel—Egypt confrontation, it was overshadowed by the larger wars of 1967 and 1973,