US foreign policy

Romney and Obama have similar foreign policy views: Languages differ but coughs are the same

Romney and Obama have similar foreign policy views: Languages differ but coughs are the same

The latest presidential debate was not a big surprise. Mitt Romney was the underdog who could not compete against an experienced president in foreign affairs. Both candidates agreed about almost everything, which is not unusual. US foreign policy has been the same, administration after administration. However, last night’s debate also exposed Mitt Romney’s simplistic vision […]

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The Jewish state and its allies rule the world: Once the teeth are together, they can crack the bone

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on September 26, 2012 0 Comments
The Jewish state and its allies rule the world: Once the teeth are together, they can crack the bone

Since he was elected President of Iran, Ahmadinejad has been a “star” at the UN annual meeting. As always, he was invited by CNN to clarify his positions on world affairs. For many in America, with the help of the media, he is perceived as a crazy man, an irrational person for not being on […]

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What are the West’s intentions removing strong leaders from power in the Middle East? Ashes will always blow into the face of the thrower

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on September 24, 2012 0 Comments
What are the West’s intentions removing strong leaders from power in the Middle East? Ashes will always blow into the face of the thrower

Death is always big news. Death of an ambassador in the line of duty is certainly worse. Ambassador Christopher Stevens died of smoke inhalation after a crowd stormed the US consulate in Benghazi. The first question that came in my head was, where were the Libyan forces to protect the US embassy? The second question […]

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Israel should not use fear to discredit the US: Do not cut down the tree that gives you shade

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on September 16, 2012 0 Comments
Israel should not use fear to discredit the US: Do not cut down the tree that gives you shade

The pressure over Iran is mounting in Israel and the United States. The Obama administration has been accused by the Israelis of refusing to meet Prime Minister Netanyahu. The White House claims that the President is unable to meet the Israeli leader due to his heavy schedule. Definitely, there is friction between the Jewish State and […]

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Pastor Terry Jones behind anti-Muslim movie ?: Don’t sprinkle salt on a wound

Filed in Current affairs, Religion, US foreign policy by on September 14, 2012 0 Comments
Pastor Terry Jones behind anti-Muslim movie ?: Don’t sprinkle salt on a wound

Protests at the US embassy in Cairo, Egypt, and  Benghazi, Libya, over a movie insulting the prophet Muhammad reinforces anti-Americanism in the Muslim world and is a reminder to the American people that the changes in the Muslim world are not necessarily beneficial to the United States. On September 11th, a day of remembering innocent American […]

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Superpowers don’t support asylum for Assange: A hyena cannot smell its own stench

Superpowers don’t support asylum for Assange: A hyena cannot smell its own stench

Ecuador giving political asylum to Julian Assange (WikiLeaks) is the right thing to do. The irony in this affair is that the three main countries that violated international laws have been exposed in their lies (France, UK, and the US). The UK for instance refused to extradite Pinochet. Now, the UK is threatening to invade […]

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Chavez suggests US behind South American leaders’ cancer cases: A thief is always under suspicion

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on December 30, 2011 0 Comments
Chavez suggests US behind South American leaders’ cancer cases: A thief is always under suspicion

Do you believe in bad luck? Coincidence? Strange things happen in life that sometimes we are unable to explain. Five South American leftist presidents have been diagnosed with cancer. The leftists are known for being very vocal against US foreign policy. Hugo Chavez, the Venezuelan president, is one of them. Chavez did not directly accuse […]

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Are Bush and his cronies Cheney and Rumsfeld afraid of international justice? Often, under the unseeing hide the cunning

Filed in Current affairs, US foreign policy by on October 18, 2011 0 Comments
Are Bush and his cronies Cheney and Rumsfeld afraid of international justice? Often, under the unseeing hide the cunning

Comedy or reality? Amnesty International (the human rights organization that fights for the voiceless, fights for equality all around the world) is asking Canada to arrest and prosecute former US President George W. Bush during his visit to Canada on October 20th. The human rights group has accused President Bush of crimes against humanity.  This is a test […]

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America needs to change its foreign policy to avoid another 9/11: The eye looking at the sun will not need an advisor to tell it when to blink

Filed in Current affairs, US foreign policy by on September 12, 2011 0 Comments
America needs to change its foreign policy to avoid another 9/11: The eye looking at the sun will not need an advisor to tell it when to blink

The 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attack in New York has just passed. This anniversary was special because this time, Osama Bin Laden is dead. This anniversary is also a moment of meditation, a moment of thinking and asking the question: Why? American people don’t understand why Al-Qaeda is obssessed with seeing America fall. The root […]

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Retreat and let the Afghans neutralize themselves: It makes no sense to try to forge the iron while it is still cold

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on August 8, 2011 0 Comments
Retreat and let the Afghans neutralize themselves: It makes no sense to try to forge the iron while it is still cold

Bad news brings worse news sometimes. After the economic bombshell this week, the US has lost a SEAL team, its elite force, in a helicopter attack in Afghanistan. The mood in the country is somber. It is a sad day for the nation, and a sad day for the families of those who have lost […]

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