Last Friday night, President Trump along with Prime Minister, Theresa May of Great Britain and President Emmanuel Macron of France engaged in a limited but highly controversial air campaign against the Syrian regime’s ability to produce chemical weapons. While over one hundred missiles were fired into Syria from allied forces, a similar effort to make […]Read More The Case for Bombing Syria
Some things are best kept quietRead More On Iranian Protests, US Should Stay Silent
Egypt and Saudi Arabia aren’t democracies, but they’re still sensitive to public opinion. Actions that upset their populations provoke protests, boost ISIS recruitment, and require them to devote more resources to repression. Making their people’s first and second concerns worse is a terrible way to rally them to confront the third and fifth. And it’s […]Read More By Moving U.S. Embassy To Jerusalem, Trump Kills The Two State Solution
It may be late to take the most preferred actions in the troubled country, so what’s the lesser evil route we should take as of now?Read More What Should the US do in Syria?
The troubles with the WC hosting, and the inside corruption in FIFARead More Qatar to Lose World Cup Hosting Event?
President Donald Trump gave his clear support Tuesday to Saudi Arabia’s diplomatic and economic campaign to isolate Qatar, accusing them of “supporting terrorism.” In an unexpected move against a key United States ally, Trump hinted that Qatar, home to the largest US base in the Middle East, financed the extremists, thus backing the diplomatic blockade […]Read More President Backs Saudi Arabia Against Qatar
Lebanon may ban the DC heroineRead More Wonder Woman Banned for Being A Jew
The President yesterday landed in Israel as part of his tour through the Middle East. The President reiterated his goal to achieve peace between the two nations in a deal that he would benefit both parties. However, the question is what would that look like? The UN initially partitioned the region into two different countries […]Read More Why Jordan Should Annex Palestine
One hundred and two years ago today, April 24th, is the date that is set to be the start of the Armenian Genocide. The Ottoman government rounded up Armenians, mostly Ottoman citizens, and deported them from Constantinople to the region of Ankara. Thousands were murdered. Phase one was the complete killing off of able-bodied males, […]Read More 102 Years – Brief History of the Armenian Genocide, and Erdogan`s Denial
The United States launched a massive bombing on Syrian targets this Thursday, with at least 59 guided missiles in response to a chemical weapons attack for which the White House has blamed Syrian leader Bashar al-Asad. The attack left at least six Syrian soldiers dead and dozens injured, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human […]Read More 9 Civilians and 3 Military Personnel Dead in US Airstrike