Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Middle East: Stop Blaming the US President, Confront the Right Culprit

American President after President is blamed for the situation in the Middle East by many (if not most) around the world. Such accusation is not only unfair but factually incorrect, because when the same policy is conducted by different administrations with different ideologies and postures, then the problem lies not in the White House but in the one place responsible for the American Foreign Policy: the US State Department.

Friday, 20 November 2015

Courage by P.J. Lawrance

Shared by Stephen Cheney


They tightened their
chin-straps and faced
the enemy.
Knees shaking, hearts
pounding, they
though their comrades
fell around them.

Thursday, 19 November 2015

Europe Under Attack: The Need to Change Middle East Policies

Paris suffered yet another Islamic terrorist attack.
François Hollande vowed to respond to this “declaration of war”. Many Western countries stood behind France and, as expected, there's a rapprochement towards Russia. Air-strikes against ISIS, in Raqqa, are increasing, but these are only an insufficient PR move (to show that something is being done). However, the West failed to announce one important step in the fight against Global Jihad: a change in their Middle East (ME) Policies.