The U.S., the U.K. and France launched the attack even though they had no solid evidence that the Assad regime had used chemical warfare. The allies' action was little more than a propaganda exercise.
A recent referendum is seen as a wake-up call to Turkey, Iraq, Iran and Syria that the longtime issue must be addressed.
The head of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, Ahmet Üzümcü (pictured), should resign over his role in the production of a biased report.
By embracing the anti-Assad message and imagery of the White Helmets, that organization’s supporters are furthering the messaging used by Al Nusra Front, its affiliate organizations and Islamic State to recruit followers around the world.
Moqtada al-Sadr's ability to influence Iraq's political affairs has earned him the title "kingmaker," but his true aspiration is to be king He stands a reasonable chance of succeeding.
A recent Washington Post story claiming that Saddam Hussein thought about buying nuclear technology from Pakistan has been picked up around the world and is already shaping policy. Unfortunately, it isn’t true.A recent Washington Post story claiming that Saddam Hussein thought about buying nuclear technology from Pakistan just isn’t true.
The “war on terror” is a self-perpetuating problem with no solution. Worse, it ultimately will destroy America, not from any actions by whatever “enemy” America conjures up, but rather from the actions undertaken by America itself.The "war on terror" will ultimately destroy America through actions taken by our nation itself.