Why is the intervention of the United States so important in the civil war of the Arab country?
Over the weekend, a new chemical attack in a suburb of the Syrian capital has challenged the US government, after President Trump announced days ago that he planned to withdraw troops from the Arab country.
Durante el fin de semana, un nuevo ataque químico en un suburbio de la capital siria ha retado al gobierno estadounidense, después de que el Presidente Trump anunciara hace días que planeaba retirar las tropas del país árabe.
The leaders of Russia, Turkey, and Iran — the three major international powers embroiled in the civil war in Syria — met in Ankara, Turkey, to discuss future steps towards de-escalating the conflict.
After months of disagreements, the US president has decided to dismiss his diplomatic chief and replace him with the current director of the CIA.
Después de meses de desencuentros, el presidente estadounidense ha decidido despedir a su jefe diplomático y sustituirle con el actual director de la CIA.
The President has referred the decision to Congress and its allies to "resolve" the way to abandon the pact.
El Presidente ha remitido la decisión al Congreso y a sus aliados para "resolver" la manera de abandonar el pacto.
US sanctions on Russia are declaration of full-fledged economic war, Russian prime minister said.
Russia's deputy foreign minister Sergey Ryabkov has responded to news that a package of further punitive measures for Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 US elections and its 2014 annexation of the Crimea was voted through the House of Representatives.
Drawing upon two years’ worth of impertinent comments, offensive tweets and harmful policy positions, Donald Trump can aptly be described with a number of words that end in “-ist.”
Protectionist. Nativist. Misogynist. Racist.
In Washington, there is a conventional wisdom on North Korea that spans both parties and much of elite opinion. It goes roughly like this: North Korea is the world’s most bizarre country, run by a crackpot dictator with a strange haircut. He is unpredictable and irrational and cannot be negotiated with. Eventually this weird and cruel regime will collapse. Meanwhile, the only solution is more and more pressure. But what if the conventional wisdom is wrong?
Lawyers and activists fanned out to airports as President Trump’s travel ban went into effect. The State Department issued new guidelines on how to enforce the “close family” test on visitors from six predominantly Muslim countries.
While we have been focused on the results of special elections, the ups and downs of the Russia investigation, and President Trump’s latest tweets, under the radar, a broad and consequential shift in American foreign policy appears to be underway. Put simply, the United States is stumbling its way into another decade of war in the greater Middle East. And this next decade of conflict might prove to be even more destabilizing than the last one.
Today, the US Supreme Court has partially ruled in favor of President Trump's travel ban, and will allow hearings of oral arguments in the case.
In a speech in Miami, the US President is expected to reverse Obama's policy of rapprochement with Cuba and to announce stiffer rules on travel and commercial ties with the Caribbean island.
Donald Trump returned from his first overseas trip convinced that he had unified America’s historic Arab allies, dealt a strong blow against terrorism and calmed the waters of an unruly Middle East. Since then we have seen a series of terror attacks in Europe and the Middle East, and an open split within the Arab world. What is going on?
In a series of tweets, Trump said recent trip to Middle East prompted Saudi Arabia and four other countries to break diplomatic relations with Qatar, arguing the small energy -rich emirate is financing Islamic terrorism.
Las potencias más grandes del mundo árabe han ratificado el día de hoy la suspensión de relaciones diplomáticas con Qatar, por el supuesto apoyo que ofrece la nación a grupos islamistas y a Irán, a tan sólo dos semanas de la visita del Presidente Donald Trump.
La Casa Blanca ha llevado al Tribunal Supremo el bloqueo que pesa sobre el veto migratorio con el que el presidente, Donald Trump, pretendía prohibir la entrada al país a musulmanes de determinados países y refugiados.
The White House has asked the US supreme court to allow his ban on travelers from six Muslim-majority countries to be reinstated after it was blocked by lower courts that found it discriminatory.
This week, Vladmir Putin, President of Russia, gave an interview with a pool of international journalists, in which he said that the policy of sanctions towards Cuba only worked to punish the Cubans, and that Obama was on the right path.
This week’s bombing in Manchester was another gruesome reminder that the threat from radical Islamic terrorism is ongoing. And President Trump’s journey to the Middle East illustrated yet again how the country central to the spread of this terrorism, Saudi Arabia, has managed to evade and deflect any responsibility for it. In fact, Trump has given Saudi Arabia a free pass and a free hand in the region.
I am not a big or even a little fan of President Donald Trump. Many of his policies strike me as undesirable, some in the extreme. His background and temperament have not prepared him for the presidency.
Mientras los "misioneros" iraníes ganan almas para el chiísmo incluso en países como Perú, Cuba y Costa Rica, donde antes prácticamente no había musulmanes, Hizbulá está metido de lleno en el tráfico de drogas, el contrabando de cigarrillos y otras actividades delictivas en América Latina.