That, perhaps more than anything else, is how Trump kept Americans safe without starting a war. Less than a month after entering the White House in 2017, President Donald Trump flew to Dover Air Force Base to attend the dignified transfer ceremony for Chief Petty Officer William “Ryan” …Read More »
Why the United States Should Leave Syria
Washington’s insistence on staying in Syria under the pretext of “containing ISIS” is rather weak. The Iranian drone strike against the American military base in northern Syria that killed one American contractor and wounded six servicemen has once again called into question the purpose of the American presence, …Read More »
Future of Humanity and Artificial Intelligence: A Panacea or a Frankenstein Monster?
Rameem Siddiqui An Open letter is being called for that emphasizes putting a 6-month pause on ‘giant AI experiments’ attracting the signatures from the likes of Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, author and political scientist Yuval Noah Harari advocating for a 6-month moratorium to give …Read More »
Peace in the Middle East and Tension in Europe
The new doctrine of Russian foreign policy, which was recently signed by Putin, is actually a reaction against the new national security strategy of the United States, which considers Russia a “dangerous threat to the vital national interests of the United States” and China as a “fundamental and …Read More »
Is U.S. Diplomacy as Good as Dead?
Paul Pillar Whether the United States can follow other major powers in ending the dearth of diplomacy will depend heavily on the direction of domestic U.S. politics. Peter Baker, White House correspondent for the New York Times, published an analytic piece the other day that should be disturbing …Read More »
In Support of a Democratic Turkey
A unique opportunity exists for the United States to stand behind the Turkish people in their time of need. The United States and Europe have a vested interest in ensuring a free and fair electoral outcome in Turkey. On May 14, 2023, Turkish citizens will vote to decide …Read More »
Is Russia a Problem or an Opportunity for China?
Valerie Hudson In March, the new foreign minister of China, Qin Gang, waxed eloquent about the state of Sino-Russian relations. “The more unstable the world becomes the more imperative it is for China and Russia to steadily advance their relations . . . The strategic partnership will surely …Read More »
America and South Korea: Here’s to the Next Seventy Years
Jongsoo Lee The seventy-year-old U.S.-ROK alliance is critical to the national interests of both nations and is among the cornerstones of the rules-based international order. The alliance between the United States and South Korea (Republic of Korea) is a cornerstone of the U.S. security architecture in the Indo-Pacific …Read More »
Who will live in the new capital? Is this related to New Jordan?
Eng. Saleem Al Batayneh Where are we heading? We no longer ask this question. What’s more important is on is what is going on. That is the real question. It is not guaranteed that we will get satisfactory answers to any of these queries, especially those vague questions. …Read More »