Understanding the Sieges of Aleppo and Mosul
It will be up to the American people to push Hillary Clinton if she’s elected to realize this promise and not damage it with yet more intervention and military violence.
We must lift the fog of war before it gets too thick.
What more needs to be said, by anyone, about potential, world-wide Trump disruption?
The U.S. seems more divided than ever as chaos continues throughout the world. Opposing political sides seem to be at war with each other during a time when we should be working together.
John Kerry and Mohammad Javad Zarif have demonstrated that we don’t have to fight World War III in the Middle East with the framework of the nuclear deal. Diplomacy can work—war is not the only available policy tool.
How about an international negotiation to end mutual cyber attacks that would include international controls and monitoring, and penalties for violations?
Belgium’s capital city of Brussels is on its highest alert as residents remain on lockdown. People are being told to stay away from their windows, and schools remain closed as police and soldiers carry out raids in the search for suspects in the Paris attacks ten days ago that killed 130 people.
Hopefully, policy makers in the future will realize that drawing 'red lines' in terms of conflicts in other countries creates dangers of its own.
As the saying goes, follow the money to find out who profits from all this death and devastation.