If Obama wants to have a winning strategy in the Middle East, he will need more than drones and airstrikes. He will also need smart diplomacy, beginning with a determined effort to work out understand
Dealing mainly with the consequences and not the reasons of terrorism is a failure that is and will keep haunting the US foreign policy.
Muslims are organizing themselves to find a way forward on how they can get a better representation in the next government, which is a farfetched dream if they remain divided.
Journalist Dairieh spent three weeks embedded with ISIL to produce this five-part documentary filmed in the Syrian city of Raqqa, which is considered to be the group’s power base in Syria.
The clarity of the objective of war as stated by both sides would push to ask two questions, the answers of which show the victorious and the loser and replace lengthy political analysis.
Why did that war that dragged on for 50 days stop now, and all of a sudden? What' are the main reasons for that?
Together, drones, RC-135s, Trojans, satellites paint an intelligence “picture” that diagram for fighter crews where to drop their bombs. Yet even this high-tech assistance sometimes isn’t enough
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