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Does Trump have a game plan?

All eyes were on U.S. President Donald Trump in June of last year. Mounting tensions between the U.S. and Iran had reached a fever pitch after Iran’s Revolutionary Guards downed two U.S. drones in the Gulf of Oman. Was Trump going to retaliate milit... more

Mounting tensions with Iran have left US even more polarized

The killing of General Qassem Soleimani of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ Quds Force in Baghdad has once again polarized U.S. politics.The Democrats are blaming Trump for not notifying Congress beforehand and violating Congress’ authority to decla... more

Will the US withdraw from Iraq?

Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi stated that Iranian General Qassem Soleimani, who was killed by U.S. forces, was in Baghdad upon his invitation.He added that he was planning to hold a meeting with Soleimani that very day. In other words, Solei... more

What's next for the UK's Tories after embracing the far-right?

I follow the radical Right movements in Europe and America as much as I can and share my findings here in this column. According to Western sources, the common denominator between all these movements that are branded “Alternative Right,”“Extreme Rig... more

The civil war between the Evangelicals is heating up!

Infighting is raging among American Evangelical Christians regarding supporting Trump in the 2020 presidential elections. In fact, they are currently engaging in a full-fledged civil war.This war was triggered with the article written on Dec.19 in Ch... more

Will the US ‘civil war’ affect Trump’s impeachment?

The impeachment inquiry launched by the House of Representatives against U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to conclude this week.The Democrat-majority Judiciary Committee voted on and accepted two articles of impeachment against trump for “abus... more

Trump and Netanyahu's fates are entwined

U.S. President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu share a common fate. The House of Representatives, controlled by Democrats, launched an inquiry into Trump’s impeachment. In Israel, Netanyahu was charged on three counts. Neta... more

Netanyahu's woes spell big trouble for Trump

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's party was victorious in the April elections, but the seats he won in parliament was not enough to form a government. Since the government could not be formed, it was decided to renew the elections. In the e... more


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