21 Jan, 2022

The Dangers and Implications of a Probable Full US Withdrawal from Iraq

Zubir R Ahmed Nawzad Abdullah | 21 January 2022

Strategic dialogue between Iraq and the US (United States) came to the conclusion that coalition troops should be withdrawn on 31 December 2021, with the coalition’s mission becoming a purely advisory role
The Dangers and Implications of a Probable Full US Withdrawal from Iraq2022-01-21T14:23:22+03:00
8 Feb, 2021

What does Blinken’s confirmation hearing say about future U.S. policy in the Middle East?

Anna L. Jacobs | 08 February 2021

On January 19, the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing in which Biden’s Secretary of State nominee Antony Blinken was questioned about Biden’s foreign policy and national security priorities for more than [...]

What does Blinken’s confirmation hearing say about future U.S. policy in the Middle East?2021-02-16T11:28:33+03:00
30 Dec, 2020

Reflections on Obama’s Narration of America in the Middle East: No “Promised Land” for Arabs

Larbi Sadiki | 30 December 2020 | TR | AR

Narratives matter in politics, and the narratives of the powerful tend to reinforce their international supremacy. Barack Obama’s latest contribution to the American presidential memoir genre will likely carry significance beyond a truthhood-falsity barometer we have grown accustomed to use with the epithets, statements, and Tweets of the sitting President Donald Trump
Reflections on Obama’s Narration of America in the Middle East: No “Promised Land” for Arabs2020-12-31T15:32:56+03:00
26 Nov, 2020

Challenges of Biden’s Presidency: Repairing Faults in Domestic and Foreign Affairs

Basheer Nafi | 26 November 2020

The United States’ presidential election were held along with the House of Representative and Senate elections on November 3. However, the result was not clear until November 6, when it became evident that the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, won the American presidency. The next day, November 7, major American media sources announced that the election had been decided in Biden’s favor.
Challenges of Biden’s Presidency: Repairing Faults in Domestic and Foreign Affairs2020-12-09T15:28:25+03:00
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